I’m all for andro jewellery styles, which makes ID tag chain necklace right up my alley. These four are my favourites – they range from Noir Jewelry’s sale piece (it’s 50% off), to mid ranges like LuvAj’s piece or into designers territory with Loren Stewart and Jean Paul Gaultier’s name ID piece.
I’m a big fan of pieces like this paired with basic button ups and plain dresses, to create a perfectly juxtaposed look. Layer these necklaces with beaded pieces for less of a hard style, or a rosary if you’re digging the religious icon vibe.
I perused through Solestruck’s famous Black Friday sale, and have this top 10 list, just in time for their 50% off day (Solestruck deals get higher as the weekend progresses). Here are the goods (surprise, they’re all black!)
The non boots are By Paige’s Flag loafers, Senso’s Daria booties, and Yes’s Tiger lace ups. If you’re more keen for boots, try Jeffrey Campbell’s Helen Spike, Ash’s Ralph combats, Yes dip dyed A.K., Vagabond’s Aurora 250 and Aurora, Marais USA’s Beatle Boot and Dr. Martens’ Mix, my personal favourite.
The sale makes numbers disappear fast, so log in and snap up what you want, before they’re all sold out!
After perusing quite a few online sale racks thanks to the capitalist phenom that is Black Friday, I stumbled across this gem, straight from the back of Miley Cyrus’ closet. These are a thing called garter leggings, because they have cut outs on your thigh, because fashion.
If you’re into looking highly ironic and also stupid, then check these out – they’re a steal at only 10 bucks (woohoo?)
Why? Because Photoshop.
I’m a listener of the Lana – the music is good and her voice sounds like attractive people having sex.
Then there’s the gangsta slash Nancy Sinatra steeze thing the record label is pimping – it’s cool, modern and looks fucking good, but don’t ever forget the amount of post production involved in this shit, because it’s vast.
This comparison isn’t to diss ‘lil Lizzie, but to remember that if you’re having a shit face and or hair day, not even Lana Del Rey’s face looks that sexy every day.
Print on print styling varies so much with the seasons, so this is definitely one post I’ll forever be re-doing. When it comes to styling prints for seasons, the trick is to select colors appropriate for your current season, and ensure the colors you’re using compliment each other, along with the prints you’re wearing together.
I love Matthew Williamson’s digital print jacquard trousers for their stripes and zipper pockets; they go so well with L.A.M.B.’s beetle booties, it’s almost silly. I’ve paired Suno’s printed sweatshirt, along with a grounding hat by Lucien Pellat Finet. Unif’s Gammaray backpack is the perfect standout accessory for an already busy outfit that still works with an outfit and not against it.
For the left look, I’ve built the look around Horace’s bleach print leggings and Kenzo’s printed sweatshirt. Charlotte Olympia’s Wild Cat loafers are definitely a stand out, but I lovethe cobalt blue and gold tones together too much to go for something that blends more than that. Finished off with Eugenia Kim’s leopard knit beanie, the leftmost outfit is definitely keeping up with the eclectic style of the right style.
Rhianna gets a new hair style every week, so there’s no wonder she’s run out of options and was forced to copy Yoladi Visser’s iconic zef mullet and blunt hipster fringe. Die hard fans (see what I did there?) may be a little sideways over the mainstream appropriation, but I figure it’s only a matter of time before nothing is even close to sacred.
This fall, it’s all about cobalt hued kicks, no matter what your style may be. From utilitarian boots like Rag & Bone’s Cozen boots to Manolo Blahnik’s suede skimmers, we have eight beautiful shoes that are sure to fit everyone’s fancies.
If you’re looking for more of a menswear edge like Rag & Bone’s style, check out Miista’s Zoe oxford, Shoe Cult’s leopard style with a cobalt sole or Dune’s svelte suede loafers. Charlotte Olympia’s Wild Cat loafers meet menswear with feminity, thanks to it’s striped block heel.
For ladies with edge, Topshop’s Anda triple buckle and Aba’s pointed toe boots are perfect for women who want to pump up any look from a business style, to day to day style.