“There’s no such thing as overdressing.”, cried a wise woman, once upon a time.
And then we coined the term.
Seriously, it’s solid advice!
Take it a step further, and learn how to dress for the occasion, to draw some unexpected attention.
Nobody does it better… Dressed for a night at the opera, this is Ryan.
The big lesson?
Daring to stand out in a crowd.
Isn’t that what fashion is all about?
The new collection is called Paper Hands, and its pretty exciting. The fashion label; Song for the Mute, but you’ve probably heard of it by now.
The lyrics of a muted song, expressed through flawless construction and stunning lines.
Jade throws the black cape over a white shirt and mini.
Worn with some scuffed up boots.
Here’s what I love, the pieces in the collection are so easily introduced into any wardrobe. I’ve got my eye on a few, which I’m certain would feel right at home in mine. I might start my list a little early this year.
Dear Santa… =)
A life in fashion, is a life of excess, and without compromise; the dream that we are all chasing.
But fashion is always fading. Lasting style means mastering unassuming sophistication. A generic trend should never be interpreted literally.
A great look always stems from humility. With that in mind, there is no such thing as going overboard… ever!
So, bring on the X-X-L print sweater, the over-sized shoulder bag, and frame it with something chunky.
And why not pose with a Great Dane, if you see one coming your way!
Ben’s sense of style is simply sensational. His wardrobe is a window into his soul, and an expression of exceptional individuality. He literally wears his heart on his sleeve.
Yes, Ben’s wardrobe is incredibly impressive, but you truly get a sense of accidental perfection. It just doesn’t look like hard work, and that is why I love it.
I absolutely adore Willow shoes by Isabel Marant, and have been admiring them from afar for a long time now. However, when it comes to fashion, most of us have to pick our battles. I have to admit, I just wasn’t prepared to put up a real fight for those little cuties. I know, terrible…. So..? I didn’t go for gold, but I still walked away feeling like a winner when I picked up this imitation pair today, by Steve Madden, at a bargain price of $135.