Green Monochrome, Leila Yavari

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I love monochrome outfits, especially for the summer. Whether it’s a stylish suit or a loose blouse and flare pants, they are an irresistible combination to me.  Monochrome looks came strong last year – I remember writing a post about them, and they’re still around. That comes to no surprise since you can achieve such chic and effortless looks in an utterly simple manner. And, for summer, I’m thinking light fabrics and pastels…

Leila Yavari before the Theyskens Theory show, New York Fashion Week 2013 via

Street Style: Miranda Kerr in Celine floral jeans and Alexander Wang tee @ NYC

Spotted leaving her apartment in Manhattan, Miranda wore a pair of floral jeans, a T by Alexander Wang stripped tee, Prada sunglasses & Sofia Coppola for Louis Vuitton handbag. (pictures via:

Currently Lovin’…Vintage Emilio Pucci

Whenever I’m bored I just browse randomly through sites & blogs and see where they take me. This is how, a couple of weeks ago, I came across this vintage Emilio Pucci sunglasses. I don’t know if I would actually wear them, but there’s definitely something attractive about them. A 1960’s statement fashion item, incorporating classic Pucci graphics, these sunglasses are something I would see on the streets of Paris during fashion weeks. I found more great vintage things that I can’t wait to show you! (picture via:

PS: Talking about sunglasses, you should check out this photoshoot by Olivia Da Costa and see more unconventional eyewear!

Street Style: Miranda Kerr in Equipment & A.L.C @ NYC

Out in New York City, Miranda paired a sheer white Equipment sleeveless blouse with A.L.C tuxedo pants & Manolo Blahnik high heels. Opting for simplicity as usual, Miranda completed the look with a black Celine leather bag and Stella McCartney patterned sunglasses. One thing for sure is that white does look good on tanned skin. (pictures via: