Archive for March, 2012
By Lucas Coode on March 31st, 2012
Despite all the drama between Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry, I think its awesome that he makes such an effort to spend time with their daughter, Nahla Aubry.
The two were snapped in Cali recently and Gabriel was toting a bag from Barnes & Noble. Some new books for Nahla, maybe?
And of course, Nahla looked as cute as always in shorts, sandals and a pretty striped top. It looks like its the same stripe pattern as this Splendid Littles Oasis top, which you can still score for your little.
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By Jake Allardyce on March 29th, 2012
Gingham is a natural choice for summer prints (and has been for years, from little girls to sixties’ mods), but these arent your typical square-dancing skirts. Slightly abstracted, mutated, and impressionistic checks bring a more sophisticated feel to these skirts and dresses. Think sweet country girl living it up in the city.
And if you’re not after a total commitment, opt for Miu Miu’s taffeta slingbacks (on Net-a-Porter for $595). They deliver a punch of gingham and maintain a sense of irony – because you’re not really going to the county fair!
1. Marc Jacobs Gingham Organza Dress: Marc’s Spring collection revolved around the rockabilly square dance, and this ombré dress sums it up. A little dow
By Maya McCarthy on March 22nd, 2012
One of the key items for transitioning your wardrobe from winter to spring is the slip. It works in so many ways under tops, over pants or shorts, with boots or sandals, there are so many ways to wear them! We cant get enough of the adorable Waves Hem Slip right now it is the perfect third piece layering item.
By Jake Allardyce on March 21st, 2012
Kensington Palace will re-open to the public next week with an exhibition of dresses worn by Diana, Princess of Wales.
Following a ё12 million renovation project, the former home of Diana will open its doors next Monday.
The exhibit is entitled Diana: Glimpses of a Modern Princess and showcases five of the Princess’ designer gowns. Some of the gowns have never been publicly exhibited before.
The black strapless evening gown which was worn by Princess Diana during her first official engagement with the Prince of Wales, designed by Elizabeth Emanuel.
A black Versace dress, custom-designed by Gianni Versace for Princess Diana
The deep red dress with purple sash on show was designed by Catherine Walker, often cited as one of Diana’s favourite designers.
By Lucas Coode on March 20th, 2012
Every little girl likes to emulate her mom, aunt or sister. She likes to dress up like them and look put together like them. So it is not surprising when she demands for a big girl purse just like theirs. I love shopping with my niece and admire her shopping sense. I am more inclined towards choosing pretty dresses for my niece as I feel it looks really adorable on her.
In this blog post I have a listed some of my favorite dresses for formal as well as informal occasion for little girls.
For formal occasions the black and white dresses for juniors is a marvelous choice. The dresses are elegant and appropriate for your little girl and perfect for formal evening wear.
By Lucas Coode on March 6th, 2012
As much as were dying to try out falls freshest fashion and beauty trends (houndstooth, mod graphic eyeliner, utilitarian parkas, the quiff, flashy furs, etc), were not about to waste the last few weeks of the summer in our eagerness to dive into a new season. Instead were thinking of ways to stretch the dog days of summer and show off the tan weve worked so hard to develop (with the help of self-tanners of course!). Our favorite beauty trend of the season that is sure to compliment any tan is super bright, comes in the form of a tube and has been spotted on the lips of everyone from January Jones and Emma Stone to Whitney Port and Doutzen Kroes.