Tod’s got a great new outlook, and a great new bag out to prove it. It’s pieces like this that make me think Alessandra Facchinetti’s transition into the house (after succeeding Derek Lam in February 2013) is complete. Like she has settled in and figured out what the longstanding Italian brand is really about.
My size varies depending on which type of shoe I’m wearing. Add the fact that my left foot is a bit smaller than my right, and you can imagine the fun I have shopping – and that’s just in the store! Online shopping is a whole other ball game. I refuse to miss out on all the gorgeous shoes I see perusing the sites, though…
Is there anything more adorable (besides my boy, of course) than Tod’s mini and micro D-Cube bags? Readers have been requesting them in every color since I first posted a photo of my periwinkle blue version, and it seems that Katie Holmes is equally enamored!
Is it just me or is Tod’s really turning up the heat? They’ve reinvented themselves right in time for the better part of the spring season, and I’m feeling their casual, low-key take on everyday elegance.
Welcome back! It’s so wonderful to see Tod’s on my radar again, thanks to this perfect summer tote. It’s nothing revolutionary, but the bag definitely has some majorly covetable details.
Whether you’re going totally casual or out for a luxurious evening, pale gray is color to be in right now – and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. The right shade of gray is always chic and exact. There is such a sense of polish and clarity in wearing steely gray, especially when you do it with utmost confidence. For the warmer months, you ought to consider it your ultimate neutral.
With the weather finally warming up just the tiniest bit, some us of may be getting back in touch with our sporty sides. Why not show that off in our wardrobes, too? Athletic stripes add a sense of sports club chic to bags from every price point, whether it be an already sleek clutch or an oversized tote.
Excuse me! When did Ferragamo get this good? Actually, forget good. It really doesn’t get much better than this, as far as I’m concerned.