Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Harper's Bazaar March 2013

This is the month for gold embossed bags, shoes, accessories and more! Here are some of

 Bazaar’s top picks -
Photo Credit - Eddie Borgo
Photo Credit - Harper's Bazaar, Roger Vivier minaudière
Photo Credit - Harper's Bazaar, Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière
Photo Credit - Harper's Bazaar, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci

Photo Credit - Harper's Bazaar, Christian Louboutin sandal

Here are what in this month -
“1. Clever minaudieres
2. Clear Clutches
3. Intricate Earrings
4. Fringed Footwear
5 Studded Cuffs
6. Tassel Necklaces
7. Lace-up heels
8. Chic chain straps”
My homework for the month, find the outfit where I  can wear all of the trends in one go and then be able to dress bummy the rest of the month.

How to wear this month’s trend -
How to wear black pants - tailor up that wardrobe  standby, the black trouser, gets a revamp this season with a slim, soigne silhouette. Instead of with a slouchy top, the style looks newest when paired with a menswear-inspired sleeveless jacket worn over a bra top.”

How to wear the new tuxedo - black tie; the new Saint Laurent collection made it clear that this is going to be a big year for the tuxedo. The latest take? Pairing yours with a pussy-bow blouse and chic single-sole pumps. For pants, keep them lean and long. Come evening, accessorize with a sleek matching minaudiere.”

How to wear the blouse - the lastest classic; there are few things more ladylike or timeless than a fresh white blouse paired with a black pencil suit. Whether you’re going with a  button down, draped, or peasant-style, make yours modern by adding a gold choker and ultra feminine pumps. Keep your hemline at or just below, the knee.”

“How to wear sleek snakeskin - style; it’s the year of the snake, and an elegant dress, bag, or shoe is one of the easiest ways to incorporate it into your wardrobe. A plethora of python sheath dresses and clutches is on the market right now waiting to be snapped up. Wearing just one serpentine element makes it more memorable.”

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