Get the Look: Suki Waterhouse

We love Suki Waterhouse, we love Coachella street style, and we love the Tommy Hilfiger 90’s inspired outfit Suki Waterhouse wore at the music festival.  See below for the details on how you can create the look for yourself.

 

Get The Look- Suki Waterhouse at Coachella
Do you love this look?  What are some of your favorite street style looks from festivals this year?
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The Best Fendi Buggy Street Style Snaps of 2015

Fendi’s buggies have been a huge hit since making their debut a couple years ago.  Since then, they’ve expanded beyond their initial start as a playful bag accessory and made their way into clothing, shoes, and pretty much everything else in between.

Spotted at Milan Fashion Week.

Spotted at Milan Fashion Week.

Check out these darling street style pics of the best Fendi looks of 2015.

Model arrives at the Fendi show during the Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 on September 24, 2015 in Milan, Italy.

Model arrives at the Fendi show during the Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 on September 24, 2015 in Milan, Italy.

Caroline Vreeland and Shea Marie.

Caroline Vreeland and Shea Marie.

Leaf Greener & her Fendi buggy keeping her Hermes bag warm.

Leaf Greener & her Fendi buggy keeping her Hermes bag warm.

Street style featuring the Karlito buggy.

Street style featuring the Karlito buggy.

Backstage at Fendi Spring 2015.

Backstage at Fendi Spring 2015.

Fendi buggy on a Miu Miu bag.

Fendi buggy on a Miu Miu bag.

Chiara Ferragni at Milan Fashion Week.

Chiara Ferragni at Milan Fashion Week.

Fendi buggy on a Prada bag at Paris Fashion Week.

Fendi buggy on a Prada bag at Paris Fashion Week.

Olivia Palermo wearing Louis Vuitton Sofia Coppola Satchel Bag, Gestuz Contrasting Sleeveless Coat, Westward Leaning Voyager 9 Sunglasses and Fendi Fur Buggie in Lucky Look.

Olivia Palermo wearing Louis Vuitton Sofia Coppola Satchel Bag, Gestuz Contrasting Sleeveless Coat, Westward Leaning Voyager 9 Sunglasses, & a Fendi Fur Buggie in Lucky Look.

The most coveted bag buggy of them all, featuring the one & only Karl Lagerfeld.  Spotted at Fendi's runway show in Milan.

The most coveted bag buggy of them all, featuring the one & only Karl Lagerfeld. Spotted at Fendi’s runway show in Milan.

Milan Fashion Week street style.

Milan Fashion Week street style.

Fendi buggy on a Fendi bag, photographed by Tommy Ton.

Fendi buggy on a Fendi bag, photographed by Tommy Ton.

Veronica Ferraro at the Fendi Bag Bugs event in Milan.

Veronica Ferraro at the Fendi Bag Bugs event in Milan.

Fendi heels & buggy on Hermes bag.

Fendi heels & buggy on Hermes bag.

Rocking the micro-Fendista shoulder bag & mini-Karlito

Rocking the micro-Fendista shoulder bag & mini-Karlito.

Spring 2015 Couture street style.

Spring 2015 Couture street style.

Chiara Ferragni (left) & Candela Novembre (right) wearing oodles and caboodles of Fendi.

Chiara Ferragni (left) & Candela Novembre (right) looking adorable in oodles and caboodles of Fendi.

Spotted outside Rochas.

Spotted outside Rochas.

What do you think of this trend?  Would you wear a buggy on your bag or sweater?  

Happy New Year!

xoxo

SHOE PORN THURSDAY: Aleksander Siradekian

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Aleksander Siradekian: The man, himself.

 

Aleksander Siradekian is a new shoe designer that’s managed to keep a low profile until now.  The brand’s signature heel is recognizable by a unicorn-like flowing fringe off the back of the heel.  Every year, the Russian designer’s beautiful, feminine heels are shown at Paris Fashion Week.  I recently stumbled across these red and black houndstooth stilettos, and am absolutely smitten.  Wear these to a holiday party with a LBD or with an A-line mini-skirt and tights.

 

Aleksander Siradekian Houndstooth Black and Red

Aleksander Siradekian Black & Red Manu Pumps, $800, via MoreIsLove

What do you think of these houndstooth pumps?  How would you style them?

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SHOE PORN THURSDAY: DSquared2

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DSquared2 is one of those super awesome labels that just exude a certain cool attitude, with a unique IDGAF kind of feel.  And these skeleton heel ankle boots are totally in on it (and kind of perfect for the Halloween season…).  The outsides of the boots have a shoelace-inspired lace-up closure that reminds me of equal parts Frankenstein and football, which isn’t an easy feat to pull off.

Wear them with anything and everything during any months ending in -ber.

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DSquared2 Skeleton Heel Ankle Boots, $1930

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What do you think of these boots?  What would you wear them with?  

Stay beautiful,

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How To Sound Like A Fashionista Even If You Aren’t (or, Shoe Types Decoded)

How To Sound Like A Fashionista Even If You Aren’t (or, Shoe Types Decoded)

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Read on for an elaboration of some of the most dizzying shoe types shown above (and some they neglected to give honorable mention).

Flatforms:  Shoes with a uniform-height platform wedge that run across the entire heel, popularized this season by designers such as Marni, Opening Ceremony, and Stella McCartney.

