Wool in winter, cotton in spring, silk for summer, I love how each season brings with it opportunities to play with new fabrics and textures. Read More
As we go deeper into fall, we’re naturally drawn to a darker, more sensual color palette; one that brings about feelings of romance and passion; one that’s reminiscent of ruby, amber, and amethyst. Read More
One of the things I love most about fall fashion is that velvet starts making its way back into our wardrobe. There’s something moody and mysterious about velvet that makes it a bit too dark for the summer months, but as soon as the leaves begin to change, it just feels right. Read More
There’s something enchanting about velvet, something mystical and endearing. Whenever I wear velvet I always feel luxurious, maybe because of its incredible fabric and they way it just falls perfectly over your body. Come this holiday there is no question about it – I will be in velvet one way or another. To me, it’s perfect for this season. Whether it’s burn-out velvet, full velvet, or velvet in accessories, I have my eye on it. Read More
Add an opulent feel to your wardrobe with the season’s hottest trend: velvet. A palette of rich, royal colors comes to life with luscious velvet. The fall 2012 runways were all about it and now we’re bringing it to life with a rock ‘n’ roll flare. Read More
It was so fun photographing our Assistant Stylist for this week’s Style File. Her carefree spirit just communicates through photographs so well. Living up to her aura, she has some of the best boho pieces around. Getting up close, you notice all of details she piles on, and sneaks in there. There’s no such thing as less is more with her, but she makes it work. She’s a true modern day hippie – loaded with fringe, feathers, and bangles. There’s something about this girl that makes you feel peaceful and smiley.
Load your wrists up with metal cuffs
Get the look with our Painted Distress Boots
The Striped Burnout Top is the ultimate layering piece.
How cute are the T-Strap Flats? These shoes can be styled so many different ways.
For the sexy, nightlife-lover that you love!
1. Velvet Bike Short
2. Bodycon Sequin Skirt
3. Gilded Coil Cuff
4. Silverspun Headpiece
5. Seamless Crochet Crop Top
6. Joplin Necklace
7. Handprinted Holiday Cards
8. Victorian Backseam Tight
9. Almost Famous Clutch
10. Lace Crop Bralette
11. Lurex Long Sleeve Crochet Top
12. Denim Cutoff Short
Velvet and rich details are having their moment. Velvet is showing up in crushed jewel tones, and there’s no such thing as overload. We’re piling it on – shoes, skirts, dresses – you name it. The look is regal and rich especially when it’s paired back to metallics and reflective embelishment. We’re buying it (pun intended,) these rich colors, precious metals, and lush fabric are everywhere. I have the office style photos to prove it.
It’s the Slouchy Velvet Blazer! Love the touch of something special it gives this outfit.
As I mentioned the other day, we can’t get enough of our new intimates. We love them for lounging around the house, but we also love wearing them out – adding little touches of velvet and sparkle that are perfect this time of year. We decided to ask our California FP girls to give us some styling inspiration on how they would wear their intimates all year round!
Perfect for a night out: the medallion seamless slip worn with a slip in a contrasting color underneath, the joe lace up boot (the new black/brown color is gorgeous), statement necklace and headpiece!
We can’t get enough of our new selection of intimates – rich textures, jewel tones and a touch of sparkle – these are the types of under-garments that you WANT to show! I’m imagining the velvet bike short under a sheer maxi or the sequin bandeau adding some sparkle under a layering top.
Here’s a little behind the scenes video from our current homepage shoot, featuring model Linda Vojtova!
Music by Lonely Dear.
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Abbey Lee is running through our minds a bit too much lately and with the launch of our Baroque trend, which is full of rich velvets, clashing textures, and beautiful jewel tones, we thought why not experiment with some looks up in the studio. We printed out some inspiration tears and got styling; here are our Abbey Lee looks!
We love Abbey Lee, and we love our new trend Baroque!
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