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Dried Herb

October 01, 2015
These green hues were once referred to as army or olive green and mostly used in military inspired collections or chic safari attire. A new name and applied to all facets of fashion - 'dried herb' hues are a staple for Fall 2015. These earthy tones are neutral and should be paired with similarly warm colors. For a sophisticated look, substitute black and don chic attire in dried herb hues. Wear a sheer green top with tailored pants in a slightly darker shade, or layer dried herb greens atop dark blue and cream - dark blue denim flares, tan shoes, a cream-colored silk blouse and green cape - perfection! Feeling casual, go military-style in modern way by paring cargo pants and a sheer sweater. Natural colored fur (preferably faux) compliments warm green tones and transforms your look from casual to sophisticated and chic.

Pictured here: (available at NET-A-PORTER) Emilio Pucci braid-trimmed suede fedora, Barbajada fringed leather and cashmere wrap, Burberry nail polish in Khaki Green, (available at FARFETCH) Jocelyn Infinity Scarf, 3.1 Phillip Lim sleeveless knit top, 3.1 Phillip Lim gathered ankle trousers.
Print view|Tags: Dried Herb Hues, Fall 2015 Green Trend, Emilio Pucci braid-trimmed suede fedora, Barbajada cashmere wrap, Burberry Khaki Green nail polish, Jocelyn Infinity Scarf, 3.1 Phillip Lim knit top, 3.1 Phillip Lim trousers

Dried Herb

October 01, 2015
These green hues were once referred to as army or olive green and mostly used in military inspired collections or chic safari attire. A new name and applied to all facets of fashion - 'dried herb'...

Red Red Wine

August 27, 2015
Merlot, burgundy, grenache and bordeaux - let the rich colors of red wine inspire your fashion choices this upcoming season. Don't be afraid to wear shades of dark red from head-to-toe. Don a burgundy cable-knit sweater atop a grenache colored pant, or matching silk top and leather skirt in crimson-red. Emilio Pucci's velvet wide-leg pants in burgundy and Giamba's sleeveless fur tank inspire a perfect I'm chic, quirky and soft to the touch look! Pair red wine colors with cream, shades of gray and deep blue hues. Fur (faux too), velvet, wool, heavy lace.. dark red colors combined with textured fabrics are alluring, sophisticated and spot-on for fall.

Pictured here: (available at M'oda 'Operandi) Giamba sleeveless fur tank (available at NET-A-PORTER) Emilio Pucci velvet wide-leg pants, Gucci wool-felt hat, Lipstick Queen Bete Noir Lipstick, Common Projects Tournament leather sneakers, 3.1 Phillip Lim leather and wool-twill skirt.
Print view|Tags: Fall 2015 fashion trends, dark red Fall fashion, Moda Operandi, Giamba sleeveless fur tank, NET-A-PORTER, Emilio Pucci velvet wide-leg pants, Gucci wool-felt hat, Lipstick Queen Bete Noir Lipstick, Common Projects Tournament leather sneakers, 3.1 Phillip Lim leather and wool-twill skirt

Red Red Wine

August 27, 2015
Merlot, burgundy, grenache and bordeaux - let the rich colors of red wine inspire your fashion choices this upcoming season. Don't be afraid to wear shades of dark red from head-to-toe. Don a...

Milan Fashion Week: Stella Jean

February 26, 2015
This is "mismatch extremism". Prints, colors and offbeat silhouettes, old and new combined to showcase an eclectic montage of well..fun! This collection is amusing, vibrant, exotic and sentimental. I luv the long fur-lined vest with colorful tassels and I am definitely gonna start tucking all but one part of my shirt into my skirts and high waisted pants - it's those little details! Great show...I'm inspired!

Photos: Gianna Pucci / Indigitalimages.com
Print view|Tags: Milan Fashion Week Fall 2015, Stella Jean, Stella Jean Fashion Show Fall 2015, Italian Fashion 2015

Milan Fashion Week: Stella Jean

February 26, 2015
This is "mismatch extremism". Prints, colors and offbeat silhouettes, old and new combined to showcase an eclectic montage of well..fun! This collection is amusing, vibrant, exotic and sentimental. I...

Fashions Finest On-Line Shopping

October 12, 2014
I'm an avid on-line shopper! I make 85% of my fashion and cosmetics purchases on-line, rather than visiting malls or shopping street side stores. Shopping on-line is superior to in-store shopping mostly due to the vast selection and ability to search for items unavailable in your area. 

On-line apparel and accessory sites like Shopbop and NET-A-PORTER publish lookbooks that showcase items from various designers/labels together - it's like having a personal stylist. The photos provided for each item allow you to see how the garments fit and which items to pair it with. Clothes look better on a model than on a hanger.. I luv lookbooks! Magazines are also a great media for inspiration and list every item, so you can search the internet and purchase anything that is published. Harpers Bazaar magazine has launched an on-line shopping site that allows readers to browse and purchase many of the items in the magazine. My fashion inspiration often comes from magazines and lookbooks.

My morning ritual consists of coffee and browsing on-line shopping sites. First on my list is Shopbop. This site carries many of my favorite designers/labels and posts new items each day. Shopbop stylists have great taste and showcase different brands together well. There is a section under each item "wear it with" that allows you to recreate the outfit pictured. Shopbop also publishes great lookbooks daily. They currently have 862 brands (I counted), such as Alice + Olivia, Phillip Lim, Elizabeth and James, as well as premiere designer names like Saint Laurent and Marchesa. Shopbop has a vast selection to suit everyones personal style. Shopbop has free shipping and returns. Included in your package you will find a prepaid return label that ensures a free return if you send the item back within seven days of receiving it. This allows you enough time to try on your items and decide whether you will keep them. 

I recently discovered NET-A-PORTER and quickly became obsessed with browsing the new arrivals, the magazine's page, and the stylish combinations of apparel and accessories showcased listed under "how to wear it". Each item has photos from many angles, up close so you can see the material and full body shots. What sets NET-A-PORTER apart are the videos posted next to each item showcasing the look. NET-A-PORTER has brands I haven't seen on another on-line shopping site, like Kate Moss for Topshop, and high brands such as Victoria Beckham, Stella McCartney and Proenza Schouler. If anything, this site will inspire you!

For premiere designer items my go-to on-line shopping site is Shop Bazaar. If I had to sum up this site in one word - trendy! There are currently 330 brands including Burberry Prorsum, Dolce & Gabbana, Emilio Pucci, The Row... It's designer apparel and accessories heaven! There is a "In the Magazine" page featuring items from the latest edition, as well as a "Trends" page for current fashion inspiration. 
Print view|Tags: on-line shopping, best shopping sites, Shopbop, net-a-porter, Shop Bazaar

Fashions Finest On-Line Shopping

October 12, 2014
I'm an avid on-line shopper! I make 85% of my fashion and cosmetics purchases on-line, rather than visiting malls or shopping street side stores. Shopping on-line is superior to in-store shopping...

Miami Fashion Week 2014

May 22, 2014
Miami Fashion Week with my girlfriends!
Print view|Tags: Miami Fashion Week 2014, Rhiannda Smelser, Dariana Pupo, Kimberley McLaughlin, Pucci, Jil Sander, Burberry Prorsum, Jimmy Choo

Miami Fashion Week 2014

May 22, 2014
Miami Fashion Week with my
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