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A Gilded Fall

Posted on October 22, 2012 by House of Lolo

 

{Sam + Lavi Nadine Dress; Laugh Cry Repeat Button Up Blouse (Similar here); House of Harlow Olivia Clutch}

We’ve struck gold on the Fall runways of 2012, and boy does it look more opulent than ever. From statuesque glistening gowns, to gilded hardware accents, there are many ways to incorporate this rich trend into your current wardrobe. If you’re looking to go more girlish glam than bold baroque, this metallic gold lace dress is not only perfect for the upcoming holidays, but also a sweet day-time dress layered with a collared blouse. Gold has already had its red carpet and runway moments, so let us raise the standard and take this glamorous trend to the streets.
{Photos by Leah Harb Photography}

 



Street Talk

Posted on October 15, 2012 by House of Lolo

The streets this Fall are buzzing with layered looks that are just as street-chic as they are street-smart. Starting with the graphic tee, we have the perfect base layer that goes well under sweaters, vests, and jackets. Whether adorned with words or objects, your graphic tee will do all the talking. Skinny jeans are our favorite bottom layer to pair under knee highs and booties, and their lean silhouette is perfect under those oversized coats. While a basic blue denim is always in season, fun patterns, textures and coatings are a fun way to break away from the norm. Now on to the most important layer of the season, the jacket. Whether you prefer wool, leather, fur, or tweed, the jacket is going to make the most statement for your look this Fall. The featured Parker tweed jacket is a sporty take on the classic style, adding edge appeal and texture. Just add some leather gloves and a cashmere scarf for those extra chilly days, remember its all about layers! Now with these Fall fashion notes, you’ll definitely earn some serious street style cred.

{Parker Screened Stripe Zip Jacket, 291 from Venice We are Everything Tee, Genetic Denim Shya Cigarette in Pop}

{Photos by Leah Harb Photography}

 



Collar Pop

Posted on October 10, 2012 by House of Lolo

From sequins and studs to neck ties in contrasting fabrics, this season is all about neckline embellishment. It’s the ladylike approach to bring a statement to any look, and while you can find many blouses and dresses out there with attached embellished collars, you can also buy them separately, to bring a little pizzaz to last season’s favorites. So leave the jewelry behind and let the bold and bedazzled blouse of 2012 take the spotlight.

{Heidi Merrick Carlyle Tie Blouse, Genetic Denim Cypress Slim Bell Jean}

{photos by Leah Harb Photography}



Boy meets Girl

Posted on September 25, 2012 by House of Lolo

{By Chance Melissa Studded Sweatshirt; Parker Ruched Cropped Pant; Elizabeth & James Emile Blouse}

The androgynous trend has been evolving in women’s fashion, and this season we are seeing dandy men’s tailored suits and boyish newsboy caps. There are many ways to incorporate these masculine elements into your Fall wardrobe and still feel sexy. As seen here, we take a subtle approach pairing a preppy collared blouse under a comfy casual sweatshirt and slouchy cropped trousers. Adding femininity in the details is key, like the ruching up the side of the trouser which shows off your leg and looks great with heels, or the heart detail in the sweatshirt which adds a girlish (and edgy) detail. We don’t suggest borrowing from your boyfriend’s closet, but take note, as mixing feminine and masculine elements is 2012’s recipe for seduction.
{Photos by Leah Harb Photography}

 



Schoolyard Chic

Posted on September 18, 2012 by House of Lolo

{291 From Venice Cheetah Cashmere Pullover Sweater, Ani Lee Katy Peplum Skirt, Aryn K Collared Sleeveless Silk Blouse, House of Harlow Olivia clutch}

Whether you’re the studious type or not, school girl style is a sharp look this Fall. From oxford collars to pleated minis, this look can go from nerdy and innocent to sexy and rebellious with the switch of a few key elements. Pair your shortest skirts with thigh-high socks and a leather moto for a school-girls-gone-bad vibe. Or you can take the ladylike approach with a longer hemline and peter pan collar. So study up on good girl Sandy’s retro sweet look and take cue from Clueless’ rich-girl prep style and you’ll be head of your class.
{Photos by Leah Harb Photography}

 



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