Fringed out.

xo amys

‘fringes, fishnets & slippers

fringe jackets make their way back into style every spring and despite me being two years late, I finally jumped on the band wagon as well. Maybe the right kind of jacket just needed to come my way, as I instantly fell in love with this fair coloured beige suede number. I was really inspired by the 2017 Dior cruise collection in Santa Monica where festival inspired fashion met fringes, bolero hats and pleaded skirts while the setting showcased a desert-like backdrop with hot air balloons. This jacket is right up that ally in style, with the cropped back, stitched details and fringes falling down the sleeves and back. I’ve combined the jacket to a simple puffy sleeved off-the-shoulder shirt, leather pants and finished the look with fishnet socks and slip on espadrilles. I like to combine fridges with something sleek and away from the country-esq

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Luxe Look for Less: Miranda Kerr in Fringe and Leather

Luxury leather fashion

The Luxe Lookbook

Flying into Paris Fashion Week, former Victoria’s Secret Angel Miranda Kerr rocked this Autumn black leather look with a brown Saint Laurent suede fringe jacket and lace up Balenciaga ankle boots. Wish I looked that good traveling! She finished the look off with a spacious and chic bag by Celine.

The Luxe Look

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Luxe Look for Less: Gigi Hadid in Red Leather

Glamur leather fashion

The Luxe Lookbook

In the middle of New York Fashion Week, Gigi Hadid attended the Sports Illustrated Swim City event in NYC wearing an eye catching cherry red and nude ensemble to brighten up the cloudy day.

The model wore a long red Sally Lapointe sequined coat over a nude top by Atea Oceanie. Her matching red skinny leather pants showed off her figure with a lace-up front by Unravel. She finished off the look with the perfect pair of suede tan cutout heels by Raye.

The Luxe Look 

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Coat: Sally Lapointe Crepe Duster Trench, $6,500 – Similar here and here

Top: Atea Oceanie Rib Tank Top, $145

Pants: Unravel Lace Front Leather Skinny Pant, $1,850

Shoes: Raye Chloe Heels, $117 (still available in black)

The Luxe Look Total: $8,612

The Luxe Look for Less

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Coat: Mango Ribbed Cotton Cardigan, $80

Top: Philipp Plein Jackie Tank Top, $71

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Atsuko Kudo Latex Skirt

Absolutely Gorgeous & Sexyinlatex lover’s

StyleOnTheCouch

If I were an actress and not a psychologist, Blog Reader, I should quite happily have taken on the role of Trinity in the Matrix, or Catwoman, but would likely have most of all enjoyed the role of Selene in Underworld.  Played by Kate Beckinsdale, Selene gets a killer wardrobe for her role of Death Dealing (and Kate also gets to wear a whole lot of other amazing sci fi fashion as Lori in the remake of Total Recall soon).

With no catsuits or vampires at hand (that I know of), I’m enjoying a little drama of my own with this amazing new latex skirt from Atsuko Kudo, known to me following the brand’s collaborations with Lascivious lingerie.  You may well be aware of Atsuko Kudo designs already – worn by Lady Gaga, Rhianna (in her S&M music video) and seen on Kate Moss in I.D Magazine.

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Bomber and Vinyl

B o u n d | i n | B o n e

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Bomber Jacket – Disturbia | Vest Top – Killstar | Bra – Topshop (similar)| Vinyl Trousers – Lip Service Cult (similar) | Shoes – Topshop | Earrings – Killstar | Faux Septum – Primark (similar)

Makeup: Eyes – Urban Decay Naked Smoky Palette | Lips – Jeffree Star, Celebrity Skin | Skin, Eyebrows and Cheeks – Illamasqua |

A week ago, I went on a dinner date with my bf. We went to Las Iguanas, a relatively new restaurant here in York. It was really fab. Being a vegetarian, I’m used to picking from about three options (all with goats cheese, obviously), but there was a whole menu to choose from and I love mexican cuisine so it took me ages. Food, drinks and service were all excellent. Highly recommend.

This is what I wore. I spent an hour deciding what to wear, created a…

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