Mary Kate and Ashley’s upscale modern-bohemian line, The Row, has just unveiled it’s first stab at accessories. For now the sunglass collection will feature four styles: a classic metal aviator, an oversize square frame, vintage-inspired brow-line rims and a pair of ’60s-inspired round shades. The Row sunglasses range from $325 to $390 and will be available at Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman in the spring of 2010.
It’s official: black tights weather is upon us. But this season it’s not just about the typical opaque, high denier hose we’re all used to sporting – no, this season, the chicest legs will be stepping out in spots.
Have you ever come home after a night out and seen a pair of earrings that would have looked SO much better with that outfit, had you only seen them? One of the most difficult things about accessorizing is being able to visualize each piece of jewelry with your outfit. That is why having an organized jewelry area is so helpful. Here are a couple creative ways to store, display and organize your jewelry collection.
How are you displaying your jewelry?
Classic stripes are one of those eternal staples in your wardrobe that never go out of style. The stripe-top is easy to wear and very versatile: throw it on with distressed jeans for a more laid-back allure, or pair it with a mini and some statement accessories (see Olivia Palermo’s look below) for a more polished look. While Christopher Decarnin mastered the sea-worthy stripes with his glittering Breton top for Balmain’s Fall 2009 collection (a la Kate Moss), most of us can’t quite handle that type of investment. Here are some alternative options that won’t break the bank: