What I Learned From: Harper’s Bazaar November 2012

1. Dare to Go There: That was the theme of the November issue which was evident before even flipping through the pages.  When I got it in the mail I was obsessed with the cover.  Most of the classic magazines (Elle, Vogue, Glamour, etc) feature a close up of a celebrity against a pretty, simple background.  This cover featured Nicole Kidman in front of a colorful monster truck; not your typical fashion magazine cover, but it works so well for this issue!

2. Denim on Denim: Denim is everywhere from  jeans to tops, even dresses.  Don’t be afraid to mix and match; try a dark skinny jean with a light denim button up shirt, brown leather boots and a statement watch for a chic fall look.

Rubbish Chambray Boyfriend Shirt in Light Wash, Silver November Stretch Jegging, Steve Madden Rattle Boots in Cognac , Fossil Stella Resin Watch

3.  I love Vera Wang: One of my favorite articles of Bazaar is  “Designer’s life by the Numbers”. Each issue features a short article about the day in the life of a specific designer and fun facts about them.  When Vera Wang was talking about what she usually wears to work she said, “Like most designers, I have a uniform, and mine is a legging… Then I throw on a T-shirt.” I am a huge fan of leggings and T-shirts so the fact that one of the top designers thinks that it is a socially acceptable look makes me feel better. These leggings from her Kohl’s line are actually some of my favorite.

4. Black and White is Always Classy: As Coco Chanel once said, “A girl should be two things, classy and fabulous.” This issue was filled with tons of different ways to wear black & white, from color-blocking to stripes you can never go wrong. Want to stand out from the crowd? Try throwing in a pop of gold or red to spice up the mix.

Vince Camuto Stripe Tunic, Old Navy Skinny Ankle Pants, BCBG Lorenna Lace Cocktail Dress, L.K. Bennett Sledge Pump in Red, Aqua Jewel Collar Faceted Necklace 

Love Always,

Amy Elizabeth


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