The colours. The silhouette. The length. The curve.
We love our Alex Dress. And we couldn’t say it enough.
- They are in a range of colours which completes our Spring-Summer wardrobe.
- It accentuates the curves to give that killer body.
- It can be styled for any time- from a brunch date to an evening out with equal ease – just add a statement necklace or sky-high heels.
- The off-shoulder detail is sexy, modern and chic.
- Earlier this year, Erin Andrews wore something strikingly similar to the Alex dress to a fashion show.
Ever wondered what the fairy tale characters would look like in our world?
A romper is perfect for a sunny day as well as for the breezy evening look. We tell you how to style yours and make your own fashion statement this Summer.
If there’s one (insert: definite) thing that is going in our wardrobe this summer, it is the Ariel Jumpsuit. The easy chic piece is our go-to style solution with its carefree, youthful and girly, yet feminine charm.
Convinced? Get it here.
Still wondering how to get the retro look from the 70’s and 80’s. How about a polo (or two) for your wardrobe?
A wardrobe staple back then, the classic polo has made its way back into your man’s wardrobe just right.
See how to wear yours with a different look each time.
- Wear your polo with a flirty skirt or a pair of shorts with sneakers for a look that is edgy, yet playful.
- Get a quirky style wearing the polo with printed lowers.
- Go for a crisp look by styling the polo with your favourite skinnies.
- Wear it tucked-in with a pencil skirt for an uber-sexy look.
Lace is back, again. See how the fashionistas style the season’s trend according to their taste.
(Lisa Haydon, photographer: Anushka Menon, other images: fabsugar, justjared, dailymail, whatkatewore, usmagazine)
Imagine our surprise when we saw the similarity between the sportscaster, Erin Andrews’ dress and our Alex dress.
Erin was recently spotted sitting next to Kelly Osbourne, Kate Mara and Shay Mitchell at the front row at a Badgley Mischka show, in her neon orange one shouldered dress.
Fashion trends must be getting really global as the coincidence here is uncanny.
(image source: terezowens)
Get a quick sneak peek to our Spring 2012 collection before anybody else.
We finally managed to catch up with Sherlock Holmes this weekend, he of the 2012 Guy Ritchie treatment. It not only made us download his complete anthology on our iPad, but it also made us jealous of dear Watson. Having Sherly as a BFF would be a never ending adventure.
Then it happened. We started to feel list-y, so here it is: Fictional Characters we wish were our Best Friends.
Here they are – in no particular order (and with absolutely no disrespect meant to our real-life BFFs who we love very dearly).
1. Sherlock Holmes
Oh the adventures, the logic and the thrill. Definitely would need him around in the late 19th century to keep us entertained (we heard the internet wasn’t around back then…). Apparently Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote him free of vice, save for a little cocaine. And in case you didn’t know, Mr. Holmes was the original embodiment of Boho Chic.
2. Lara Croft
We’ll admit; it would definitely not be the easiest task in the world being BFFs with a hottie like Lara Croft (and her striking resemblance to one Ms. A. Jolie). But it would be fun skyping about all her kick ass adventures and hearing about how she journeyed to the center of the Earth to save all of mankind. And she would totally be able to relate how picking out the right colourscape for the Spring 2012 ad campaign was, like totally the hardest thing you’ve ever done in your life, because this year there are so many gorgeous new Pantones. Right?
He’s a billionaire with a secret – and brains. It would be uber cool to be the “one” getting the free rides on his Batmobile or better – drive it! Getting Mr. Wayne for a friend makes you welcomed in the Batcave and treated to the greatest technological advancements ever (which even the CIA might not be aware of). We might just also guilt trip him to make us his side kick! Beware Robin, you have competition.
4. Harry Potter
A wizard for a friend. Yes! – We say.
Just imagine the envy in others eyes when you get to go around the world on his Nimbus 2000! Also we know what it feels like to be bullied Harry, but knowing that you can use your wand out of Hogwarts now wants us to have a moment of guilt-free “give-it-back” time with our bullies – if you may.
Yes, we know he’s not the socialising kinds. But once Calvin lets us in his trust circle, we, together with Hobbes, can conquer the world, banish broccoli from the face of the earth, change the education system (or banish it completely), oh, and of course annoy Susie! That’s what friends are for.