A leather skirt is one of those luxury items that you may or may not indulge in. They are not for every day use, rather to be worn on special days or days you need to change it up a little. If you choose the right one, it will last a lifetime when stored and cared for properly. Leather after all, is simply a magical product that is made to last.
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There is nothing prettier than an oversized dress that falls and drapes in all the right places. I love the styling options here. From wearing it by itself, to layering it as a top tucked into cigarette leg pants and ankle boots through winter. Or even under a chunky knit or coat.
Gingham is a really solid trend right now showing up in all the latest collections and in little snippets (or big ones) all over our favourite fashion “it” girls and bloggers, online publications and celebrity style queens. Whether you add a little or a lot, a gingham print can give your outfit a really nice dimension. A simple piece is oh so good, however this fabrication really suits being tied, twisted and volumised. It was literally born to be sculpted and creatively designed by it’s master.
Ruffles are so cool. They add volume, dimension and create a dense texture when layered. They are artistically blessed and visually stunning when draped or strategically placed. Although ruffles do add size, flattering silhouettes are achievable and give a really high fashion element. This of course is up to the designers and their pattern makers to lavish us with their ribbon-esque masterpieces! This top is really a piece of art…
You know I love a layer. Well here I go again, up to my old tricks again. I found this fab little Talulah dress and doesn’t it look great all pimped out with the tied up jacket and gilet? So this vest is another one from the Fifideluxe Archives. It’s a Rare piece (not made anymore unfortunately) and being military green, it’s made it’s way onto the scene again after many years in hybernation.
I think everything is more exciting when you add layers. Layer up baby.
Image Credit: Tane Meiring