Another day, another set of designers added to the NET-A-PORTER sale! Now pieces you’ve been eyeing all season from Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, and Thakoon are discounted up to 50% off. Which are you most excited for? Wait, don’t answer – just go ahead and shop the sale!
If you’re having a tough time getting up for work this morning, why not stay in bed for a few extra minutes and shop? Cyber Monday has officially kicked off with an additional 10% off all sale items on Luisa via Roma (with the promo code CJ10E). This is the time to load up on all the pieces you’ve been longing for this season.
And the butterflies and the spiders…I don’t know if it’s a certain creepy-crawly holiday coming up or Damien Hirst’s buggy Prada bags, but my mind’s been stuck on insect-inspired fashion lately, ranging from the pretty to the eight-legged variety and beyond.
Before we get too caught up with the Fall/Winter season’s tweeds, wools, knits, dark leathers, and heavy textures, let’s take a minute to appreciate the unconventional. There’s something to be said for the element of surprise (got to keep ‘em on their toes!), and nothing will catch onlookers off-guard like a bright, perky bag right about now.
Black and white continues to be on-trend, but that doesn’t mean you can get lazy and just throw on anything monochrome. Jack and Lazaro’s pointed toe pump comes from their Fall 2013 collection, which was defined by a lack of color and an abundance of sophistication. This is Proenza’s kind of sophistication, though – the kind the intrigues, even at its most ladylike.
Covering up for fall and winter tends to annoy the fashion crowd. Who wants to conceal a great outfit? The secret is to make your coat the main event, and with outerwear printed and paneled like this, you should have no trouble doing just that. Each coat strikes the balance between sophistication and daily wearability. Which one will you be cozying up in this season?
Sensing some déjà vu? You’re not wrong! If the runways at New York Fashion Week are any indication, last spring’s graphic black and white trend will be continuing on through next year, meaning that you can indulge in monochrome madness all fall and winter long. The combo proves that you need no color at all to make a bold statement – just contrast.