You want to dress like a boss, but you’re operating on a non-boss income level. How do you determine where to invest so that your wardrobe presents your best you, while not going into debt or having a closet full of “stuff” that you don’t really need?
The arrival of summer 2018 means the debut of some great new (and unexpected) collaborations, capsule collections and limited editions. Like summer itself, this season’s offerings are colorful, fun and refreshing. Whether you’re looking to unleash your inner child with a homage to Hello Kitty or Minnie Mouse, gearing up for the latest capsule collection from ultra-cool eyeglass maker Gentle Monster, or looking to do some good with Clare V, Pierre Hardy or Christian Louboutin, you’ll find your summer crush somewhere in this mix. After all, strange bedfellows are the norm in summer, n’est-il pas si?
How do you dress to look like a #GirlBoss? If it’s true that you need to dress for the job you want, not the one you have, then this is a rather important matter for the ambitious among us. But even for those badass women who are already bosses, this is still sometimes a pressing issue. As role models, coaches and mentors, lots of people are watching the boss women and trying to learn how to pull together a look that exudes authority, confidence, competence and smarts. You can spend a lot of time and money shopping and still not get it right, and who wants to do that? So how can you know what’s worth investing in and what’s not? And is there a formula for this?
The Dandelion Chandelier Luxury Calendar for Fashion and Design highlights notable events in the world of auctions, antiques, art fairs, gallery shows, design shows, fashion and beauty around the globe in June 2018. For the rest of the Luxury Calendar, click here. And don’t forget to check out our list of the best luxury items to shop for in the month of June, here.
Who looked angelic? Who raised an unholy row? And whose wardrobe needs a divine intervention? We know, the puns available for a fashion event with the theme “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” are endless and in questionable taste. So from here on in, we’ll just focus on the attire for this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala.