Funky style with grace. These High Tops lend design and sophistication in an understated way.Â The black lace up detail on the high tops add an edge while the simplicity in colors and quality of the leather keep you on point.
DIOR HOMME – MULTI-LACE UP HIGH TOPS
Fannie Schieavoni Chainmail Steel @ Nina and Lola
Edgy, rocker, military influences, and embellishments. This collection is hot. The music and show were not anything to write home about but the collection speaks for itself.
An easy super cute vintage fit. You have to check out the vintage pieces on Ebay’s Thrifwares. Magical.
Vintage 80s strong shoulder
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Jennifer Behr accessories and head wraps.
I don’t care what the trends say next season or in three years – I will always love these head wraps and hippie chic headbands.
Images pulled from Jennifer Behr
We all know Mondays suck. Here is something to look forward to.
This isÂ a new feature I’m dedicating to all the guys out there who appreciate fashion just as much as I do. Sundays will be dedicated to the boyz.Â A stylish well clothed man can speak volumes to the ladies, without saying a word.
Fall 2010 Commune. Check it out – I like these guys. And I love their style.
Images via The Comune
Subdued, not over done and classy. Soft tones in creams, soft pinks and browns make for an easy vintage inspired look. Loving the nude shoes paired with creams and browns and big curly hair. “Chic, standout and vintage cool” These looks are beautiful!
TopÂ – Alice + Olivia, Alice + Olivia, Ports 1961Â Bottom – Ports 1961, Vena Cava, Alice + Olivia
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Vintage 70s inspired prints, I adore. They are subtle enough to not be overdone. Big wavy hair is and minimal makeup is a must.
Don’t know if I can wait! Slightly into it, slightly…
Cited from Style.com
Fall Trends RTW 2010
Looking ahead to this Fall, we’ve been seeing a few repeat trends but one that popped out of no where – turtlenecks!Â Who would have thought right?Â I have to admit, if done right, they are not half bad, and nice and cozy for those cold winter blues.Â They were shown mainly asÂ a layering piece, worn under dresses, vest, or outerwear jackets.
Erin Wasson x RCVA
All cited from Style.com