Peekaboo top with a full skirt that could double as a picnic blanket, Rachel’s voluminous gown is a bit much for her.
Do you like prints as much as Diane does? I’m trying to get bold in my mixing and matching, partly inspired by looks like these that seem like they shouldn’t work but do.
Rita’s look is like when someone tells you to dress up for an interview but that a full suit will be too much.
There’s such a thing as too many flounces but I like the idea of the white underside matching the casual top. And have you noticed that literally everyone is rocking the strappies now?
This is what French chic means – long fancy gown with zero hair & makeup.
Let’s talk about this look for a second. Nevermind that it’s 90 in New York, which not usually the ideal temperature for leather. Those pants are pretty hot, in the normal way, and so is that disco top. I don’t get the T-straps at all since they don’t fit in with the look but the pants more than make up for it.