all black in the spring and summer months feels so chic
What was your Monday like?
Hey lil red!
A great great thing is happing: masculine vibes, varsity jacket and sweatshirt mix, paired with a feminine lacy skirt…perfection.
Stay warm this weekend!
Wintour. -don’t mess.
WEEHOO! Almost fall which means sweaters, layering, prints (gingham, cheetah, polk a dot) that make unexpected statements, knits, hats, boots, fur or faux fur, jackets- tons and tons of jackets! Fall: definitely my favorite season.
THE jacket can be hard to find. And ladies we are not just talking about any old jacket, we are discussing a jacket so powerful and chic that the most unexpected of admirers will compliment your outerwear. Not only will you receive affirmations on this article of clothing, but this particular closet must-have, whether you live in California or New York, can make an outfit that much better. These two photos I saw while flipping through the Aritzia (a canadian store that I love) Facebook page. Not only do these “models off duty” have great jackets on but there outfits underneath are perfect for the last days of August and the first day of September.
A little bit of pink? CHECK! Some texture? CHECK! Pattern? CHECK and CHECK!
Photo via JAKANDJIL.com
Simple and effortless…my definition of summer style.
In the spirit of the Olympics I found these four international looks which happen to be stellar examples of what to wear now and how to transition from summer to fall.
Photo via My “Inbox”
UH, YES PLEASE. This ensemble is exactly what I am thinking about on a daily basis. Observe: the versatility of each piece shown above from head to toe (ponytails are a must for summer just look to Vogue’s article on how to achieve the look).
Lately, I’ve been into the classic pieces, although have yet bought any; I’ll post a set of fall must-haves in a while. The shark bite top twists TStyle but follows the stripe trend to a desirable extent. And while the fashion industry has publicized prints as being timeless and essentials no matter the season, it is always okay to hide away a little pattern.