We may want every new bag that hits the market, but the fact of the matter is that we couldn’t (or at least shouldn’t) actually buy every single one. It’s all about picking and choosing. While the occasional trendy piece is a justified indulgence, what you really want to invest in are the classics.
What goes around comes around, and if the latest crop of florals is any indication, Laura Ashley has come back around. When I first laid eyes on Prada’s Prada’s newest garden-party print, I wasn’t sold – and I’m still not – but since then, it’s become clear that hyper-feminine, seriously romantic floral prints are making a comeback.
I love green in all its many incarnations, from forest to moss to lime to mint, but it’s military that’s perhaps the most versatile of them all. On the tomboyish side of the spectrum, it eliminates the prissiness from any ensemble, but don’t think the army-inspired shade can’t feel fresh and alluring.
From demure blush tones to innocent garden hues to quintessential Barbie pinks to searing fuchsias and bold magentas to the perfect shade of lipstick pink: October is the best month to show off your best pinks, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Each fall designers present us with a huge new selection of boots to line our closets with – Chelsea style, knee-highs, stiletto booties in suede, calf hair, moto-quilting…Since it’s easy to go overboard with your credit card in hand, I’ve narrowed the list down from lusts to musts.
Ahhh, Wednesdays! AKA “Hump Day,” or as some like to call it, “WTF Day.” Instead, I prefer to sidetrack myself from the weekly grind (and the rut that comes with it) and think of Wednesday as my favorite day of the week to indulge in a new favorite bag.
My first Prada bag was a nylon backpack with gold chains. I wore that thing everywhere, even to class (a student needs a backpack, no?). I was so obsessed with these bags that they were one of the main topics of conversation with my girlfriends every day.