Literally, just sitting here absolutely dying over (almost) everything.
Just about every girl killed the couture gown game this night. Picking only 10 favourites was next to impossible,
but this is what we narrowed it down to.Amy Adams in Valentino
Kate Blanchett in Armani Privé
Leslie Mann in Dolce and Gabbana
Jenna Dewan in Roberto Cavalli
Emma Watson in Dior
Sofia Vergara in Zac Posen
Margot Robbie in Gucci (MY FAVE)
Olivia Wilde in Gucci
Camila Alves in Dolce and Gabbana
Kate Mara in J Mendel
Who were your favourites?! Let us know in the comments!
– Amanda, Anna and Jill, xx
People’s Choice Awards 2014- Our Top 10 Fave Looks
This was definitely the day that every single girl brought her A-game to the table when choosing an outfit for the 2014 People’s Choice Award.There were so many amazing designers on the red carpet, from Jason Wu to Jenny Packham – everyone was looking beyond fab.
The fabric trends that we saw throughout the show were lots of florals, prints, neutrals, and colour blocking; with spring slowly approaching, these garments were perfect for celebrities to look bright and fresh faced.
Here are our top 10 favourite looks from the Choice Awards!
Nina Dobrev in Jenny Packham
Naya Rivera in Michael Kors
Sara Bareilles in Jil Stuart
Allison Williams in David Koma
Anna Faris in Naeem Khan
Rachel Bilson in Milly
Chloë Moretz in Simone Rocha
Lea Michele in Elie Saab
Naomi Watts in Alexander McQueen
Taylor Swift in Ralph Lauren Collection
Which were your favourites? Let us know in the comments!
– Amanda, Anna and Jill xx
8 Not So Boring LBD’sSo I know this isn’t just me – lots of colour to choose from in my closet… but I always seem to end up wearing all black.Now I really have zero qualms with this, who doesn’t love black?
But sometimes it’s nice for the black to not look ‘oh so boring’
I devised a short list of 8 little black dresses in every price point which I think help add some sass and flare to this colour
1. Topshop Embellished Armour Shift Dress – $88 TOPSHOP.COM
2. Nelly Scalloped Bodycon Dress – $58 NELLY.COM
3. Landi Gathered Cinched Waist Dress – $585 BLEUCLOTHING.COM
4. Meadham Kirchhoff Black Velvet Ophelia Dress – $1095 AVENUE32.COM
5. Warehouse Leather and Feather Dress – $140 WAREHOUSE.CO.UK
6. Joseph ‘Lola’ Sequinned Dress – $450 FARFETCH.COM
7. Forever 21 Fancy Cutout A-line Dress – $20 FOREVER21.COM
8. Valentino Silk Dress with Flounce Skirt – $4445 STYLEBOP.COM
– If you want to add colour, think about trying a statement necklace or bold clutch to spice it up
– When wearing a fuller dress, choose a handbag which is smaller in size, in order to not look bulky
– When choosing bold jewelry, try to keep it to 1 or 2 pieces so you don’t overpower your outfit and end up looking tacky
– In the end, pick the dress which flatters your shape the most, don’t base your pick off of a trend; if you don’t feel confident and comfortable, you won’t enjoy your night!
Thanks for reading, xx
NYC Fashion Week SS/14
3.1 Phillip Lim
(I do not take credit for these images)
London Fashion Week SS /14Burberry
Loving all of the brights, whites and pastels!!
The time has come, at least for us over here in Canada – to bundle right up, and attempt to not look like a marshmallow in the process. Even though I do sometimes dread winter weather, there are so many more fun accessories and layers which can happen during this season.Now, when looking for a sweater, I try to stray as far as possible from anything itchy or irritating (even if it looks nice), if you don’t feel comfortable – it will show. Feeling your best, while remaining warm is a hard task to complete, but it’s possible – even I’ve accomplished it!
Here are some sweaters which I love, in every price point – and hopefully you will love them too!
1. TOPSHOP Knitted Mix Rib Jumper, £38 TOPSHOP.COM
2. H&M Knitted polo-neck jumper, £15 HM.COM
3. ROLAND MOURET ‘Charp’ sweater, $732 FARFETCH.COM
4. Jonathan Simkhai Color-block jersey sweater, $315 NET-A-PORTER.COM
5. Emmeline Boucle Jumper, £95 WHISTLES.CO.UK
6. MILLY leather collar sweater, $541 FARFETCH.COM
7. Band of Outsiders Cable Knit Raglan, $375 LAGARCONNE.COM
8. River Island Cream roll neck cropped jumper, £35 RIVERISLAND.COM
Text in Style: Fingerless Gloves
The endless drone of vibrations in your pocket while caught in a snow storm can be rather irritating – not to mention having to check those messages while freezing your a$$ off.Here are a bunch of chic ways to keep those little fingers toasty, all the while looking fab.
