Denim jackets—they’re pretty much a wardrobe essential for everyone, men and women alike, regardless of what your personal style might be. However, as universal and versatile as the may seem, they just don’t seem to cut it when the cold weather rolls around. The solution? Sherpa.
A classic accessory that’s making a total comeback, pearls are being featured in a big way for the upcoming fall season. However, they’re no longer the ones you once wore while channeling Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Teamed with rhinestones and studs on sandals, jeans, jackets and more, pearls have become the embellishment of choice for pretty much everything.
If there’s one shoe trend that’s dominating spring, it’s the mule. This slide-on style is being spotted everywhere, from New York Fashion Week to the streets of Orange County. And it’s no secret why everyone’s wearing it—mules are chic, easy and best of all, comfortable. Because there’s no back, you can officially say goodbye to those terrible ankle blisters most new shoes leave us with.
Last fall, I had the opportunity to do a photoshoot in Venice Beach for two of my favorite fashion labels: Carmar Denim and Emma & Sam. This was my first real collaboration and I was extremely excited to represent brands that I truly love and actually wear on the reg. We spent the day on the eclectic Venice Beach boardwalk trying to capture that iconic California vibe the brands are known for. Despite a few alleyway outfit changes and awkward wardrobe malfunctions that come with street-style shoots, I have to say, I think we succeeded.
Although sometimes taboo, the old saying ‘opposites attract’ does ring true, especially in the fashion world. Things that aren’t technically supposed to go together oftentimes make the best combination. Ergo, lace and leather. Who doesn’t remember Britney’s infamous song off of her comeback album Circus? And even though Britney doesn’t alwaaays get it right (she’s been spotted on the worst dressed list just once or twice), this time, she was right on the money.