As evident by girl bosses and cool girls everywhere, power suits are no longer just for the boys of Wall Street. And though a certain form of these suits were made famous by women of the 1990s, the entire trend has gotten a fresh and forward revamp. Enter, the most luxe suits we’ve seen in decades, and a style I can’t get enough of.
Paris feels like a magical escape any time of year, but there’s nothing more special than the city of lights in fall. The historic cobblestone streets lined with changing colors and falling leaves, and the crisp air makes cozy cafes even more intimate. And let’s not forget the fashion factor. French girls have made every season in Paris look straight out Vogue, but fall is one of my favorite seasons for street style. The chicest layers consisting of trench coats, berets, cigarette pants, flats, and many more French finds.
Leaves are falling, the air is crisp, and even in Los Angeles, it’s feeling like fall. Though I hold a special place in my heart for summer – I’m a California girl, after all – there’s something truly refreshing about this time of year. And when it comes to fashion, no other season provokes such a fresh take on what we’re wearing…
Give one scroll through your Instagram feed to get a glimpse of this season’s cult print: plaid. And I, for one, am completely head-over-heels in love when wearing it. But before you pull out your boyfriend’s plaid flannel or a gingham dress, know that this year’s plaid has a look of its own.
Summer might usually own the hat circuit, but this season, fall is giving it a run for its money. From runway to street style to our own closets, we’re seeing everything from newsboy caps to flat rims topping off our outfits – literally! And being a huge fan of borrowing from the Parisians, you know I adore a beret.
If one thing is officially back from the 1990s style circuit, it’s sheer everything. From sheer midi skirts to, my personal favorite, sheer blouses – it’s all about hints of skin right now – even heading into fall and winter. And while sheer is an added playful element to any outfit, it can go wrong… View Article