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Six 90s Fashion & Accessories You Actually Want to Wear

Hey mamas,

Last week, a pr firm sent me a fun package full of nostalgic candy from the 90’s, and Pretty Woman stick-on nails. It brought be back to the late 90’s when my mom let me purchase a pair of Sally Hansen stick-on nails in a light, French manicure print. I was fifteen and feeling fabulous.

Now, I’m thirty three and feeling even more fabulous. One reason could be the ridiculously wild, art-deco inspired stick-on nails I’m wearing! I wonder whatg the kids will think? I wonder what my husband will think?

I’m always looking for beauty short cuts, and it doesn’t get any easier than stick-on nails. Pretty Woman NYC has created really great options, and, as I type away, the sticky tape (I opted not to use the glue) is holding firm.

Each kit comes with 24 artificial nails, so you can find which size works for you. I have very tiny fingers and was still able to find the right fit, without having to file away sides.

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Looking to channel your inner Brenda or Kelly?

If you don’t know my reference, I’ll assume this is your first round of 90’s fashion and beauty. Welcome, you’v been Saves by the Bell. Life is about to get gnarly and totally awesome.

If you do dig my meaning, here are some 90’s fashion and accessories you won’t mind wearing again.

Totally Acceptable 90s Fashion & Accessories

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90s Fashion Short Shorts

Who wears short shorts? Well, mom can wear short shorts, if the kids aren’t round or the kids are just too young to realize mom is hot enough to wear short shorts. Check out H&M for tons of affordable options under $20! #SexyMama

90s Fashion Denim on Denim

I can’t say I ever loved this look, although photos I recently uncovered prove otherwise – see below. When wearing several denim clothing items, I like to go with different shades. Or, I’m all about a denim bottom and denim cap. This acid wash denim cap is from Bebe -another 90’s relic I used to love. #WhereTheCoolKidsShop

90s Accessories Chokers

Blame it on Bella and Gigi Hadid, thaqt chokers are back. I don’t love the ultra thin, velvet styles from the 90s. I do enjoy a multi-strand option like the one you can create with StyleSting. For luxury buffs, Chanel recently got in a slew of divine choker options. If you’re in NYC, go to Bergdorf Goodman and ask for Ilona. #AllChokedUp

90s Tech Polaroid Camera

Your go-to accessory for upcoming picnic season is going to be a Polaroid. If you kept your old one, great. If not, you can buy one at Target. #TheOriginalInstagram

90s Beauty Press-on Nails

Save time, just press and go with Pretty Woman Designer Nail Kit available in 90’s beloved all-black nails and the nude French mani. #NailedIt

90s Fashion Crop Tops

This is an acquired taste – kind of like some your friends’ spouses . I also think, much like short shorts, this is something I wouldn’t rock at the annual family BBQ. I would do it on a vaca with the hubs. The photographed crochet top was purchased in Cuba, by me, nearly 15 years ago. But you can find similar styles at BooHoo or Forever 21. #BecauseIHitTheGym 

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PS My jeans and dad‘s hair! #Totally90s

Nude Beauty Finds Pamela Pekerman

Nude Beauty and Style: FRIDAY 5 FINDS

Hey Mamas,

I’m typing en route to Miami, for a mommy and me (with my mommy) pre-Mother’s Day trip – I’m also taping my Mother’s Day Gift Guide on NBC6 6 in The Mix. That’s a lot of mama love!

Do you have anything special planned for your mama?

While you take some time to think about how to pamper your special mama, here are some rosy, nude beauty ways to pamper and accessorize yourself! My Friday Five Finds, are coming to you on Sunday because, well, that’s how my #MomLife played out this week.

With these blushing rosy finds, I’m sending you lots of love and positive energy.

