Today, I would like to talk about my obsession with leather. I am vague with the term because I am in love with everything made out of this material: pants, jackets, dresses, skirts, tops, shoes, bags … you get the point. Leather has has become predominant in my wardrobe over the years.
The fedora hat dates back to 1882. Sarah Bernhardt wore it for her part of Princess Fedora Romanoff in the play “Fedora” by the French author Victorien Sardou. It became a popular fashion piece for women immediately especially amongst women’s rights activists. Although it went
My inspiration for this ensemble was an article by Liana Satenstein on Vogue magazine titled “Can Wearing Bright Colors Improve Your Mood”. The author contacted Constante Hart, a color therapy expert, to give her insight on how her wardrobe may have been shaping her mental health.
The British actress, Audrey Hepburn, is one of the world’s most admired muse of style. She was an active performer during Hollywood’s “Golden Age.” The film Breakfast at Tiffany’s personified her elegance beautifully.