Why we love it: Fall’s take on a softer palette of blush pink, Pantone’s Cashmere Rose is an unexpected neutral, but provides more impact than the typical nude or beige. What to wear it with: Pair the color with variations of grey (Stormy Weather), … Continue reading →
Ernesto Coat: Urbane Boutique Faux Leather Jacket: Calvin Klein Stila Necklace: Urbane Boutique Shoes: Dune London Bag: Louis Vuitton Leg Wear: Target Location: The Brooklyn Museum:: #KillerHeels Exhibit
For a designer that produced his first collection in 2011, you would think that Liam Fahy needs room for improvement and growth. Not at all the case. A product of the De Montford University in England, Fahy has studied under the likes of Rupert Sanderson, and has … Continue reading →
True enough we are just embarking on the brink of summer and embracing gorgeous laser – cut leather peplum blouses and neon brights, but its never too early to start preparing for the next season (mentally, at least). The forecast: … Continue reading →
These are three of my favorite purchases from the trek overseas. All three are functional and stylish, yet have a sense of easygoing-ness about them.
Dune Leopard Flat: Functional & Funky [55 British pounds]
This was probably one of my favorite items from Top Shop in London. I use leopards and other prints as neutrals these days, and this flat pairs perfectly with skinny ankle length jeans or shorts with tights. Extremely versatile.
Zara Military-Style Coat: A timeless wardrobe staple with contoured tailoring [Zara, 119 euros]
This military-inspired coat is offered in a deep navy and a dark gray tweed. The fit is impeccable and the length is perfect. It layers over a pencil skirt, allowing the hem of the skirt to peak from underneath. The coat effortlessly dresses up denim, a sleek tee and heels for a “I didn’t try, but I feel delectable” look.
Peplum Skirt from Zara: Embrace the season’s trend that goes from work to the evening ballet [29.95 euros]
If you take advantage of one trend this season, make it this one: the peplum skirt or dress. I picked this one up in Paris and you can find them everywhere, at all price points. The trick: get a material that is heavier than a jersey knit; the skirt shouldn’t be too thin. The magic is in the silhouette of the slim skirt, and voluminous tiering from the waist.