Ashley Greene looked effortlessly chic at Comic Con in a ruffled blouse, skinny jeans and House of Harlow sandals. Get Ashley’s look with pieces from Opi, Papaya Clothing, Nordstrom and more!
GAVIN boutique, Chicago’s destination for women’s contemporary apparel and accessories, launched it’s e-commerce website today, GAVIN.com. The online shopping site features tops, bottoms, dresses, outerwear, and accessories from high-end lines including Rag and Bone, Gryphon, Elizabeth & James, House of Harlow, Jeffrey Campbell, and more.
The driving force behind GAVIN.com is owner Lauren Cavallo-Runzel. A former runway and editorial model, lAuren has developed an expert eye for fashion from preppy to posh, Gag to Grpset, boho to black tie, Gavin.com will will offer shoppers a multitude of styles. “I’m a big believer in money can’t buy great style”. Cavallo Runzel explains. “A $20 vintage black rhodium statement necklace can stand next to a $700 black leather jacket. It’s all about how you style it.” Lauren goes on to explain, “The site isn’t to push expensive apparel and accessories. The site’s mission is to sell styles that will carry shoppers throughout many fashionable seasons.” –
What can I say, I love Lauren Conrad’s style! Here she’s wearing a navy skirt, a white tee and looking fabulous as usual it’s the perfect blend of classy, trendy, and preppy with the just right amount of sexiness. I changed the skirt to one that I personally own and can attest to it’s perfect fit and details. And you gotta love the
Oxidized Gold Tone – $11 (originally $22) at 1928.com
Two Pocket Top – $10.80 at Forever21.com
Jessica Simpson ‘Clonise’ – $79 at Piperlime.com
House of Harlow Thin Stack – $32 at Chickdowntown.com
House of Harlow 1960, is scheduled to hit Kitson in early December, there will be a 35 piece collection ranging in prices from $50 to $250 and completely inspired by Nicole’s style. The line uses leather, silk strings, chains, rivets, gold plated metals, peacock feathers mimicking the bohemian, gypsy, flower child style that she is known for.
“I’ve always felt that great accessories are essential in every complete outfit and I wanted to create a collection that was easy to mix and match; to either wear alone as an everyday piece, or stack on to make more of a statement,” Nicole said in a press release. I personally love the pieces (especially the black leather ring) that