Ann is a Belgian fashion designer whom created her first label in the 1980’s. Her designs are perfectly cut, monochromatic garments with a blunt edginess and a punky femininity for women with a strong sense of personal style. I love how “warrior woman” her designs feel.
Sparkle is not the first choice for the lot of us who don’t look toward glitz for our regular party outfits. Plus, when everyone at a fete is bound to be wearing the same disco-ball outfit, it’s high time for a switch-up. There’s holiday cheer outside of the sparkle, ladies — you’ve just got to look for it! These picks will have you rethinking what holiday dressing really means.
When paired with a simple, cotton top and basic pumps, leather skirts become much more wearable than you’d expect. Just avoid going into short-and-tight territory.
Party dressing doesn’t always mean body-con minis. In fact, this full skirt is perfect for balancing out a satin top.
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