STYLE: Modern Vintage Dress
Hope you had a great weekend! As Monday comes along, I want Simple, Chic Fashion. Like a French woman who always looks fabulous fast, I want to walk into my wardrobe, pull out the perfect dress and be ready for the day. This Minna Hepburn vintage like frock does just that. The slightly revealing lace details add a hint of sophisticated sexiness, but the length and neckline say business.
- Annabella, New York
STYLE: Ballerina Flats
The sun came out in Helsinki! As city girls, ballerinas are a must for both us. We often swap to heels for a meeting, but these Beyond Skin nude flats decorated with a bow are so chic, we no longer have to! I’m in love.
- Viola, Helsinki
PS. We are beyond excited that we are soon getting these ballerinas into our MISSQA e-boutique! For fashion alerts, sign up here: http://eepurl.com/kPek1
STYLE: Statement Earrings
I’m usually lazy about wearing jewelry, but when I do, I want to make a statement with something unique and elegant. These Muan earrings are by Dirty Librarian from Brooklyn, NY. The brass beads were rescued from an old jewelry factory! I bought them for myself from our store. They are just stunning and work with all my outfits day to night. What’s your favorite piece of jewelry? We are always looking for long necklaces for spring and summer, so please let us know!
PS. Like the hairdo in these photos? It´s inspired from Scarlett Johansson at the Avengers film premiere. Check out Hair Tutorial video later this week :)
THE FIND: Gift - Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund Peace Charm Bracelet
My hubby is celebrating his birthday next week and I couldn’t figure out what to give him. (Annabella’s hubby’s birthday was last week and she is still thinking what to give him!).
When I found this stylish but simple bracelet from Cred Jewellery, I knew I had stumbled upon the right thing. The piece has a 2 cm silver charm of a child, representing one of the children from the NMCF logo. Part of the sales support the building of a new children’s hospital in South Africa and part goes to the existing Nelson Mandela children’s hospital. I chose the black one as it resembles strength and authority. Which one is your favorite?
- Viola, Helsinki