Too hot for cling so pajama pants it is. If I can find a striped shirt for it, I’ll be set – pun intended. Camisole top mentioned in the Autumn Hit List post and Marc Fisher platforms. ps. How was your weekend? It was my birthday on Saturday which was spent relaxing with Michael and dinner that evening at a fave Italian spot with friends. . . . Camisole top: H&M (comes in cream too – runs small). Pants: Zara. Try Asos (love that colour) or River Island. Sandals: Marc
I love the concept of an almost floor sweeping gown/dress/kimono worn as a cardi. The above one is an old Zara find that can be worn both ways (or at least to me it can) so I wore it in said fashion. For those that grew up wearing cardigans like me, this is the ultimate comfort blanket summer-ized. Question: Topshop block heels or Chuck Taylors? Both are on display to show the difference but which is more you? Something strappy or tomboy casual? . . . Dress worn as summer cardi: Zara
Photos via: Vanessa JackmanSummer in the city calls for not only keeping cool, but looking cool as well. These street style shots show an all-black look that manages to do both with sleek sunglasses, a strappy open back crop top, a chain-strap bag, flirty midi skirt and slide sandals.Get the look:+ Clayton Nadja Crop Top+ Donna Mizani X Crop Top+ ABS Striped Mesh Midi Skirt+ Giulietta Striped Mesh Skirt+ UO Milo Leather Slide SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
Photos via: Lust For Life | Song Of Style | Fashion Me NowIt's July and summer is in full swing, for every location. It's hot, it's sweaty, it's almost illegal to wear pants at this point. But that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your style for the weather. These fashion bloggers found a way to dress their best even when its 97 degrees outside. Many of us are spending time by the beach (or at least dreaming of it while walking down the city streets) and wondering how to maximize style with
Remember the Mad Men post? I spied these shots in the pic vault that were taken before leaving the house that never got posted. I feel like it’s taboo or something to re-blog the same outfit but so what, love the mod sixties style too much not to. That Pucci like print is just ridiculous. I saw similar vibe dresses online like Asos shift dress or this sick Rachel Zoe dress (size up so it skims). Wear them later with black knit tights…! . . . Gladiator sandals: Mango or try one
Photos via: Hawt CelebsModel Emily Ratajkowski is the definition of LA cool in a slinky silk cream cami top tucked into her high-waisted vintage jeans. The brown suede bag, body chain and nude sandals masterfully come together to complete the casual chic look. What a beauty! Get the look:+ Tory Burch Square Sunglasses+ Ann Taylor Silk Cami+ Michael Kors Lena Hobo Bag+ Missguided Bleach High Rise Jean+ Steve Madden Stecy Sandal SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
Seventies style tan platforms found. These are the ones posted about a few days ago. They look exactly like Chloe but are not and are absolutely brilliant. They came just in time – today goes up to 89 degrees! Where To Get Them: Marc Fisher Adalyn suede platforms or get the Chloes if you still fancy a splurge. SOURCE: Where Did U Get That - Read entire story here.
Photos via: Collage VintageWe're totally obsessed with this. Obsessed. Aside from being totally on trend, this look is beyond easy. Why? Because you have an entire outfit in two pieces. It used to mean that wearing a "full look" meant you lacked imagination or didn't know what else to wear. Now, it oozes ease while remaining super chic and that means a lot these days. This blogger babe is the epitome of summer in her flirty two-piece set, paired with strappy sandals and a beach-trip-inspired
iPhone photo. Available: Gucci, Saks or Net-A-Porter in various colors. Unless you have been living under a rock, these mules have fast become the spring-before-spring-is-actually-here spring shoe. Despite their online popularity I am drawn to the whole lady like vibe. The heel is thick and the sexy arch is enough to imagine flip flopping around in them with denim or dresses. Plus I’m a shoe girl so could justify anything. Vince does a suede version that has a similar cut if you
Blouse: Isabel Marant Etoile (on sale). Similar doilys: Asos or Tularosa (in red). Skirt: Necessary Clothing. Shoes: Coach. Bag: Proenza Schouler. I see two pre-loved ones on Fashionphile. Shades: Ray-Ban Almost anything can be found for less than what it originally says on the tag if you wait long enough. I was just saying this recently to a friend. Case in point: The blouse was on sale and the PS11 was sitting at Ina consignment. Everything eventually one way or another gets
Jeans: Vintage Levis. Shirt: Forever 21. Shoes: Zara Seeing these shoes last week was like my bottom jaw dislocating and hitting the ground. “Corset feet” as I like to call them are everywhere. I blame Aquazzura. They single handily dressed the feet of so many on Instagram that you could literally count the days until every brand and their grandmother came out with their take on those flat pointy lace ups. Did anyone cave? I have a friend that did and swears by them. But
I dig cut out dresses from afar but never really get into them. The key hole back on this one felt more do-able being it’s behind Dress: Minkpink. Sandals: Kurt Geiger. Try Topshop? Bag: Mum’s! Panama (random). Shades: Ray-Ban. Wishbone necklace: Jennifer Zeuner (comes in silver) Plus it was found at Buffalo Exchange so for less than $20 it was worth trying. I saw this Free People cut out dress too that could probably work worn back to front although I kinda like it as
Dress: Zara (about 3 years old?). Sandals: Mango (on sale!). Bag: Madewell. Shades: Forever21. Necklace: My Mum’s This dress has come in well handy while away and it’s paid itself off since it’s out every summer. Outside of eBay I reckon places like Mango or Asos do good takes. Just size up for slouch and you’ll wear it every summer – especially when going away. I mentioned on Instagram that I extended my trip by another week to get some things sorted out while
Photos via: The General StoreNeed to get my hands on a pair of these black leather slide sandals with a cork sole from Beatrice Valenzuela. How perfect do they look with a pair of ripped jeans?Get the look:+ Treasure&Bond Destructed Boyfriend Jeans+ Beatrice Valenzuela Leather Sandalia (also here & here) SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
Dress: Vintage and DIY hacked to the knees. Try a Topshop version. Sandals: Mango. Bag: Gucci. Try Calvin Klein (on sale), Gigi NewYork (on sale) or Boticca. Shades: Ray-Ban Clubmaster You’re looking at a denim dress that was originally ankle length when I found it! I cut it two weeks later. I was asked a couple of times on Instagram about how I’m keeping these sandals laced up so that they don’t fall. To be honest, mine have fallen before but when I tie it tightly just