Tracy Reese is one of America's top designers. Tracy Reese is an African-American woman born in Detroit Michican in 1964 to a working class family. She started her own company designing clothes in 1987-1989. In her early years as a designer she designed for Perry Ellis and Magaschoni. She began the famous line Tracy Reese Meridien line better know as TR Plenty and Plenty Home in 1996. Her signature look is usually very clean and girly. Her latest runway collection is a bit more edgy and structured with a mix of her signature style. Take a look at some of the designs I like from her Spring 2011 collection:
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
The gold watch trend is roaring at the moment. The gold watch has made it's way back to the fashion scene after a 15 to 20 year hiatus. The gold Rolex (or look alikes) was a staple in the eighties when gold was trending at that time and now this look has resurfaced thankfully. I am currently on a search for the perfect reasonably priced quality Gold watch. When you flash a nice gold watch, it doesn't really matter what outfit you are wearing, your watch will be a headturner for sure. Take a look at some of the hottest versions out there:
Croton Gold Watch
The Native American inspired outerwear has been on my radar for sometime. The rich colored patterns are warm, inviting and capturing to the eye. I especially love the traditional patterns with modern style tailoring such as form fitting, A-line or waist-length cuts. This style is a fresh take on the traditional dark colored coat. Take a look at a few that captured by attention:
Monday, November 22, 2010
"I am a fashion person, and fashion is not only about clothes -- it's about all kinds of change. I'm open to everything. When you start to criticize the times you live in, your time is over."
Check out a few pics from his Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear runway collection:
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
The laceup ankle boot is a tres chic look that is hot this season. From the preppy school girl look to the sophisticated woman there are a wide variety of styles of laceups that compliment many different personality types. I added a few pics of chic women who really "worked" this footwear.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Aviator sunglasses are a must have this season. These are not just your regular eyewear accessory, the precious metal trimming is basically jewelry for the eyes. These unisex shades look spectacular on men and women. Although you can, there is no need to wear statement making jewelry when you rock these as this look is bold enough on its own. Originally designed for pilots, these shades give the illusion you are on the go.
Let's take flight!
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Equestrian Theme Tall boot
The Tall boot is a chic season staple. This boot is for the woman on the go who doesn't want to sacrifice her fashion sense to her busy schedule. This look is great with slim fitting pants and looks great on all women.
Statement Making Oversized Scarf
Scarfs draped over your neck and shoulders shows you are chic and aware of your fashion sense. It can enhance the most basic look.
Slim-fitting pants when worn tastefully (meaning the fit is proper for your size) looks great on women of all sizes. This look is figure flattering for any woman. Slim-fitting pants look nice with tall boots, ankle boots, flats or chic high-top tennis shoes. The hem should stop just under your ankle for the most flattering look.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
The Bell Bottom trend originated in the 1970's during the Hippie era. The trend is slowly but surely returning as we approach the second decade of the new millenium. I love the Bell Bottom jean look and the wider the bottom the more the pant has a slimming affect.
Check out a couple of Chic ways to sport Bell Bottoms:
Thanks to elle.com
This is Rachel Zoe's staple item. She is wearing 7 For All Man Kind. 7 For All Man Kind even made a version of the Bell Bottom jean in her name. Go Rachel!
Thanks to Denimblog.com
Thanks to allwomenstalk.com
I absolutely love how Katie Holmes is sporting this look. Effortless Fab.
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