Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Gilded Gardens

Fall fashion is upon us, and we're already starting to see gold, accompanied by some cold. Gardens with golden greenery call for gilded webs, plush pink fur, and Emerald & Palm. A burgeoning brand bringing back the Golden Age, E & P garments are classic and clever, effortless and elegant, and exude Old Hollywood Opulence.   

Today's Art Deco Autumn inspired look features Emerald & Palm's 'Nicole' dress in winter white. The Nicole is a staple - simple in lines, but over the top in sophistication and style. Extremely versatile, with it's voluptuous silhouette, the Nicole can be styled a million different that's smart!

The Nicole is available in sleeveless, as well as long sleeves , and both are available in either classic black, or white. The sleeveless Nicole is not only stunning in the Spring / Summer seasons, but it works wonders in the winter. Sometimes layering coats and capes can appear bulky, but without sleeves, it leaves room for some glamorous gloves, opera length style!

One of my main struggles with colder climates is not only staying warm, but comfy! I'm over the moon happy that the Nicole Dress is made of ponte fabric, so I can feel comfy & cozy, even with the glitz & glam. Another bombshell bonus point is the structured mock neck, as seen on many of my favorite starlets, especially Marilyn Monroe. Finished with a kick pleat, the Nicole Dress is a nostalgic nod to styles seen on the silver screen of the past.

The possibilities with the Nicole Dress are endless, but today I opted for white and gold, with a pop of pink. This dress shape looks particularly sharp with some pointed toe stilettos (especially gold). Feeling festive for fall, I dressed up the Nicole with a golden body necklace featuring a spiderweb. Our shop The Pink Collar Life, carries all of your pastel faux fur needs! Click here for some pretty pink fluff.

Visit our friends E & P, as their unique approach to a Golden Age revival is refreshing and remarkable! 

<3 Ashlyn

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