( By Two Jacket via Koshka, Billy Made do It vintage tee, Alexander Wang oxfords)
Hello all! Happy hump day! I am pleased to announce my FIRST GIVEAWAY here on Adorn la Femme. Koshka, a Los Angeles based online boutique, wanted to collaborate with me by giving one of my wonderful readers a chance to win this rad jacket!
RULES OF ENTRY:
- “LIKE” Koshka on Facebook and/or follow on Instagram
- Sign up for the Koshka email list
- Leave a comment on THIS post (Koshka Giveaway) with your email and your favorite Koshka item.
WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED OCTOBER 30, 2013
By the way, I am absolutely loving the details of this coat. The fact that it’s ALMOST a blazer, but has the leather arm details of a letterman make it QUITE the original!
GOOD LUCK LOVES! :)
(Photos by Thomas Carter)
(Band of Outsiders dress, Acne boots, Welcome Companions bag)
Who says maxi dresses are just for Summer?! This dress is just tailored to perfection, and the pocket details are just icing on the cake!
I hope you’re all having a great weekend!
(Photos by Molly Mae)
(Band of Outsiders jacket, Acne double black jeans, Coach Melody booties, Jerome Dreyfuss bag)
Hey guys! I have some pent up news which I have been dying to share with you. Last month, Shefinds.com and Coach picked four style bloggers, including myself, to showcase Coach’s fresh new fall shoe collection. We were each given a styling challenge to coincide with fashion week. Now that we are in midst of all the shows, we were asked to style our respective shoe choices exactly as we would when attending an after-show party or preview! I chose the “Melody booties” because they are not only a killer wedge, but they are a versatile boot that every woman should have in her fall and winter wardrobe. The sleek black leather and tiny delicate silver hardware gives you a dramatic yet polished look. Even better, these booties are beyond comfortable for walking no matter where: New York, Paris, London, Milan or wherever you may be!
Thank you, Jeanine!
(Photos by Molly Mae/Edited by Tom Carter)
(Hair by Bailie Wengler)