And let’s face it–they aren’t the NEWEST trend. But how could we stop loving those bodacious designs? B couldn’t even leave these statement-making material at home during her trip to Taiwan. See B’s personal take on wild leopard prints in funky turquoise.
Honestly, who cares if prints are no longer à la mode? We feed on them as staples.
For a work girl vibe, an expertly done pattern-on-pattern or a feminine touch…
See the London Fashion Week Fall 2013 Ready-to-Wear Shows (Louise Gray show at this instant and Vivienne Westwood’s Red Label show on Feb 17)
It’s Chinese New Year!–and also time to ignite style envy in gatherings without frightening grandma or looking like a red packet. An alternative to good old red, gold and purple is PRINTS. The array of patterns lightens up the room and more importantly your mood. To maximise the effect, go for bold bright colors!
Remember, girls. Daddy said that we don’t need mini skirts and deep V tops to turn heads.
True. All you need is Prints.
Leopard print dress from Victoria Secret Online ShopWhite cardigan from vintage shop in LASilk scarf (The one I turned into a hairband) from thrift shop in NYCEmbellished scarf from Indian flea marketLeather boots from ECCOSkull bracelets from ALDO
Leather jacket from H&MPattern knit top borrowed from Dad (Yeah, can you believe her?!)Grey leggings with leather patch from Yahoo bidAss-kicking studded creepers from a boutique in Causeway Bay
Special thanks to Rachel who kindly shot my boho-inspired look while B was on her trip to Taiwan and B’s Dad who captured B’s gorgeous look.
Think tender waves, white convertible and dark gin bottles in the sand. You get summer.
Think clear sky, soft snow and inky branches. You get winter.
Forgive us for stealing the Estonian flag for our post; black, white and blue are just colors we can’t take our hands off. These simple colors are so classy that they can fit into almost anything and escalate the style by levels.
CÉLINE puts these hues together and gives us the new simple classic. Hats off to Phoebe Philo.