These clutches from Beegee Bags look like something my mom would have carried in the ’60s, and I don’t mean that in a bad way. If one of these was tucked away in her closet, I would steal it. [Beegee Bags] Keep reading »
I was reading this great little blog on Tumblr called Oh, One More Thing, and was inspired by the writer’s love of peacock feathers to do a slideshow of all peacock clothes, accessories, and gifts. There’s something very refined and stylish about the peacock, isn’t there? Check the ten picks, after the jump.
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Show some skin in style! These 10 vintage inspired suits will turn heads and flatter every woman’s figure, from boyish to curvy — check them out, after the jump! Keep reading »
Technically I am against the gladiator sandal trend. I think they look stupid on 90% of the population. But these high-heeled gladiators are something I can get behind because they’re not obnoxiously strappy, they give you some lift which counteracts the stumpy-leg affect of most strappy flats and they’re wedges, which means they are easy to walk in. Sold. [$89, NineWest.com] Keep reading »
What’s better than getting flowers? Getting Prada’s gorgeous floral high heels! From peep toes with flower rhinestone encrusted stilettos to bright pink petal heels, there are lots of styles to make you feel funky fresh or super sleek and sophisticated. While the pumps may cost a pretty penny, nothing says summer quite like a beautiful bouquet — especially if it’s on four-inch stiletto sandals! Keep reading »
A trip to the beach this weekend left me with some pretty nasty sunburns. Yes, I applied sunscreen. SPF 30, in fact. Apparently that wasn’t enough, and now I need to figure out what I can wear that won’t inflict more pain (and will distract my coworkers, who keep coming over to gawk at my crayon-red splotches). This blouse-y t-shirt from Old Navy will let my burns breathe while making me look slightly nautical. I did just come back from the seashore, after all. [Old Navy] Keep reading »
So I’m flipping through Lucky this morning, which is normally filled with clothes I totally can’t afford (seriously, a $700 shirt guys?), when I noticed a blurb about Quiksilver. You know, the surf clothing company? Apparently they’ve hired a new designer and she’s taking their women’s street wear line in a totally new, awesome direction. Check out the look above, plus a few others after the jump. Catherine, who is out of the office today, is totally going to go ape&%$# for that tie-neck dress. The line won’t start becoming available until mid-July, so mark your calendars. If that dress sells out though, we will know who to blame! [Quiksilver.com] Keep reading »