Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany graced the pages of the March Issue of Vogue Girl magazine to promote the new Jill Stuart bag and wallet collection. She wore pieces from Carven’s 2014 Summer collection for the magazine shoot and for the Jill Stuart 2014 S/S Accessory Lookbook. Let’s look at some of my favorite pieces in more detail.
In order to pull off this glittery Carven dress with strange design you need one thing: curves. Otherwise, I feel like the dress would wear you instead of the other way around. I really like how the dress looks on Tiffany, mainly because she curved her body in a very pretty shape. At first I didn’t like this dress but the more I looked at it the more I understood it. It’s odd and unforgettable. It’s unique while remaining simple, so I think it was a very good styling idea. Also, pairing this dress with a nude-toned purse was another great call that highlights both pieces.
This feminine pink dress has hip pockets and a cutout back! Excited! Sorry, I usually only see one or the other in a casual dress, not both. Although the front of this dress is pretty bland, the back is attention grabbing. I think it would be a good dress to wear on a first date, with a jacket too. When you approach the table the guy thinks: simple, traditional. Then before you sit down he helps remove your coat and bam! I’m sorry, did I just confuse you? The flower headband is elegant. I would definitely borrow that styling idea. If you want to buy this dress, it’s only $630.00. (Only, ha.)
Repetitive graphic prints are difficult to sell to me, mostly because it’s extremely easy to look like a picnic blanket. Tiffany sold it to me, the model on the right, not so much. I think the major difference is the statement blue purse. Having an accessory that really contrasts with the dress confuses the eye, so you don’t get too caught up in the dress pattern. The overall effect makes the outfit look interesting and quirky instead of jarring. If you want to buy this dress, it’s only $750.00.
This beautiful light blue purse is the kind of piece that goes with any outfit, casual or formal. I also love big purses so my eyes were immediately attracted to it when browsing through the lookbook. If you want to buy it, it’s $444.00 (with a discount).
I’m a fan of wallets, I am. I spend more time shopping for the right wallet than the right purse, even though my wallet almost never leaves said purse (I shop online…). I like the “live like diamond” quote and the diamond-shaped designer stamp. I think they hired the right girl to sell heart-patterned pieces. If you want to buy one, it’s $150.00 (with a discount).
This is, of course, the beautiful purse in the first photograph of Tiffany in this post. It has everything I usually hate in a purse: it’s a shade of camel, has unnecessary buckle details, and an oval-shaped designer stamp (I know it’s weird! I have strange dislikes!). Put this purse is actually very pretty, though the tiny dangling parrot might have sold it to me (Too cute, too cute!). If you want to buy this purse it’s about $420.00 (with a discount).