FRIDAY 5 FINDS – Soft Rose & Nude Beauty Accents

Nude Beauty and Style Finds by Pamela_Pekerman

StyleStrings – Mamas, if you’re looking for that one accessory that you can turn to over, and over, and over again, this is for you. Cleverly designed with equidistant snaps, this multifunctional, PVC-leather string can be born as a bracelet, necklace, lariat, choker (hello 90s, again), hat accent, boot accessory, anklet, belt and more. Who things there daughters will want a matching string?!! #StyleYourWay

ZOYA Nails in Cathy – I love Cathy. She’s refined, simple and the best pinky nude nail color I’ve ever worn. She goes on smooth, and last longer than most regular nail colors. Oh, and she’s free from the top 10 most toxic ingredients found in many other nail polishes. Cathy, my cleaner green heart loves you. #CleanerGreener

bkr water bottle – The spikes are badass with a Nintendo (remember xx?) twist. The tutu hue is ballerina goodness. The whole look rocks my on-the-go, hydration world. There’s a reason why these bottles have a cult-like following. #WaterBottleCruch  

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Lip Shine in Soft Blush– Just in time for summer’s skin dehydration mode, I’m stocking up on this hydrating lip gloss, in ultra sheer with a slight pink hue. The formula also fills in fine lines, for a smoother, sexier pout. #DontCrackMyLips

Rose Quartz – Whether you wear it in your jewelry or have a piece of this pretty stone by your nightstand (like me!) you can benefit from Rose Quart’s self-love energy. It’s a reminder to always love and nurture yourself, something many of us mamas sometimes forget. Pick up a stone at a local healing/wellness shop or online. #RosyOutlook

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Gilt x Sam Edelman Shoes Spring 2017 Shoe Launch

Hey Mamas,

Who’s ready for comfy-style shoes, and giving those toes their day in the sun?

For Spring/Summer 2017, Gilt teamed up with Sam Edelman to develop a line of exclusive footwear styles that is launching tomorrow, Thursday, April 6.

Get ready to click and buy from this fun and festive assortment of flats, block heels, low espadrilles and coordinating bags.

I previewed the Gilt x Sam Edelman exclusive collection, this morning (whilst enjoying a mani – #LoveMyJob ) and can’t wait to wear the bright pops of pink, red and denim blue. If you’re in for embroidery, pom-poms and a dash of St. Tropez flair, this collection is for you.

Best of all, the styles, which range in price from $70-$120, are super comfortable. From walks in the park with the kids, to a full day of work in the city, followed by night cap with the hubby, I think you’ll find lots of great options for your busy, stylish life.

Friday 5 Finds by Pamela Pekerman

Good Vibes, Inauguration Day Style – FRIDAY 5 FINDS

Hey Mamas,

The day has come, Friday! Oh, and it’s Inauguration Day, as if you didn’t know that little fact.

Regardless of whom you voted for, we should all use today to inaugurate good vibes. As moms, we have the power – the greatest power – to keep America great. Moms have the power to raise kind, competent, cultured and considerate young men and women, who will populate our planet with good vibes and compassionate decisions.

So, my Friday 5 Finds are all about positive affirmations, worthy leaders to emulate and all-over goodness. Enjoy.

GOOD VIBES JEWELRY

Wear your love around your neck, with Capsul Jewelry‘s Block Necklace. I have one with the intials of everyone in my family, but you can also use their fun emojis and hashtags to create your own good-vibes bling.

GOOD VIBES STYLE

Spiritual Gangster‘s Good Vibes Only V-Neck Pullover says it all in a fun, collegiate top. I wish they made mini versions, for my daughter. The fabric feels super lush. Check out my Instagram for photos, as I wear the shirt, today.

GOOD VIBES IN BED

Because we can always use a little extra sexiness, to up our good vibes game. Gooseberry Intimates Be Mine Bra Longline & Tanga is just what you need on a Friday …. or Tuesday … night. Abs no included – total bummer.

GOOD VIBES WITH FAMILY

Spread the fun and positivity during family gathering. Personalogy Family Fun Card Game is a great way to get everyone – from both sides of the family – talking, laughing and learning new things about one another.

GOOD VIBES READ

If you want to get schooled on what it means to go make it in America, not to mention plenty of womanly wisdom, read My Own Words, by the one-and-only Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

 


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FRIDAY 5 FINDS: Hygge Life Essentials for Cozy Weekends, January 5, 2017

Hey Mamas,

It’s my first Friday Five Finds of 2017, with a hygge twist!

Check out what’s keeping me sane and stylish, this week. I wasn’t really looking for a theme, but every find has a hygge vibe (that’s Danish for “cozy” aka celebrating the everyday moments).

Hygge Finds by Pamela Pekerman

1. Insta Print

If you’re like me, you have thousands of photos of your kids – waaaay more than your parents have of you! But, your parents, and mine, actually printed photos. Ya, they took the time to print photos and make albums.

