Outfit Details | Top (c/0 Lacson Ravello), Culottes (c/o Lacson Ravello), Shoes (Mgemi), Purse (Chloe), Sunglasses (Dior).
One of my favorite parts of blogging is being introduced to new and local San Francisco designers. Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Lacson Ravello, aka the designer line that not only appreciates wearability and comfort but also cutting edge trends and designs. Lately, I’ve been gravitating toward “grab-and-go” pieces that I can wear with a variety of items in my closet. Don’t get me wrong. These “grab-and-go” pieces are not throw away pieces. These are special pieces that I have been collecting over the past year or so that continue to make me feel confident, on trend, and, dare I say, unique in one of the most fashionable cities in the world every single time I slip them on. Everything about Lacson Ravello’s stunning Spring 2016 line, and all of her other collections for that matter, appeals to this new style resolution that I’ve made for myself. Each piece is exquisitely made and the fabrics are just divine. This might be the softest striped tee that I have ever slipped onto my body and I am not mad about it. Not one bit! Oh, and can we talk about these chambray culottes? I’ve been somewhat shying away from culottes due to my height but the cut and color of this pair are to die for and I love that they add some edge to this outfit. Plus, how can I say no to the gorgeous color?! Overall, I love that these pieces feel like easy staples in a closet but also feel special enough to stand out in a crowd while walking around the downtown of your favorite city or taking a stroll on the beach.
Of course, I am lucky that Lacson Ravello is locally based for me, but ladies, you can shop everything I’m wearing (and more!) right here. You’re welcome.
This post was sponsored by Lacson Ravello. All thoughts and opinions are, as always, my own.
Ok, I never, ever thought that I would say this, but these culottes are really smashing! I have always resisted this style, feeling that although comfortable, they did nothing to flatter the figure. I will have to correct myself after this blog. These are fun, chic, flattering and truly deserve a second look! Thanks for the introduction!