As Olivia Dori often states, color trends come and go with the season, but black is a classic that never goes out of style and always looks great. Combined with a flowy, soft fabric, black can remain a staple even in those lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer.
For those days when comfort is key, a lightweight blouse and jeans are the best way to look fabulous with little effort. But finding a pair of quality jeans is of paramount importance in creating the impression of a tailored-made fit.
Floral patterns can be incredibly chic in the right amount– but just one piece is enough to bypass the overgrown English garden look, a landscaping favorite that doesn’t quite translate to fashion. When balanced out with an unpatterned item, you have an outfit that can take you seamlessly from day to night.
Athletic-inspired fashion need not mean looking fresh-off-the-treadmill. Rather, it’s a way of showcasing a fit lifestyle and collapsing the distinctions between comfort and beauty.
Take a cue from bedroom lingerie elements and transform them into a delectable daylight outfit. We’re talking about eggshell and taupe hues, as well as subtly ruffly and lacy touches that emphasize a girlish and playful sensibility.
That 70’s look. Put together some brown suede and a few fringe items and you’ll have achieved an updated 70s boho ensemble.
Just a touch or a whole lot, shimmer adds a skosh of glamour to any outfit. Not for night alone, a shimmery little number makes an even bigger statement during the day.
Asymmetrical cuts work because they are surprising to the eye and therefore exciting. A little dress with a longer train in the back is a sexy and unpredictable take on the classic.
Subdued and breezy, pastels and white go stunningly well with strappy sandals and a floppy sunhat.