Veronica Beard, a new line of tailored jackets debuting for the fall/winter 2010 season, is the brainchild of sisters-in-law, Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard. This duo has set out to define the daily uniform, starting with the "Jacket" with interchangeable dickeys that can be worn in 7 different ways:
An interesting concept but with a price tag of USD945.00 per jacket, you'd think it includes all 7 dickeys but nope, it only comes with one. Six different styles of jackets are available at Veronica Beard.
During the winter, I practically live in a pair of tights and an over-sized sweater. And since I can't wear my flats when it starts to rain during the winter months in Vancouver, I am forced to find a comfy replacement. I am proud to say that I've found one:
According to the New York Magazine, sky high socks are one of the latest fashion trends for this fall. But not everyone can pull this look off without looking like a Japanese school girl. So if you are thinking about following this trend, here are a few tips:
(1) Avoid pairing thigh high socks with mary janes or high heels and anything patent leather-ish. Instead, opt for ankle or knee high boots.
(2) Pair these with soft and flowy clothing and pull on a chunky knit or cardigan.
(3) Oh, and for goodness sake, avoid argyle socks - they are neither cute nor trendy!
For every girl everywhere who wants to be a princess:
These dresses are custom-made according to exact measurements and can be hand-dyed if you prefer a splash of colour. While I was browsing through their collection, I came across this little number that just screams adorable, cute fun:
I am a lover of all things rare and unique. I (window)shop as if I am secretly a buyer for Neiman Marcus or Selfridges. I look for one-of-a-kind hidden treasures in all different retail stores and online in all different price ranges for any occasion.
To all those who stopped to ask me where I got the things that I own, no need to ask or guess anymore. The hidden treasures, rare finds and pretty little things that I find along the way are posted here to be shared, discussed and oohed and awed.