Madrid-based label Delpozo made it’s New York Fashion Week debut over the weekend with an utterly impressive couture-like collection. Recently appointed creative director Josep Font combined organic architecture and the femininity of the Victorian era into futuristic yet elegant dresses, waist defining skirts with scalloped pleats, embellished wool tunics and pants, and delicate chiffon gowns. And of course, the unexpected color combinations made it all that much more delightful. I mean, burgundy and salmon? Swoon.
Dear Phillip, you had me at your first look this season: an embossed pink neoprene coat with a detachable leather bib. And then you continued to woo me with cross-body bags, motorcycle jackets, denim covered in custom patches, angora sweater dresses, and over-the-knee sandal boots. This cool-girl persona you’ve so masterfully created?! I want to be her.
Whether it be convex, federal, portholes, or eagle mirrors, circular mirrors are traditional, classic and chic accessories for the home. Did you know that some of the more traditional federal convex mirrors have thirteen balls surrounding them representing the original states of the union? There are some great options on Etsy, Ebay, and West Elm in case you’re in the market for one!
We can’t think of a more romantic do than a pretty crown of plaits, especially with Valentine’s Day just around the corner. For those of you that may be intimidated by this seemingly complex style, all it takes is sections of braids (the messier, the better) and a handful of bobby pins to help them stay in place. And for someone with shoulder length hair, I can even rock this look thanks to this tutorial from the ladies at The Beauty Department. Happy braiding!