Posts Tagged ‘Anzevino & Florence’
I haven’t been very inspired by recent online fare, but this Anzevino & Florence cape tee captured my interest. Cape shapes have always intrigued me and this one takes an unusual twist with its asymmetrical drape. What a fantastic way to spice up a simple jeans and tee outfit. If this drapey number was in my possession, I’d be twirling with glee just like the OAK model.
Pull the string and I’ll wink at you, I’m your puppet.
Express blazer, Hanes beater, Anzevino & Florence shorts, Wolford Moulin Rouge tights, Rachel Comey Penpal boots
Sweat pants are for the home and the gym. Furthermore, if there is a message sewn on the rear they should be left in the closet. But these Nicholas K sweats are far from having a certain Juicy je nais sais quois. Below are four-ways to wear them. Available at funkylala.com in khaki.
MATADOR MAX: A chic uniform for fighting Aunty Entity, pairing the Nicholas K Tucker Sweats with its matching jacket creates a futuristic look. The slim jodhpur shape pant and dramatic collar jacket juxtapose fitted and loose silhouettes perfect for insubordination. Credits: Nicholas K Tucker Sweats and jacket, sofake wefail secretary shirt, and Hugo Boss booties.
WORKING GIRL: The key to success is the Nicholas K pant. Paired with a feminine blouse, color happy heels and a basic belt, the perfect business casual outfit is complete. Afterall, you should dress for the job you want, not the one you have. Credits: Nicholas K Tucker Sweats, Marc by Marc Jacobs blouse, Anzevino & Florence vest, Hugo Boss belt, and Seychelles shoes.
URBAN MILITIA: When marching through the winter war zone, what better wear to keep you warm than Nicholas K Tucker Sweats? Essentials for your pack are tall boots and a camo green vest. Credits: Nicholas K Tucker Sweats, Emporio Armani vest and LD Tuttle The Shifter Dust boots.
YARINA: Take a voyage in search of booty. With the Nicholas K pant and a slouchy top, you’ll fit right in with the crew. The gentlemen on board might even say, “My she was yar.” Credits: Nicholas K Tucker Sweats, Eksempel blouse and Materia Prima boots.