Published on April 2, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
The first bomber jackets made a comeback last year, and the sports trend is here to stay. This Spring, the bombers in the Filippa K and T By Wang collections got a feminine update in gelato colors, which makes it the perfect transitional jacket. Wear it now with a white silk shirt and black leather pants or in Summer with a pencil skirt or shorts.
Image borrowed from Charlie May
Published on March 25, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
No need to store your felt hat just yet, as it is just as useful in Spring showers as snowstorms.
Published on March 21, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Remember that time when backpacks were called BacSacs and subway trains and stations were bombed with pieces by Keith Haring or Lee? One of the most iconic bags in the Art trend this Spring is the Chanel graffiti backpack.
Since no eighties girl would be fooled by the $3400 (!) price tag, it was only a matter of time before the web was bombed with cool DIY’s. Follow these steps by ChicCheat, be prepared to get messy and you’ve got your own Bricolage, which means DIY in French so Karl should have seen this coming.
Choose a normal size or a mini version, which is great for the coming Summer Festival season. To avoid a shameless copy and make the bag more personal, I’d suggest you use your own initials and hometown instead of CC, Rue Cambon, Paris.
If your totally NOT in the mood for a crafty Sunday, try a vintage search for an original canvas and leather BagSac backpack now before prices will reach the sky as backpacks are making a serious comeback.
Streetstyle image borrowed from Le 21éme
Published on March 11, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Black tutu and black sneakers, fashion should always be this much fun. Image borrowed from Tommy Ton
Published on March 10, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Spring is in the air, your black winter looks get a transitional makeover with a classic breton stripe tee. And forget Kenzo tigers or Homies jokes, this year we do a Disney DIY as seen on Yasmin Sewell. Image borrowed from Tommy Ton.