Florals will be front and center for you this spring!
They have been plastered all over the runway, celebrities have been wearing them for months — and now it’s our turn. I love this limited edition dress — it’s a steal at only $27.80 — from the Twist collection at Forever 21.
For those of you who think it’s too early to buy such a pretty print, you can actually wear these with black opaque tights (like model Jacquetta Wheeler does) and a boot or high heel. You can layer a cardigan and belt the Rosy Sweetheart Dress as well, then shed the layers when it gets warmer.
Giddyup and go in this satin sweetheart dress with a romantic rose pattern, pleated short sleeves, deep slit pockets, and a bubble hem. All that’s missing is a pair of cowboy boots.
– Padded cups
– Shell: 54% polyester, 42% cotton, 4% spandex; Lining: 100% polyester
– Hand wash cold, tumble dry
– Sized small to large
Chanel did them. So did Louis Vuitton. So, say hello to this spring and summer’s hot trend: The high-heeled clog.
So, yes, my closet is a combination new stuff, older stuff and the dawning of the age of Aquarius. Every time I see a clog or that Doctor Scholl look, I go bananas and collect. And if that’s not all, the heel height makes me crazy because being a short girl, the regular clogs make me look like I’m standing in a pothole.
These $130 Jeffrey Campbells? I just clicked and paid for them on the spot. (Word to the wise: the style runs a size short, so they recommend you choosing one size up.) The classic clog shape, complete with brass tacks and convertible strap-atop an amped up wood bottom are quickly becoming a crowd favorite. Plus, I love the big gold studs and I love how great they look with mini-skirts or jeans.
– Leather upper
– Convertible strap
– Brass tack detailing
– Leather lining
– Rubber outsoles
– 4″ wood heel with 1″ platform