Tie neck, lace, tulle, and animals prints. I think BCBG has done it all this season. It’s one of the most well designed collections of the fall! I’m not just saying that. This fall will be filled with classic pieces that express fashion for it’s details.


BCBG has captured animals prints like no other designer this season. Rouched leopard print dresses and fitted leopard skirts.

Style is sophistication and neck ties are at the core this fall season. Elegant dresses with the addition of a neck ties is distinction. The cliche was once a scarf but modern design completes this style simply with a swoop and pull at the neck of a tie neck dress.




Lace or tulle. Both add sexy detail this fall with chic elegance. These two fabrics can be easily be mistaken for one another. Let just clear the facts for one moment. Tulle is a net like material i.e fish nets. The subtle use of this fabric around the neck adds a classy look to cocktail dresses or even the most basic pieces. Lace on the other hand is simply sexy anywhere you put it. Feminine detail with the influence of a menswear cut is signature for BCBG this fall.

Kardashian Kollection hits Sears August 25

Congratulations Kardashians! The dynamic Kardashian sisters continue to redefine themselves in Fashion and the Arts. The Kardashions have a line for QVC but their latest venture has landed in retail stores. Sears to be exact. This fall Sears will redesign its stores to include the recently designed Kollection. I watched the Kardashians put together two boutique stores in Miami and New York. I think the Kardashians are taking style and fashion one step at a time and it’s definitely paying off.

This group of fashionistas describes this line as “tangible”. “The QVC line is Casual this line includes lingerie, bags, shoes, and jewelry.” Says Kourtney. The new Kardiashian Kollection is perfect for the “X” shape woman. Kim stated, “Usually when I buy clothes off the rack, I need to have them adjusted.” Essential pieces that fit a curvy woman. I have seen a lot of lines being developed for curvy women. Will this be the next fashion trend to surpass a faux pas of high fashion cuts and designs for the tall and slender?