Every woman, no matter what her size or height is, needs a maxi dress in her closet. Most, like this Braided Strap Maxi Dress, have an empire waist or a similar effect. So, if you’ve got a little tummy, it will disappear under the dress. Even if you’re short, there’s no reason not to wear one: The all-over color creates a continuous line from shoulders to ankles, which will make you look taller. Plus, the maxi dress perfectly transitions from spring to summer because it’s a great foundation for layering. Oh, and did we mention this one shows off your back, shoulders, and collarbone, so you’ll look sexy, too?
We’re used to Topshop for excellent Brit fashion and making the ’80s OK. Now we’re loving it more for an edgier side that’s surprisingly soft—like this asymmetrical linen “Waterfall” jacket that looks like it walked off the Yohji runway. So many options: wear under a blazer for a flourished layer look, keep on the back of your desk chair as an office cover-up once they start cranking the A/C, or pair with tailored shorts and heels for a smart biz-casual style. For the long-haired ladies, we’d love to see this paired with a high, tight bun.
We don’t know how Easter became associated with chocolate bunnies and colored eggs, but after one bite of these Vosges creations we really don’t care. Wrapped in silky ribbon bows, these high quality chocolate bunnies come in three fancy flavors. Try the buttery toffee flavor for a smooth milk chocolate taste, or the Barcelona concoction that includes notes of sea salt and smoked almonds. Or how about the orchid vanilla for a creamy blend of dark chocolate and Tahitian vanilla? For only 14 bucks, this is 2.5 ounces of pure bliss.
This groovy Beaded Cluster Necklace reminds us of some kind of Martha Stewart holiday decoration–in the best way possible. But this piece of artwork is way cooler and more functional since we actually get to wear it on our necks. Did we mention how affordable it is? Now that’s a good thing.
Betsey Johnson never fails to deliver when it comes to making super fun yet utterly feminine clothing. However, this particular skirt (part of her Opening Ceremony collection) not only cries out Betsey, but we think it’s perfect when trying to conceal any tummy bulge. You know, if we cared about that sort of thing.
We don’t know why but objects that are “O” shaped always seem to catch our attention. It can be interpreted as having something to do with the circular flow of life or, hell, it just plain reminds us of a doughnut. Either way, both theories feed our minds and bodies with energy and renewal, and we all know that’s a good thing. Anyway, this Ona glass vase also simply looks modern and chic as a centerpiece, and that’s good, too.