Art deco is a style which originated from 1920’s France and flourished throughout the ’30’s and ’40’s. The style is characterized by symmetrical, geometric shapes, bold colors and intricate embellishments. Back then, it represented modern glamour, luxury and exuberance. Today, it has become a popular influence on architecture, interior design and especially fashion. Moreover, a touch of art deco in an outfit channels the 1920’s glamour in all of us, and a necklace is a perfect statement piece to don the trend. Check out the top picks below, all for under $100.
Tweed has gone through a rejuvenation in recent times, and has become softer and more comfortable. It is making a fashionable comeback, and the 1950’s style suiting has been seen everywhere lately from jackets and pants to dresses, shorts, and even high heels (see the previous post about Nicholas Kirkwood for Erdem here).
I’ve been scouring the web for reasonably priced, high fashion tweed items, as it will be an autumn and winter fashion trend that will keep you warm and fashionable (a rare duo).
The fringe details on this Rebecca Taylor jacket makes it really stand out from the crowd, and the unique and classy take on a motorcycle jacket is simply stunning. Find it here.