Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
I've been cheating on my blog. whew! I said it.....my new love is Tumblr..I think I love it a bit too much. But I'm not going to neglect this little blog any more. I'm not sure that anyone really reads it anyways:) but just in case, I've been super busy so I haven't had time to update.
Anyways, back to some trends....I know its far away, but the industry never sleeps, so for Spring 2011 I'm seeing the 50's trend being taken further from this fall, plus some 70's bohemian coming back, and my favorite, 60's mod dresses and lots of lace and retro designs!
I might pull these out before their proper time.....
Thursday, September 16, 2010
I just don't think it's necessary for her to be so beautiful. I think that's something we can all agree on. It just doesn't need to happen, that's all. The only thing I would have changed about the outfit is the purse. It seems distracting to me. I would have chosen a sleeker clutch. But what the heck, she could be wearing a fanny pack (which are coming back, I know, I know..Take it up with Ms. Furstenburg herself and let me know how that goes for you...) and still look stunning. Sheesh...
Friday, August 27, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
I love rings. I can say that some of my favorite pieces of jewelry are my rings. (Although I seem to lose them the most!) They are so easy to throw on, not fussy, and update a look in seconds. It's really easy to over do the cocktail ring accessory though (because they're so fun!). Try to stay in the 1-2 ring range otherwise it's just too much.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
One of my favorite things to do is mix in a bright pop of color with a usually dark fall/winter outfit. The problem we face with accessories and shoes is that we don't want to take away from the outfit (that is, unless the outfit is a total and complete disaster in which this would just make it ten times worse...let's not let that happen shall we?), but since the clutch is usually smaller, a pop of color would not take away from the look, but complete it as a whole. In any case, we want our looks to be surprising (in a good way!) and this is the perfect way to highlight a dark toned fall/winter outfit.