Prynt let’s you print instantly. Simply attach the device to your iPhone and snap a photo. A tiny, built-in printer produces a hard-copy photo, and the Prynt app records a video to go with the image. The Prynt case photo can be scanned with your phone’s QR technology to bring the image to life on your screen via that video.

Don’t even ask meabout that last line means. I took it from their website. I know it’s a cool feature. I still haven’t used that bit. But, I have made my grandmother very happy, by giving her photos right on the spot. #GranmasLovePrints 

2. Sweeter Sweaters

J Jill makes some of the best sweaters and pullovers. When I can’t think in the morning, I grab a cream or white knit, pair with a skinny jean, some diamond-stud earrings and wide-rim sunglasses, and I’m done. NO SWEATPANTS TO DAYCARE. Repeat as needed!!

For mamas who still aren’t familiar with J.Jill, I urge you to check them out online, or a store near you. The photos don’t do most of the sweaters justice. You have to feel, try and style your way. Head over to Instagram for my insta stories, to see which sweater I’m wearing, today #KeepingWarm

3. Ending Mealtime Madness

N+B is a hip brand that focuses on “toys for cooler parents” – gotta love that slogan! This Meal Wheel is great not only for promoting family conversation, but, it makes a game out of eating. Playtime meets mealtime meets sanity! #Winning

4. Chicer, Cleaner Candles

Lucid Candle always looks great, never melts, is super safe (no sparks, no soot) and has a natural fragrance. The candle shell is made of a polymer that never burns down, and you simple remove the top fiberglass wick, pour in lucid liquid paraffin, and enjoy. Click here to see how they work.

Candles are hygge approved. And this fuss-free option, is a Friday-night essential. #AllKidsToBe #WereAdulting

5. Speak-to-Me Stones

I found Eye of the Sea, a fabulous new-to-me, jewelry brand, last year, at an Accessories Council showcase. With my new love for gemstones and spiritual jewelry, I was hooked on the simple, yet, elegant bracelets.

I’ve been rocking the brand’s Rose Quarts (self love) bracelet, but for 2017 I’m adding amethyst (stone of spiritual healing and growth) and maybe peridot (color of the year and stone of relationships). Give it a try. If nothing else, you have a nice piece of jewelry. #GettingStoned

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momBOSS Interview: Rosena Sammi Jewelry Designer, Who’s Sari Now Founder

There’s plenty of negativity in the world, which is dramatized ten-fold by our media. But, I’m often struck by the immense selflessness and global consciousness I encounter from the fabulous females in my life. As a member of the media I want to shed more light on the goodness in this world, especially if it’s a kick-ass, do-gooder mom like Rosena Sammi. See how this lawyer-turned-jewelry-designer is making sure we dazzle in her accessories, paying-it-forward via her charity collaborations, all while being a momBOSS to two adorable girls.

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Rosena Sammi. Photo Credit: Allaire Bartel

Pamela Pekerman: What gave you the courage to leave your profession as a lawyer and launch a jewelry business?
Rosena Sammi: I wish I knew, I would employ that courage and confidence more often! But, I think it had something to do with being in New York. This city makes you feel like anything is possible.

Pamela:  At what point did you feel fully confident in your decision to go into jewelry?
Rosena: I don’t think I ever felt 100% fully confident because it’s a journey, and each season presents you with new challenges. Having said that, after having children I truly appreciated the benefits of being my own boss and the flexibility that comes with that. I’ve been able to enjoy motherhood a lot more because of it.

Whos Sari Now Rosena Sammi

Head over to my Instagram page to see how I style these Rosena Sammi bangles, made from upcycled saris. #WhosSariNow

 

Pamela: At what point into your business did you become a mom?
Rosena: I became a mom about four years into the business. It drastically changed my ability to escape to India and spend months creating a collection, but it improved my efficiency tremendously.Rosena Sammi Chail RingRosena Sammi necklace

Pamela: What tips do you recommend for the mom who’s trying to find her passion and live her true path?
Rosena: Don’t be afraid of what other people think. It’s good to get out of your comfort zone and take risks.

Pamela: How has motherhood changed your perspective on work?
Rosena: My perspective on what’s important in life became a great deal clearer, literally overnight. I find I don’t sweat the small stuff and I’m able to focus on things that matter.

