I. Love. Leather. All things leather. Leather jackets, pants, shorts, skirts….real or faux. I love leather accents and trims, accessories and shoes!
And what do I love just as much as I do leather? Skulls!!! That’s why this H&M leather jacket is perfect. It has all the functionality and edge of a traditional leather jackets with attitude. The statement making detail of course is the skull shaped studding on the back. My leggings are also a favorite of mine with a cool Aztec-y print down the seam. It’s much more fun than boring black!
Jacket: H&M Leggings: Urban Outfitters Scarf and Boots: Steve Madden
As much as we hate to face it, the long days of summer are far behind us which is more notably apparent by the sunset around 5. But the one thing I love most about this time of year is that you can never have too many layers.
My OOTD not only looks like fall but feels like it. Hope you like it!!
hat:unknown sweater: Halogen (Nordstrom) top: Free People (Nordstrom) jeans: Seven boots: Charlotte Russe
Ok…to be fair this is not my “outfit of the day.” It’s actually my “outfit of yesterday” but I loved it so much I had to share it!
The other day I bought this amazing 3.1 Philip Lim skirt at the Nordstrom Rack for less than $100 and I was super eager to wear it. Since the print on the skirt is subtle I thought it would be interesting to pair it with my leopard print blouse. I added my favorite Michael Kors booties and black tights and I had myself an outfit I was really proud to be in. I felt daring yet classic at the same time.
Top: Charlotte Russe Skirt: 3.1 Philip Lim Tights: DKNY Booties: Michael Kors
We don’t know if it’s because of shows like “Duck Dynasty” or what but camouflage is the pattern to sport this fall. From Michael Kors to Proenza Schouler, designers are getting their army on.
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Hedi Slimane’s spring collection for Saint Laurent really took a page from the past, the early 80′s to be exact. With electric colored dresses with geometric zig zag prints, zebra stripes, and graphic lips, Slimane made the old new again with mini hem lines and modern cuts. Besides the fun frocks, suiting played a major role in the collection, paying tribute to the namesake’s previous work and adding high wasted skinny pants to accompany the tailored jackets.
As always, the fashion seen at the spring 2014 Givenchy show was amazing with tribal inspired looks. However, one of the most memorable details to take away from the show was the sparkling masks on every few models who walked out. This definitely added a fierce edge to the collection. Here are some of our fav looks.
When you first think of lace, you think delicate, feminine, and perhaps dainty. But when used in Nina Ricci’s spring/summer collection, dainty was far from it. The pallet of the collection starts off mono-chromatically white and ventures into a pastel and silky floral print only to end in a sheer white lace that is both revealing and edgey. With asymmetrical zippers and hems, what would normally look as delicate looks moodern and new.