Back from a week on the slopes and, yes, board games in front of the fire. This time, fellow bloggers Patricia from PVE and Isabelle from The Fashionable Writer stopped by to play Which Came First?
or the wrap?
or the candy?
The hot wheels
or the hot heels?
Prada's on Fire!
P.S. If you’d like to stop by and play Which Came First? with us, just send your duos to info@DianeJamesHome.com and we’ll include them (with credits, of course!) in future posts.
Photos via PVE, The Fashionable Writer, Southern Living, Pinterest and Bella Style
Who could forget last fall’s images of Karl Lagerfeld’s Spring 2010 fashion show which took place in a huge barn built in the center of the Grand Palais replete with bales of hay and rustic wood beams… The models walked the runway in fabulous double-C clogs, slightly tousled, with straw stuck to their clothes and sporting smirky smiles and temporary tattoos. According to Vogue, the show “was a bumper harvest of everything that is chicly tattered, beribboned, and gloriously made about Chanel, as well as the season’s sole experience to make the anxiety and earnestness around fashion evaporate, to make it seem like fantastic fun again.”
Chanel Spring 2010
And while we think wheat ears and clogs are great barnyard looks, we thought it might be fun to pair one of Chanel’s gorgeous spring outfits from head to toe with the newest in petals and metals.
Juicy Couture - Multi Flower Barrette
Miriam Haskell - Large Beaded Flower Necklace
Valentino - Petale Purse
Alexis Bittar - Large Bee On Geranium Pin
Prada - Floral Pump
Photos from Style.com, Polyvore, Net-A-Porter, Alexis Bittar and Prada