I wanted to highlight some of my favorite punky accessory looks on Sienna Miller, Cara Delevingne, and Ginnifer Goodwin all wearing Genevieve Jones jewelry at Costume Institute Gala for the ‘PUNK: Chaos to Couture’ exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. What did you think of this years MET Ball? Did it make you grab your studs?
Sienna Miller wears Genevieve Jones’ Teague Ear Cuff in 18K White Gold with Diamond Pave.
Cara Delevingne doubles up with two of the Genevieve Jones Jan Ear Cuff in White Gold with diamond pave detailing.
Ginnifer Goodwin wears a singular Genevieve Jones Classic Safety Pin Earring in yellow gold with black diamonds.
Photos by Kevin Mazur/WireImage
A good way to refresh your wardrobe without buying anything new is wearing old things in new ways. Its easy, just wear a piece you would normally wear at night during the day. Mix it with more relaxed elements to keep you from looking like you are waaaay to early for a party. Who said sequins are only meant to be worn when the sun is down? (Fashion) rules are made to be broken, right?
Denim has this magical way of bringing any look down to earth. Last summer I cut the sleeves off my favorite denim jacket to make a vest (woops!), so I am so happy I found this lil distressed one at H&M yesterday. I predict I will be getting a lot of wear out of it this season.
PS. I was asked to take part in this great project with Vanity Fair, you can check out and join in on “The Best Dressed Challenge” fun by clicking this link. My pics were just added so hit the heart on any looks that you like. The winner will be featured in the September Issue!
Photos by Sara
Happy May Day everyone! Spring is here in full force and of course that means… FLORALS! (Yes, florals for spring. Groundbreaking) I always have and always will love all kinds of floral prints. Today I am getting some major inspiration from my favorite blogger duo Dave & Erica. Erica is working a beautiful blue & green tropical print off set with crisp white and Dave is in a multicolor Topman button down, that I kinda want myself. I constantly get inspiration from both of them, true style is unisex!
If you dont already follow them, shame on you! They are incredible wardrobe stylists by day and not to mention the most amazing bloggers I have met in real life. I am lucky enough to call them friends now. Follow their BLOG/ TWITTER/ INSTAGRAM
Here’s a fun fact about me that I bet you wouldn’t have guessed, I used to be really into street art and would spend hours designing and making intricate stencils to spray paint. Since I was young I have always had my eye out for street art wherever I am in the world. There has been some really cool street art pieces popping up all over DC recently. I spotted this DOPE one just off U Street on the way to the Poshmark party with Jamie and Tammy (pics to come!). Our night out turned out be so fun and spontaneous, ending up in a dance off in a salsa club. Don’t you just love nights like that?
If you happen to read this months Washingtonian Magazine, you can spot me along with some of my lovely blogger friends from DC sporting some looks for spring. I share a page with the gorgeous E & Alina (we are clearly into the black and white graphic trend). Thanks to Kate Bennett and Washingtonian for such a fun day of shooting and playing dress up! The issue is in store now.
I think Lilibon might be telepathic… I have been on the biggest search for a new swimsuit for this summer, I’ve been looking for a cute one piece with a lil retro flair. I’ve been looking for about 2 weeks, with no luck. Then I got a sweet email from Lilibon, I rushed to check out their lookbook and instantly fell inlove with all the bikinis and swimsuits.
The suit I received from Lilibon is called “Rebecca” and I cant wait to wear it when the weather warms up, I will also be styling it as a bodysuit, with beachy high waisted white pants and gold accessories for a luxe nautical look. I see Christina from Trop Rouge is also rocking some Lilibon at Coachella!
Inspired by 1940’s pin-ups, Lilibon is redefining the idea of sexy swimwear. The feminine line is a go-to for ultrachic sun worshippers, and is also demurely seductive enough to pass as ready-to-wear underpinnings off the beach. “I have always loved lingerie, and I aim to bring the same sense of style and unashamed femininity to women’s resort-wear” explains designer and founder Emilie Bon.
* Emilie Bon is the designer and founder of the exciting new swimwear label Lilibon. She founded the label inspired by an idyllic childhood spent hunting for sand dollars on the beaches of Harbour Island in the Bahamas and a desire to invigorate and redefine the resort-wear market. Find out more here.
When National Geographic asked me if I wanted to share my thoughts and photos on the awesome decade that was the 1980′s in honor of their 3 night, 6 part special event, “The ‘80s: The Decade That Made Us” I jumped at the chance to dive into my vintage fashion archives and pull out my favorites to share. I was born right at the end of the ’80s but I consider it one of the most fun and adventurous decades in terms of fashion. Take a look at a few of the best 80s fashion advertisements in my opinion, keep an eye out of the original supermodels as well as trends that we see today. Hello peplum skirts, color blocking and oversized bows! What was your favorite trend that the 80s gave us? Leave a comment bellow.
Don’t forget to watch The ‘80s: The Decade That Made Us, a three-night event, premieres Sunday, April 14th at 8 PM ET/PT onNational Geographic Channel. You can ready about the show here.
All photos from The Fashion Spot