Whether you’re watching the US Open or America’s Cup, a stylish spectator outfit is a must – US Open 2012 from Net-A-Porter.
Are you starting to prepare your wardrobe for Fall? A great skirt with tights & killer boots is always a fabulous option so check out WhoWhatWear’s suggestions for Fall 2012 – Market Watch: Fall Skirts.
One thing that I always look forward to when Fashion Month rolls around are the Garance Dore and Net-A-Porter Fashion Week video collaborations Pardon My French. She talks to fashion greats, reviews the collections, meets designers, interviews fashion insiders, and just generally gives you a great behind-the-scenes look at all of the Fashion Month madness.
You know how much I adore a versatile piece in my wardrobe – especially when it comes to packing for a trip. Refinery 29 clearly agrees – Oxford Shirt Styling Tips: 1 Oxford Shirt, 3 Easy Ways To Style It.
One of the fun Fall trends this year will be finding pieces that have your favorite artwork translated onto them – Whether you’re a fan of the Renaissance Masters or Graphic novels, there are pieces out there for everyone! This Time Tomorrow – Wearing Your Art On Your Sleeve.
Don’t have time for a run? Not interested in the membership fees at your local gym? Why not head online to find the perfect workout for yourself – Fit Club: The Country’s Best Virtual Workouts.
Are you looking for some healthy meals to feed your family to ensure that they’re getting all the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that they need? Here are some great recipes to try:
No matter how much time you spend in the kitchen familiarizing yourself with new tools – or re-familiarizing yourself with tools you haven’t used in a while – is an important part of staying on top of things so check out The Blissful Chef’s Cooking Tool of the Month Series.
Medicine and bosu balls are two of my favorite gym toys – If you use them right they can keep your workouts both challenging and fun. Don’t believe me? Check out FitSugar’s Don’t Let the Medicine Ball Intimidate You — 5 Easy Moves!
September 30, 2012 | Categories: Fashion, Fitness, Food, Links You'll Love | Tags: 1920's, 20's, 20's fashion, 20's inspired, 20's style, Amanda de Cadenet, America's Cup, America's Cup World Series, Angela Liddon, Anna Dello Russo, Apartment decor, Apartment decorating, art deco, Autumn Decor, Autumn decorating, autumn decorating ideas, Autumn decorations, baroque, Baroque art, Baroque Masters, beginner fitness, beginner workouts, behind the scenes, Belle Maison, Blogger, Blogger fashion, Blogger Street Style, blogger style, Bohemian, bohemian chic, boho, boho chic, bombshell, bosu ball, bosu ball workout, brights, Brocade, cartoon fashion, circle skirt, Comic books, comics, Cooking appliances, Cooking tools, Daisy, Decor, decorating, decorating ideas, Decorations, DIY, Do It Yourself, dramatic, easy decorating ideas, Easy Fall decor, Easy meals, easy recipes, Easy vegan recipe, Evan Thomas, Fall, Fall 2012, Fall 2012 clothes, Fall 2012 Fashion, Fall 2012 skirts, Fall 2012 Style, Fall 2012 Trends, Fall clothes, Fall Clothing, Fall Decor, Fall Decorating ideas, Fall Decorations, Fall Fashion, Fall Muffins, Fall skirts, Fall Style, Fall trends, Fall/Winter, Fall/Winter 2012 Trends, Fall/Winter 2012/2013, Fashion, Fashion Blogger Fashion, Fashion Blogger Street Style, Fashion Blogger Streetstyle, Fashion Blogger Style, Fashion interview, Fashion Week, Fitness, fitness goals, FitSugar, fluted skirt, Follow Your Bliss, Food, Food processor, Garance Dore, Gatsby, Gatsby chic, Gatsby Fashion, Gatsby Girls, Gatsby Style, Gatsby-inspired, Glitter Guide, gluten free baking, gluten free muffins, Gluten-free, gluten-free desserts, gluten-free meals, grain-free, grain-free muffins, graphic novels, Great Gatsby, Halloween, Halloween decor, Halloween decorating, Halloween decorations, health, healthy life, healthy lifestyle, healthy living, Hippie, hippie chic, Hollywood, Hollywood Golden Age, Home decor, Home decorating, Jazz age, jewel tones, Kitchen appliances, Kitchen tools, mandolin, MBFW, medicine ball, medicine ball workout, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Mini skirt, Miss Lily's, mix and match, mix n match, mixing & matching, mixing & matching patterns, mixing and matching, Muffin recipe, Net-A-Porter, New York Fashion Week, Nutrition, NYFW, OhSheGlows, old school, Old school glamour, one shirt three ways, online workouts, Oxford, Oxford Shirt, panel skirt, paneled skirt, panels, Pardon My French, patterend panels, Patterns, Pencil skirt, Photographer, pilates, Pin up, pin up girl, pinup, pinup girl, printed skirt, prints, Pumpkins, quick & easy, quick & easy meals, quick & easy recipes, Quick meals, quick recipes, Quick vegan recipe, Race watching, Refinery 