I saw some gorgeous, fun and hilarious multi-finger rings at the Renegade Craft Fair in SF and now I can’t get enough of them. I love how versatile they can be. What do you think?!
High-waisted shorts are bigger than ever, and they’re not going away come fall. Paired with tights, they are the perfect replacement for a skirt (especially on a windy day). As most have waistline detailing, it’s important to wear a shirt tucked in so as not to create bulk but instead accentuate curves. If you tend to be biggest in the middle, opt for a pair without any detailing (bow, pleats, ties, etc) in the very front.
Here are seven great styles for summer into fall…
The ruffle skirt trend is a hard trend to pull off, especially in a fluffy take where it can make hips look even bigger or a frilly version which makes a woman look like she’s playing Lolita. But when it’s pulled off right, it can be quite charming and cute, and a really fun piece to wear for a night on the town (salsa dancing per chance). As a general guideline, the ones that flare at the hips should be kept to those with slim hips whereas the ones with ruffles that start low are ideal for women with hips. Additionally, older ladies should opt for more mature colors and patterns as well as wider ruffles, whereas younger ladies can go a bit shorter, with smaller ruffles and more playful colors.
Amidst the rich, jewel-toned and neon ’80s and ’90s colors that abound, nudes & pastels are slowly making a comeback as well. I love the subtlety of pale colors and sheer fabrics, especially in soft pink and grey. There is something both ethereal and sexy about this trend, don’t you think?
Gemma Feather Silk Tiered Tank, $106 at Piperlime.
Yoke Detail Skinny Jeans, $70 at Topshop.
Fendi Taupe Suede Sandals, $495 at Stylebop.
Cara Accessories Bead & Chain Necklace, $48 at Nordstrom.
Double Wrap Rectangle Watch, $32 at Urban Outfitters.
Dior Vernis Nail Enamel, $21 at Nordstrom.