If our Aussie friends were trying to make us jealous of their warm weather- it worked! How cute is this page featuring our Yacht wedge from the Australian Canberra Weekly Magazine? Love the pops of yellow and hints of turquoise, the polka dot dress, the produce, and that coffee is looking pretty delicious right about now too! Is it summer yet?!
Are you headed someplace warm soon? Get yourself some spring 14 styles on sale!
I’ve always found it difficult to dress for Thanksgiving, never quite mastering the elusive combo of dressed up and casual. This year, however, my problem is solved! Roomy silky dress, cozy tights, and super comfy shoes will take me effortlessly from the dinner table to the couch (and back again for seconds).
Anyone lucky enough to get their hands on some of Alexander Wang’s collection for H&M last week? And by lucky, I mean willing to a)line up and sleep on the streets of NYC in the cold rain or b)pay double or triple the retail price on eBay (completely mooting the point of the lower priced line)? Yeah- me neither. Nonetheless, I always enjoy a bit of fantasy dressing, so here’s how I would style my favorite pieces were they to show up on my doorstep.
It doesn’t look especially exciting, until you notice those stripes are actually transparent mesh. Holy cow, I love it! Just a little peek-a-boo sexiness, while still being casual, comfortable, and roomy enough you don’t need to suck in your stomach all day. I’d throw this baby over black tights, adding our Marlene flat and some pop-of- color jewelry for a mod-esque look. How cute would this be for Thanksgiving dinner?! Answer: Very.
I know you’re out there, people who don’t care about Halloween and just want to buy new boots and look cute already. While I’m flabbergasted by your ambivalence to the Best. Day. Ever. I still want you to dress up. So may I present, three costume ideas that only require a new pair of boots** which, come on, you were going to buy anyway.
**technically new boots are not required- but so much more fun!