Links à la Mode | 15 Ways to Rock a Heart Print


If there is one thing I've learnt, that is my style posts seem to be pretty good. This is my second Independent Fashion Bloggers feature, the first one being - Aztec pencil skirt - 5 ways

Wonder what I'll have to do to top this off now :-)

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With New York and London Fashion Weeks all over, and as we head into Milan and Paris, excitement for the fall is all a buzz on the internet. Of course it's easy to get overwhelmed with all the fashion fabulousness, so that's why we're here to help! This week we have some excellent recaps of NYFW and even a NYFW vs. LFW street style walk-off! It's pretty hard to choose between the two, both being sooo good. If you're already burnt out from the fashion week talk, we do have some excellent style posts too, so check them out!

Links à la Mode: February 20th

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15 ways to rock the heart print


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Last month when I went to the ONLY Spring /Summer collection preview, I was floored by most of their stuff. But what really caught my eye was this heart print shirt. I even joked about how it should come to the stores in the month of Feb, just in time for Valentine's day, which they assured me it would. Also I'm the type of person who finds these kind of things really clichéd. But then I got thinking, how can you wear a heart print shirt? Heart print as you know was a bit of a rage in the Burberry autumn/winter collection. I wanted to see how many ideas I could come up with.
In the end, I came up with 15 different ways which I broke down into 5 different sections - denims, leather, neutrals, contrast hues and mixing prints.

You Are What You Wear - A Fashionable Look Back


Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.
Søren Kierkegaard
What I considered fashionable last year, has been buried deep into my closet. The souls of those poor clothes are begging to see the light of day. Why do we do this to ourselves? Why set trends that will eventually fade out or be very 'passé' 6-8 months later? Why invest or spurge on something that seems to be the hottest trend of the day, when you secretly know that it won't last for long?