The Elyse, Britt and Binx Flatform shoes by Stella McCartney are currently part of the Fashion Week uniform

The Elyse, Britt and Binx Flatform shoes by Stella McCartney are the unofficial shoes of Fashion Week street style

Frye Boot: (See: The Buckle).

Lobster Claw: (See also: Armadillo Heels).  Famously popularized at Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2010 runway show, these heels are 10 inches high, and only 21 pairs have ever been produced.  They are rather impossible to get your hands on, and range from $3,900 to $10,000 depending on skin, style, and embroidery.

“The world needs fantasy, not reality. We have enough reality today,

“The world needs fantasy, not reality. We have enough reality today,” Alexander McQueen told the New York Times regarding his “Lobster Claw” heels (above)

Mary Janes: The name is taken from the character Mary Jane in the Buster Brown comic strip.   Characterized by a strap across the top of top the shoe running from ankle to ankle, fastened with a buckle.

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The Original Purveyor of the “Mary Jane” shoe style, Buster Brown

Mules: Heels with open backs to expose the ankle.  Whereas these heels were once reserved solely for “exotic dancers” (see Stripper Heels), they are currently trending in the fashion world.

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The Mule Heel: Not Just For Strippers Anymore!

UGG boots: (See also: Teenybopper, Guilty Pleasures, Things That Are So Bad They’re Almost Good, Velour Tracksuits, and Things Hipsters Will Find ‘Cool in an Ironic Sort of Way’ In 2 Years).

What are your favorite shoe types?  Did we miss any?  Share in the comments section below!  Also, be sure to check out the weekly Shoe Porn Thursday for a curated selection of the best, worst, and all-over craziest shoes around town.

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Street Style: The Hottest Looks from London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week began last Friday, and, as any fashioniado knows, what everyone is seen wearing in the streets is equally as important as what is being seen on the runway.

Check out the hottest looks below and find where to shop the pieces for yourself by clicking on the links underneath the photo.

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Wendy H Gilmore at LFW

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Yasmin Sewell at LFW

Yasmin Sewell

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Nausheen Shah at LFW

Nausheen Shah

What look is your favorite?

Street Style: 7 Quintessential Fashion Accessories

The most popular staples in fashion right now:

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1. The Bag:

The Celine Phantom Bag

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The days of the street style starlet clutching her Chanel 2.55 quilted bag will never be gone; however, the oversized (and mini!) Celine Phantom bag somehow turns any regular outfit into a fashionable masterpiece.

2. The Heels:

Valentino Rockstud Heels

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From diamond-encrusted to black leopard print calf-hair, Valentino Rockstud heels are a street style starlet’s best friend.  The cage gives off major sex appeal, while the pointy toe elongates legs, all while looking amazingly chic, which makes for a heel that men and women both adore.

3.The Cashmere Scarf:

Burberry Scarf

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Cozy and chic, this scarf is classic.  It looks perfect paired with a Burberry trench, and perfectly edgy when combined with a leather jacket.

4. The Belt:

Hermes ‘H’ Buckle Belt

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Originally we were coveting the Birkin, but now there’s an obscenely long wait list for the Hermes “H” belt.

5. The Silk Scarf:

Alexander McQueen Skull Scarf

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This classic skull scarf is the epitome of Alexander McQueen chic.

6. The Watch:

Bulgari Serpenti Watch

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This modern reinterpretation of Elizabeth Taylor’s vintage Bulgari watch quickly became the new arm party.

7. The Random Coveted Accessory with Eyes & Fur:

Fendi Buggies

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These little grumpy looking furry buggies quickly sell out every season since they emerged on the street style scene, and are only getting more and more coveted.

What are your favorite fashion staples of today?

Straight From NYFW: Awesome Street Style

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For street style fans, what environment could possibly be better stomping grounds than Fashion Week, the seasonal spectacle where editors, insiders, and trend-setters converge on New York, Paris, London, and Milan to see the latest designer collections?

MORE: To Discuss: Is New York Fashion Week Losing Its Relevance?

As expected, the fourth and fifth days of New York Fashion Week featured some pretty big and buzzy shows—3.1 Phillip Lim, Carolina Herrera, Karen Walker to name a fewand brought out big-name editors and insiders (Grace CoddingtonMiroslava Duma, Richard Chai, Gaia Repossi, Anna Wintour) celebrities (Dita Von Teese), and New York personalities. Of course, the shows also brought out folks whose names we don’t know, but impressed us with their serious fashion chops.

MORE: Insane NYFW Street Style: Days 3 and 4

Click through the gallery above for a selection of more awesome street style…

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Street Style: The Man Bag

A recent trend I’ve noticed is the Man Bag.   Sure, men have carried around briefcases and backpacks for centuries, but the man bag seems to be replacing both.  The reason for this is because bags can carry more than what you can fit in your pockets, a brief case is a bit too formal, and backpacks are rather inconvenient- having to unstrap and stop to get something out is anything but easy.  The Man Bag is especially helpful for New York City, where you learn to expect the unexpected.  Check out these photos of some awesome Man Purses, er, Bags I snapped recently while wandering around West Village in Manhattan.

Bag from Longchamp Paris

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NYC Street Style: East Village

In the past few weeks, the streets of New York City have been bustling with fashionistas from around the globe.  Some of the latest fashion trends I’ve noticed have been ombre colors, patterned jumpsuits, and bold stripes.  Here are some of my favorite looks from the East Village in Manhattan.

Camisha, wearing: Her sister’s tank top and thrifted harem pants

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