Spring-time and nautical stripes go hand in hand- a timeless chic classic trend that welcomes in the change of season as well as the anticipation and hope of what Summer may bring. Nautical inspired fashion, especially strappy wedges, are flattering for all and look great while doing fun, springtime activities in the warm weather.
Arden Wohl fuels passion into everything she does as a fashion trendsetter, writer, pastry chef, filmmaker and philanthropist. Admired by the fashion community, Arden is a style icon and regularly graces the pages of Vogue, New York Times, Numero, InStyle, Harper's Bazaar and Style.com. Because of her unique point of view and distinct downtown style, she has been a muse who has collaborated with some of the world's most coveted designers, including Miu Miu, Proenza Schouler, Imitation of Christ, and VPL.
The return of the block heel combines comfort and style all in one. Style icons of the 60s like Lesley Lawson- known as Twiggy and Mia Farrow made the block heel their signature look and go-to shoe.
I love a strappy shoe – typically I go for retro-inspired mary janes, kind of a 1920′s and 1930′s style particularly.
The 1970s was an amazing decade! The assertion of women’s rights in that era was directly reflected in the fashions of the time. Yves Saint Laurent’s introduction of Le Smoking subverted the idea of what we gals ‘should’ wear — and in that era, of Gloria Steinem’s glorious activism – we started sporting denim and slacks, tossing those prim, restricting dresses to the wayside. They called it the “Feel Good” decade for more than one reason, folks!
The hands-down best addition to any shoe wardrobe right now is the ankle bootie. The ’90s footwear staple is making a comeback in a major way. They are comfortable and a perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.
Hi JustFab readers! This is my first blog post, and I’m thrilled to be a part of the JustFab Style Panel and have the chance to share my fashion tips, tricks & thoughts with you all.