OUTFIT OF THE WEEK: BLUE-LA-LA

By Jesse L. Brooks

 

A playsuit is always a fun way to experience the best of several worlds. The chic appeal of a jumpsuit, the comfort and ease of shorts, and the illusion of a dress. Diane von Furstenberg's 'Celeste' design is cut from fluid silk-jersey printed with cerulean, mint and orange florals. Its designed in the label's signature wrap silhouette, which draws attention to your narrowest point. We were instantly drawn to the gorgeous bursts of marigold in the fabric, which calls for an eye-popping pair of sandals. Aquazzura's ‘Tarzan’ sandals perfectly combines comfort and elegance. They are made from leather and suede in a vibrant orange featuring an open toe, mid heel and wrapped lace. Getting even more colorful with our bag, Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel's timeless pieces never go out of style. A Chanel vintage item is sure to add a little Parisian sophistication to your look. This blue and gold lambskin CC Logo single chain shoulder bag is not only a chic addition to this outfit, but to any bag collection in general. With such a vibrant, spring infused look, it only makes sense to incorporate that into our makeup. Hollywood heads for the high seas with Lorac Los Angeles' newest limited-edition eye palette inspired by "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales." This palette features 18 brand new PRO-formula eye shadows inspired by the film and a deluxe mini Front of the Line PRO Eye Pencil in black to craft a smoky, sultry, Captain Jack inspired eye. If you are a collector of Lorac palettes, you will definitely want to scoop up this beauty.

Since the weather is now turning towards more sunny days, a girl must have a great pair of sunglasses.

Tory Burch's Modern-T Cat-Eye Sunglasses give a retro chic twist, featuring gradient lenses and a logo detail on each hinge for a signature touch. In an ensemble like this, you can go to work, have cocktails with the girls, or just enjoy a leisurely day of shopping. Wherever you end up you are sure to leave a little 'Blue-La-La' behind.   

 

 

 



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