Blend in with the distressed, weekend look , a pencil skirt also happens to be the denim silhouette to wear this summer. Erin Wasson looks cool in hers from Swede-founded Frame Denim (left). Try the brand’s bleach, distressed version, the Le High stretch-denim pencil skirt ($235, right).
Bandana Of Outsiders: The rebellious Americana brand recommends you tie a kerchief around your hair, in the campaign images for their women’s Resort 2015 collection. (Band Of Outsiders)
This open weave scarf from Trademark ($58, www.trade-mark.com) is also cute knotted around the neck. (The better to dry off with when the sprinklers nail you by the mizuna greens)
Peasant blouses might be taking the whole farm-to-table movement too literally, but we can’t resist this embroidered Altuzarra (on sale at $369, Barney’s).
Certainly earthy, espadrilles are bubbling up as the next-great-fashion-shoe. (Detail from Tomas Maier Resort 2015)
Rag and Bone’s Sayre II Espadrille ($450) gives you a stable base for shopping cart duty.
Stuff your groceries in this canvas sling tote ($26, baggu.com) from Brooklyn-based reusable bag company Baggu.
All-over madras looks like a faintly good idea in this Trademark Resort 2015 lookbook (left), but urban peasants can stick to the city-ready plaid of the label’s Wright Dress ($168, right).
With so much emphasis on the new season the current one can feel a little drab. I have definitely gotten to the stage of simply recycling the same old things on days too warm to be pulling out more Autumnal inspiration. 175 more words
So, I have been wearing my pink Keds nonstop! I looooove them!! Plus, the shoelaces are super cute!! Pretty much any color goes with hot pink….we’ll, I think it does:) You can’t go wrong pairing pink with black and white! 42 more words