|NYFW: Purple Rain|
Are you guys loving the 80s inspired silhouette this season as much as I do? Because I simply can’t get enough! Case in point, this gorgeous Isabel Marant number I wore during New York Fashion Week. Edgy yet elegant, I love this particular one because of the color ( this shade of purple has always been a favorite for me ) but mainly because of the fit and cut! Cinched waist and exaggerated shoulder, oh and of course there is also that asymmetric hemline which tends to create beautiful movement with every step you take! Though obviously a perfect cocktail hour option, I actually love the way this dress takes on a whole new life when you dress it down. So good with the “Ugly White Sneaker”, love the way it wears with flat ankle boots and a midi coat or trench. Basically, this dress is not a one hit wonder, and of course you know how I feel about that! Isabel Marant Tizy Ruched Crepe Midi Dress (also love this and this one) | Dior Mini Saddle Bag | Madewell Tulle Moon Crew Socks | Valentino Velvet Bow Sandals in Black (also love these and these)
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Scandinavian pattern short dressChanel Vintage
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Chanel is one of today’s best known and most highly sought-after fashion brands, and has been one practically since it was founded by Coco (Gabrielle) Chanel in 1909. Her big break hit when she opened a small shop in Paris in 1910 where she sold her hats. Chanel was trendsetting before there were trends. Karl Lagerfeld joined in 1983 to revive it to its elite status, which he did with added glamour and sexiness. Today, Chanel stands out in just about every category—couture, ready-to-wear, accessories, jewelry, shoes, and fragrances. What began as a no-nonsense approach to fashion, designed to let women be comfortable while looking dignified, has been translated into classic, tailored style, especially in ready-to-wear. Beige red cashmere Scandinavian pattern short dress from Chanel Vintage.