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Tropicana

January 12, 2012

After posting about the bold floral and tropical trends to expect this spring, I’ve found myself sifting through the web racks for relevant pieces to update my wardrobe. I’ve never been the “tropical vacation” type of girl (I get antsy after sitting on the beach for too long. So sue me!) but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy a good rainforest hibiscus print! Though Stella McCartney had my back (doesn’t she always?) with her Resort 2011 citrus prints, she’s come back again with more bright tropicali prints for her Resort 2012 collection (which also boasts some serious deck chair wonders) along with other designers and brands (Asos, Topshop, Tory Burch, Hawaiian gift shops).

I just purchased this floral suit from Asos and am getting tingling sensations of joy just from looking at this Mary Katrantzou dress.   And since you all know me as being the shop-a-holic type that stops at nothing, I’m obviously going to share all the other floral explosion pieces I’m currently coveting.

 

 

  1. Topshop Hawaiian Floral Bomber - $96
  2. SUNO Beaded Beach Mini Dress - $660
  3. Marc by Marc Jacobs Horizon Teal Floral Silk Pants - $430
  4. Rodarte for Opening Ceremony Floral High Heel Story - $528
  5. Tory Burch Dalton Printed Blouse - $325
  6. Asos Fabric Envelope Clutch - $81.81
  7. Citizens of Humanity Mandy Printed Jeans - $190
  8. Topshop Floral Lace Pleat Skirt - $76
  9. Zimmermann Idyllic Taped Shirt - $560
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A Week in Review

October 21, 2011
tags: 1920s, breast cancer awareness, costumes, fashion blogger halloween, fly, golden ticket, , mac cosmetics, , , , , , what to be for halloween, willy wonka
by Sonia

{ A very Runway Hippie rack of colors at Tory Burch }

This weekend is devoted to Halloween preparation. My friends and I are going pumpkin picking tomorrow morning, carving them tomorrow afternoon, and then spending all of Sunday working on costumes. I take Halloween pretty seriously (in the past few years I’ve been a fox, a cannibal, a unicorn, and a snail) and this is the first year that I’ve been disgustingly unprepared. Shame on me. As of now my two costumes are (yes, I always have two costumes) a fly and Willy Wonka with my friend who’s dressing up as a golden ticket. All this could change on Sunday, but it’s what I’m going with for now.

Here’s a look back at my fairly kerbobbled week which revolved around me stressing about Halloween…

{ Halloween decorations are finally up in my apartment }

{ Ruby Woo slobber }

{ Preview of a project I worked on for Breast Cancer Awareness Month }

{ Candy colored nails }

{ Drop dead gorgeous ’20s inspired pieces at the Tory Burch preview }