Kicking off London Fashion Week, J. JS Lee Creative Director, Jackie Lee, gives Preppy staples such as Plaid and Houndstooth a more of a slouch. As the bell bottoms and more baggy silhouettes become the Chicest style for the season. Lee gives the pieces a comfy, yet functional and Chic feel. Making each piece, (whether it’s a solid cream dress, or a wool plaid trench), ready-to-wear for a day at the office, going out on a Friday night, or for a casual weekend getaway.
As today marked Day 1 of 2 of handing out my Christmas Cards at school, I decided to dress for the spirit!!!!!! Handing out candy canes to everyone in my First period French class, I decided to wear my Rouge, … Continue reading →
Today, my good friend G told me that if I had a white wig on that I’d look just like Mrs. Claus, and I couldn’t agree more! As I take on a younger, more modern version of Santa’s wife. Wearing … Continue reading →
“All hail purple!!!!!!!!” the theme for my outfit today, which consisted of pretty much anything purple or shiny. Starting off with the skirt, I went with my purple and pink plaid skirt with a slit, which my maternal Grandmother Judi … Continue reading →
A blue tweed trench with leather at the zipper. A military inspired olive colored jacket, buttoned around the neck. And a pleated skirt paired with an edgy suede jacket. As Pre-Fall 2014 Fashion Week is getting closer and closer to it’s peak each day, Belstaff has officially left me all obsessed with their latest collection. While some of my favorite Classic wardrobe staples, like the pleated skirt, the Equestrian Boot, Tweed, and Plaid are featured throughout the collection. They’re paired with pieces such as a leather separates, or cut in a way that it has a more Masculine or edge to it. Each paired black leather wedges or Equestrian boots. For a Chic grunge feel. Which in my opinion, feels so right now when it comes to Streetstyle. Now I can’t wait to see which Supermodel will be first to sport a piece from this collection on the streets of New York, London, Milan, or Paris.