All posts tagged: rag & bone

That 70’s Show

If you’ve been paying close attention to the trends coming out of NYFW, then you’d know that the 70’s are having their moment. Everything from fringed detailing, knee-high boots, and DVF’s iconic wrap dress have all played an incredibly important part in the overall look. But there’s only one item which has left me utterly astound, with tiny stars glistening in my light brown eyes. That particular look is none other than flared denim. If you’re familiar with the late 60’s and early 70’s, then you’re aware of the essential role flared denim played during that time. Everyone from Jane Birkin to Laura Hutton was spotted donning the look, looking every bit like the sophisticated 70’s queens they were. Shows such as Tory Burch and Creatures of the Wind all incorporated the look into their collections, with an underline bohemian vibe thrown in. Being a skinny jeans girl myself, I found it slightly hard to wrap my head around the overall trend. I like the fit of skinny jeans and the slimming effect the provide. …

Three Ways To Wear Mesh!

Now that NYFW has finally started, we can finally get an idea of what will be trending this spring. One look that appears to be evident in most collections is the look of mesh. With a vibe that’s both sporty and sophisticated, this particular trend is by far one of my favorites. But some of you might be a little hesitate as to how you can wear the look without appearing as if your heading to gym class. No need to fret. Incorporating this ultra-chic look into your wardrobe is a lot easier than you might think. It’s all about choosing the right amount of mesh you would like to showcase. After all, you don’t want to look like a fisherman. Above are three examples I’ve complied together on how you can simply include the look into your outfit. Enjoy! Three Ways To Wear Mesh! by sandrarose featuring a jeweled collar necklace

Three Ways to Wear Turtlenecks

When I was young, I used to hate turtlenecks. The suffocating sensation I’d get while wearing them always bothered me, and I always thought I looked incredibly odd. But between childhood and now, something evidently changed. Now, I seem to gravitate towards the sweater and have a rather large collection. But not everyone shares my love for the turtleneck. In fact; many actually hate it and I don’t blame them. Turtlenecks can be rather tricky to wear. Too tight and they make you appear as if you’re choking. Too loose and the can make you look dumpy. But when worn right way, the turtleneck can actually be really chic. Remember Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face? Now that fall is well on it’s on its way, sweaters are popping up everywhere. From cable-knits to oversized; sweaters are a complete must for this season and why not try your luck with a turtleneck? For some inspiration on how to style your turtleneck, just check out the three outfits I’ve put together below!   FROM LEFT: Berry Cashmere …

Celebrity Style Fave: Poppy Delevingne

Celebrity Style Fave: Poppy Delevingne by sandrarose featuring jo no fui I usually find that 99% of the time, models usually have an excellent eye for fashion, thus making them style icons in the process. One of those individuals happens to be none other than Bristish model, Poppy Delevingne (big sister to infamous British model, Cara Delevingne). Her look is polished with minimalistic undertones and just a touch of boho edge. She combines refined pieces with vintage inspired items for a East coast meets West feel. The unexpected feel of her ensembles are refreshing as well as surprisingly chic. To emulate Poppy’s look try pairing bohemian inspired pieces with sophisticated and elegant ones. Pair a floral dress consisting of a low-high hem with ankle booties and a structured blazer or tailored trousers with a faux fur vest for a urban hipster feel. Cobalt Blazer-MASC $995 Faux Fur Vest-Ju No Fui $1,076 Polka-dot Trousers-Dolce & Gabbana $575 Suede Ankle Booties in Toffee-Rag & Bone-$649 Quilted Chain Strap Bag-Chanel $4,249 Floral Strapless High-Low Dress-Xhilaration $25