Fashion Finds

Brace-let Yourself for 2017 | Pt. 4 Wrist Trysts

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These bracelets I call “Wrist Trysts”, as it is probably not your everyday bracelet. So special, that it is in need of the right outfit and moment, that you occasionally meet up with them and adorn your arm for a tryst! They are distinctively designed discussion pieces! The KikiJewels Fire Game Crisscrossing Bracer is truly stunning it can be worn over a sleeve or completely by itself. I’ll take two please! The Torque collection bracelet…

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Brace-let Yourself for 2017 | Pt. 3 Link Lover

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Link Lover If you are a lover of the Link Bracelet, then the Eddie Borgo flame link silver or gold bracelet is a really interesting and chic version of the popular 70’s “status link” with an industrial edge. The Ambush Silver Classic Five Chain Bracelet is quite literally a watchband widened into a stunning statement bracelet. The Pamela Love Inlay Moon Phase Bracelet is truly a magical marvel, which gorgeously displays all the phases of…

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Brace-let Yourself for 2017 | Pt. 2 Bangle Angle

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Bangle Angle Bangle Bracelets historically come from India. A bangle Bracelet refers to any object that is round, hard, and sometimes may have a hinge. Bangle Bracelets are one of the oldest versions of the bracelet. One of the oldest art objects ever found was the bronze figurine of the Dancing Girl C. 2500 B.C.. It is a figurine of a nude girl with one arm on her hip, while the other arm is completely…

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Brace-let Yourself for 2017 | Pt. 1 Off the Cuff

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Brace-let Yourself for 2017! Bracelets, an accessory that quite literally has stood the test of time! The first bracelet can be traced back between 5000 and 7000 BC. The word Bracelet comes from the Greek word bracchio, meaning of the arm. How interesting that bracelets have been in the vast majority of cultures around the world and for so many centuries. Some of the styles have remained the same, while others have evolved, primarily due technology…

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NAVY-GATING NAVY! | Part Four: “Dress Blues”! Dresses & Jumpsuits

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For those of you who love your dresses, here are some wonderful choices in various styles and at every length. Some delightful daytime options are the Alexander McQueen Sleeveless Denim Dress With Raw Edge Trim In Dark Vintage Wash or the Marni Bow Detailed Embossed Tunic or the Mojorra Side Ruched Dress, which gives you that classic Navy and white color combination in a stunning pattern and silhouette. If you like to wear a longer…

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NAVY-GATING NAVY! | Part Three: Due South! Pants and Skirts

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So since the color Navy Blue originated with sailors; I had to put in some sailor pants. The Ralph Lauren Wool-Blend Sailor Pant and the Marc Jacobs Swan Sequin Sailor Pant are both ship shape! The Peter Pilotto Wide Legged Cropped Pants, and the Tonya Taylor cropped trousers are both fun takes on the sailor pant. There’s “No Skirting The Issue” with Navy Blue! If you prefer to wear a shorter skirt try the David…

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NAVY-GATING NAVY! | Part Two: Due North! Navy Tops

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Let’s head North above the waist to Navy tops! You can pair a Navy top with pretty much any color bottom. Navy Blue is a great color to go monochromatic! A classic color combination, Navy and white is a tried and true way to wear Navy. If you choose this route, then a Navy Blue top looks great with white trousers and white jeans or you can wear it with a solid skirt or a…

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NAVY-GATING NAVY! | A JOURNEY IN FOUR PARTS

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Navy Blue has been a classic for centuries. The origin of this color’s name was first coined in 1748 from British Royal Navy and has been evolving ever since. It was the color first worn by officers and subsequently has been adapted to uniforms of sailors all around the world. Navy Blue is one of those colors, which transcends socioeconomic backgrounds, professions, and cultures. Navy Blue can be worn both casually and formally and its…

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Black & White | Transitional Tops

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Here’s a selection of Black and White transitional tops. There are a variety of silhouettes, arm lengths, and fabrics. There are sleeveless, short-sleeved, long sleeved, and off the shoulder styles. There are a few ways of incorporating Black and White tops into your wardrobe. For a more subtle look the See by Chloe Graphic Crepe Bell-Sleeve Top, the ISSA ‘Pimol’ top or the Mother of Pearl Varden wool-piqué top are quietly beautiful. If you want to…

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Black & White | Shoes and Handbags

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Part Two: Black & White | Shoes and Handbags Another way to incorporate Black and White into your wardrobe is to use it as an accent with a Shoe or Handbag. This selection of shoes are either color blocked, patterned, checker boarded or accented with an embellishment. The Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals or the Valentino Chevron Glossed Leather Platform Sandals are linearly lovely! These Proenza Schouler Black and White Woven Calfskin Mules are wonderfully woven….

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