Tuesday, March 25, 2014

New Collection Spring Summer 2014

Hello Hello!  
VEFABULOUS  is proud to announce her first unique Collection Spring Summer 2014,
 available NOW for sale at www.Etsy.com 
Make sure you don't get left out with this new movement!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Elegant Polka Dots Look!

Today I am going with another 2013 fall fashion trend, polka dots.  
The polka trend, is a classic trend from the '90s!

The Outfit that I select for today is  a version of  a retro classic style, so for those women that seem to be quite hesitant to wear something that is considered too bold as polka dots are; remember that this specific trend can look good on anyone. You just have to know how to mix and match. Some women are more bold with  their style and they would do print-on-print, but if you considered yourself more of a subdued type, then grounding one polka dot piece with the relating color palettes, just like I did below are also a great way to rock this trend. 

Gold Cardigan - Macy's Inc International Concept
Black Strapless Bustier - BeBe Store
Polka Dots Pants - Zara
Creamy Peep Toe Sandals - BCBG
Grey & Black Clutch - VE Fabulous

Shop the items above!

Monday, October 21, 2013

Classy Fall, is always a trendy a Fall!

Hello My Fashion Lovers! 
This week I will be posting a mix of trends. Some of them are from past collections, but  you can use them as inspirational guide to create different outfits for this 2013 Fall.
Leather is always a good choice for Fall - Winter so don't be afraid to take out your leather skirt, pants or jackets because it is the hottest trend for this time of the year! 

Take a look! 

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Fall Trendy Outfit

Hello my fashion lovers, my outfit for today, is for those days that you want to feel fashionable, yet trendy at the same time. I am wearing a maxi dress by BCBG boutique. 

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Paris and More Paris Fashion Week! Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney Spring 2014 Collection

This collection is inspire in a romantic woman, the collection is all about of delicate fabrics that brings out the femininity of the woman.
Stella McCartney showed her spring 2014 collection Monday morning at the gilded Opera Garnier. The inspiration understated seduction. Fluid silhouettes playing on transparency and opacity, according to show notes.
The look: Sweet in the City, with an earthy palette of navy, brick, chalk and blue.
Key pieces: Cap-sleeve dresses with sheer skirts and subtle slashes providing natural air conditioning. Liquid silk pants suits. Organza dresses with a crocodile pattern effect. Silk satin shirts, blazers and pants with utilitarian, O-ring zipper details. Flared skirts with elastic waists. Matte knitwear. Gorgeous layered lace slip dresses in different hues of blue. Framed clutch bags in lace or print. Chunky sandals on lug soles, or wooden marble stiletto heels.
The verdict: Utterly charming but also completely down-to-earth. One of McCartney's most wearable collections in recent memory.

By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Saint Laurent Fabulous Collection 2014

Dirty-Artistic-Sexy- Elegant 
No one would ever accuse Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane of lacking courage in his conviction.  His girl this season strode out in tightly fitted leather mini skirts, sheer chiffon blouses and the signature skinny tailoring which gave rise to a revolution in menswear when Slimane came up with it way back when.
There were differences too, of course. The principal one being that these were clothes openly re-edited from the Yves Saint Laurent archive. A longer, more fluid tailored jacket made an appearance as so too did the iconic Saint Laurent lip motif which was suitably show-stopping entirely embroidered in sequins on a bustier top with a single pouf of fabric at one shoulder. In place of last season's biker boot, meanwhile, came patent Mary Jane with a curved kitten heel. That sounds prim but there was nothing much demure about the models wearing them.
The shimmer and sparkle that has been seen on more than a few Paris runways this season looked very much at home here: Lurex skater dresses, glittering animal print, and silver ankle socks worn with every look were a cute touch.
There is nothing blurred about Slimane's vision which will doubtless bring a younger customer to the label. 


Sunday, September 29, 2013

Maison Martin Margiela 2014 collection

Fabulous and Artistic Maison Martin Margiela 2014 Collection
PARIS -- It was a delicate dance between masculinity and femininity in the Maison Martin Margiela spring 2014 collection shown Friday afternoon at Paris Fashion Week.
Inspired by the circus, this season's Maison Martin Margiela lineup balanced the fashion-forward with the wearable fairly well. The inspiration came through strongest in the paneled black and red pants, ringleader jackets, harlequin-inspired geometric accents, fringe-accented tops, long and somewhat baggy coats and sheer fabric overlays.
The collection was at its strongest when looks were kept clean-lined, as was the case with trousers with contrast waistbands, sequin tops and outerwear. When textures were mixed, the results veered too much towards costume. Ditto for the sliced sleeve tops that closed out the collection. 
The look: Tailored suit pieces and elegant silk slips with decorative flourishes to add on, such as removable, structured velvet sleeves and chiffon trains attached with elastic bands, or crystal-embroidered, corseted dresses that looked as if they had been sliced apart, turned around and worn as elegant coats.
The suiting was gorgeous too, including a blazer that tied in back, left suggestively open to reveal a hint of skin. Another standout? A sleeveless pinstripe suit jacket with a lingerie-like ruched tulle bodice, worn over suit pants.
The verdict: an interesting and inventive way of thinking about day-to-night dressing. (Instead of putting on sparkly jewelry or shoes, how about fastening on a pair of gorgeous sleeves or a diaphanous train?) It was also refreshing to see some strong tailored pants and jackets on the runway in a season with so many skirts and dresses.


http://www.latimes.com  - By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic