I was brainstorming for an upcoming event and pulled this old neon dress out of my closet. It feels new again, thanks to the colorful necklace and neon pink belt. Neon was having a moment a few years ago, but it's still going strong, at least in my closet! Would you wear neon?Dress: Old boutique c/oBelt: Forever 21, $3 (similar)Necklace: Mint Julep c/o, $38Purse: Sole Society, $30 (similar)Shoes: Jessica Simpson c/o Nordstrom, $59 (same)Approx. dates: Dress and belt are 3 years ago. Purse is 1
I reckon it's not a stretch to go all summer wearing all white or all black head to toe or in combination. T-shirt and mules: Zara. Try Tibi, Margiela or these mules if you hate your toes. Leather trousers: Isabel Marant x H&M. Blazer: Asos. Bag: Chanel. Try Rebecca Minkoff. Handcuff necklace: Jennifer Zeuner. Try Gorjana. Friends I talk to about what they want to wear this summer are feeling the same way; just wear monochrome for weeks. This earlier post in all
hello hello! second to last day at work here; i've been trying to insure they'll miss me by making some decent snacks. i tested out this muffin tin pie idea wednesday night with dinner (and packaged most of them up to send to my little sister) - so yesterday, i stepped it up a bit and made 2 different kinds of pie, apple and pumpkin, all in a muffin tin.i just used standard pie dough and regular fillings - for one-crust pies, like the pecan and pumpkin, one pie crust is about perfect for 12
(Sunday Somewhere x fashiontoast Paris sunglasses, Bones & Feathers Collective choker, Tuchuzy tank, Friend of Mine Vampire leather skirt, Aquazzura Sahara heels, Michael Verheyden tote) From what I can remember, I wore this outfit three days in a row. Around that. Except it slowly got diluted down to Birkenstocks, but what doesn’t these days? So I have these beautiful velvety foot wrappy sandals now, and though the instinct with latte toned suede is to go full on buttery pastels, I
Ladies and gentlemen, the next Brooklyn-bound Dior Ferry will arrive in 2 minutes. The next stop is Brooklyn Navy Yard. Please mind the gap between yourself and the models. I texted my friend Jane, Glamour Magazine’s new Fashion News Director at 2PM: “Let’s meet at 6:15PM, 35th street pier, if you can. I want to be there early.” We both decided to take the logo-emblazoned chartered ferry (complete with all-white seat covers and cocktails served) to Brooklyn Navy Yard, the
Hey Guys!My most recent (and most awesome) new gig is as a staff writer for Rookie, the incredible new site for teenage girls (and everyone, as far as I am concerned) that Tavi launched this month.My first thing up is a playlist for September which is personal for me- all these songs feel like (and represent in my memory) crushes, heartbreak, first love, last love, new love, new beginnings!I hope you love it!..go here! SOURCE: WHITE LIGHTNING - Read entire story here.
Inspiration: Rita Ora Instagram I am all about lace-up heels lately. I will take one in every single color, please and thank you! They were just the ticket for this look-for-less formula of floral shirt + pink skirt + pink lace-ups. Would you ever wear this style of shoe? Top: H&M, $25 (plus, similar, similar, similar)Skirt: Banana Republic, $15 (similar, similar)Shoes: JustFab c/o, $39Purse: Calvin Klein/Saks Off Fifth, $130
Since she just a girl, Pascale Mussard, the great-great-great granddaughter of Hermès founder Thierry Hermès, has been collecting scraps from the iconic house’s workshops on Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré (where she spent her childhood…how jealous are we?!). Then in 2011, after 33 years with the company, she was named co-artistic director, and with that, finally began to put her fine scraps to use with the birth of Petit h!Read the full post Hermès Petit H: Scrap It Up which appeared first on Snob