Anna Dello Russo working tiny pants, late 80's style accessories, and fur lined parkas. The first image makes me want to go dig out my J.Crew shearling collar, which hasn't received any love yet this winter.
1.Vanessa Bruno Athe Printed Silk Pants, $345 2. Roland Mouret Quilip Coat, $2,830 3. Oscar de la Renta Silk Dress, $3,990 4. La Perla Lace Briefs, $240 5. Alexander Wang Prisma Leather Tote, $685 6. Bottega Veneta, $820
Can you tell that I'm already in a spring mindset? My time in Los Angeles completely ruined me for icy cold weather. I like it for about a week's vacation, and then I'm done. But I guess I'm not the only one, as the Vanessa Bruno silk pants have already sold out on Net-A-Porter. I'm sure someone is wearing them right now on a warm vacation, and I'm extremely jealous.
Maybe it started with the pajamas as outerwear trend, but now head-to-toe print is popping up everywhere for spring. I really loved this look on stylist Marina Munoz, who wore a vintage pajama set during fashion week. The abbreviated silhouette looked as easy as a dress but even better for running around town.
Imagine my delight when I stopped by my favorite vintage shop today and found the matching top to my shorts, as seen here and here. They probably aren't meant to be reversible, but they are so well made that I'm able to do it. I wore tops to cover the waist because I can't bear to cut off the vintage tag. Now I can't wait until spring to wear these pieces together!
Check out WhoWhatWear and Vogue for more round ups on who is offering complete print outfits.
1st photograph: Jak & Jil 2nd photograph: Moodboard
I haven't even finished all of my spring 2012 posts, but Pre-fall 2012 is much easier to talk about it because we can emulate the outfits now. Which is exactly what I'm going to try to do with this Givenchy outfit.
I'll take all of the jackets in this collection...
...and the boots (especially as they remind me of Chanel's from a couple of seasons ago).
Want to wear a short sleeve top in the winter? Just put on a sexy pair of extra long gloves.
I was mucking through my piles of magazines in anticipation of our move, and came across this old editorial featuring Freja. I'm needing a palette cleanser and loving the streamlined styling in these images.
I've had a tiny picture of this bedroom in an inspiration folder for years. I had no idea where it was from, but I was in love with that bed. Fast forward to this week, when I found a new article about the owners, Robbie Spina and Joe Zito, in the November/December issue of Australia Vogue Living. They are the designers behind Spina Design, which creates gorgeous bespoke tassels and chandeliers.
I want these dip-dyed tassels hanging from every door in my house.