Monthly Archives: January 2018
With the plaid and leather looks in, we also see a whole lot of browns. The bags are what mostly utilize this hue, and it is hard to say that it does not attract us and there is something quite versatile about the shading of brown.
If you want a more Western theme and to embrace the ‘70s culture, go with this Gucci GG Marmont mini chain bag in nut brown leather. You simply can't go wrong with it.
Tone and texture is key when transforming accessories and clothing into a cohesive, stylish outfit. From skirts and tops to bags, fabrics and accessories, consider mixing matte and shiny tones and tactile materials to inject character – think grey, gold, or cream teamed with textural accessories fabrics such as embossed leather, silk and wool. Choose a primary palette you love and layer it with meaningful pieces old and new.
We paired this Saint Laurent Monogram Chain Wallet in fog crocodile embossed shiny leather with a contrasting cashmere sweater in cream and a luxurious silk dress skirt in gold metallic.
Colors are essential to looking your best for the fall and winter, with the top color trends ranging from the Pantone colors to the shades of red and metallic that were found all over the runway shows throughout the Fashion Weeks.
Designers were teeming with burgundy. One of the best fall/ winter 2017-2018 color trends, the rich and darker red beauty was on handbags, as much as it was on clothing and looks delectable.
You can wear this Chanel CC Filigree flap bag with near everything and look in style. It is elegant, classy and perfectly chaste while offering a good dose of sexy.