Since the clock has struck midnight on March 20th, fashion lovers everywhere will have rejoiced. Out with winter, in with spring! If you’re lucky and happen to live in a warmer part of the world, you’ve been enjoying your bright, lightweight clothes for some time now, but those of us living in the colder climes are happy to be “springing ahead.’ Continue Reading
A qualm that many women have with their wardrobes is that they don’t know how to dress for that “in between” weather. Even the most seasoned of stylists, shoppers, and fashionistas run into this problem from time to time. So when it comes to that time of year, when the weather is about as unpredictable as your hair cooperating in the morning, I remember these two things: layering and textures.
Hello all — it’s been a while! After taking in all of the season’s new trends and collections from NYFW, I’m back on the blog. Experiencing so many gorgeous colors, intricate designs, creative styles and interesting outfits in such a short span of time has got me on inspiration overload. I wanted to come back with a bang, (or a Wham!, rather) and I’ve come up with a look that you can easily recreate at home with clothes you already own. You find me in sequins, 6-inch platform heels, and exaggerated silhouettes on the regular, so this time around I’m going for luxe-loungewear.
Color and texture are two very easy things to take into consideration when dressing yourself each morning. “Which shoes complement this top?” “How many bangles is too many with this sequin skirt?” and “Which shade of red for my lipstick today?” are all things I find myself questioning often. However, some women get stuck when it comes to shape. Just because it’s a wrap dress, doesn’t mean that you’re done styling it. A tunic on the wrong body type can swallow a frame up. A skinny jean without a balancing act on top can create a top-heavy look. And if you forget a belt on even the most gorgeous outfit, it can easily fall flat. That’s why it’s so important to consider shape in every outfit you wear.