This Fall 2010 season is all about military inspired style. From structured dress with a military feel to the military inspired jackets that are flying off the racks, there are several different variations of the military trend that can work for all different types of women. Well, my favorite military inspired style is the military boot. They are structured and bit edgy without being too tough. You can easily pair these gorgeous Fendi Suede military boots with a pair of dark, fitted jeans or rock it with a feminine flowy dress for that a sophisticated contrast.
One of the biggest trends for Fall in the nail category is the leopard print nail! Crazy right? But when done right, it’s suprisingly sophisticated and fun. Check out this tutorial by beauty guru Julie G713.
The world of fashion is truly a fickle one. Every second there is a new trend, new designer, new it girl and new muse in the spotlight waiting for their fifteen fashionable minutes of fame. Fortunately, there are some trends that are here to stay and one of those growing trends is the influx of Asian designers in the American fashion marketplace. With American fashion being one that encompasses so many different viewpoints, I solidly welcome the various aesthetics and style created by the up and coming Asian designers of today!
Some of the industry’s best work is being produced by cutting edge, innovative designers who happen to be Asian and have garnered both critical and commercial success. Continue Reading
Not to be outdone by Chanel, Louis Vuitton has jumped on the temporary tattoo bandwagon that’s taking the haute couture world by storm. I love the idea of slapping on some temp tattoos which showcase your designer devotion. I think its a great way of blending street with chic and giving your style some sexy edge without committing to an actual tattoo.
Don’t hate if you see me out on South Beach with a LV tattoo on my wrist. I just might go there, I’m saying!