Into the Cobalt Blue

Into the Cobalt Blue


Alexander McQueen short dress
€849 – veryeickhoff.com

Frieda knit jacket
$465 – reissonline.com

Beau Coops leather heels
$319 – superette.co.nz

Fossil messenger bag
$128 – endless.com

Dannijo knot bracelet
$420 – dannijo.com

J Crew antique jewelry
$118 – jcrew.com

TopShop carved jewelry
$25 – topshop.com

Cuff bracelet
superherostuff.com

polka dot trend for fall

polka dot trend for fall


TopShop cut out prom dress
$120 – topshop.com

Victoria s Secret wool trench coat
$158 – victoriassecret.com

Tory Burch ballerina flat
$235 – simplysoles.com

Vanessa Bruno leather tote bag
$587 – lagarconne.com

Isabel Marant opal ring
£105 – net-a-porter.com

J Crew antique earrings
$65 – jcrew.com

J Crew bangle bracelet
$45 – jcrew.com

J Crew vintage jewelry
$17 – jcrew.com

Marc by Marc Jacobs aviator sunglasses
$98 – piperlime.gap.com

From Kate to Kim : wedding trends that we just saw

So we know from multiple celebrity weddings that it’s ok to wear white to a wedding. Kate Moss was married around two months later after Middleton and we saw that her bridesmaids and flower girls were all dressed in white.

Kim Kardashian’s recent nuptials we saw her bridesmaids were all decked out in white as well.

Lindsay Lohan a guest of Kim Kardashians wedding was seen wearing a white dress that Pippa Middelton wore in green during the royal wedding.

Photo: People; Getty

The trend can be attributed to Pippa, and the decision for her to wear white to Kate and Williams wedding. The white trend at weddings is a very old trend. Hundreds of years ago dating back to old British superstition  the bridesmaids should dress identical to the ebride in attempt to confuse the evil spirits.

My advice, ask before wearing white to a wedding.

 

 

Lavin

  • Assouline Lanvin

  • $25 – coggles.com
  • Jeanne Lanvin, one of the great couturiers of the early twentieth century, gave up her careeer as a milliner when her clients began to demand copies of the dresses she had made for her younger sister and daughter. These youthful mother-and-daughter outfits made Lanvin famous. Her designs blurred the distinctions between women and young girls with fluid silhouette, flattering both a growing shape as well as one approaching middle age. Lanvin also created the very feminine and popular “robes de style” and romantic dresses. Her work is characterized by fine embroidery, superb craftsmanship, and harmonius colors-among them the “Lanvin blue,” to which she gave her name. “It’s about a women, a desire, a need.” – Alber Elbaz Assouline – Lavin at Coggles.com Hardcover / 6 x 8.5″ 80 Pages, 60 Images ISBN: 9782759401017