Lana was a blushing beauty in this pale pink tank dress. She kept the look monochromatic by finishing it with chunky-heeled ankle strap sandals. I love the shoes in and of themselves, but I'm not sure I'm 100% sold on pairing them with such a casual dress. They should help to elevate it, but they feel a little off here and I think jewelry (a long semi-formal pendant necklace for example) or a wide leather belt might have helped the look be more cohesive. This way, without accessories, I might have gone with sneakers or light-colored ankle booties. I do love her low pony; it shows off her shoulders and fits with the laidback, sporty vibe.
Maryse turns the seduction on full blast in this criss-cross strapped dress from Hot Miami Styles (also worn by Lana last fall, in pink). The fiery red hue just makes the piece that much more scintillating and Maryse's pulled-back hair lets the focus stay on that head-turning central detail. Since she wore the dress around Independence Day, I'm fully supporting white or blue heels to complete the look! :). Next up is a white lace-and-sheer sheath dress from Revolve Clothing. Maryse paired it with black Nudist sandals from Stuart Weitzman. This look is not only classic Maryse, it's classic period. The white and black combo goes heavy on the white, making it feel just right for summer. The delicacy of the sandals enhances that light-as-air quality. They're echoed by Maryse's dark nails, while her peach-pink lip brings in a touch of warmth. This look is simply chic from head to toe! I'm even crazier about her second outfit with the Nudist sandals: this forest green satin slipdress. The midi length is sophisticted and on-trend, as is the slipdress silhouette, but what really thrills me is this color -it's glorious! This rich jewel tone looks amazingly luxe, especially done in this shimmering satin. We've seen Maryse have success with this shade before and this rendition runs true to form. It works for summer (although I might have considered silver sandals to lighten the look a bit more); add a faux fur jacket and ankle booties to transition it into fall.
McKenzie has consistently impressed me with her fashion since she popped on to my radar and this embellished dress she wore for Slammiversary doesn't tarnish her record. The embellishment is of perfect scale for her and on-trend, the fit of the sheath is splendid and the color combination is iconic. I like that she chose something a bit more formal for a big PPV event. I have one thing on my wishlist here: I wish she had gone with white (or black) shoes here, as I feel that the light nude hue can sometimes juts look dirty when paired with white. The strappy styling is a definite win though!
Streetwear looks have been few and far between from Natalya this summer, so it was wonderful to see her out and about in this black jumpsuit. The clean, edited styling is just what I'd expect from this Queen Of Classic chic. I love the addition of the belt for added waist definition - I wouldn't even have minded a more dramatic version with a touch of embellishment or a bit more hardware. I'd put good money she completed this look with black strappy sandals or pointy toe pumps. Either one would be an excellent choice.
Nikki was looking polished in white as she wore this Jonathan Simkhai set to a summer event. It appears simple at first, but there are a number of details that make this outfit quite fun and special. First, the coordinated button detailing on the pants and cropped top is an up-and-coming trend that allows the wearer a certain degree of customization regarding how much skin is shown. Nikki applies it to her pants with subtlety, which allows her to get a bit more dramatic with her top. It's her styling that's standout there, as she drapes it off of one shoulder for a look that's trendy and sexy at the same time. Lastly, she adds a punch to the look with bright aqua suede pumps. I'm a huge fan of colored shoes and I love the way they immediately snap this ensemble into high gear! A tiny pendant and pin-straight center parted hair complete this modern minimalist look with streamlined polish.
Oh Sasha :s. The Boss wore this playful black printed dress in Japan during the WWE's most recent tour of the country and I can't quite get sold on the superhero-esque qualities. Minus that, I like the addition of a touch of color to the classic LBD. I like Sasha's use of funky, colored sneakers as a finisher even more. I would love this styling done with a dress that has just a bit more maturity. All my reservations were immediately forgotten when I saw her next look, though: this jewel-encrusted jacket makes me swoon every time I see it! Sasha's styled it similarly to my earlier suggestion - she skipped the white tee and blue denim for an all-black ensemble, but the theory of casual basics below this statement piece is the same. I LOVE this look. LUH-UHVE! The jacket takes center stage, as it deserves and is intended to. Everything else acts as a quiet backdrop and, as a result, the jacket pops. Black suede OTKs round things off. Boom. Magnificent look! I couldn't resist including a close-up of the jacket so you can really savor all the divine detailing: the mix of jewels and colors, the massive pearls, the golden cording. I'm in heaven! She slays again with her next outfit, which is a riff on the same theme: all black monochrome below - with laser cut leggings swapped in for the denim - paired with a statement jacket. This time, it's a fringed-embellished zip-front piece done in blush pink. I was surprised to see such a sweet color on Sasha, but it works really well, with the black helping to temper the saccharine quality. I also love that she chose a jacket with bold detailing and some rocker edge. The big statement feels right for her style personality and she totally sells it. Since this was a summer look, I wouldn't have minded some sandal-booties instead of the OTKs, but that's splitting hairs. This is stellar!
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Brie: shoe-lover :) fashion-lover and generally glamorous semi-dork
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