The best thing about awards season is of course the FASHION! Here are a few of our favorite fashion choices we saw from Pre-Emmy and The Emmys!! Trust me it was hard for us to only pick a few! We chose looks that were simplistic but overall gorgeous! We can’t wait to see the Post-Emmy party looks!!
Our #MuseMonday is ’60s fashion icon, Sharon Tate! How lovely does she look in this Peter Pan collar? She was one of the major fashion muses in the ’60s, the star-crossed ingénue of the flower-child era. In recent years Hollywood has become obsessed with her flower child style. We at MuseMe love to have our Sharon Tate style moments!
“”My life and the lives of so many have never been the same since the day this wonderful woman entered my world.” -Prince Rainier
Grace Kelly is an icon in the fashion industry. She’s a screen legend, United Nations advocate for children, and international spokesperson for arts and culture. This actress turned princess accomplished so much in her life and The Michener Art Museum has put together an exhibit that traces her path from Philadelphia to Monaco. Not to mention, the exhibit features her gowns, movie costumes, and other personal objects. Yup, a vintage fashion lover’s dream come true! Continue reading →
Happy 2014! The east coast is getting way too cold. In the past week, I’ve experienced 70 degrees in Silicon Valley, 5 degrees in the Catskills, and 16 degrees in Philadelphia.
Right now, I’m in Philly and the Nor’easter has brought us several inches of snow…and counting. I hate being cold and I hate wearing frumpy clothing. I never know what to wear in this type of weather, so I put together a snow day outfit.
Mad Men, The Great Gatsby, and Beautiful Flappers feature vintage hats. Those movies/shows carefully depict fashion during a certain era. While Beautiful Flappers and The Great Gatsby are from the ’20s, Mad Men creates beautiful ensembles from head to toe to match the decade…the roaring ’20s! Continue reading →
The little black dress, coined by Coco Chanel in 1926, is a staple in my closet. I was inspired by style icon, Audrey Hepburn. Her simplistic and classic style remains timeless.
In Charade (1963) Hepburn wore a hint of leopard, which completed her outfit by adding fun and flair. I paired my H&M little black dress with Franco Sarto leopard heels. When the weather gets cooler, I plan to throw on a fitted black long sleeve underneath, tights, and boots. The perfect little black dress is versatile, timeless, and a dress to rely on.