You can’t rationalize indulging in every trend that pops up, but considering lace-making has been around since ancient times, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get a lot of wear out of the style. And it doesn’t hurt that we saw it grace the Fall and Spring catwalks. So what’ll it be? Pumps? Booties? Flats? I’ll take them all! Lace up your shoes with these romantic picks…
Now I love a good shirt dress, especially this time of year. They are comfortable, versatile, and look great with flats or heels which is a plus when the weather starts to turn. However, there’s something about this particular dress that’s a bit too man-ish? I get that’s the idea of the look, but this one is a bit too bulky.
I may have survived fashion week, but my feet didn’t. I do like to complain about shoe discomfort. Like my husband has said again and again, “You are at the comfort stage of life.” Fine, I accept that. At least I know that about myself and can plan out my life accordingly, but Fashion Week is the exception. The heels had to come out, and I had to prepare to be in them for 14 hours a day.
Leather and chains might look good in the dungeon, or better yet, catching the wind on the back of a Harley (or a Ducati if Italian engines are more your speed)…But when Jimmy Choo gets in touch with their tough side, they’re even better.
Lenny Kravitz stepped out for the NYC premiere of his new film The Butler with two notable accessories – actress Cicely Tyson on his arm (he didn’t leave her side the whole carpet – so sweet) and a pair of killer Spring/Summer 2013 Louboutins.
There are times when I will dress in all black 24/7. Nothing makes a girl feel sexier than wearing it head-to-toe (lingerie included!). Liven yours up by pairing different textures together – high shine with rich suede and sheer chiffon. Who cares about color as long as there’s a little contrast?