Pamela: What does a typical morning look like for you?
Rosena: I’m early to rise, which helps because the morning is when I speak with India and deal with the production side of my business. Some days I’m able to fit in a quick workout before my girls are up at 6:30am, and our morning routine begins. It’s a lot of girl talk over the breakfast table and then off to school and pre-school. After that, I head to the office to see what the day holds. I’m fortunate enough to have an office in the city and a home office in Westchester, so I do my best to split my week between the two so I get the best of both worlds. I’m busy running my business, but I am also able to be the “Class Mom” for my daughter’s Kindergarten class.

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Pamela: Class Mom and Mom Boss, talk about a real #mamager! What tools/services/people help you manage it all?
Rosena: My husband, despite his very busy work and travel schedule, is definitely a true partner in the home so he deserves my first shout out. Secondly, I couldn’t live without services like Fresh Direct and Amazon (not to mention Net a Porter!). And, it does take a village, so after school help, house keeping and my team (in office and virtual) are all important.

Pamela: You are very passionate about philanthropy, particularly the plight of women around the world. How has motherhood impacted your philanthropy choices?
Rosena: Motherhood and especially having two daughters encouraged my focus on the inequity in the world for women. The fact that in so many cultures we are second-class citizens is disheartening, and I’m trying to do something about that in my small way.

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Pamela: How did you come up with the concept for Who’s Sari Now?
Rosena: I wanted to design something that was more “green” than my typical collection. After much research and experimentation, I hit upon using upcycled sari fabrics and the result is Who’s Sari Now?. I was also looking to give back to the community, after years in the business I realized that helping people was more important to me than jumping on the next trend. I was fortunate enough to meet the founder of Apne Aap, Ruchira Gupta. Her organization rescues women and children from sex trafficking in India, and provides them with a job and education. It was the perfect match. 20-25% of proceeds from sales goes towards educating these young children, and I employ many of the women in making the collection. Changing lives in this way has been so rewarding.

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Actress Olivia Wilde wearing Rosena Sammi, Who’s Sari Now bangles

Pamela: Leading by example, especially as a mom, is key. How do you teach your children the value of good will, and helping those in need?
Rosena: They love to learn and help me with Who’s Sari Now?. The tags feature a little Indian girl from Apne Aap, so it feels very close to home. We made mini-tote bags for a multi cultural festival at my eldest daughter’s elementary school and they helped me give them out.

Pamela: What has been your biggest professional success, thus far?
Rosena: The firsts always feel good. When my jewelry was first in Vogue, when I created an exclusive collection for Neiman Marcus, those are things I will always remember.

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Rosena Sammi Necklace Ribbon Nilgiri from the Whos Sari Now charity collection

Pamela: What’s next for Rosena Sammi?
Rosena: More exploration of enterprise development with women’s collectives. It definitely feels good to do good.

Pamela: How do you find time for YOU in your busy life aka Meaningful Me Moments?
Rosena: It’s a constant challenge, but I’ve gotten better at it! I take a weekly French class at Alliance Francais, this is one thing that allows me quite literally to escape to a different world.

Pamela: Quick, you only have 2 minutes to prep and pamper your face. What are your top makeup/skin products?
Rosena: UltraLuxe MoisturiserGuerlain Terracotta Bronzing PowderBobbi Brown Luxe Lip in Retro Red

Currently reading In Other Words by Jhumpa Lahiri

Currently drinking Hendricks and Tonic with a cucumber garnish

I hope my kids think mom is a good role model.

Motherhood is a challenge, but with the very best rewards.

The best advice my mom ever gave me was that I am capable of achieving anything if I work really hard.

Friday Five Finds: Brite Retail Therapy on Cold Winter Days, for Mom, Kids & Home

We made it!!

It might have taken some wine, but we did it!

Happy Friday.

I hope you enjoy this week’s installment of Friday Five Finds. It’s retail therapy that will brighten up your wardrobe, your office and get those kids smiling for spring.

Oh, did you notice I made the title switch from “baby” to “kids”? Eeek. It’s official. I don’t have babies. I have toddlers.

Time flies. Enjoy your munchkins at every step and turn of the road.

