I’ve had a lot of bad luck with past winter coat purchases. There was the puffer coat that teared around the snaps, the wool pea coat with the lining that ripped for no apparent reason and the parka with the zipper that broke -effectively leaving me trapped inside.
We’re sad to see summer go but Fall is also one of our favorite seasons. Not only is the air crisp and cool but the colors of fall make us fall in love again every year (pun intended). Of course you can’t start a new season without some new pieces for your wardrobe. Find your Fall Fashion groove with our 2015 Must Haves!
When it comes to fashion, history always repeats itself..for better or for worse. Luckily we love most retro styles and lately we’ve really been into the retro 1970s vibe.
The 1970s was a time when women empowerment was gaining momentum and women’s fashion was all about embracing female independence. The 70s also generated such iconic styles as the wrap dress (Diane Von Furstenberg), the jersey halter (Roy Holston Frowick) and of course bell bottoms. All of which came to symbolize power and independence for an entire generation of women.
It feels like we’ve been seeing a lot of nods to the days of bell bottoms and platforms from the fashion industry lately.
Which brings us to…..
Fringe is great, but before we go crazy singing its praises let’s make one thing clear! IT CAN BE OVER DONE & IT SHOULD ONLY BE APPLIED IN SMALL DOSES.
Don’t go pulling on your fringe boots and suede fringe jacket with a side of fringe on your cross body bag. That would be more like a fringe fail! Harsh, we know, but now that the hard part is out-of-the-way lets talk about the different ways you can pull-off wearing fringe.