Cat eye sunglasses have made there way back to 2018 and this time there here for good. The original 50s Cat Eye sunglasses style was thinner and angular, with a big swoop look on the temple meant to accentuate the cheekbones. The frames were produced for optical glasses until in 1961 when Audrey Hepburn wore a pair of cat’s eye sunglasses in the “Breakfast at Tiffany”. The sunglasses she wore were called the “Manhattan”. Nowadays, cat eye sunglasses are more rounded and better suited for many different face shapes. And the best part is that cat eye sunglasses can come in prescription as well! I decided to go for the all white cat eye sunglasses. The color was super easy to match with my all white vintage corset paired with with my oversize blazer. Definitely made the look very modern. My black Y-Project pants are super trendy, they show a little skin to spice things up. I was a little in decisive about my shoes but adding my black and white snake skin print mules worked out perfectly.
My first thought after i picked my outfit was, isn't it to hot to wear all black? But hey what the heck. Fashion is Fashion and Wardrobe has no rules. To jazz up an all-basic outfit, simply pile on the accouterments. The details on an outfit are very important. My "Off-White" long sleeve shirt complimented my all black bottoms, but they weren't just any pair of all black bottoms. They're Stirrups! Stirrup pants are back and they are officially trendy this year. We either think of it as something very outdated or plainly a fashion mistake. This year is bound for second chances and what used to be the 80’s favorite workout clothing is making a huge comeback this summer 2018. I love how black allows you to go a little over-the-top with your ensemble, my cheetah print mule pumps gave the ultimate accent. To keep your streetwear looking fresh and dated add your favorite cross-body bag and a dope fitted cap to top your look off.
Are sweatshirts and hoodies a thing now? They come in a number of styles, ranging from smart pullover jumpers to casual zip-up hoodies and everything in between. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that they can accommodate almost any occasion, from lounging on the sofa to effortless smart-casual outfits that are perfect for social outings. One of the more common uses of the classic sweatshirt is the casual look. Like pairing it with a turtleneck, a step up from it’s predecessor of lax sweatpants and cozy jumpers, the more socially ‘appropriate’ casual wear instead consists of chinos, jeans and trousers. Speaking of trousers, I decided to style mines with my 3 sided - stripe pants. It kept the look more casual yet stylish. Rather than wearing a pair of tight skinny jeans. My circle shades and fanny pack are the newest and latest trend, the fresh modern approach give them both such a classic look. Lastly, feel free to add sneakers or heels with your trousers.
Let's be French! Are you thinking about trying a beret this weekend? There are so many color options out there to choose from, and at a variety of price points. Pull your hair back, to keep it soft. It's already a statement piece so be sure to make the rest of your look classic. I really wanted to pair a waist belt with a solid all black knit body-con dress, something simple yet sophisticated. I was really particular with the length of my dress this time, but It aligned perfectly right above my mesh boots. I complimented my outfit with a all black pair of diamond earrings, cat women shades and a patent leather bag.
Whether you’re ready for the vinyl trend or not, it’s already here so you might as well give it a try. When it comes to wearing vinyl you simply need to pick and choose the right piece that best aligns with your style. Keep it casual by layering it with this season's must have coat, The Plaid Trench Coat! This coat is great for a few reasons. First, the menswear inspiration gives it that chic Tomboy vibe. Second, it has a retro look and feel that somehow translates so well to modern-day. Last, the plaid print is on point. There's so many different ways to wear this coat, I spiced it up with my olive green boot-pants. Talk about sexy and comfort all in one package.
Now we all know Valentine's Day is the day to get sexy and show those curves. Whether you're going out with your best friends or on a date with your boo, its pretty natural to dress up. But why not be different and be dope?! Now don't get me wrong, red is definitely that go to color for this particular holiday which is why I gravitated towards my red fringe and white button down collar shirt. Its appropriate for all ages. Fringes can look polished, chic, sporty. glam, edgy and will always have a bohemian touch to them. I always say the shoes set the tone for the whole look so I paired this top with my black patent platform kicks and all black high-waist disco pants. Since black was the next best thing, I also accesorized this look with my all black leather cap and trench coat. Oh, and lets not forget about adding that red bag!
