When it comes to certain trends, you definitely need to have some guts to try them out (and even more to pull them off). I consider things like a full-on pajama-like outfit, a bright monochromatic suit, and a completely sheer top to be in this category. If you’re looking for an easy trend, go black and white. If you’re looking for something a little more…ballsy…then just wear a bra. Seriously.
Images via Carolines Mode, WhoWhatWear, Tommy Ton
After 7 straight days of shows, presentations, meetings and parties (which happen to be all over NYC), I’m more than ready to sit still for a few minutes (preferably without shoes on) and get back to my real life in Chicago. Not like I didn’t have fun (because the bags under my eyes prove that I did) but there’s only so much a girl can take…but because I’m not fashion WEAK, it’s all worth it in the end.
If you have watched any TV, gotten on the Internet or spoken to anyone in the last week or so I’m sure you know how hard hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. The extent of my current events knowledge rarely surpasses E! News but even I have been tuning into CNN and other news channels every day since.
Ever since Full House I have been a huge Olsen fan (and I owned just about every single one of their videos…on VHS). To look back at where they were and what they’re doing now just blows me away. Not many people know how to make a $34,000 backpack and design wearable, affordable clothes at the same time. That’s why I consider Mary-Kate and Ashley the design geniuses of our generation. And it was an honor to attend the Elizabeth and James presentation Wednesday afternoon.
So instead of me reminiscing about the 90s and how much I love the Olsens, let’s talk about Elizabeth and James Spring 2013.