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BASIL SODA Fall/Winter RTW 2014/2015

can’t stop posting basil soda pics sorry


They Are Wearing: MFW

Photo by Kuba Dabrowski

new to the list of Things That Bother Me Visually: that hat


Details, Alberta Ferretti MFW Spring 2015.

this color palette <3 mondrion + pastel + floral mashup? okay yes and thank you


This stunning look from the erdem​ show transported us to a botanical greenhouse. Magical. #LFW #SS15


Kim Sunghee for Low Classic Fall 2014 collection


 Dolce & Gabbana’s jewelled catwalk hair 2013-2014


We’re in a flap over these beautiful plumed trousers seen at @DAKSLondon today . #SS15 #LFW

very real jaw drop

Today, I got to do one of my most fun reviews ever: Bombsheller leggings! 

It was an awesome review because these leggings are seriously badass.

They’re ethical: made in the USA via low-waste production (one-off leggings made to order - no overstock), and feature designs from independent artists that get to set their own royalties.

They’re functional: a four-way stretch allows these to be a second skin. They are made from an Italian fabric called “Fabric Fatale,” which is breathable and provide a wide range of motion… Do you see what I’m getting at? These work as fashion leggings, yoga pants, gym class pants, and hiking pants. 

They’re gorgeous: the print I chose is called “Deer Damask" and was designed by Emily Smith. The fabric doesn’t have that terrible sheen that some leggings have, so the muted purple tone and the faded gold look just as they’re supposed to, which is a little antique, but packing a punch. The damask is made from deer heads, deer antlers and floral shapes. Inside the waistband, the artist’s name and the corresponding hashtag ("#deerdamask") are printed.

These leggings are just a product of Bombsheller’s ultimate offering: custom leggings designed by you.

Check out my full review & more pics on the main site, Broke & Beautiful!

Big thanks to clearyofarrellphotography for the photos!