The Loveknot

tying together all the things I love
Since I haven’t had time to post Fashion Tips, just thought I’d take the time to post a couple outfits I’ve been rockin.
Burberry jean jacket, BB Dakota maxi dress, (hard to see) Aldo original leather wedges

Since I haven’t had time to post Fashion Tips, just thought I’d take the time to post a couple outfits I’ve been rockin.

Burberry jean jacket, BB Dakota maxi dress, (hard to see) Aldo original leather wedges

Absolute serenity.

Absolute serenity.

Bringing Myspace pics back

Bringing Myspace pics back

thestyleline:


I just recently blogged about how writing is coming back into style on t-shirts and how, now, it’s a form of artwork and expression. It’s taking fashion to a whole new level and, I have to say, this is a trend I agree with.  Do you think it’s going to stay around for a while, though? Lately, trends have been changing so quickly it seems that as soon as an item goes on the shelf it’s immediately out of style.

If this trend does stay for a while, I’ll be interested to see how it evolves and changes. It’s an interesting form of self-expression and I’m often amused and intrigued by who is wearing what and their personal style choices.


PAUL JEREMY GRYKO, 16 STUDENT, POLAND

PAUL’S STYLE: My style is certainly simple and often very casual, because I like feeling comfortable with clothes I wear. Also my appearance should be compatible with my mood. I think there’s no signature trademarks… but I love headwear – beanies, cups and hats – I suppose it has something to do with my hair-complex (I really hate it!).

INSPIRATION: Everything might be inspiring, but especially people – I often view street fashion blogs and watch all these incredible photos of people in London, Paris or NY. However, even in my city I can be inspired by someone or something. And - just look at this amazing colors of autumn – they’re gorgeous! To those who will see, everything might be an inspiration. 

STYLE ICON: I don’t have a style icon, but I admire style of all these actors and actresses from old Hollywood. They had something elegant, subtle and sophisticated in their image!

PERSONAL STYLE EVOLUTION: person and it’s hard for me to say how my style evolved. I know that I’m at the beginning of my road – all I can admit it’s that I am still looking for “the golden mean” – between following trends and timeless elegance.

STAPLE ITEMS: Definitely a white shirt – it’s so many ways of good looking  in it – from elegant to casual.

FALL FAVORITES: Big, soft, warm sweaters! I love them! When it is so cold outside and you are sitting in your favorite sweater, reading a book and drinking cacao or tea (ooooh gosh) – you must know this wonderful feeling!

And coats – it’s incredible how they make you look more sophisticated. It’s been two years since I’ve changed sport jackets to coats in my wardrobe and I don’t regret it.

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like what you see? link up with paul by checking out his site here:  

http://paul-jeremy.blogspot.com/

I don’t think anyone truly appreciates a blazer like they should. It can take the simplest outfit and give it a little oomph. Whether you’re going to business casual, business, or just plain sexy preppy a blazer is your go-to item. Lately, you can get a blazer anywhere- Forever 21, H&M, Nordstrom, etc. Almost any store carries your basic black blazer and a variety of other (trendier) ones as well. If you’re only going to own 1 blazer, make it a black one, but if you already have that then be adventurous and try a pop of color or a new style.
I wore a blazer to cover up the fact that I was lacking “business casual” clothing, and it worked like a charm. Even with a simple v-neck and a great belt to pull together your outfit you can get away with some jeans and flats. Also, with Fall approaching it’s a great way to keep warm and stay cute!
(Vince Camuto blazer, GAP black ribbed tank top, GAP white skinny jeans, ALDO wedges)

I don’t think anyone truly appreciates a blazer like they should. It can take the simplest outfit and give it a little oomph. Whether you’re going to business casual, business, or just plain sexy preppy a blazer is your go-to item. Lately, you can get a blazer anywhere- Forever 21, H&M, Nordstrom, etc. Almost any store carries your basic black blazer and a variety of other (trendier) ones as well. If you’re only going to own 1 blazer, make it a black one, but if you already have that then be adventurous and try a pop of color or a new style.

I wore a blazer to cover up the fact that I was lacking “business casual” clothing, and it worked like a charm. Even with a simple v-neck and a great belt to pull together your outfit you can get away with some jeans and flats. Also, with Fall approaching it’s a great way to keep warm and stay cute!

(Vince Camuto blazer, GAP black ribbed tank top, GAP white skinny jeans, ALDO wedges)

Back to school

means back to forgetting everything! stay tuned for a fashion tips with katherine coming soon! it’ll entail: an update on life in so cal, the fall do’s and don’ts, and how to decorate your room all cute to avoid the feeling of a dorm/prison/etc!

TTFN!

DESIGN

is at the forefront of everything we do. even when we think we’re above buying the designer brand it’s impossible to ignore the fact that they inspired the item we did purchase.

happiness… everywhere.

(Source: Spotify)

APPARENTLY

all i want out of life is LOVE, BEAUTY, and HAPPINESS… according to this “the first 3 words you see are what you want out of life” thing. i think i like that i’m a romantic, desire to be surrounded by beauty, and to be genuinely happy.