crop top dress vintage,Old bracelet from an antique shop and a collar necklace worn as a bracelet.Also wearing a new pair of Gucci wooden platforms
The heyday of strappy gladiators may be waning, but another shoe is stepping in to fill the void in downtown girls’ wardrobes: the ankle-cuff sandal. A streamlined yet no less edgy evolution of the gladiator, ankle-cuff sandals add a fashion-forward punctuation mark to summer’s floral dresses, pastoral linen, and casual cutoffs. Though defined by minimalist lines (see Diane von Furstenberg’s cutout version and Opening Ceremony’s slouchy silhouettes), some brands are prone to embellishment: Elizabeth and James plays with macramé, while Alexander Wang accents his cuffs with a curtain of fringe, and Balmain shoes are adorned with everything from studs to metal mesh. And come early fall, more covered-up versions (like this sandal-bootie hybrid) will help soften the transition from flip-flop weather to boot weather.
vintage necklace with F21 pearl necklace over Topshop lace bodysuit,Jcrew belt as bracelet. Banana Republic gold cuff,Forever 21 shorts,
Spirit military style jacket
Prima sling clogs at Topshop
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Top: Massimo Dutti
Jeans: Used Jeans
Pumps: Sergio Rossi (vintage
the dressing room
the perfect closet space , love it.
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Though I like to take the occasional fashion risk, I tend to play it safe with my sunglasses wardrobe (my collection of brown and black oversized pairs can attest to this). But now that it’s prime sunnies season, I’ve been seeing women on the street who don’t treat sunglasses as mere accessory, but as the focal point of their ensembles. Because I’m not the type to put anything lemon yellow or acid green on my face, I want to find a way to bring a little more color into my life while staying true to my personal style.
I’ve bookmarked this street-style pic from Elle as inspiration–the red Ray-Ban Wayfarers put a summery slant on a grey, white, and black ensemble. But I’m more likely to choose a more subtle shade, like a subdued blue pair by Oliver Peoples Eyewear (perfect with all my warm-weather white) or muted mauve Marc by Marc Jacobs sunglasses, which would provide the perfect finishing touch to a ’70s-inspired ensemble like a white blouse, dark-wash flare jeans, and wedges. (And give me a new, rose-colored view on the rest of my summer wardrobe.)
over size sunglasses , loving the look givin spark to the glam look, perfect for this sunnies season.