Cathy went for denim-on-denim in this December snap, pairing a button-down in a medium wash with dark skinny bottoms. She connected the two with a black leather belt and completed the look with banana yellow pumps, which naturally I love :). That said, the styling feels like it’s missing a little something. I would have liked her shoes and belt to be matchy-er ( a classic interpretation that’s very effective), or the addition of an accessory in a light shade to connect the whole look. She utilizes the belt again for her next look, this time connecting dark skinny denim to a shoulder-baring striped top. Here, her black wedge sandals make the look feel quite cohesive, while her burgundy tasseled bag adds a fun touch of whimsy.
We saw Charlotte do a very similar look to this back in September, except that here she went with wide leg pants instead of skinnies. I like the change and the very sophisticated vibe of the duster coat with the flowing pants. The one small tweak I would make is to do a full tuck with her blouse (or add a belt) to define her waist more. It would have pulled the look together, given it a solid focal point amid all the pieces with movement and made it feel a shade more polished and chic.
Sadly, we don’t get a really good look at this ensemble from Alicia, worn during her visit to Iraq this winter, but frankly when I see a studded jacket and OTK boots, I’m generally in right there. It looks like Foxy added a black top beneath all that fierceness and then threw in her customary fabulous twist by adding a floppy fedora. The color unites the look, while the variety of elements and unexpected accessory keep it fresh and intriguing. Trademark Foxy slayage. She was at it again, albeit with a much more casual take, in her next outfit, which paired a white tee with leather leggings, topped with a striped scarf and a faux-fur trimmed cropped moto jacket in a natural canvas-tone. She completed the look with fur-lined mid-calf boots and added a baseball cap in coordinating hue for good measure. I love how this look feels so easy and unstudied and yet retains a quiet glamour at the same time. It also happens to be a flawless use of winter white shades.
Lastly, she gives us a peek at her quirky side, this time channeling a hint of 80’s punk as she paired a colorful graphic tee with distressed acid-wash denim. So far, so solid. But it wouldn’t be Foxy Fierce without a dash of the unexpected which, in this case, comes in the form of printed leggings layered below, which show through the holes in her denim. This is such a great way to make a casual outfit playful and eye-catching. Her fashion always puts a smile on my face! She rounded out the look with black booties.
Maryse took her own turn in a fedora, combining this refined blush version with a cozy sweater from Free People. I wish we were able to see the whole outfit, but I’m loving the way the blush tones look set against the cool gray shades!
Maternity style represents its own sub-genre of fashion and I’ve been interested to see how two of the most fashion-forward of the Lady Superstars handled this often-challenging time. Maria went for polished boho as she topped a simple black ensemble with a waterfall duster-length cardigan. I love her choice of the cardi here –it brings panache and a standout detail to this look – which could easily have been very bland – and gives it consequence. Flat black knee boots complete the look with sophistication and practicality.
Maryse went through a mini love affair with red and black, first pairing this striped sweater with a knit midi skirt. This is a tough look to get right with a baby on board, but the strong, color-block effect of the sweater (which acts to define a high waist for her) makes this outfit work. Ordinarily we might have seen Maryse finish this off with black pointy pumps, but here she keeps it casual with black booties. I love that this is polished and stylish maternity look. Getting ready for a baby takes so much effort and energy that it’s easy to let yourself fall by the wayside, but I think enjoying the process of changing your fashion for this short, but exciting period in your life is one small, great way to nourish your self. Maryse worked a very similar look to Maria’s for her New Year’s outfit. The amazing heels are back ( I love those!), but I love her red duster even more because it’s covered with gleaming, super-sized paillettes! That is how you have fun with your new body shape, Moms-to-be! This is gorgeous and celebratory, yet not complex or difficult. Trust Maryse to bring slayage to every possible category of fashion ;).
Mckenzie was bringing her own version of sparkle to December with this sequined cropped cami from Zara. She paired it with skinny pants and added a black lattice bracelet on one wrist and a metallic gold bangle on the other. Black pointy booties finished the look. I’m a fan of her choice to elevate this combination with her accessories, as well as her selection of a peach-pink lip! I love its warmth when set against her black monochrome outfit. She cranks the killage into overdrive with her next outfit, pairing black pants paired with a magnificent red blouse. Not only is the color jaw-dropping, this piece has a number of special details that make it a statement item. First, there is the ruffled high color. Then, of course, there are the dramatic flared and pleated sleeves. Then, there is the subtle little puff at the shoulder seam that brings an added touch of vintage femininity to this strident blouse. I think I’m love. Mckenzie adds a smooth, simple hairstyle and a red lip and then gets out of it, wisely letting that blouse have center stage. This look is glorious. Finish with black, laced ankle booties or a fierce red pointy pump.
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