There is much to be said about going to work (or shower or bar-mitvah) in your two piece suiting. Even if you're in the fashion game, and pride yourself on creatively constructing outfits that are unexpected, and def not typical, a suit says, I got my act together / I have a real job / I can patiently wait for alterations on 4 different limbs to be taken up. But not all suits are created and crafted equally, and Phillip Lim showcases that colorfully here. This suit's élan begins with a peachy sorbet color, a hue only for a season of golden glow-y skin, and ends with a flare that crops right before the ankle. With a high rise, this cropped pant on it's own is the cornerstone to a great spring outfit effortlessly worn with loafers or effort-fully paired with another spring must, the mule or lace-up.Read More
The plant print of the season that makes it to the final round has got to be this House Of Holland topper, obviously, for their 3-D floral lace in neon orange. This light jacket is best for situations like weddings and thier showers, if you still want to wear a three piece yet still fit a festive theme like matrimony, or fiesta tex-mex, or even groovy garden party. Whatever spring soirre you have, this jacket can take you there, royally floraly.Read More
We know by now that wearing matching pieces A) is really easy. Think about that when you're packing your Coachella bag. B) makes us look taller and leaner, even in extra wide leg shorts. Therefor, when Elle Sasson, mastermind of print-artistry, offers one, gobble it up like a brownie a la mode.Read More
As this week is the kick off to longer days, warmer temps, and all things sprouting, plants of all varieties will implemented in prints and crochets. Paying homage can typically be proudly displayed on shirts, a la sports teams and neighborhood burger joints. But if that isn't 'rah-rah' enough, some pleated shorts will surely show your zeal, and catch a breeze too.Read More
Something I have learned over this course called ‘life’ is that, if a matching set is offered, buy the matching piece. Nothing makes an impact like a two-piece.
For a while it was suits. I don’t wear suits, that is, a matching jacket + pant, or so I would think until I’m pants-less trying to get out the door. Jackets as a component to a freestyle outfit are great, but sometimes you just need to put your pants on and go. Then there were croptop/high wasted skirt combos, side tables, and lamps, that I just should have bought in pairs. That’s why, when there is a shorty-short being offered with your graphic 60’s textured printed car coat, buy them.Read More