This is my final pink set made for breast cancer awareness, but the cause continues throughout the month of October. If you haven’t gotten a pink ribbon yet, you should. The longest pink lunch table in the world was hosted in Oslo today. 1500 people showed up for the pink lunch in celebration of the pink ribbon cause. This year the focus is on those living with incurable breast cancer. And the question for everyone is “do you spend your time well?”. A question everyone needs to give some thought. The goal is to never have to say “I wish I had” and instead say “I’m glad I did”. Get checked, and spend your free time building bonds with friends and family. After all, our memories are what makes us who we are, so make good ones:)
The military trend was seen all over the runway for fall /winter 2014 with Balmain in the lead. Uniform details, pockets upon pockets, strict silhouettes, structured tailoring, high waists and loose-fitting, pilot inspired and with khaki as the dominating color.
I’ve chosen a short dress from Jonathan Saunders and added a loose fitted military sweater on top of it. The sweater is from John Lewis and it mixes a great bit of casual in with the chic.
Armed with lace-up military boots from Stuart Weitzman and a geometric clutch from Narciso Rodriguez this is the perfect outfit for an army inspired fashionista.
A vintage pleated cape from Nina Ricci puts the icing on this military cake.
Tomorrow it’s the first Sunday in Advent, and Christmas season has arrived.
Therefor my following sets might be a bit winter and/or Christmas inspired.
But even though we have frost, there’s no sign of winter and snow yet.
Unusual and very sad, but still hoping for a white Christmas.
I stands for IRIDESCENT:)
Iridescent and dazzling holographic outfits has been sparkling on the runway this season.
You will definitely stand out in the crowd wearing this trend, but for those who do not want to take it all out there are also a variety of shimmering shoes, and clutches to give your look that little extra glam:)