Posts Tagged with “flower”
Chanel Green Flower Power for Spring 2015 – you ready for spring? Apparently if Paris Fashion Week was any indication, Chanel is going to be all about going Eco looking at least and going Green. The color green is BIG for Spring 2015 and FLOWER Power is big too. That means think hippie flower power fun. These bags they showed on the runway at Paris Fashion week were perfect for all the 2015 music festivals coming up during the season. Imagine these cloth sequin DIY looking floral cloth Chanel bags at Coachella on your favorite stylebloggers. I am sure you will see many of them toting these fun bags in the spring.
For now, if you are looking for inspired flower power, look no further than the Shopbop 70% off sale that is going on now. I also found some amazing floral dresses that you can stash and wear with your Chanel floral tote for Spring 2015 from other places as well depending on what style you want to wear for that next Spring music festival.
Lovers + Friends Golden Light Maxi Dress is on sale for 50% at Shopbop.com
Paul Smith Black Label Floral Check Collage Dress is on sale for 70% off at Shopbop.com
Proenza Schouler floral maxi dress is on sale at NeimanMarcus.com
By Marlene Birger Casimira Flora Dress is on sale at Farfetch
Joie Caspara white and lilac floral dress is on sale at 6PM.com
Haute Hippie Floral Wrap dress is on sale at Saks.com
Paris Hilton and her new boyfriend Doug Reinhardt are in Hawaii. I guess if you are Paris Hilton it is not hard to meet men in Los Angeles.
Here is a photo of Paris Hilton all dressed in white taking the floral trend to the extreme with a floral headband, floral necklace, and flower shoulder bag in white. I reported about this great little bag in pink a few weeks back and here is Paris with the same bag in white. If you are interested in this bag, click here to buy it now.
I wonder if it is more difficult for normal women to
meet men in New York or in Los Angeles.
I think it is more difficult to meet someone in Los Angeles because it is so spread out. At least in New York City there are many opportunities to meet someone on a train, bus, or gathering place after work. People seem to gather less often in Los Angeles and spend way too much time alone in their cars. What do you think?