Dolce & Gabbana’s fall collection celebrates moms everywhere. Eleven moms took to the catwalk with their children in a touching nod to motherhood. The collection itself had different themes and interpretations on how to represent mothers. Elegant gowns had patterns of child-like drawings in bright colors. There were also black lace numbers with fox stoles for the hot mommas and there were the multiple floral frocks that was a little bit sweeter. Some models even wore crystal encrusted headphones on top of their heads as if wearing a crown. Here are my favorite looks from the fall show. <3
It’s sad to say that today is a warm day. With highs in the 30’s, it’s almost as though we can not wear a coat (yeah…right…)
But for the sake of the outfit I decided to brave the moderately cold to show off my look. I love a good red and black plaid shirt. Sometimes it can come off a big lumberjack-ish or you can style it to have a little bit more of a rocker/grunge vibe. By pairing the studded boots, gold crosses, and black plastic shades, I feel cool and casual….and a bit bad ass.
Even though frigid weather is still in our midst, I’m dreaming of warmer days to come. And what is more representative of spring than hues of pale pink? It’s elegant, feminine, and is, right now, all the rage.
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Tonight is the creme de la créme of red carpet style at the 2015 Oscars. A lot of actors and actresses brought their A game tonight, where we saw themes of red, white, and embellishment. Take a look at my top picks for best dressed!
Images courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar
Everyone who knows me knows that I am obsessed with all things Rachel Zoe. And obviously this includes her FW 2015 collection. With mod influence and simplistic color pallet, this collection exudes elegance, sophistication, and timelessness. I love the fur accents and subtle detailing like gold buttons and pearled sleeves, adding a bit of interest to each look. Here are my favorite pieces.
Who says politics and fashion cannot mix? Especially in the day and age we are living in, it is hard not to make a statement through art. Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier did just that at the fall Marc by Marc Jacobs show. With garments labeled “Suffragette,” “Solidarity,” and “Unite,” their message came across loud and clear. Check out my favorite looks!
We have been seeing a lot of 90’s influenced fashion recently, and Rag and Bone designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville don’t think this resurgence is going anywhere. With influence from 90’s hip hop groups TLC and Salt-N-Pepper, the designing duo used pops of color mixed with puffer coats to have that strong urban influence. Here are my favorite looks! <3