. From practical choices like beanies or knee high boots to attention-grabbing handbags with gorgeous tribal motifs to chic metallic bracelets and cool belts, the palette of options is definitely varied.
“Our DesigNation collection from Catherine Malandrino blends Catherine’s feminine style and recognizable silhouette into wearable, timeless designs that allow women to express their personality at an exceptional value. We are confident the line will appeal to our customers and continue to position Kohl’s as the premier style destination they have come to expect.”
Retro-inspired and vibrant tropical patterns make floral prints a quintessential summer item.Floral print shoes, shorts, tees and handbags can add a burst of playfulness to any summer outfit, but floral print trousers are the ultimate showstopper.
Floral pants are romantic and feminine and so many celebrities are rocking this summer item. You inspiration is right here.
- The first thing to consider while buying a pair is your body type. If you’re petite you’ll want to go with a smaller pattern which will not over-whelm your smaller frame.If you’re tall you can get away with a bolder, large-scale design. And definitely pick a color combo that can easily blend into your current wardrobe and you are comfortable with as these floral pants quite a statement maker.
- Pair floral print with a matching solid colour of the same tone as the floral pant. And black almost always works.
If you think it is going to be cool out prepare with a solid- coloured sweater or jacket.
- Go easy on the accessories as you want the floral pants to occupy the center stage… and make it look effortless.
- Floral pants draws attention to your lower-half …. so stay away from them if your lower-half is not your best asset …
- Wear heel to lengthen your leg as they are the center of attraction.
- Different body-types has different style challenges including finding clothing items that fit both waits and hips and these floral pants are major challenge.
- Among the four basic boys types (Athletic ,Curvy , Apple ,Pear ) .Girls with athletic bodies could pull this trend effortlessly while drawing attention to there toned legs and could use belts to emphasize small waste.
- Girls with curvy body could use belt at the waist to show off their figure.
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Who does not love free people clothing ? … I am absolute in love with this catalog.. Loaded with denim we love so much. If you are a boho -chic at heart then it is must see for you .
The jeans with multicolored patches is a definite attraction , Leather jackets with fur details and lots of tribal print.
The lbd with intricate design and lace details won’t fail to win hearts . Scarves and boots are in abundance and lots of colour full accessories.
Lost of bold colour accessories cuffs ,bracelet ,neck pieces … will never let you down.
For cozy outerwear, chunky knit sweaters and loose cardigans, pants, skirts, jersey tees, scarves, hats, and an array of covetable accessories take a peak at this campaign. Learn the art of layering and get ready to turn heads during rainy, gray days. Stefanel shows you how you can successfully mix and match at ease and still look utterly hip and enviable.
Animal print and floral print featured with in addition to metallics …
This look book is filled with wearable pieces that are comfy and versatile . Printed pants ,basic black and white pieces. Denim jacket one of the closet must have for this season.Also different shades of gray….
Bold cuffs , studs , booties ….. make your outfit interesting …..
The picture in For Love and Lemons Fall 2012 Lookbook instantly reminded me of instagram. The For Love and Lemons label brings the same laid-back, inspiring boho chic allure , in a series of simple yet ultra covetable options that have the power to instantly steal the spotlight. Simplicity and well chosen focal points manage to give the looks an instantly desirable allure.Plenty of masculine touches mixed with feminine vibe.
Airy skirts, or bolder, body conscious styles ,geometric vibes are a key part.. of the looks.Lots of dazzling accessories.
T-Shirts ,we love these fuss free pieces which goes with almost every thing and a Saviour in our college days.They come in different sizes and colour and in all kind of print.These fashion forward t-shirts are worth you money. So yeah do invest in some of them.. . Great for travel in comfort and style.
Zoe Karssen Too Much Love T-Shirt, $96.11, available at ASOS.
Emma Cook Printed Silk Crepe de Chine Tunic, $505, available at Net-A-Porter.
