If you're a die hard Mary-Kate & Ashley fan, like myself, you will love this article from Vogue's current issue. It is really interesting to hear about the design process and how they balance their crazy lives. They seem so level-headed too, making me like them even more!
I have been so inspired lately by the softness of lavender. I am most definitely using this color more often, it makes any room instantly more feminine. I think we could all use a touch of glamour in our everyday, don't you?
If there was ever a style that would be described as "Bad-ass Western/Victorian" this would be it! Talk about true grit, the brother duo of Dsquared introduced their Fall 2011 collection with this concept in mind. These two have always been over the top but I can't get over their original designs and for some reason, I feel like this trend will catch on (although, probably not to this extent.) My favorite look in the collection would have to be above. Anything with fur, a pop of color and a fabulous belt has my name all over it!
After deciding that I wanted to do a post on Sienna Miller, I almost couldn't stop editing and adding pictures. This girl really knows how to mix it up and inspire with her vintage/boho style. Although I have not been much of a fan of her work, I am completely obsessed with Sienna Miller's style. She literally makes the hippie chic trend all her own and I think she has been a big reason why it has become so popular in recent years. Sienna always looks comfortable and confident while being a free spirit and having fun with her style. She tends to emphasize her style with statement accessories and mixing her favorite pieces unconventionally. I am definitely going to take some pointers and try being a little more spontaneous with my own fashion sense. I mean, it's just clothes, right?
The maxi was center stage for Vogue Australia's April editorial featuring Anja Rubik. The shoot conveys the 70's style that is so trendy currently and I have to say, I love it! Anja nailed the 70's glam look and the styling is impeccable. I am really hoping Vogue Australia keeps this up!