A few days ago I talked about how much I enjoy using Barnes and Noble to catch up on my gossip and be inspired in the Starbucks section. My latest adventure found some cool things I'd like to share.
Here we have US Cosmo, UK Marie Claire, People Style Watch, UK Glamour, and US OK! - Some of my favorites..
On trend is color blocking, and another trend: using close hues in the same color family. Orange and Red = yummy warmth, but the outfit is a bit "I'm a bad receptionist who takes 3 smoke breaks, has a secret night job, and really wants to teach underprivileged children."
I really dig her chic precision bob though - definitely looks like the work of Phillip Wilson or Nicolas French, it departs from the usual Paul Mitchell cult cutting style, and although editorial, [the hair] still holds a candle to Gaga's hair from The Fame Monster album cover. Mmm.
Mmmmmmmm... Leopard... I'm loving this. It's neutral with pop, casual, but different, and well put together from a design aspect. The shirt is as flowy on top as the skirt on the bottom, but the high waste of the skirt over the shirt creates a brilliant hourglass balance and brings the shape back in.
The bag brings structure being square and neutral against the organic feel of the outfit, and the small accessories add personality and excitement without overloading the overall design of the outfit. I worry about the shoes, but I just am not a wedge fan... probably would opt for red toms, or a cute summer open sandal with the effect of the gold tone from the bag. Inspiration for me!
Any one who knows me, knows how much I love Kim K-dash, but Honestly, Cosmo, you couldn't think of a better title than, "How Kim Stays On Top?" How about, "Why Kim Enjoys Being On Top." - Nuf Said.
Leighton I want your trestles. Despite the fact the girl is wearing.. well what she is wearing, her hair is amazing and more visually interesting than her shattered latex dress. Officially added to my dropbox.
Oh my holy wonderful. This takes the cake. Delicious!!!!!!