FashionHap: Mid-July '16
Lana has been gracing us with gobs of hot bikinis lately...such a win, right? :) And she always has the thoughtfulness to pair them with heels for a little extra sultriness. (She mentioned heels+bikinis as being one of her fav combos one day on Instagram; we wholeheartedly second that motion!) String bikinis - especially with side ties - are one of my choice silhouettes so this one already has a lot going for it in my book. I also love the wild mix of bright color in the print. The multi-colored print formula also works beautifully in Lana's next offering, a floral romper done in soft blush. She paired it with nude heels for a thoroughly femme and of-the-moment look.
Stephanie's black monochrome combination of a tunic with skinny pants has exactly the polished, professional trendy vibe we'd expect from a managerial style queen. I love the hint of shine and formality brought in by her patent leather t-strap sandals, but what really gives this outfit its pizzazz is that gorgeous crystal statement necklace! It adds a big shot of glam to this look, giving the ensemble some attitude and providing just right kind of exclamation point to a simple canvas.
Maryse is at it again - this black bandage dress from House of CB (ID by fashionofthedivas.tumblr.com) is a jaw-dropper! Between the cutouts and the hardware, this piece warrants your undivided attention for some -likely lengthy- amount of time. Marsye wore it on two occasions. For the first, she paired it with classic nude, pointy-toe pumps for a slightly more demure look. For the second, she went for full-on fierce with lace-up peeptoe booties, which I slightly prefer. If you're going to slay any which way, why hold back? ;) Which look do you like best?
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