After years of looking at white marble, black marble is looking fresh in bathrooms and kitchens.
Sometimes style things just grab your attention. I don’t know if I will ever wear black tights (are tights back?) with white shoes, but this looks so good to me right now.
Faux Bois “false wood” has its roots in the Renaissance as part of trompe-l’œil. It became more widely popular as a craft in the late nineteenth century in both public and residential applications and still plays well with all decors. I think it looks especially great in modern settings.
I am all for buying luxurious items that simply cannot be replicated: an Hermes blanket, a Gucci loafer, and a Cartier watch. But with many things fashion, an excellent and less expensive substitute can be hacked. The trick is finding the resource that hacks what you need best. In terms of denim, Ann Taylor hacks Frame, for knitwear, Loft hacks Vince. Going into retail stores that you may not otherwise frequent sometimes yields economic and still very stylish gains.
Cozying up to a fireplace is all well and good if you aren’t the one keeping the fire well fueled and the one having to clean out the soot when it’s out. There is a stylish solution: place a mirror in the inner hearth and use the log crate for flameless candles when its not in use or when you are tired of being the fire tender.
My favorite trends of Fall 2018.
While I live in a home that has plenty of room for a table and separate chairs for informal dining, I am still very attracted to banquette seating. The economy of space may be the wow factor for me.
The midi length is back in skirts and dresses. A tie-waist dress looks fresh and right to me.