The Pussy Bow Blouse gives you the opportunity to try out a whole range of fabrics. Perfect in rayon, chiffon and lightweight silks and crepes, she works amazingly in anything light and drapey. Pussy Bow's most definitely comes in long sleeve and short sleeves. To complete my look with my off-white and gold print top, a good jumpsuit was a definite closet must-have. Dressed up or down, this piece is always in style and so simple when you're crunched for time or looking to simplify your look. They come in so many colors and fun prints. My red floral wide leg jumper added finishing touches to my chestnut boots, which was also perfect for the winter.
I had the pleasure to attend Fashion Bomb Daily event this weekend held in ATL and while choosing a look it was so much fun. As soon as I saw this all black fringe leather skirt I immediately said "YES!" The flow of this asymmetrical skirt and how the fringes are placed gave this look so much drama. The black on black combination creates a very versatile skirt that can be worn in many different situations. It can be styled for office, date/brunch, and lounge/music festivals. I added this white and black ruffle off-shoulder top to keep things simple but yet detailed. Since the skirt is an eye-catcher already I wanted to keep the rest of the look very minimum so I accessorized with an all black pump and a mini-bag.
Blazer/t-shirt combo is kind of a perfect balance between formals and casuals. When you want to dress up just a little bit, put on a nice blazer with your t-shirt and you’re ready to rock any place you enter. However ladies, to rock this blazer/t-shirt combo, a great execution is the key. You have to wear the right kind of t-shirt with right kind of blazer. I decided to choose a hunter green suede and black tailored blazer with a slightly fitted crew neck tee. The words on the t-shirt was really key essential. It took me a while to figure out just what bottoms to wear with this style, but I realized that a simple blazer and white tee could make this look work perfectly with a poppy pair of sequin joggers. The jogger is basically an acceptable way to wear comfortable pants all the time. Add a solid pair of pumps and your good to go.
There’s not much better than cozying up in a big ol’ pair of sweatpants and settling in for a lazy night at home. But you don’t have to stay home to stay comfy! Sweat pants are the new jeans now and believe it or not I wasn’t headed to the gym. Somewhere between maxi season and winter weather sweat pants became a socially acceptable alternative for skinny jeans. When you pair it with the right pieces it becomes a stylish look.
There’s so many ways, and my adidas track suit was my first choice. The bright hues in my joggers set the bar and gave it so many pop of colors. My windbreaker matches perfectly with my grey trench shawl. I’m all about taking pieces that even look like pajamas to a stylish new level. To top it all off my human race adidas sneakers were the highlight of the look.
We may not be going back to school, but our wardrobes certainly are. Blazers were paired with everything from step-hem jeans to bohemian floral dresses at New York Fashion Week, and I'll be wearing them through fall and winter, too. The traditionally preppy piece has been re-imagined and, trust us with this particular blazer you’ll want in. This off white blazer covered in delicate pearls made my birthday night a night to remember. Tailored perfectly to my waistline with the perfect length it definitely gave me a sexy but yet sophisticated look. The matching off white pants really added that razor sharp touch to a whole new level. Following my pointy toe sequin pumps to add those last finishing touches.
Jumpers are a pain for us girls to use the bathroom but I swear they are so comfy and cute – it makes up for it! What I love about this trend is that although at first sight it might seem very niche like, it’s pretty versatile. In my opinion, jumpers are great for music festivals, others for the beach, others for going out in the evening, others for casual weekends. With me, I decided to wear mines to a Sunday brunch and with white being my favorite color I couldn't go wrong. This one shoulder wide leg jumper paired perfectly with my black and white pointy toe pumps. I suggest every girl should have one in her possession.
From skinny knife pleats to wide paneled pleats, accordion folds are no longer just for preppy school girl skirts. As you can see, pleats are becoming one of my favorite closet trends and this city chic look can be yours to. Teamed with midi and maxi as well as mini hemlines and unexpected textures like leather. You can style it with baseball jackets and slouchy sweaters and tees over blazers and oxfords, I'm telling you pleated skirts no longer just scream preppy. This forest green pleated skirt looked soooo chic hanging on the rack, I just had to purchase it. I can honestly say I had a really hard time finding a blouse. I tried on countless tops four hours and finally found the perfect one. I was really looking for the perfect fit so that I was able to tuck it in and show the seam-line of my skirt. This plum puffy shouldered turtle neck definitely brought my vision to life.
