[Photos from Net-A-Porter - $325, available here]
Well another year has passed and I still haven’t attended an ugly Christmas sweater party (I’m starting to think I may have to host one myself). As I mentioned last year, I don’t think I’d play fair–there is some very pretty holiday knitwear out there that would look amazingly festive and not at all unflattering. I spotted this white and red one by LOT78 on Lauren Conrad a few weeks ago and loved the look. From the simple phrase to the candy-cane colors, you’d win most stylish if you wore it to any holiday-themed fête.
Happy last-minute shopping/baking/party-going! Hope your weekend is fun and fabulous! x
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[Photos from Gossip Center]
Oh Lauren Conrad, how I love your neutral-toned outfits and delicate jewelry. This look couldn't be simpler– skinnies, an oversized sweater, and a cross body bag–but the sophisticated color palette makes head-turning. Even though I can't imagine wearing a sweater these days–temperatures are still solidly in the 80s in New York–I'm still feeling inspired by the look. The combination of beige, white, and brown is perfect for summer, in California or otherwise.
What do you think? Is LC one of your style favorites? And have you had to wear any sweaters this summer?
[Photo from Intermix - Glossy Patent Flip Flops in Tan, Tkees - $48, available here]
[Photos from The Daily Mail]
I've said it before and I'll say it again: for an outfit I love the combination of black and white. It's classic, clean, and timeless. Victoria Beckham was all of those things–and also not very happy-looking but that's hardly noteworthy–when she stepped out in a crisp pairing of a white Jil Sander Navy shirt and a black Maison Martin Margiela skirt. Tuxedo-ed things have been pegged as a must-have for fall and while I was busy picturing jackets and pants, I never considered a skirt with a silk stripe. It works, in a big way.
What do you think? Will you wear tuxedo pieces this fall?
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[Photo from Stylebop - Stretch Cotton Blouse in White, Jil Sander Navy, $410, available here]
[Photo from Saks Fifth Avenue - Wool Long Tuxedo Skirt in Black, Maison Martin Margiela, $875, available here]
[Photo from Net-A-Porter - Victoria leather tote in Black, Victoria Beckham, $3850, available here]
[Photo from Pink Mascara - Suede Bootie in Black, Giuseppe Zanotti, $795, available here]
[Photo from The Fashion Patrol]
Lauren Conrad's style is completely formulaic–and that's what I love about it. Sure the way she dresses is predictable, but I can't fault her for knowing what works. I thought Lauren looked stunning at the reopening of David Yurman's boutique in Beverly Hills. I adore the variety of nude tones that run throughout the look, from the skirt to the clutch to the makeup palette. Nothing matches exactly but it all works well. I have to admit I'm a bit biased: with my love of column-esque maxi skirts, this is an outfit I'd totally wear.
[Photo from Nordstrom - Ruched Bow Back Silk Tank in 'Primrose', Paper Crown by Lauren Conrad - was $169, available here]
[Photo from Revolve Clothing - Willow Maxi Skirt in 'Nude', Paper Crown by Lauren Conrad - $312, available here]
[Moonlight Ice Bracelet in Moonquartz, David Yurman - $2,900, available here]