Aurel Schmidt for Opening Ceremony O Chocolate T-Shirt, $60, available at Opening Ceremony.
Fifi’s Factory Buffalo Tee, $44, available at Topshop.
Kelly Wearstler Checker T-Shirt, $82, available at Kelly Wearstler.
Out of Print Jane Eyre T-Shirt, $28, available at Out of Print.
Wildfox Couture I Love Los Angeles Tee, $159, available at Shop The Trend Boutique.
Tee and Cake Chemistry Tee, $40, available at Topshop.
Eleven Paris Kate Moss T-Shirt, $79.54, available at ASOS
Pixie Market Wild Horses Tee, $39, available at Pixie Market.
Yayoi Kusama I Like Myself T-Shirt, $60, available at Gagosian.
The neutral stripes make this easy shift a great choice for work, and the nude pumps are both practical and leg-lengthening.
This minimalist ivory number is a go-to for a hot day, and this local lady adds interest with pops of bright red and a cool graphic-print platform sandal.
This lightweight maxi-dress looks perfectly chic, thanks to center cutouts and double straps. A pretty flat sandal and a fresh-faced beauty routine complete her look. Black is for all season.
This would be our number one pick for a sweltering day — the loosely layered bodice and dipped hem create movement and look breezy.It’s definitely gonna keep you cool.
A petite frame can totally pull off a bold, graphic print. Cinch the waist to accentuate your figure, and choose a hemline that flatters your lower half. Shannon Cusello does both with her halter-neck version.
Summer dresses don’t always have to be ultra-feminine. Here, a masculine leather messenger bag tempers the sweetness of a lacy lime green frock.
The perfect Little White Dress. The eyelet fabric, the buttoned bodice, the delicate straps — it all screams “summer” to me.
The color is ultra-flattering, and with bare minimum accessories, it keeps this look polished enough for just about anything.
Performance artist Holly Bass makes a simple A-line dress sing, thanks to fun frames, an eye-popping pedi, and a killer smile.
Real people from several field of life with different destination but one passion !! Check out these snaps for a lesson in true fashion.
Anna Rafferty, headed to Logan Square.
Katharyn Molinaro, heading to celebrate her girlfriend’s engagement.
Anita Bokil, grabbing some fare before heading to Lincoln Fest.
Amanda Molinaro, at the Western stop before heading out to celebrate her girlfriend’s engagement.
Abby Hoffmeyer, stopping in Logan Square after checking out Lush’s new cosmetic line in Bucktown
DJ Sarah Christoff, on her way to the Ashland stop for a house music party.
Marissa Toomey, headed home from work in Wicker Park.
Emilia Schobeiri at the Western line, on her way to celebrate her bachelorette party.
Jamie Lee, headed to work at Rock Bottom Brewery.
Kate Taylor, waiting for the train to take her to a show at Harris Theatre.
Ndeyiah Corneh, getting off at the Western stop to go to a show.
Taylor Prokos and Shaina Holtz, headed home from Pitchfork.
Megan Ferringer, looking stylish after eating at Big Star.
Attalie Dexter, showing off her own jewelry line. Check out her stuff at Shades of Grey.
Cecilia Velasquez, taking the El to Bottom Lounge for a Pitchfork after-show.
Gabrielle, waiting for the train after hanging out at Pitchfork all day.
Charla Dickey, showing off the handmade cosmetics she just bought from Lush.
Darlene Pereda, at the Clark & Lake stop, waiting to go home after work.
Darlene Pereda, at the Clark & Lake stop, waiting to go home after work.
Blogger Allison Fraker, hopping off the blue line to go to the Bocce Ball Social.
Mariah Craddick, posed on the blue line before going to the Bocce Ball Social.
Francine Gutierrez, grabbing fare before going to the Bocce Ball Social.
Melissa Alexandria, taking the green line to work at Bedford restaurant.
Daisy Makaveev, getting off the blue line to go see a show.
Jess Preleski, at the Clark & Lake station headed to a Pitchfork after party.