September 7, 2012
February 15, 2011
[Images via MercedesBenzFashionWeek.com]
One of the things that is so great about Baraschi’s designs, and has made her so successful, is how easily her clothing translates from the runway into any woman’s wardrobe. For fall, the unifying theme amongst the variety of dresses was that they are all so wearable! Most prints offered a sassy point of view, such as a vibrant, pixelated floral dress, while another was adorned with an oversized martini.
The Luca Luca lady has, and always will be absolutely lovely, but it’s nice to see her experiment a bit more with color and silhouette this season, We’re loving the way the separates have been paired to show that one can look extremely pulled together, professional, and stylish, without nary a suit jacket in sight.
[Images via Elle.com]
Richard Chai Love
In an outerwear heavy collection, there was absolutely no pretension found in Chai’s fall 2011 outing, which showcased a mainly dark palette and a girl who is on the move and confident in her sartorial selections letting nothing get in her way to reach the top.
October 20, 2008
It was most definitely worth the wait to see the Richard Chai for Target collection hit 50% off! One of our absolute favorite items from the collection is this Richard Chai for Target Striped Crinkle Skirt in Paint Brush, now just $14.99 (was $29.99) at Target. Although the fabulously striped, flowing skirt is made of polyester, we think its a good faux rendition of silk. Add $4.98 for s&h.