scarves and espadrilles are key re­sort pieces

Paula Style - - Fashion Pleasers -

Sum­mer fes­ti­val essen­tials have not strayed far from the clas­sic Euro­pean de­lights of silk scarves and cot­ton espadrilles. Look out for the bootie styles and the new plat­form slides in leather to pro­vide a mod­ern easy edge to hol­i­day dress­ing.

Blan­ket Stitch Boat Shoe 5795 in Nat­u­ral/black or White/black

Espadrille Wedge 5796 in Salmon/gold or Black/stone

Blan­ket Stitch An­kle Shoe 5812 in Salmon/ White

min­i­mal­ismhas be­come the norm in re­sort dress­ing. Keep jew­ellery sim­ple if worn at all and go for or­ganic pieces that pro­vide a more ca­sual ap­proach. Some­times a bag, belt and a watch is all you need for a well turned out day­time look. Over ac­ces­soris­ing is ag­ing and dat­ing in ca­sual cloth­ing. City cor­po­rate dress­ing calls for sim­plic­ity also. Keep your me­tal theme con­stant. No mix­ing gold with sil­ver un­less the cuff or neck­lace is de­signed in mixed met­als. Evening dress­ing, be it cock­tail or din­ner, is when the spe­cial jew­ellery looks the part; gold, sil­ver, pearly state­ments in cuffs, neck­pieces and ear­rings but don’t overkill. Ear­rings and a cuff, or a neck­lace and a cuff can be enough. Left: Pure Silk Scarf 5852.

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