Brown is the Black for Fall & Winter Fashion in 2018. It’s softer, and comes in a variety of shades from dark chocolate to caramels. The western trend has also influenced this move from black to brown this season. As much as we love the “Back in Black” seasons, we agree this is a welcome transition to an earthy palette.
Perk up those puckers, ladies! Here you will find a bevy of beauty products to help keep those kissers in prime condition, from lip treatments, to lipsticks and a handy-dandy whitening pen (to use after you drink all those cups of coffee in your new trenchcoat, of course).
The invention of the railroad was also the birth of the handbag. With so many places now reachable by the average citizen, women realized they needed stylish, practical options to aid in travel. Fast-forward to today, and we can truly celebrate the handbag as Art. Every woman should own one “statement” bag, which is easily balanced by a monochromatic palette in your wardrobe.
Dame Angela Brigid Lansbury is the ultimate Prime Woman. Despite her non-stop career achievements she always kept the same, simple personal style of a pant-suit and collared shirt; the lips were an understated red, and who can forget the iconic spectacles worn in her role in Murder She Wrote? Our pantsuit here is a nod towards the plaid trend this season, and the silk shirt is perfect to play on the 90s trend we are seeing a lot of this season.
Patti Smith described Punk as a place for “Creative Freedom,” and we think everyone needs a little of that in their lives. Here, our punk ensemble plays on the subtle side, with a pop-art inspired-colored, houndstooth plaid pant, a crisp white blouse, studded cardigan and slinky black bootie. Each piece is wearable outside of this holiday, which is an added bonus; you can still sneak in a bit of the rebel into other outfits anytime you need to channel your renegade energy.
If ever there were a reason to wear all black, this has to be it! Channel your inner Sophia Loren, and feel sexy in the shaping skirt from Commando, wearing the blouse untucked and free. Button the top button of the leopard-print collar, and place the necklace under the collar, as opposed to on your chest as is the norm.