Friday Five Finds

1. Sugarfina “Pucker Up” Peach Bellini $7 – Yummy, all-natural gummies filled with a peachy flavour, then dusted in sweet & sour sugar, equals a spring-time party in my mouth.

2. Deepa Gurnanci Tegan Bracelet $185 – Colors, tassels, medallions oh my. I love the playfulness of this cuff and the easy snap on closure I can manage even if both my kids are jumping on me while I get dressed in the morning. #BusyMomStyleSalvation

FYI Tune in to PIX11 Morning News this coming Monday at approximately 8:45am, to see me wearing this cuff. I’ll be talking about my 5 Grab-and-Wear Fashion Essentials for busy commuters and moms. You won’t want to miss it!

3. H&M Lace Circle Skirt $69.99 – Spring-time here I come. Until the winds calm down, I’ll be pairing this burnt-orange skirt with my favorite new Skinny Shirt (omg it doesn’t ride up the back!!) and Joie booties.

4. Sazparillas Hair Clip ETSY find alert!! $5.89 – Fun prints for my princess’s curly, lovable hair.

5. Mapleton Drive Small Acrylic Vessel w/ Pink Agate and Acrylic Notepad Tray w/ Pink Agate $42 and $60 – I love the look of acrylic in home and office design. My pencils and paper are able to get a stylish makeover.

 

Friday Five Finds for Mom, Baby & Home: Rain Day Activities and Accessories

I get that it’s raining and a major store is possibly hitting, but why can’t I find any Stonyfield Whole Organic Milk? How many stores must a mom visit to get the essentials? (PS $5.99 for milk!!!!! This is an outrage. I should invest in cows.)

Oh, hi, it’s you again. Thanks for coming back. Good afternoon. If you’re on the east coast and sobbing about the wet weather, here’s hoping my rain day activities and accessories Friday Five Finds for Mom, Baby & Home will get you excited about being indoors, while some goodies keep you warm and dry when you’re outside.

Have a fantastic weekend. Unplug. Play games. Sit by a fireplace, if you have one. Read. Breath. Make love. And, get the hubby, your parents, or in-laws to help, so you can have some Meaningful Me Moments.

Friday Five Finds for Mom, Baby & Home - Rain Day Activities and Accessories

1. Cuisinart CFO-1000 Lazy Susan Electric Fondue Maker $28 – If my husband is reading this: Babes, we’re scrapping dinner and doing fondue. It’s Fondue Friday. This particular set is convenient because you already have trays attached for all your fruits, veggies, bread and such. I can’t wait to light the fireplace and dive in. FYI Gruyere cheese is the best option, if you’re doing a cheese fondue, because it’s low in moisture.

2. dav Victoria Rain Shoe $98 – There are a million choices for rain boots. In full disclosure, I have three pairs, but dav boots are my favorite. They feel and look more like regular boots than rain boots. If the rain ends mid day, I don’t look weird walking around the city. I’m just a girl in her kick-ass boots.

3. Echo Touch Leather Glitten Gloves $88 – I just got these, yesterday, at the company’s Spring/Summer 2016 Press Preview. How smart of them to gift editors something they can use now. The mittens are cozy knit inside, allowing each finger to move about, with a leather mitten outside that zips open to reveal the finger-touch technology, so you can text away and stay warm. This is going on my holiday gift-giving list for many girlfriends.

4. Melissa & Doug Nesting, Sorting Garages and Cars $20 – I was having a difficult time trying to get my son to be as focused on one toy, as my daughter was at his age. Then I realized he loves cars – the sound, the look, everything. This toy has gotten him to sit, play and learn for over 20-minutes! In addition to being bright and beautiful, these cars help you teach kids colors, numbers, stacking skills and more. My daughter loves matching the cars to their respective garages, while my little munchi boy loves to play with the wheels and show we where he finds the four circles, aka wheels. Rainy days get brighter when you have the right tools and toys. It’s always about planning. Right, moms?

5. Monopoly – The Classic Edition $20 – Please stop tweeking my favorite game! Why mess with a classic? Period. Love, Pamela (and Danny and Sasha – my oldest freidns and bridesmen. We would be the first to petition for no more morphed, messed-up versions of Monopoly.)

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Hot Trends in Spring 2015 Accessories Handbags & Shoes by Pamela Pekerman in BELLA Magazine

Hot Trends in Spring 2015 Accessories Handbags & Shoes in BELLA Magazine

Need another reason, aside from Pam’s Picks for youthful eyes, to pick up the March/April 2015 copy of BELLA Magazine?

