For those ultra-feminine girly girls out there… this is your season. Fall/ Winter 2014/2015 is all about the color pink. To be specific…pale pink. It is literally the color of the moment, and it’s everywhere. Most designers are including in their collections in one way or another, and the broad use only leads me to ask…which pieces do I need first! So many beautiful options (loving this Ralph Lauren fall 2014 example). As a proclaimed girly girl, you can bet that I’ll be rocking a pale pink dress this season…and if we’re lucky…a wrap or coat as well.
Now the question is, what are the best ways to bring this trend into interior? The obvious and most bold way is through painted walls. I can honestly say this is a very appealing option. The blush tones that are so popular right now are very flattering in most spaces. If in combination with the modern black and white décor out there right now, it is a great way to soften a space and add a little more home authenticity. I love tha...
Whether we love them or hate them, hashtags are a big part of our online fashion lives. This is how we talk about fashion….
And this is why we’ve decided to take the latest most popular fashion week hashtags, and turn them into our latest pendant lights. An in honor of their debut on the ST website/ shop, we thought we’d do a little digging into what the big deal is all about.
According to the latest info, hashtags are getting even more popular. The last New York Fashion week Spring/ Summer 2015 shows more than doubled Instagram use as compared to only one season before. Here are some of the latest numbers. To those of us who spent fashion week scouring our phones for the latest and greatest, it’s no surprise that hashtags are an important part of being in the know…let alone just part of the language we use to talk about glamourous things.
If you’ve ever wondered where all this started (like I most certainly have), here are some little known fun facts about hashtags.