July 29, 2012
One of the easiest way to wear the sheer trend is with the basic sheer top. This look is one of those that you can style (likely with something underneath) for work and then transfer into night time (hello sexy lace bra). For a look that’s not your typical sheer top, check out our Westend Poncho Sheer Shirt from One Teaspoon. For that workplace to night look, feel free to wear a sheer blouse with a pattern or a something like this gorgeous Alexander McQueen floral number.  

Be careful when going sheer with a skirt as this can be a bit dangerous. Lots of pleats, like on this Farhi by Nicole Farhi skirt will help keep you looking modest. If modesty is your thing, think of adding sheer details to your look. These Nicholas Kirkwood booties have a bit of sheer fabric at the back to help you leave a lasting impression as you exit a room without risking people seeing your bra strap or underwear line. In addition, you could also jump on the sheer makeup trend and your natural beauty shine through - like with some of Giorgio Armani’s sheer blush or lipstick, or a sheer nail polish from OPI. 

Don’t forget to add some dimension to the look by adding a slightly tough looking necklace - like our Beth Lauren Chantilly necklace or the favourite Gato necklace.  


featuring platform bootiesTopshoppalu.comAlexander mcqueen$870 - net-a-porter.comFarhi By Nicole Farhi draped skirt$93 - coggles.comNicholas Kirkwood platform bootiesmytheresa.comNecklaceshoppalu.comGiorgio Armani blushgiorgioarmanibeauty-usa.comGiorgio Armani sheer lipstickbarneys.com

One of the easiest way to wear the sheer trend is with the basic sheer top. This look is one of those that you can style (likely with something underneath) for work and then transfer into night time (hello sexy lace bra). For a look that’s not your typical sheer top, check out our Westend Poncho Sheer Shirt from One Teaspoon. For that workplace to night look, feel free to wear a sheer blouse with a pattern or a something like this gorgeous Alexander McQueen floral number.

Be careful when going sheer with a skirt as this can be a bit dangerous. Lots of pleats, like on this Farhi by Nicole Farhi skirt will help keep you looking modest. If modesty is your thing, think of adding sheer details to your look. These Nicholas Kirkwood booties have a bit of sheer fabric at the back to help you leave a lasting impression as you exit a room without risking people seeing your bra strap or underwear line. In addition, you could also jump on the sheer makeup trend and your natural beauty shine through - like with some of Giorgio Armani’s sheer blush or lipstick, or a sheer nail polish from OPI.

Don’t forget to add some dimension to the look by adding a slightly tough looking necklace - like our Beth Lauren Chantilly necklace or the favourite Gato necklace.

featuring platform booties

Top
shoppalu.com

Alexander mcqueen
$870 - net-a-porter.com

Necklace
shoppalu.com

Giorgio Armani blush
giorgioarmanibeauty-usa.com

March 21, 2012
Remember this dress? Alexander McQueen had designed this mermaid dress while at Givenchy.

Remember this dress? Alexander McQueen had designed this mermaid dress while at Givenchy.

(via dessyswonderland)

February 13, 2012
Pale Petal Pink on the Runway

As the Spring season approaches, we begin to think about what colours are going to stand out this season. One of the main colours that is prominent this season is Pale Petal Pink. The colour may not be extremely bold, but it is soft and subtle while making a statement. Check out how designers such as Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Vera Wang and others showcase this colour on the runway.
Alexander McQueen Spring 2012 RTW

Badgley Mischka Spring 2012 RTW

Calvin Klein Spring 2012 RTW

Calvin Klein Spring 2012 RTW

Elie Saab Spring 2012 RTW

L’Wren Scott Spring 2012 RTW

Mulberry Spring 2012 RTW

Nina Ricci Spring 2012 RTW

Prada Spring 2012 RTW

Preen Spring 2012 RTW

Ralph Lauren Spring 2012 RTW

Ralph Lauren Spring 2012 RTW

Ralph Lauren Spring 2012 RTW

Ralph Lauren Spring 2012 RTW

Vera Wang Spring 2012 RTW

Vera Wang Spring 2012 RTW

January 2, 2012
Feathers On the Runways

Still can’t decide on a New Year’s Resolution? Want a way to stand out in 2012? Don’t fret because we are definitely able to stand out amongst the crowd with “Feathers”. This season designers incorporated feather details into their designs to create statement pieces on the runway. Feathers are an undeniable way to add fun and flare to an outfit, whether casual or formal. This trend can be seeing on the runway of designers such as Alexander McQueen, Christian Dior, Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa, Matthew Williamson and others.

Alexander McQueen Fall 2011 RTW

Alexander McQueen Fall 2011 RTW

Badgley Mischka Fall 2011 RTW

Christian Dior Fall 2011 RTW

Christian Dior Fall 2011 RTW

Yves Saint Laurent Fall 2011 RTW

Jason Wu Fall 2011

Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2011

Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2011

Marchesa Fall 2011 RTW

Marchesa Fall 2011 RTW

Matthew Williamson Fall 2011 RTW

Matthew Williamson Fall 2011 RTW

Matthew Williamson Fall 2011 RTW

Prada Fall 2011 RTW

Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 RTW

Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 RTW

Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 RTW

December 19, 2011
Winter White Wonderland on the Runways

This season, designers turn away from dark shades and stun us with Winter Whites. With the White Swan inspired looks in mind, designers like Alexander McQueen, Valentino, and Elie Saab make make the Snow Queen jealous. They embrace the whimsical winter looks with sparkling whites, fairy princess-like gowns, dramatic capes, furs, and feathers. Because it’s a white white wonderland after all!

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Burberry Prosum

Celine

Chloe

Derek Lam

Ellie Saab Couture Collection

Ellie Saab Couture Collection

Ellie Saab Couture Collection

Ellie Saab Couture Collection

Hermès

Isabel Murant

Isabel Murant

Prada

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

Valentino

Valentino

Valentino

Yves Saint Laurent

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