We all love a sale. But a sale on top of a sale? Now that’s even better!
Don’t get bogged down by all the red velvet and emerald sparkle that abounds this time of year. There’s no need to get dressed up like a Christmas tree for the season’s cocktail fetes! Instead, make a statement courtesy of eye-catching (not eye-assaulting) pieces with subtle yet strong details.
Calf hair is as luxe as any skin out there – and it’s the exotic you don’t have to feel guilty about (unless you’re an animal lover, that is). Tactile and touchable, soft but not too plush: I love the unique texture, especially as winter approaches and smooth leather and suede start to look commonplace.
When I think party, I think Luisa via Roma. The Florence-based site throws the best biannual party, so it’s only logical they carry the most amazing evening clutches (and everything else, for that matter) for the party season.
Most secrets are best kept, well…secret! Yet in the name of the season of giving, I’m going to share my secret for overhauling your wardrobe while still leaving enough in your wallet to get your loved ones’ the best holiday gifts. MATCHESFASHION.COM’s Style Steals!
Forget Barbies – this holiday season, the dolls in demand will be dressed in Lanvin! These rag dolls would make perfect gifts for the Lanvin collectors in your life. In fact, “rag doll” is not the right description. They’re dressed to the nines and made up for a night out on the town, yet the best place I can think for them to be is displayed in your loved one’s home.
Spring may seem far away, but we’re always shopping a season (or two) ahead and have already spotted a big trend to watch – winged accessories. While the butterfly is nothing new in fashion, its incarnations are getting more and more intricate from Bottega’s abstract patchwork or Sergio Rossi’s filigree heels. Which wings will you be flying with this spring?
Leopards and tigers and prints…oh my! My animalia obsession has just reached an all-time high. There was a time, not even too long ago, when animal print was considered downright outlandish and at times, tacky. Especially leopard (which I, for one, love). Blame sitcoms and their over-the-top stars, like Fran Drescher of The Nanny and Peggy Bundy of Married With Children!