To celebrate Spring, last Saturday Old Navy’s official 2015 season style ambassadors Emily Current + Meritt Elliott camped out at the Fig & Olive Atrium in West Hollywood, CA where they hung out their best new looks.
We loved our taste of “wanderlust”. Everything about the line and the day evoked fresh Americana simplicity, crisp, vibrant colors and patterns. We had fun stamping leather keychains, getting our hair braided, pressing pennies, and the mouthwatering food too!
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Double sided stud earring can move over! Everyone is going nuts over My Jewel Candy’s new DOUBLE DANGLES!
Double DANGLES are the new trend! Available in 7 styles with more on the way, these beauties are just $25 – $28. They’re double the fun, for single the price! And we’ve been told that there hundreds of pieces that aren’t on their website.
See more here: http://www.myjewelcandy.com/collections/double-sided-earrings
We loved it when this totally whimsical (and affordable!) fashion cuff by Mint & Lolly jewelry suddenly showed up in our email box this morning and especially pictured on Teen Wolf actess Arden Cho who wore it very glamorously at the Third Annual DramaFever Awards last night in New York City! Isn’t she lovely?
To do: Buy this now!
Mint & Lolly’s Chocolate Pearl Cuff Bracelet ($19.99; www.mintandlolly.com).
Of all the awards season fashions and street trends we saw this week, AnnaLynne McCord sporting her LANY Let’s Make it Brief backpack in black ($60) and Zombie Beach YOLOHA Snapback cap ($25;) on Instagram, wowed us most for its totally put together, sporty chic and colorful style. We’re loving the price points too!
Photo courtesy of instagram.com/theannalynnemccord.
“It is a very, very foolish thing for a man not to be well dressed” -Lord Chesterton.
What would a new year be without a a style review? Roger Stone gives us his not always so cheeky but fairly spot of review of the celebs we love, hate and almost forgot about except for their fabulous moments and terrible faux pas.
By Roger Stone
It is that time of year when those of us who paid attention to such things recall the tradition of the late Hollywood designer Mr. Blackwell – who, for nearly 50 years, released an eagerly anticipated annual list that began as a chronicle of the world’s best and worst dressed people. The flamboyant, media-savvy Blackwell spared no one — celebrities, movie stars, athletes, socialites and captains of industry were all under his microscope.
Since Blackwell’s death in 2008, we here at the Stone On Style have proudly picked up the torch, continuing this New Year’s tradition, but in its original “Best/Worst” format. It is a proud pursuit, and inasmuch as it truly is a labor of love, it is also an increasingly difficult endeavor, as the state of dress for the public-at-large continues to slide.
We vigilantly monitor the world of media, entertainment, sports, politics, academia, art and fashion to determine who has style… and who truly doesn’t. As an aside, we do recognize that we write this at a time where more gain notoriety for undressing, rather than dressing. The number of naked selfies from actresses and models that have “leaked” drive millions to view the latest celebrity nude.
FULL LIST OF BEST & WORST DRESSED
Commuter Fashion Brilliance
Since 2008, Betabrand has been clothing commuters with hybrid work/bike attire that’s designed to perform equally well astride cycles or Aeron chairs. Now, plaid pulsars and shiny hineys are illuminating the streets of San Francisco, thanks to its latest collection of bike-to-workwear. The online clothier has woven reflective elements into a new collection of shirts, jackets, pants, and scarves.
Shirts are made of soft poly cotton with reflective 3M threads woven within.
Trousers feature reflective cuffs and clever, cornea-searing V-flaps that deploy from the rider’s rear.
Jackets feature shiny epaulettes and flaps that riders can reveal at night.
You can see the entire collection here.
Betabrand is an online clothing company based in San Francisco that releases new products every day and crowdsources design ideas and photography from customers. Since launching in 2010, Betabrand has released a host of Internet fashion hits, including Executive Hoodies, Sock Insurance, Bike to Work Pants, Space Jackets, Cordarounds, and Gay Jeans.
RAREFORM is creating quite a wave in the outdoor market with it’s innovative, eco-friendly manufacturing techniques. Aimed to reduce waste and sustain our natural playground, RAREFORM creates one-of-a-kind bags and accessories that protect both your gear and the environment. By using an “upcycling” process, RAREFORM is able to take billboards before they hit landfills and transform them into completely individualized works of art- perfectly fit for the active lifestyle. Founder and outdoor enthusiast, Alec Avedissian’s brilliant idea of “billboards to bags” came to mind during a surf trip to El Salvador where he noticed locals using old billboards to protect their homes from nature’s elements. Launched in September 2012 and specializing in surf, RAREFORM’s stylish products are padded, waterproof, mildew-proof, and as tough as the products they protect. The brand offers all types of uniquely well -designed accessories ranging from surf bags, paddle bags, totes and backpacks to laptop and cell phone sleeves.
What Gia On The Move loves about this brand!:
RAREFORM has pledged to donate 1% of sales to support the preservation and restoration of our natural environment.
“With a continued commitment to the principles that got the whole thing started-quality, sustainability, and style – RAREFORM’s best days are still ahead,” Avedissian says. RAREFORM is sold in stores such as Patagonia, REI, and other outdoor retailers with prices ranging from $40-125; www.RAREFORM.com.