FashionHap: Early July 2017, II
Brie caught our attention with this look which encapsulates her trademark boho flair. It pairs an antique rose peplum blouse with flowing sleeves and blue denim. I love Brie's coordinating mauve and periwinkle-gray make-up palette. ANd, of course, who can resist her pucker face? :) A white bead necklace and a gold pendant add polish to this vintage-casual look. She kept that vibe coming with her next outfit, a lovely ivory lace off-the-shoulder dress (the Marissa from Adelyn Rae) with black trim and a black bow at the bodice. I'm especially a fan of the ruffled-and-trimmed hem; there's something so sweetly throwback about that styling! Her low pony kept the look polished, but not overly formal. I would lay good money she completed this look with either black or ivory sandals :).
Brooke was also continuing in bohemian mode, pairing a navy tank with cut-off denim shorts. The highlight for me is the way she updated the look by topping it with a woven ivory fringe vest - it gives the outfit a trendy nod and upgrades the visual interest dramatically. I confess that I could live without the addition of the headband, but I love the laidback earthiness of her caramel sandals!
Naturally, I can't do anything but rave over Cathy's outfit here: it has yellow! And what an amazing piece of yellow it is :) This spot on-trend one-shoulder ruffle top is from J. Crew (and is still available (and on sale!) here). She puts into a classic pairing with blue denim. With a statement that vibrant, you don't need much else to complete a look. Cathy adds a rose lip shade and ta-da: done and stylish. That's waaaay too easy, right? Finish with neutral (or yellow! :) I just had to get that in) heels or flats.
We got a glimpse of Emma at the Mae Young Classic in a sheer-and-pieced crop top set above a black brassiere and mulberry pants. I'm not generally a fan of bra-baring styles, but I like the way it works here. The look comes off youthful and modern and it works on Emma. She also gets props for her choice of pants. The unusual and beautiful color makes this ensemble much more interesting. It helps her OTK boots to really stand out as well. This is a great look from Emma - it has a fierce, cool-girl vibe without feeling either too fussy or too nonchalant.
I have to take a moment and comment on the #FloralBomberSquadGoals going on among current and former Divas. If you didn't know the floral bomber was a thing..and a HUGE thing at that, well, now you do :) Becky, Lita and Charlotte all showed off their own different rendition of the concept in a group pic that I can't help but love! The various animals and etc's give a vaguely Asian-meets-comic vibe to al of these piece, which makes them perfect for adding a dose of whimsy to casual LBD's or other relaxed all-neutral pairings. Less quirky floral-only pieces are equally on-trend atm and have even greater longevity as closet additions.
Emma was handling media in Singapore in this paisley-printed maxi dress. The dark edging on this piece grounds it and lends a maturity to the look that you don't often see with this exotic print. In classic Emma fashion, she finished the look with flat thing sandals. They work perfectly here, keeping the look polished and thoughtful, but still casual. Lastly, shout-out at this bikini snap from our favorite Aussie. Snake print isn't usually my thing, but I'm loving the peachy-terra-cotta tones in this particular one. They look amazing with Emma's skin and the contrast with the gray and white really makes them pop. With the addition of strappy bottoms, this is a super-fun bikini that definitely brings some attitude and Emma works it flawlessly - look at that stare! Her poses and facials have really come a long way and I'm thrilled by that!
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