Yeah, I know it's a bit odd to be celebrating Independence Day spirit at the end of July. But...in my defense...uh...actually I have no defense, I'm just running behind 'cuz life is BUSY, y'all. Still, any day can be a day of independence and a little extra celebrating never hurt anyone, right? ;) So, light up your sparklers (a sparkling smile will suffice :)) and let's get to it!
Maryse wows us on a continual basis by coming up with ever-evolving interpretations of a chic formula. The statement-coat-over-bodysuit look, paired with OTK's is her current slay-us-via-style genre. Lately, she has taken to ramping up the glam in the look by finishing it with massive, jaw-dropping necklaces. This one, a symphony of layered black stones set in a raindrop pattern gives this black monochrome look - already fabulous due to the complexity of her sleeveless trench- to a new level of bold elegance. I always enjoy seeing where Maryse leads us on her fashion journeys! She goes from dark glamour to red hot in her next look: a bodycon dress accented with some seriously daring cutouts, which are filled in with crisscross straps. Holy! The Sexiest Of The Sexy rides again. After we pop our eyeballs back in, can we talk about this ponytail? I love the juxtaposition of sleek with sexy!
Lana went for a sand-colored bodycon with an empire waist. This color has been all over fashion lately (especially paired with blush pink), and, even though it isn't red, white, or blue, I still love the soft warmth of the color for a summer picnic. Pop it with red or navy shoes and/or bag and/or jewels for a super classic look.
Renee's lace-up romper hits all the right color notes and is suitably free-spirited with its exotic paisley print. Her chunky camel shoes nod to both boho and the 90's and ground this look perfectly. The pairing is trademark Renee: lighthearted, functional and FUN. Adding it to the "To Borrow" list now.
Sasha's cutout pantsuit has a modern, architectural vibe that immediately caught my attention. It's simple, but strong - defintitely the kind of piece that makes an impression! Her "Boss" jewelry and bedazzled sunnies bring her personal spin to the look...but not nearly as much as her wedge sneakers do! They're a unique pairing with the jumpsuit and reiterates Sasha's claim on the sporty-street style territory she is carving out for herself. It's a theme that's different, interesting and makes her stand out.
EXCYYYYYYYUSE ME! Oh, that's right Fiercenti: Vickie, known around here as the Divine Ms. V is back on our screens...for now? Forever? Who knows! But what I do know is that she's lost none of her fashion sense during her time away. This black, cold-shoulder jersey dress is accented with luxurious gold hardware for a dash of glam with cougar power. This is how you make a(n) (re)-entrance!
Black was the color of the as Charlotte and Dana also donned it. Charlotte's biker-girl styling worked nicely, if not ground-breakingly. Her keyhole bodysuit added a nice touch of seductiveness to zippered moto pants and tough, mid-calf boots. I love how Char switches up genres for her style; it's one great way to keep things exciting and fresh! A bit less exciting are these split-leg pants from Dana. What the actual blank. I get the flowy is hot, I get that the double slit is a thing among certain sets rn, but I just can't get these. Not like this. And the real shame is that this look had something going on until then. This strap-accented crop top is super hot, without being at all too much. These metallic gladiators are yaaaassss - they're trendy, flashy, bada$$, all excellent adjectives for Dana and her look. Sssly, could we get a smoking pair of black cutoff shorts with this, please? That would have rocked! Maybe next time :) Rooting for ya, D!
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