B&W Summer

Black on Black on Black

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Even though it might already be autumn, it’s the perfect time to look back at this past summer’s key pieces. Summer is known for its bright and colorful pieces, yet why should a season only boast a certain color palette? Color, you can’t sit with us.

Confession #1: The things I would do for an Hermès Birkin.

Alligator please. In the mean time, I’ll keep praying to sweet baby Jesus.

The classic black leather with gold hardware is the perfect option for anyone who wants to go from a day to night look.

Leather – probably the biggest pleasant surprise of the summer. Leather accents have always been popular in most seasons’ collections, yet it has not dominated as much as this summer. Go-to piece for summer: leather shorts.  Zara designed the most versatile leather shorts, donning deep pockets, cinched waist, and an appropriate length. Again, they allow for night and daywear, just like the Hermès Birkin.

2…1Chain[z]: Zara

The not-so-typical white tee. Allsaints has always featured simplicity with clean cuts and shapes. During my last trip to England, I picked up an Allsaints Silk Biker T-shirt which I would come to wear at every opportunity. The soft and weightless fabric was what sold me on the plain garment.

Sam Edelman sandals: MUST HAVE for summer. Comfortable and chic with a touch of alligator print to compliment the Birkin.

Prada Baroque sunglasses

Confession #2: Never actually got myself to purchase them, yet the shape always enticed me.

Grandma’s gift: Tahitian Black Pearls, adding natural luxury to the outfit.





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