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Bunny Hop Anyone?

8 Mar

I was looking for interesting trends to come for 2010, but just for spring/summer, because right now we don’t need to know what’s hot for FALL 2010.

Apparently, women enjoy looking like bunnies. I guess we need to get Easter and Halloween over with quickly.
(Louis Vuitton)
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You too can look as miserable as them.

Attending a funeral? No problem.. they have ears for that. Or perhaps you want to look like an idiot while hanging onto your favourite childhood toy AND have a cigarette hanging out of your mouth…
(Marc Jacobs design)
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If you cannot wait to get your hop on, here’s some tips on how to wear them.

Do: go for tousled bedhair, a simple up-do, or 60’s sex-kitten voluminous locks; be fashion-forward, daring, and confident; have fun with it.

Don’t: spoil it by wearing cheap costume props. The appeal is in the luxury. This doesn’t necessarily mean spending bucketloads, just choosing quality materials and well-crafted accessories.

Do: wear it for a night out, day at the races, and any fun or frivolous activity. A big set of bunny ears is probably not so great for the office.

Don’t: wear it with outfits that are too cutesy or girly; it’s a fine balance between smoldering sexiness and girly innocence that makes this trend so workable.

I think I’ll pass on this one.

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Summer is almost here….

1 Feb

It’s Sunday, I have time to kill, what do I do? GO SHOPPING of course. So I set out with my sister in -15 degree weather and headed to Yorkville (Bay/Bloor area). My main goal
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Miss Marc ♥’s Canada shirt. Limited-edition tee sold at Holt Renfrew has been available since January 25th. A tee featuring Mr and Miss. Marc on a ski lift is available in white and light grey (XS-L). I wasn’t convinced. The advertising (an email from Holt Renfrew about new and upcoming products) was worded that, at least to me, seemed like it was a collection of Miss Marc ♥’s Canada line.

It was only the tee. I was not amused. Nor was I convinced. The tee is definitely not for winter wear, and I would assume in highly AC houses in the summer, it wouldn’t work either.

The SA was her charming self (in case you didn’t know, they’re on commission), telling me how fabulous the tee is, and that they can’t keep them on the shelf. So I thought, A) I could be a bitch and tell her how wrong she is, or B) just smile and walk away.

And as I started to walk away she was telling me and my sister that it’s the perfect gift because it comes in a Marc by Marc Jacobs gift box! Oo, how convincing. A $65 dollar box! It seemed others were not amused by Marc’s Canadian love, because limited edition would mean, whatever is on that table is it.. and by the looks of it, I would say almost every single one is still sitting there. I think I’ll stick to his bags.

Which leads us to the second floor: SHOES. And quickly I notice, those big furry snow trekking boots are on one table in the far corner, and I am surrounded by open toe flats, strappy sandals and my personal obsession (besides Starbucks)… FLIP FLOPS.

As I peered over the $500 shoes, and a lot of tackiness that comes with a lot of designers, I hit the Marc Jacobs section. I was drawn to these:
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They come in black + white, blue, pink and white. I went with the classic black + white. How cute is this little bird?
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They don’t come in half-sizes. And because designer shoes are always made for those tiny feet, I knew a size 8 wouldn’t cut it. But the SA was nice, and he brought me out a size 8 and a size 9. The 9 was pretty good, the flip flop was comfy, and not uncomfortable at all. Like many flip flops, you might as well go bare-foot, but these were perfect. Well… the size 9 wasn’t really cutting it either. Weird, I know, but when I told him “perhaps a 10 would be better…” It felt like I fell from a 50-story building. Thankfully he was awesome and just said, “it’s just a number.”

So the 10 was brought out. And voila. I’m ready for summer.

PRICE: $85

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