As much as I love blingy, girly jewelry, it's always good to cleanse the palette. Go against the grain this Spring with geo jewels. Clean, severe, and often spherical, these pieces deliver a serious message. Soften the hard edges with something airy and romantic, casualize with holey jeans, or do the master cleanse against a simple white tee.
Way to work it. Camilla Belle looked extraordinary last night at the Push premiere in LA. I can't stop staring. I don't know if it's the kaleidoscope print, those perfect gams, the Jimmy Choo satin sandals, or Camilla's definitive bold brows. It's all Fabtastic. Her beau Joe Jonas must be wiping his drool off the floor as I write . . .
There's no mistaking this is from McQueen's primitive Spring collection. From the razor sharp cut, to the trippy print, to the neck detail, this is the work of a master. Camilla's slight tan provides the perfect backdrop for the stand-out dress, and her metallic peep toes are further fun. A couple youthful bangles and flippy curls top it all off. Delish.
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The opposing force of Luxotica is Geo Max. For the rare days I'm not feeling like an island girl and want to be serious, graphic prints, stripes, 3-D shapes, and polka dots will modernize my look. Most of these equations came in black and white, with the occasional blue, but one of my favorite Spring collections — Dries Van Noten — delivered it in marigold. The happy color made the geo seem less max, know what I mean? Notice the bold accessories though. Michael Kors also delivered his dots with whimsy, while on the flip side, Gareth Pugh took his dolls to space and back. Small doses, or to the max, choose your poison.
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