This issue also has my semi-annual Accessories Report, dishing on the Hot Trends in Spring 2015 Accessories Handbags & Shoes.

hot trends spring 2015 accessories in BELLA Magazine

HANDBAGS
Sling it over your shoulder or slip your wrist through it, Spring 2015 bags are all about ease. Whether you are heading to the office or drinks with your girlfriends at N0.8 – one of Manhattan’s hottest lounges featured in BELLA’s shoot with The Good Wife’s Matthew Goode) –, you’ll want to accent with one of these bag-a-licious finds.

BUCKET BAGS
Amelia Toro Mochilas Bucket Bag, $645, Amelia Toro 229 10th Avenue
Nancy Gonzalez Small Metallic Crocodile Bucket Bag, $3,410
Ramy Brook Collette Drawstring Bucket Bag, $445,
Dooney & Bourke Patent Drawstring, $288
Ashlie Redmond The Bucket Bag, $405
MCM  Hedy Tango Medium Hobo, $825, MCM SOHO 100 Greene Street, 212- 334-9600

CLUTCH YOUR CLUTCH
Patent of Heart Florence Clutch, $218, Delfino 1351 3rd Avenue
Ted Baker London Prissi Bag, $185
Joanna Maxham Franco Oversized Clutch, $325
Hayden Harnett Bowdoin Crossbody,$168

SHOES
Continuations of the 70’s vibe we’ve been fashionably reinventing over the past few seasons, shiny shoes made with reflective leather or accented with sparkle, are the shoes to strut in, this spring. And, if you’re tired of wobbling on stilettos, block heels in numerous materials and shapes, give your feet stylish support.

BLOCK HEELS
Peter Nappi Isabella Boot, $695
Pierre Hardy Metallic Block-Heeled Sandals, $1155
Salvatore Ferragamoicon Maiella Block-Heeled Mule Sandals, $675
Dune London Harah $125
Dr. Scholl’s Shoes Paige, $79.95
Rachel Zoe Seneca Sandal, $395

SHINE
Longchamp La Baronne Espadrille, $310
Stella McCartneyicon Metallic Faux Leather Espadrille Platform Sneakers, $650
Rachel Zoe Chandler Sneaker, $225
Dune London Amarie, $108
Dune London Brook, $129
Zuhair Murad Sandals with Mirror Effect, $1156

Groove 70’s Accessories, Spring 2015 Trends

The official start of spring is just two days away. And, with the warmer weather slowly (maybe too slowly) creeping in, I can’t help but start to covet warm-weather accessories.

If rummaging through your mother’s closet isn’t yielding you any groovy finds, I’ve rounded up springs top accessories inspired by the retro 70s. We may not all look good in high-wasted, wide rib pants, but a fridge bag is universally flattering.

 

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1. Ramy Brook Camile Fringe Messenger $425

2. 3.1 Phillip Lim Rimless Top Sunglasses $275

3. JCPenney Scala Metallic Straw Fedora $22

4. House of Harlow 1960 Trapezoid Chandelier Pendent Necklace $98

5. MCMicon Drawstring Mini Bucket Tote $1320

6. JCPenney Decree Aqua Stone Feather Earrings  $10

7. Valentino Butterfly-Print Round Sunglasses $346

8. Sam Edelman Gisela Fringed Metallic Leather Gladiator Sandals $200

9. sakroots Artist Circle Drawstring Tote $79

10. Boy Meets Girl X Roman Luxe Crazy Open Triangle Ring $65

11. Passiana Gold Grecian Fringe Bib Necklace $100

12.FENDI Chameleon Bicolor Engraved Patent Leather Peep-Toe Sandals $950

When shopping on your own, here are the accessories to seek out:
1. Sunglasses: Round shades
2. Bags: Fringe; buckets; suede
3. Shoes: Chunky heels; fringe; gladiators; denim
4. Jewelry: Geometric; feathers; fringe; malachite
5. Hats: Wide rim, floppy; fedora

Diane von Furstenberg – my 70s muse

Check out my “interview” with the legendary designer, Diane von Furstenberg, who created the her iconic wrap dress in the late 1970s.
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