29, Refinery29, Renaissance, Renaissance art, Renaissance Masters, Retro, retro-inspired, San Francisco Fashion, San Francisco Fashion Blogger, San Francisco shopping, San Francisco Street Style, San Francisco style, Seasonal decor, Seasonal decorating, secretary look, secretary skirt, sexy secretary, SF Fashion, SF Fashion Blogger, SF Shopping, SF Street Style, SF Style, sheer panels, simple decorating ideas, Simple Fall Decor, Skirts, Spectator, Spiralizer, sport, sports, Sports watching, squash noodle, squash pasta, Street style, Streetstyle, Style, The Blissful Chef, The Glitter Guide, The Great Gatsby, The Wannabe Chef, This Time Tomorrow, US Open, Vegan, vegan baking, Vegan meals, vegan muffins, Vegan recipes, veganism, vegetable noodle, vegetable slicer, Vegetarian, vegetarian baking, Vegetarian meals, Vegetarian recipes, vegetarianism, veggie noodle, veggie pasta, veggie slicer, Versatile, versatile pieces, vintage, Vintage inspired, vintage inspired fashion, Vogue, Vogue.com, WhoWhatWear, working out, workouts, workouts for beginners, workouts online, yoga, zucchini, zucchini noodle | 1 Comment
Welcome back to another Looks of the Week post. Hopefully some well-dressed celebrities will help get you through the last few hours of this Monday.
I absolutely love her Alexander McQueen dress and his non-black suit. Tan & corduroy, interesting. They also did an excellent job with the minimal styling.
Fierce. No other word for this. A gorgeous double-breasted blazer with shorts, platform peep-toes and a vintage Gucci bag. Tres chic!
Polka dot evening gown... Need I say more? Very understated for Rodarte, I absolutely love it. Such a hard color to pull off!
I also really like her daytime Givenchy look. It's hard to decide what to wear when you want to be dressy but stay warm, and I think choosing a standout piece like this architectural coat is a great way to solve that problem.
Late Afternoon may have called this look "Dabbling in Minimalism" but I think it's the perfect amount of styling! The vintage-inspired collar, booties & matching cuffs are the ideal touches to this fun school-girl meets biker chick look.
Olivia Wilde stunned in lacy, black Monique Lhuillier and a chic new hairdo at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala. This dress is gorgeous and suits her incredibly well, I like that is manages to be minimal but still has interesting details.
And now I want to cut my hair…
There have been lots of 20's inspired looks on the red carpet lately but as I looked at Emmy here I realized that most of them have been gold - Gucci Gucci Gucci! I think she looks beautiful, this look suits her incredibly well.
I die! Think she'll let me borrow her accessories???
Lea Michel looked phenomenal in periwinkle Peter Som, definitely a step in the right direction for her - a direction away from short & sparkly.
Interested in some more great looks?
has the breakdown on just what all the stylish gals are wearing for their travels these days. Rosie Rosie Rosie – Can you do no wrong?
Have a good night!
January 9, 2012 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: 20's fashion, Alexander McQueen, Chic Muse, Daniel Craig, Emmy Rossum, flapper, Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Givenchy, Late afternoon, Lea Michele, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, Olivia Wilde, Rachel Weisz, Ralph Lauren, Rodarte, Rooney Mara, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Shameless Premiere, The 2012 Fox TCA All-Star Party, The 23rd Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala, WhoWhatWear | 1 Comment
Need some pretty to help you get through the end of your Monday? Follow me…
I LOVE this look, its cool, chic and a perfect transition to fall. Plus I'm a sucker for day clutches.
Rock that cover Adele! I don't read Cosmo but when I saw this cover at the newstand all I could think was "wow - it's about time." So hot!
I think this is a great dress, its interesting and unique and perfectly stand-out for a red carpet appearance. On the real life side, I could absolutely see this dress working for a cocktail event at an upscale hotel bar, something with dark carpeting and low lights.
20’s looks were all the rage at the LACMA’s
on Sunday and my absolute favorites were Camilla Belle, Evan Rachel Wood and Zoe Saldana.
Glittering, gorgeous, Gucci – Say that three times fast!
I’m absolutely adoring The Sartorialist’s
All The Pretty Photographers series. There are some great shots of these fashionable ladies doing their thing, so enjoy…
P.S. That first look is so me, wow, a Style File may be in order!
November 7, 2011 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: 20's fashion, Adele, Amanda Seyfried, Camilla Belle, Evan Rachel Wood, looks of the week, The Sartorialist, Zoe Saldana | 3 Comments