Valentino Garavani Gloves, Gloves, $290; yoox.com
Eugenia Kim Carol Hare Gloves, $175; net-a-porter.com
Karl Lagerfeld Studded Leather Gloves, $99; net-a-porter.com
High Voltage Fingerless Gloves, $13; forever21.com
Iconic Fingerless Gloves, $16; forever21.com
Touch-of- Glam Fingerless Gloves, $13; forever21.com
Now get yourself a pair, and text away!
15 Ways to Look Pretty in Pink
Pink. Now everyone assumes thats a girls favourite colour, and many of which are wrong. Myself, and I’m sure a lot of others, tend to be drawn towards more earthy tones, and most of which, the colour black. Now, don’t get me wrong, I do love pink – but when it comes to clothing, that isn’t always my first choice.Although lately, its been difficult to ignore the likes of Carven, Rocha and Valentino, incorporating within their collection, a bubblegum pink to die for. Even though the colour may seem slightly overwhelming, there are so many ways to work this colour into any wardrobe.The correct way to make it work, is by making the piece/colour the focal point – meaning, let the one item speak for itself, while allowing the rest of your outfit to blend in seamlessly. Keep every other item within the neutrals, this allows for a guarantee that you won’t end up on the faux-pas list.
Now, here are some looks that have left me drooling over my computer screen, in a state of lust – which will hopefully win you over from the dark side.
Hache Shearling Clutch, $515.79; farfetch.com
Carven Asymmetric Wool-Blend Skirt, $325; mytheresa.com
Valentino Chantilly Lace Dress, $3088; mytheresa.com
Shourouk Roma Embellished Earrings, $600; mytheresa.com
Prada Teddy Aviator-Style Sunglasses, $353; mytheresa.com
Balenciaga Classic City Tote, $1545; mytheresa.com
Stella McCartney Crepe Dress, $1051; mytheresa.com
Marc by Marc Jacobs Small Candy Turnlock Bracelet, $127; mytheresa.com
Simone Rocha Wide-Leg Wool-Blend Pant, $642; net-a-porter.com
Michelle by Michelle Mason Cashmere and Silk Crepe Sweater, $266; net-a-porter.com
Butter London Fruit Machine, $15; net-a-porter.com
Rochas Oversized Wool-Blend Coat, $935; net-a-porter.com
Moschino Cheap and Chic Ribbed Wool Mini Skirt, $237; net-a-porter.com
Miu Miu Neon Matelassé Leather Clutch, $850; net-a-porter.com
Balenciaga Classic Matte Stud Leather Bracelet, $170; mytheresa.com
I had the pleasure of attending the Hermès exhibit last week at the Design Exchange in downtown Toronto. This exhibit was in place to celebrate the craftsmen who have helped make the brand what it is today. Hermès itself is such a renowned and regal brand, so I was pleased to see that they were taking the time to share with everyone what goes into their products.
I really had no idea what to expect, and I was pleasantly surprised……
Upon entering the exhibit, it seemed very small, but there was lots to do. There were several stations throughout the room demonstrating each of Hermès’ products, and how they are made.
Each person at every station had been flown in from Paris, straight from the production line – these people were the real deal! It was so amazing to see each and every little detail that went into these products – which totally justifies the price.
Now I know most of you just want to see the Birkin’s, but we were only lucky enough to see the Kelly being made, which was good enough for me!
Now only $19,896 left to go until I can get my hands on a Birkin.
Isabel Marant for H&M
I’m not quite sure about everyone else, but I’ve already marked this date off on every single calendar I own. NOVEMBER 14th – This is the only date that has been reiterating within my mind since the moment I found out.
Ever since the whispers began that Isabel Marant was going to do a collaboration with H&M; every single fashion lover across the globe has been anticipating a sneak peak at the possibilities for this line. Being that Isabel Marant is one of my favourite designers – I knew that no matter, I had to get my hands on at least ONE of these pieces.
Courtesy of Vogue, here is the full look-book and pricing for this upcoming line.
Time to start my wish list……. One of everything!