Love these mannequins at The Fashion Theater in L.A. #handbagdesignerlab #handbaglove (Taken with instagram)
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Some nights I can’t sleep and I become Realistic!SailorMoon in a panda onesie.
(PS- if anyone wants to teach me superlong wig care, that would be most appreciated)
and all days you are so cute!
NEW WIG WEBCAM! <3
I love getting new wigs… <3 dfashla <3
This one is for Koga from Inuyasha (its the base), it doubles for Kyoya… and triples for William T Spears…
WELL, LOOK WHO IS LOOKIN’ SO FRIGGIN’ ADORABLE!
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Hilary Rhoda sure knows how to make a fashion statement. The 26-year-old statuesque model stepped out for a night in the Big Apple to attend the Persol Magnificent Obsessions event held at the Museum of Moving Image just last Thursday, while wearing a marijuana-printed skirt that served as the focal point of her whole outfit.
We have to give it to her because she did rock this Clover Canyon pencil skirt and pulled it off in a very classy and sophisticated way, while some famous celebs who tried wearing this controversial print ended up looking tacky and tasteless. What do you think?
Hilary Rhoda attends the Persol Magnificent Obsessions: 30 Stories of Craftsmanship on Film held at the Museum of Moving Image in New York City, USA — 11 July 2013
Care to make a fashion statement as well? Better get your hands on this Clover Canyon ‘How High’ pencil skirt for that added character and flair to your look this season.
Don’t worry about looking too tacky and cheap because of this controversial print because Clover Canyon certainly did a good job turning it into a classy and chic piece. And the best part? Since it’s summer, this is a great skirt to wear for both day and night and you won’t even have a hard time styling it because you can simply pair it with plain tops, simple shoes, and minimal accessories.
Clover Canyon ‘How High’ Neoprene Skirt, $145.00
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The saying “the shorter, the better” is no longer accurate for women who try to look more feminine by wearing skirts. In fact, nowadays, a woman need not chop off a good few inches from the bottom of her skirt in order to recreate a look that would express their femininity better – all that is needed is a substantial amount of cutting and a brilliant strategical placing of that cut.
When it comes to cutout tops, pretty much everywhere that one can poke a hole in has already been poked. Designers eventually asked, “Why stop there?” For designers, deciding on where to put a graceful cut on a skirt without revealing too much skin and compromising functionality proved to be a bit challenging, but not all of them are backing off. Hence, the birth of cutout skirts.
We rounded up five of our favorite blogger looks for these ironic rule-breaking but structured babies.
Maria of Stylissim
Having a skirt that looks like a giant chomped down its front has never looked this chic. Choose a graceful round cut that’s not too wide and show off a comfortable amount of extra leg. For the illusion of longer legs, go for a high-waisted pencil skirt. If you’re not confident about the length of your torso, lower waistlines should do the trick. For a laid-back but still ladylike look, pair the skirt with a slouchy graphic sweater and pumps.
Get her look:
Nasty Gal Shape Up Skirt – Two Tone, $28.50 (before $38.00) / BOY London Eagle Sweatshirt, $93.34 / Sophia Webster Loren Pumps in Black Suede, 385.00
Isabella of Views of Now
This look shows that it’s all about location, location, location (that and the gorgeous angular cut that is aptly proportional to the height of the skirt). The cutout need not be huge as long as it complements the entire piece – in this case, the roughness of the skirt material is complemented by the triangle cut and the illusion of a wrap skirt. It pays to be a smart dresser, too, since choosing an open back top complements the angular cutout of the skirt. The look is finished off with black heeled booties.
Get her look:
Witchery Quilted Wrap Mini Skirt, AUD $129.95 / Stylenanda Low Back Tee with Snap Button Closure, $35.01 / Burberry Prorsum Woodley Studded Leather and Calf Hair Wedge Ankle Boots, $1,153.03
Kookie of Death by Platforms
Sometimes, it’s not about the size or location of the cutout, but rather the gracefulness of the cut. The hemline of the skirt in this look ever so slightly curves upward, but this shy skirt curve brought an abundance of freshness to the fashion table. For a sophisticated but fun look, pair the skirt with a floral or guipure buttondown shirt and sandals with a fun geometric print.
Get her look:
Nasty Gal Peeking Daisy Skirt, $48.00 / Piece D’Anarchive Tailored Guipure Lace Shirt, 530 (before: 1,330.00) / Atalanta Weller Block Heel Sandal, $459.08
Nadya of Glitter Dessert
Not ready to put away your maxis yet? A compromise is in order. This skirt is reminiscent of the trending (and, let’s face it, slightly overused) high-low skirts, but with a fresh structural take to it. This cut is perfect for those who are not quite ready to go all the way short or, for some weird reason, love how the front of their legs look but equally despise the way the back looks. Style it up with a flowy or draped top, chunky neck pieces and some fancy footwear.
Get her look:
New Look Coral Jersey Dip Hem Skirt, 7.00 (before: 14.99) / Mugler Draped Top, $1,065.00 / Ala a Vault Chamois Cloute Sandal, $926.00 (before: $1,852.00)
Michelle of Michetteee
What happens when a side slit and a cutout decide to have an offspring? You’re looking at it. This graceful and oh-so-flattering cut is suggestive and sophisticated at the same time. This is perfect for those women who want to look cute and sexy simultaneously (admit it, we’ve all wished that upon ourselves at least once). Pair it with an equally sweet-but-sexy scalloped or lace crop top and some strappy white sandals.
Get her look:
Nasty Gal Circuit Curve Skirt, $42.00 / Topshop Crochet Crop Top, $44.00 / Casadei for Prabal Gurung Strappy Blade Wedge Sandal, $389.00 (before: $970.00)
Sunday, August 11, 2013
Work them heels, Lenny.
Lenny Kravitz makes an appearance on “Good Morning America” in New York City.
Question: And don’t flip out on us for asking, Lenny fans. Do you think he can reasonably work this look indefinitely? On the one hand, it is pretty toned down from earlier Lenny styles. On the other hand, we’re on record as telling Johnny Depp that his rings and beads and gewgaws are getting a little stale and crusty. Can Lenny just pull that shit off better than Johnny or should he start thinking about cutting back on the fringe and the heels and the beads? We’re asking.