They say the only thing that stays constant is change. Metamorphosis. Rebirth. Stepping out to new grounds & bidding adieu to what you’ve grappled with that’s no longer existent.
Very much like seasonal trends popularized by runway shows from Paris to New York, we are perpetually introduced to new, avant-garde designs that push the boundaries of haute couture. Alexander Wang’s silk windbreakers with jacquards of mountain scenes at the hem? Not your average cover-up. Burberry Prorsum’s sheer organdy wrap? A touch of frilly joie de vivre minus an extravagant wedding to go with a designer look.
Though sporting a $1500 color block check poncho like Cara Delevingne and Olivia Palermo during Fashion Week created a legion of budget-friendly options that followed suit, it was a style that (despite its delicate texture and jacquard-woven design) was fashion-forward for the runway but not befitting for daily wear. For those working in the corporate realm, our choice of clothing oftentimes resonate…
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