So after being in bed for the past week with the flu, i finally finished making a list on what winter warmers i'll need (need an excuse to buy them) to take to france with me. I've been hunting for gloves for ages, and i finally came accross these two pairs of fantastic gloves which i'm sure will make my French trip oh so much more enjoyable.. mind you, i'm going to have to work a few extra Sundays in order to pay for the $450 DSQUARED2 gloves. The missoni socks and the Rag & Bone leg warmers are an absolute must though! Aren't they just fantastic?! And as for the Rodarte for Opening Ceremony tattoo tights, i just thought they were so kooky and couldn't say no to the, imagine them with a pair of ACNE pistol boots and the oh so fabulous Isabel Marant Suede Tunic. I know Summers approaching, but i'm definately a Winter supporter. Whats your favourite Winter accessory?
SO after being very slack for two weeks due to school starting again, i had an urge to do a post on the preppy look inspired by typical English private schools. Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger instantly came to my mind and the Hilfiger 2011 campaign is exactly what i had in mind. The simply styled clothes that look tailored and propper look inexpensive compared to other propper names such as Chanel. The way that these men have been able to make tennis skirts, riding jackets, pastel sweaters, coloured shorts and leather riding gloves look classy and wearable for day-to-day life is pretty damn genius. It made me wonder why my blazer couldn't be as tightly fitting, tailored and exquisite as the one above. After staring at many men modeling the original polos and pastel V neck sweaters it made me wonder why more guys don't dress like this more often! Any guy thaat had an outfit put together like that would definately catch my attention!
Preppy look is an old trend, but after this whole 'i just got out of bed' phase im starting to wish its turn would hurry up and come back around. What do you prefer, grunge/boho or preppy and propper?