These patterned pairs aren’t your average PJ’s, they are as chic as they are comfy. They are meant to be worn out and be seen in, and they  DO NOT  pair well with those awful clarifying masks that we often times wear to bed. Now, with that said, this PJ trend isn’t an excuse to actually look like you rolled out of bed, it’s quite the opposite. When wearing a head to toe silk number like this play up the makeup, through up the hair, and add some killer heels or even a blazer to top this whole look off.

With that fashion boot camp style briefing out of the way, do have fun and explore your pairings. All of the high street shops like Zara, H&M, Top Shop, and even Forever 21 are capitalizing on this trend by cutting less form fitting silhouettes so you don’t have to spend a fortune to get the look. I have always been an avid supporter of recycling, especially when it applies to fashion, so say you already have a good quality pair  of silk or satin night time PJ’s laying around – then, by all means, wear them as separates. Pajama pants can be paired with a simple cotton tee while the top goes well with your favorite cropped denim.

 

 

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You’re not living if you’re not wearing printed denim these days. Patterned jeans have to be one of my top fave fads trending right now. Wear you denim long or cuffed, these jeans are sure to impress.

 

Sporty

 

Game on, the sporty trend is here to stay this spring/summer. Alexander Wang featured the athletic trend on his runway with neon polos layered underneath perforated bomber jackets, while  Isabel Marant send her models down the catwalk in numbered jersey’s paired with tie-dyed skinnies. The sporty trend goes a long way so no need to overdo it. By investing in a few key pieces you’ll be able to mix new items in with your existing wardrobe in a snap. I am currently on the hunt for a black leather perforated baseball cap to through on with a sweatshirt and heels to top my “athletic” look off ♥

 

Pastels

From Left to Right 

Pink Pants : H & M $24 | Benj Braceletes : DanniJo $263 | Tote : Chloe Madeleine $2,695 | Sequin Skirt : J.Crew $695 | Yellow Blouse : Elizabeth and James $245 | Flower Necklace : Marni for H&M $39 | Leather Clutch : Zara $159 | Silk Blouse : J. Crew $98 | Snakeskin Sandals : Zara $79.90 | Orange Pants : H & M $24 | Leather Jacket : ACNE $1,200

 

Pretty pastel hues were all over the Spring runways and designers such as Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Miu Miu, and Lanvin all embraced the soft pigments. The feminine color palette is a great way to spruce up your wardrobe heading into spring. A few of my styling tips on how to party in your pastels are below.

 

+  Pair your pastel-hued jeans with a neutral top or light sweater for a relaxed look.

+  Make a color statement by adding a candy colored clutch to a neutral or black going out look.

+  Try pumping up your look by color blocking with your pastels. You might try pairing a soft yellow blouse with a dusty pink skirt and add a sky blue leather coat with a mint green bag and you would be wearing the trend like the best of them.

 

Floral-Picks

Swimsuit : Zimmerman $245 | Handbag : Proenza Schouler PS1 $1,855 | Sleeveless Top : Alexander Wang  $425 | Skirt : Elizabeth and James  $325 | Shoe : Shazzam Platform $158 | Laptop Case : Diane Von Furstenberg  $75 | Sunglasses : Rodarte for Opening Ceremony  $220 | Pants : H&M $14.95 | Scarf : Mary Katrantzou for Topshop $120 | Blazer : Elizabeth and James $395

Just in time for spring, I bring you the floral phenomenon. Flowers are really making a comeback this spring/ summer. Layer them, wear them head to toe, accessorize with them – floral prints are the new black so dig out all those patterned frocks and flaunt them like they’re hot.