This dare-to-wear collection of mismatched patterned fabrics are fiery hot! Skip the gym, and throwback a glass of vino because the sweetheart cut of their booty-shorts will literally change the shape of your derrière without breaking a sweat.
I discovered this line in a boutique store (in Vancouver you can get them at Fine Finds*) – the bohemian patterns had me hooked! The best part is each pair is one-of-a-kind with the way they cut the fabrics; the booty-shorts are versatile doubling as uber-chic bathing suit bottoms due to the bamboo-rayon material. They dry quickly, won’t stretch, and are anti-bacterial.
Want to have a one up on the beach? Pair these “it” bottoms with a bandeau top, headband, and over-sized glasses, and boho “it” beach style.
Starting to get chilly! Fall’s go-to chapeau: the Veil Beanie! It’s got ease, overall style, and glamour quotient.
Knitted, ribbed, printed, and more…get your veil beanie on. Veils started popping up in plain day courtesy of Jil Sander‘s 2012 collection at Fashion Week. Today – in 2013 -2014 Fall/Winter – the veiled beanies are a top trend because the sporty/comfy style of a beanie is a perfect marriage with the posh, mysterious elegant way of a sheer veil.
This is for all my girls who really hate those tops and dresses that make it almost impossible to hide our bra straps. Well designer Christine Ko brilliantly devised a Kaiio a sparkly solution–gorgeous crystal bra straps you won’t want to hide!
Kaiio offers gorgeous one-of-a-kind crystal straps that replace traditional bra straps and become the perfect accessory to add a little sparkle to your Holiday Season.
Three years ago, Christine Ko, founder of Kaiio, made her first crystal jeweled strap solely to give her work uniform a little something extra. After numerous compliments and customers asking to buy her pieces she became determined to launch her own company to share her sparkle with the rest of the world. In August 2013, Christine Ko and Quinton Van Der Burgh partnered to create a dazzling line of crystal jeweled straps known as Kaiio. From humble beginnings, Kaiio was destined to be the finishing touch to the little black dress.
“There’s no such thing as too much sparkle…it gives women the option to add a wow factor to a little black dress or a hint of glam to a blouse and jeans.” Designer, Christine Ko says.
With the straps retailing between $300-$700 and rings for $85, Kaiio looks and feels as luxurious as a diamond piece that doesn’t cost the high precious stone price.
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