I have always loved a good polka dot print, so seeing all these great polka dot styles for fall makes me very happy. Some may perceive this classic print as being a tad juvenile but to me it is (and always has been) quirky, sweet and effortlessly French. I will never tire of a little Parisian style! I am loving all of these pieces and
It seems that every fall you can open a fashion magazine and read the proclamation somewhere that “leopard is back!”. Well personally I don’t think leopard ever really left. Every fall like clockwork I get a hankering for a little hit of this fun feline print. I love to incorporate little bits and pieces of it to my wardrobe and I think it’s really classic.
You’d have to be under a rock not to notice that suddenly Pendleton prints are everywhere. Long a staple of Northwest Coast theme stores, their graphic prints have suddenly become chic. They are fast racking up collaboration collections as well, but their most notable one by far is with uber-fashion-snob label Opening Ceremony. Fortunately, you don’t have to live anywhere near an actual Opening Ceremony
Like I said yesterday, watercolours are the perfect boho item for spring. And they come in a million options in clothing as well. My picks: 1 – Long white silk skirt by Jill Sander – $3075 Attn Tilda Swinton: please wear this somewhere. 2 – Strapless dress by Thomas Lee Designs on Etsy – $35 Simple and sweet 3 – Tibi dress available at Net A