The Art of Making a Fashion Statement
Today, my look is inspired by A.F Vandervorst from Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2014 Collection. The collection did not get too many great reviews but I think some of the looks were pretty strong and actually quite gorgeous. Once in a while everyone enjoys an impromptu drink with friends after work or a last minute invite to a dinner party. So when it is time to live, love and laugh a little, it is great to have an outfit that embraces all of that in an elegant, sophisticated but still young ensemble. Pairing this original A.F Vandervorst blacksmith blazer with a Blumarine knee length dress is a great start to a phenomenal night. If trying to dress similarly to the A.F Vandervorst look, I found these perfect Adriana Pappell Basha booties but pumps or high boots would work with this look as well. I was never so into cuffs or bracelets until I found few exceptional pieces like this Borbonese cuff that I literally want to wear with everything. When I dress up, somehow I feel more confident and there is something magical about wearing a skinny belt, like this Bottega Venetta, with your dress that makes you look extra feminine. There is not one recipe for style and this look or any other look for that matter can be accessorized with feminine, sophisticated, classy or vintage pieces. I love to look very put-together but not super polished and that’s why I would totally wear a BSEE patterned benie and a Gucci mini zip top crossbody to make my look more cute and trendy.