During the other many WM events Gail ran into Barbie and Alicia as well. I reviewed Barbie's look previously here. Seeing this bag though, I will add that I wish she had chosen a more interesting piece, something with color or a cleaner, edgier style instead of this bulky, tufted affair. Foxy indulged her 70's casual-glam side with this (sadly sold out) Colorblock Plisse Maxi dress from BCBG Max Azria. Her chestnut suede bag adds to the earthy-luxe vibe perfectly, while her bold gold lariat necklace brought in her usual touch of off-beat uniqueness. I'm imagining a pair of coordinating chunky-heeled wedges to finish :). Christy was in attendance as well, wearing punk-tinged faded-gray skinny denim, topped with a mod-meets-vintage dotted sheer-yoked black shirt. She completed the look with sporty black high-top sneakers and added a hint of flash with her silver necklace. The simple color palette helped to harmonize a look that spanned a number of genres. Gail's ensemble started with a micro-crystal embellished asymmetrical halter top. She balanced its wide, swingy shape with slim, black shorts and strappy lace-up sandals.
If you ever told me I was going to be loving a look with fringe and suspenders, I would have suggested you start looking for your lost mind. But here I am, loving it. And it's all due to Foxy Fierce. I can't imagine anyone else pulling off this daring look that indeed combines suspender pants with a leather vest and black suede fringed OTKs. It sounds like it can't possibly work, like it ought to be a complete hot mess. But it doesn't. And I LOVE it. It's creative, and daring. It's risk-taking that Foxy pulls off like a boss! The monochrome palette works to tie everything together and the disparate textures brings visual interest over and above the instant impact of the envelope-pushing suspender styling. This is brilliant and fierce. Reason #1846845262 why I fangirl over Foxy.
We have a couple of wintry looks from Lana to revisit. First up is this velvet bodycon dress, topped with a fur vest and accessorized with a fur ear-flap hat and lacy stockings. Suede OTKs completed this dark look, which she popped with bright lips. Although I'm not a huge fan of how such casual a hat interacts with this more formal dress, I love the textural variation of her hosiery. It comes off more daring and suggestive than feminine and adds a seductive vibe to this ensemble. The hat work far better with her next, more casual, look which reprises the vest and OTKs, but combines them with a black top and leggings. The play on proportion here, with the slightly cropped styling of the vest, is excellent and has a breezily fierce vibe. Next up is more fur, this time in a bolder car coat length. It acts as the topper for a sheer-inset embellished bodysuit and red denim. Lace-up OTKs complete this daringly fun look. I love the red and black combo, that FABULOUS coat and (of course :)) her boots! I wouldn't have minded a simpler bodysuit here; it would have set off the other strong elements nicely. With a more complex piece, like this, its sexy intrepidness is the focal point, while the other selections act more as supporting players. Lana was holiday-festivity ready in this forest green velvet double-breasted bodycon dress. It also boats a sprinkling of gold glitter, if a stunning color, rich texture and trendy styling isn't enough for you :). The green is lovely and Lana was spot on in completing the look with crave-worthy slim, strappy metallic gold sandals that pick up on the hardware in the dress. She completed the look with a crystal choker. It's all fit for a celebrating Queen, although with everything else going on in the look, I could have been happy with a simple, wide gold collar or choker instead of the glittering crystal. Her final look is a wonderful reminder of just how versatile Lana is as a style goddess. From all this fierceness and fabulosity, she spun 180 to this casually classic combo of a cropped white tank with blue denim. She added a camo jacket for a touch of color and easy attitude. Iconic white sneakers finished the look, while a beautiful fishtail braid gave it a little fancy touch that lent consequence and puled-together-ness to the ensemble. I love how she constantly keeps me interested in her fashion by these periodic (and competent!) curveballs.
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