Playful Afternoon with Closet Delights with Dolce & Gabbana Eyewear and 'THEN AND NOW'

by - Monday, March 18, 2013

Earlier this afternoon I have had a playful time playing around with Dolce and Gabbana’s spring and summer 2013 glasses and sunglasses range via Valley Optics amongst, putting together looks within the closet of ‘THENAND NOW’ within a budget of £1,000. I’ve managed it!

Starting with the chic beach and pool side girl who loves to take her outfits from day to night, I’ve decided to play with one of THEN AND NOW’s Tashia London Kaftan in cream with a gold detailing because they are a staple of pool side and evening glamour. During the day the women can add this over her swimsuit amongst, the fedora and the classic black Dolce and Gabbanasunglasses with a simple pair of sandals. By night she can glamour it up by adding jewellery, a pair of DKNY heels along with a good clutch and bracelet.



(It reminds me of Karl Lagerfeld’s Tale of Fairy where they are on the beach).







Moving onto road trip outfit which was inspired by my own attire of summer sunshine travel edits whilst, thinking of an open soft top with the mix tape blaring out as the sun shone down the dusty roads. The girl or boy sporting the classic chic cool aviators by Dolce and Gabbana adding a classic but simple pair of pumps or wedges along with, the Eugene Lin white vest top and Citizens of Humanity denim shorts which displace the beautiful must have summer tan.

A perfect walk out into the sunshine moment about town comes into play with the Tashia London fuchsia pink and white dress along with the Dolce and Gabbana pink and black sunglasses. Casual but statement making look as the young lady socialized with friends with a
takeout Starbucks ice tea. The young lady could add a friendship bracelet and a simple pair of ballerina pumps to finish off the look.

Overall each one of these outfits out of budget tells an accessory and fashion story out of staple garment and a pair of sunglasses, that Ladies is what your summer closet should do.

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