Jeffrey Campbell’s Foxy Platform Sandals
Like Beyonce’s character from Austin Powers’ Goldmember, this platform is a whole lotta shoe. Towering above the ground with a five and a half inch heel, and a two inch platform, this shoe takes sandals to a new height.
This shoe is the perfect 70’s style addition for any closet.
The Foxy Platform comes in a wide range of colors, textures (suede, sparkled,etc) and prices ($90-$145).
Where to buy yours:
Back to School Wardrobe
School is almost back in session which means we all could use a boost in our wardrobe to carry our looks from summer to fall. While the beginning of the year means awkwardly making your way into layers and heavy clothing from short shorts and tanks, these five tips from Bloomingdales’ Trend Forecaster, Stephanie Solomon, will help you ease into fall:
1) Care For Some Tea? (Lady-like Blouses):
2) Drop It Low (Longer Skirts):
3) Taste the Rainbow (Colored Jeans):
4) Be Real or Fake (Fur That Is):
5) Mad Hatter:
Photos were taken by Hanna at the Bloomingdales’ Fall Trends Fashion Show.
While spring hasn’t sprung yet (though the weather in Southern California has been delightful lately) , the trends that will be big for the upcoming season are here now.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
New Lengths (Maxi)
Pre-Fall Collections 2011
While some, Michael Kors **cough cough**, are worrying about the name “Pre-Fall”, all a designer should really be focusing on is what is going into their collection, that takes place before the fall/winter season.
And although he doesn’t necessarily like the word “Pre-Fall”, Michael Kors knows what that time of the year should look like.
Rag & Bone, the british duo who were featured on the CW’s Fashion Foward: Making It:
Oscar de la Renta, one of my favorite older gentlemen, went the colorful route:
Overall I love the collections for this season! If you want to check out all of them, that are up so far, for yourself, the link is here. Enjoy browsing!
If you are reading this, then you were probably born in the 1990s. If you weren’t born in the 90s, then you probably lived through the decade. Looking back on the 90s all I could remember was horrible, horrible fashion trends. It was the decade where there was no fashion sense what-so-ever. Or at least it felt that way. Now, with fall’s 90s inspired collections, I’m starting to see 1990’s fashion with a new light. I’m rediscovering the possibilities of “girly grunge” and the pure awesome-ness of Courtney Love. Here are some images that are inspiring me: