The black and white trend is still going strong and the “rule” no white after labor day has completely gone out of the window for many celebs and fashionistas. Sass & Bide “Much Adored” Peplum skirt does just that, break all of the rules.
Retailing at $390, this skirt is described as a fitted mini skirt with bell shaped petersham lattice cage that created a 3d dimensions.
One of the hottest shoe trends this fall are mesh booties. These booties add the right amount of coverage for a spring look in the fall, but the mesh gives it a little more character and more coverage for those chilly nights. I’ve seen quite a few pair that I actually like, but I’m not sold on any just yet. So check out these options below and let me know what you think!
I was looking through the Lucky Magazine September issue (I’m still waiting for my others, I think someone is “borrowing” them and not returning them if you know what I mean) Anyway, I saw an Old Navy add and their new Tuxedo Skinnies and instantly fell in love. So naturally I went looking for other brands with similar designs.
These pants are so versatile. They can go from day to night instantly with a change of accessories. I will definitely be adding a pair or two (or three) to my fall wardrobe lol so you know I say Rock It! What are your thoughts on this trend?
Who doesn’t love a great wedge? I know that I do because wedges are extremely comfortable. These mint green suede shoes are perfect for the summer. The color makes it feminine enough to wear flirty dresses and the studs and cutouts give it a little bit of edge.
Get your Jam Session on with this studded wedge. Triangular cut-outs and stud detailing set the Jam Session apart from your wedge collection. The 1 1/2 inch platform stands up to the 5 7/8 inch wedge heel. Back zipper allows for easy wear.
I have a love hate relationship with this style, whether it is a dress, skirt, or even top. This is not a look that everyone can wear so please read on to see which body types fit the drop waist look the best. I was on Essence.com and saw actress Octavia Spencer rocking a drop waist dress. Now I love me some Octavia Spencer but this dress was just all wrong for her body type.
Now the color looks great on her, but the proportions are all wrong. When it comes to fashion proportions are key. I mean that’s one of the main critiques that the designers get on Project Runway from the judges. If the portions are off you begin to highlight challenging areas or you create a look that disrupts the flow of your outfit. In this dress her legs look shorter than what they are and she looks boxy.
I wanted to purchase the drop waist dress from the Prabal Gurung for Target collection, but I didn’t because I just looked awkward lol.
Drop waist dresses work best on people that have shorter torsos and smaller hips. Women who are petite should avoid drop waist dresses because you will appear shorter. If you have a wide or round midsection avoid the drop waist dress because you will accentuate that area.
Marlo Hampton and Porsha Stewart
I think shorter hemlines work best with drop waist dresses and skirts. The longer hemlines seem to make people look frumpy.