Normally the two colors that compliment me best are orange and red but for some reason I was feeling blue... and I mean literally blue. There's no better way than to express yourself through clothes. Now this light grey sweatshirt with blue, black and white fur on the sleeves was not attractive to any of my friends at all but I just had a feeling that I could take it and make it impeccable. With fall approaching I decided to stay warm by pairing my sweater with some mid-rise contrasting jeans. Now to be completely honest, every since leggings became a thing I completely strayed away from jeans. But for some reason the light and dark denim tone placements in these were a ultimate statement piece. The accessories with this outfit definitely played a big role. The love for a short brim fedora hat with my New York frames made this look very casual but yet chic. But wait I didn't stop there, lets talk about my shoes ladies. Inspired by designer Vetements, my white booties are this seasons new trend. I was worried that white boots would skew too costume-y, but when paired with my usual bottoms and sweatshirt, the look was unexpected, but effortless.
September 14, 2017 was the first day of London Fashion Week and to contribute, I decided to make sure my wardrobe was an ultimate essential while attending New York Fashion Week. The a semi-annual series of events when international fashion collections are shown to buyers, the press and like myself, fashion stylists, you have to make sure that your first appearance is everything. Of course, there is no precise definition of "London style," as what is so celebrated about fashion in that city is that anything goes—there is no set uniform. However, my kangaroo hat and frame-less glasses definitely were self explanatory. I actually added the leather shorts last because I just didn't know what was going to compliment my plaid trench coat. While adding finishing touches my cherry red boots was the statement piece to bring this outfit to life. The key to this entire look was creativity and versatility.
Oh, hello September!!! This is best time to welcome every fashionista to show off her best fall combos. With the wind blowing and transitioning from taxi to taxi in New York City, its a must that every piece flows effortlessly. What a better way to start off extra big and oversize. With mustard being such a poppy autumn essential and because stripes are fun and classic, don’t be shy about pairing. My trench coat aligned perfectly with my asymmetric stripe shirt but I didn't stop there. Pairing my forest green metallic ankle split trousers brought more obsession to my outfit than I thought. They also went perfect with my floral booties. What a way to mix patterns!!!
Mixing and Matching can be a bit risky but yet super fun. Floral prints are the ultimate trend for the 2017 summer season and I absolutely love my white oversize button-down with embroidered floral prints around the shoulders. My pearl earrings brightens out my crisp white top even more. While pairing my color block mini skirt with vibrant colors, it separated the multi-color statement. Kick off the outfit with a caramel quilted hand bag and bronze ruffled sandals.
Fringe trend has been making a HUGE comeback since 2014 for both fall and spring seasons. In fact fringe is taking it back to those ’80s, so just when you thought it couldn’t get any better. BAM! It did! It’s glamorous, sultry and quite sexy, and a very modern silhouette look. This olive top is already unique so I really didn't have to do much to make it pop. The placement of the tassels are perfect and I I love how the hang pass the hip line. Since my top was a dark shade I deiced to wear a light tone trousers, but not just any grey trouser. The side stripe pants are at the top of the trend report and has turned athleisure wear into in street wear slacks. You can embrace yours with a nice cap-toe bootie or a pair of dope platform kicks.
I thought of going a bit in time with today’s post, when the fabulous Diane Von Furstenberg invented the iconic wrap dress that was a symbol of femininity, women’s freedom, a staple, and so much more than just a dress. It’s easy to get into, and easier to get out of. While floral is still trending, why not take advantage. This tan wrap dress, with bell sleeves includes a vine of red roses with a chic high split. From jerseys to silk, to long sleeves or no sleeves, from mini to maxi lengths, from wild prints to clean designs – there are infinite styles, and even more infinite ways of wearing a wrap dress.
Did someone say girls night and cocktail drinks?! What better way to make a girl boss statement than with a killer blazer dress this summer season. Everyone knows when in doubt you wear red, especially for that after five attire. Always go for slim and fit, it gives off that tailored look. While adding finishing touches, I layered my blazer dress with a all black leather fringe belt. Super edgy, right?! During the night, I suggest wearing my all black on-the-go mini bag and your most comfortable all black pumps. Now slay and enjoy those drinks!!!