The couple that slays together stays together!
Here are some hot duos with top notch street style I found on Pinterest… they definitely deserve props for their combined fashion styles!
Happy Holidays Dolls!
Summer is winding down and it’s time to start shopping for Fall. On the Fall 2016 Redy-to-Wear runways months ago we saw several runway trends which are soon to fill the racks of retailers, ready for you to take home and incorporate into your wardrobe. One key piece that shows up year after year is the leather biker jacket. I’ve blogged about this classic trend maker in the past and am sure it will come around again and again.
I love how this tough girl jacket can be combined with an uber feminine dress or skirt to create a fluid fashion ensemble that leaves a lasting impression. The biker jacket, wether leather or cotton or nylon, is definitely a staple for any fashion savvy gal’s closet.
Throughout my long and spirited love affair with fashion there have always been two criteria by which I determine whether or not my relationship with any particular item will last; comfort and ‘wow factor’. Enter this silk jumper and these amazing blue heels…
With my impending high school reunion on the horizon, I knew I needed to seek professional help for my fashion fix. But where could I go? Who could I trust? I mean, I was in deep! I needed everything… head to toe, the full treatment! The choice was obvious… Rehab!
I chose a Karina Grimaldi single-shoulder black silk jumpsuit. Simple and sophisticated. I kept the accessories to a minimum, adding a vintage gold chain belt, statement ring and drop earrings to keep the look polished and classic. The Guess patent leather strappy sandals with gold rings were a perfect compliment to the ensemble, and are from my closet. My favorite bag lately, the black reptile embossed leather clutch, was a gift from the FWTB Blogger Brilliance Conference last month.
Rehab Exchange is a designer resale boutique with 2 locations, South Tampa and downtown St. Pete. Go there. Get help for your fashion addiction. Tell them Runway Translator sent you!
…for dinner with a girlfriend:
London Times dress from Marshalls
Orange beaded gold necklace from Deborah Kent’s (long, but wrapped)
Black crochet & leather belt borrowed from another dress
Tried and true gold braided leather sandals from Bandolino
…for a lunch meeting with a fellow volunteer:
Tribal silk top and cotton skirt from Banana Republic
Military belt from Salvation Army
Necklace by local jewelry designer Pour Toi
Bronze cork wedges by Mia