Festive or not..here you go!
The fashion influencers say YES to this trend
A resurrected ’80s trend, stirrup pants are equal parts punchy and practical. We can honestly say that if you wear them with pointed heels, it gives you a leg lengthening effect. If your cause is to draw a little more attention, then wear them with the brightest colors.
The chenille cozy sweater
We still love velvet, but we can all agree it’s been going on for a while. Try switching things up a bit by opting for a solid throwback ’90s look. These soft pieces have returned in force and we feel cozy when we wear them. Sweaters, skirts, hats, gloves and scarves.
Trick or treat? Spooky or not…her you go!
Halloween inspo, it’s always fun to look back on how the rich and famous dressed up for one of the most festive and scary holidays of the year.
The new collection of the designer is chic and unique
Grey, blue, black and metallic details are been combined in the AW collection of 2018. Stelios Koudounaris is a telented designer from Cyprus, who managed to make a difference with his style. His clothes are stongly feminine, but have planty of androgynous details. We loved the layers of the collection, the voluminous touches and the interesting patterns and stripes.
The favorite designer for women who want to make a difference and own a flexible wardrobe.
Blake and Ryan did it again!
The impressive Hollywood material girl always makes a statement with her looks. Blake just appeared on Good Morning America in not one, but two seriously killer outfits, arriving at the show in a yellow top and trouser set by Brandon Maxwell and departing in a sequin-bedecked black and white gown by Oscar de la Renta. We just loved the sequin jersey top she wore while she was escorted by her hubby.
Just to inspire…we’ve selected some outfits for now
The power suit, the plaid blazer…the turtleck, the monochromatic look are some of the trends that you will fall for this October. Embrace the combination, long dress and your precious adidas pair.., say yes to layering and play with vibrant colors on your accessories.
Say yes to an Hermes scarve
Hermes’s printed silk scarves were first created in 1937. They all have the same form—a 90-by-90-cm square, or foulard, if you will—however there have been over 1500 designs by 100 designers, making them as much a collector’s piece of art as an accessory. You can wear it as a stylish choker, on your hair to add a Jackie O look, or even as a belt to your favorite pants or jeans and of course on your bag.