(wearing a black faux leather top made by me, mint green skinny jeans by GUESS, leopard print sandals from H&M, random jewelry and bracelets from different stores, triangle/skull necklace from Lola Bassó)
Ladies, prepare to raid your grandmother’s closet because this
spring, the 50’s style is back. And what was the aesthetic in that era
you might wonder; well it’s all about the hourglass silhouette: a tiny
waste and flattering curvy shape.
This trend has been making a comeback since fall 2010, or don’t you
remember that beautiful lady-like outfits that walked down the Louis Vuitton runway during Autumn-Winter fashion week that year?
The 50’s have slowly been reviving and this year, retro is hot!
The madness with the Mad Men series probably inspired designers into incorporating looks of this decade, or probably it was the anticipated movie of “My week with Marilyn”; either way, odds are you’ll be singing to the tunes of Grease musical all summer long.
Continue reading my article on Examiner.com, HERE!
Kate Bosworth looking way cool, as usual; wearing a gray top, mint green-ish see through maxi skirt, Isabel Marant wedge sneakers and a metallic bag.
I don't know you, but I'd love to wear this outfit from head to toe.
"Sometimes when I
look at you, I feel I’m gazing at a distant star. It’s dazzling, but
the light is from tens of thousands of years ago.
Maybe the star doesn’t even exist any more. Yet sometimes that light seems more real to me than anything."
written by Haruki Murakami, South of the Border, West of the Sun
If you are not into wearing bright colored ensembles and tend to stick
to neutrals, don’t worry, you can still add some color into your look
with accessories, shoes or make-up.
How? Well, why not invest in cute little clutch bags in different colors, or better yet, neon satchels like the ones in the image above; Carolina Engman from fashion squad and Brad Goreski are totally rocking their outfits with that pop of neon yellow hue.
I love Rachel Zoe... she's such an inspiration because she has worked her way up and it has not been an easy road.. she started out really young, with a small business, gathering clients, making her way into the fashion industry and little by little she earned the spot where she now resides.
I adore watching The Rachel Zoe Project, I wish she hired me! ...and yeah, I often fantasize about becoming the mexican version of her.. Mexico needs a petite fashion stylist too! haha..ok Ivette..come back to earth now.