And her first A-line cut! She has the perfect hair for this style and lots of it at that, so texturing this kind of hair from the inside-out is key.
Styling Kevin Angulo
Look slick this Fall with dark neutral tones like -navies, wines, cognac, etc. Pick just 2 patterns to mix and match with that are complimentary in tone. A tan or rust colored boot will pair with any earthy palette to finish off the look.
Tie: Bill Robinson
Denim: Levi’s 511
Boots: Aston Grey Rockcastles
Snow White? Or Beauty & The Beast?
That’s the question I had when it came to designing my own little space. Interior design is another form of “styling” I like to dabble in here and there. For this post, I thought I’d share with you my four tips for home decorating.
While Beauty and the Beast will always and forever be my favorite story and Disney movie of all time…Snow White (visually) is more my taste, so that’s the inspiration I went with. This brings me to my first tip.
1) Pick a Theme. I love that cabin in the woods feel, a cozy cottage fireplace, ivories, taupes, browns, creams, etc- all of which is very Snow White to me. I whitewashed some old furniture keeping most of the color palette neutral, while incorporating some raw wood pieces for that rich rustic look. The accent table displaying the tea set was custom made from reclaimed wood, check out www.beardedwood.com for one of a kind furniture.
2) Choose a Focal Point. I picked this classic scene from Snow White to set the tone of the room. This is what people see when they first walk in. I used pastels because it gives a softer look and I didn’t want it to be too colored in, keeping in theme with the muted colors. I chose the dark brown frame to pull in that woodsy color with the tree decals.
3) Arrange Practically. Create space with your furniture in a way that naturally flows together from one room to the next. Since my space is really small, I had to get creative with my kitchen area, bedroom, and closet in way that ties together without being too cramped. I used a TV shelving unit as both a “wall” and closet.
4) Accent Away! It’s the little details that will truly make a personal space charming and unique. I’ve always been drawn to all the fables and fairy tales, the whimsical ‘enchanted’ forest, of course Beauty & the Beast, so those are the accents I use to complete my version of Snow White’s Cottage.
The rust colored denim has been a consistent trend for both Fall and Winter making it a great transitional piece for the seasons. I find it looks best worn with neutral tops and patterns like soft ivories, browns and blacks. For accessories, I look for warmer tones and accents to pull in the rich rust color.
My denims are a coated jean from Habitual, booties are Pink and Pepper, jacket is Alfani, and the bag is from JustFab.
Get the Look:
For Fall. Start transitioning your Summer t-shirts by easily adding a neutral cardigan or lightweight jacket. Give it a more laid back look by wearing it open and throw on a beanie. Done and done.
Wanna shop this look? Links provided below!
Many have asked on pinterest and facebook about this style board I made for a casual men’s outfit and where they can get it, BUT, everything is sold out now:/ Sorry guys! However, I thought I would at least give you links to the stores because you can find similar-ish styles and other nice options they have there.
Shirt: J.LINDEBERG www.zalando.co.uk
Shoes: River Island www.riverisland.com/men
Jeans: True Religion vanmildert.com
Belt: Fossil www.theiconic.com.au
Watch: Armani Exchange www.theiconic.com.au