If ever there was a day to resurrect a 400 year old blog, it would be on this exact day. That’s right, I’m back blogging over on this sweet gem after 5 or 6 years. Math isn’t my strength.
Here is what I am here for. I am here to serve you Coachella goodness. Leave it to me, a now mom of 4 children to dream about coming back to blog on one of the biggest days of fashion. Oh yeah, and music. Sorry.
Ladies and gents, I have curated pieces from my Poshmark closet to share these super trendy Coachella inspired pieces. Beychella, said whaAttttt?!
So here are the Coachella Fashion trends we are here for. All of the items below are from our Poshmark closet. Click the “Buy!” button to purchase each item below.
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1 Washi-Washy |Washed Denim / Denim Coats
2. Everybody’s Romping Around | Rompers
3. Softer Side of the 90s | Velvet Sundresses
4. I Ain’t Yo Mama | Vintage Mom Jeans Cuffed
So of course, we are pinning along on Pinterest, minding our own business when, all of a sudden we pin, pin and look at our feed. Within seconds we had pined a black and white horizontal striped chair, and separately pinned a photo of a trendy weekend look, featuring a gal wearing… you guessed it… a horizontal striped shirt.
What’s up with that? Are we secretly obsessed with this look?
A came across a website that does exactly this sort of thing. It translates decorated rooms into a complete outfits with the same exact look and feel.
Inspired to Share also did it below.
And a Newfound Treasure did it too…
“Being a Mommy doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your own personal style. Wear pumps, and little black dresses to the supermarket with your 3 kids”- RT
We love fashionable mommies! In fact, we’ve covered the amazing fashion of our fav posh mommy Victoria Beckham. Today we are overjoyed to congratulate her on baby # 4!! Lets hear what our editor, has to say about Maternity/ Fashion when you’re a mommy of multiples.
Like Victoria, our very own Briana Iwuji, is a bussines savvy mom, and soon to be mother of three.
RT: What’s the secret to getting the Victoria Beckham style?
BI: I think its all about confidence, and of course adding professional pieces to your wardrobe.
RT: Do you have style advice for moms or soon to be moms?
BI: One thing I’m not going to advocate is for moms to wear baggy or “comfy” clothes once they make the plunge into motherhood.
I think as moms, we sacrifice alot for others. The key to maintining that Beckham style after your little ones are born is to just stay true to yourself. Follow fashion trends and blogs, but that does not mean that you have to follow them. Adjust trends to meet your personal style and everyday life.
RT: What happens to mom’s fashion when there’s multiples involved?
BI: Its just a factor of time really. The best advice I can give is for mom to learn how to plan and manage her time wisely. Dressing up is supposed to be fun in every stage of a woman’s life.
An Era to Remember
Creating a blockbuster hit is only half the battle. Costume design and wardrobe can play such a major impact in the success of a film, of course when all other important factors are in place.
It looks like the roaring 20’s will have to take a backseat, because there’s a new sheriff in town.
Forget the flapper girls and zoot suits for a moment. Beautifully designed and constructed garments in such films as Atonement and The Purple Rose of Cairo are great examples of how structured garments can transform into soft and romantic pieces with the help of beautiful and romantic backdrops and cinematography that’s just right. Cue any romantic scene in Life is Beautiful.
According to this recent Wall Street Journal Article the 1930s look is dominating as a fan favorite on recent runways.
Both Balenciaga and Miu Miu featured 30s inspired clothing in their dazzling fall runways. Ahh the 30s makes us all want to make a trip to our nearest vintage store in search of treasure. What about the cinematography and musical backdrop you ask? It will all come into play once you step outside wearing your vintage 1930s yellow peacoat. Viva la 30s.
Tell us, what’s your favorite movie of the 1930’s era?
Google announced, the launch of their fashion website Boutiques.com. The website allows shoppers to create profiles of their personal style, likes and dislikes. The site then categorizes each shopper’s style based on these results.
If you are wondering where and how a site like this could be of interest to Google, it’s probably because Boutiques.com uses the same smart algorithms as Google to enrich SEO. For instance, a shopper can scroll though “boutiques” of other users, and “like” articles of clothing within a collection. This information is used to create and predict shoppers preferences, to suggest items of clothing they might be interested in from retailers from around the world.
The website also creates a collection of inspiration looks to support each clothing category. If you are searching for skinny jeans, the site will gather inspiration looks from sites like lookbook.nu, polyvore, and weardrobe.com to help you find the perfect look.
This site is nothing less than the Google equivalent to the uber fashionista. Leave a comment below– is this new Google site a “like” or a major “dislike”?
Gearing up for London’s fashion week fashion house Burberry, has announced its plans to début its fall/winter 2010/2011 women’s line on February 23rd, through live 3-D video streaming in New York, Paris, Los Angeles, Dubai, and Tokyo.
Through invite only, live from The Chelsea College of Art, live screenings of the show will stream utilizing SKY Television’s 3-D technology. Around the world New York’s Skylight studios, Paris’ Colette, Dubai’s The Address, Tokyo’s La Fabrique for ‘’Burberry Night’’, and an event in Los Angeles hosted by The Daily Beast are all set to host screenings of the 3-D spectacular. Burberry will stream the show on its website seen here.
Backstage at Paris’ Mens Fashion Week yesterday, R&B Singer Chris Brown, who has appeared in recent news for battering his girlfriend, posed along side bloody-face designer, Jean Paul Gaultier.
Following the theme of boxing, Gaultier’s runway this season featured fake cuts, blood and bruised faces.