There’s nothing that brings out an inner child in me like a pinafore dress and I love that sense of nostalgia. So, I just had to hop on this pinafore dress trend bandwagon. My particular favorite this season has been this khaki green version from Zara. It has patches all over that add a little bit of character to it. There’s a particular one that says: “No coffee, no workee,” which also happens to be a rule I live by. This dress is edgy, a little bit of military and definitely punk. It’s so much fun to wear.
Are you looking for a cute preppy outfit for fall? Look no further. Keep reading for some Gold Coast history and scrolling for some fashion inspo. I took advantage of this sunny Sunday to visit the Old Westbury Gardens. This breathtaking estate features an opulent Charles II-style mansion, beautifully landscaped gardens that stretch as far as the eye can see, a few ponds and a pool. It was built for John Shaffer Phipps’ fiancée Margarita to resemble her Battle Abbey house.
So, I wasn't one of the lucky ones to actually make it into the store for Balmain and H&M madness, but I did manage to snatch these beautiful earrings. They're kinda heavy, but still such a statement piece that I just couldn't resist. And sometimes all you really need is a good fashion accessory to build your outfit around.
Are you looking for a perfect "girls' night out look?" If you're running around and panicking about what you're going to wear for "Ladies' Night" which happens to be tonight or you're planning your outfit in advance - look no further! Why not try something bright and sparkly? (wink, wink) As we’re stepping deeper and deeper into November, the days are getting shorter and colder and you can feel that the sun will now rarely come out to play. The dark clouds are rolling in and the rain is a frequent, yet unwanted guest, while we’re trying not to let it get to us. And honestly, sometimes it’s really hard. Gloomy days equal gloomy minds, but it doesn’t have to be like that.
When in doubt, oversize it! I am a kind of person who doesn’t really like to stick to a certain style. I also don’t really have a favorite cut or color. My picks are quite impulsive and depend on if I’m really feeling it at the moment or not. So, every now and then, I like to switch it up and replace or mix the super tight garments with oversized.When going for the oversized look, the key is to always take balance and proportions into consideration. If I’m going for an oversized t-shirt dress look, I like to balance it out with skinny jeans or tights.
For this particular outfit, I took a walk in the park trying to find that perfect natural pop of color that will complement my dress. I currently happen to be obsessed with shirt dresses, because they are so effortless, yet so very chic. They can also go from day to night with a change of accessories and shoes and you can style them based on your aesthetic preference. I went with retro bohemian look. So, here's one of the many ways of how to wear a shirt dress in the fall...
Dressed head-to-toe in American Apparel, I couldn't have come up with a more suitable name for today's look than "New Americana." I do consider this "Made in America" manufacturer, a maker of classic & staple garments that can stand the test of time. I also believe that pleated skirts and turtlenecks are something that will never go out of style, as the pleated skirt trend re-emerges every season. Classic yet modern, Americana meets new.
I have decided to call today's look "The Time Traveler," because it was based on some classic pieces that I have stocked up over time. It is also a fact that in the world of fashion certain looks are just recycled over and over again. That's why I felt like it's the time my chiffon skirt and secretary blouse (or bow blouse) finally see the light of the day.
I am currently obsessed with the off-the-shoulder sweaters, because they provide comfort and also happen to be utterly feminine. Then there are these wisteria-printed pants that are unlike anything I've seen on the market to far. The print is absolutely gorgeous and it kind of reminds me of my childhood in one of the coastal towns of Montenegro.