Style:
Leather and Lace

Not only is this song included on every one of my personal playlists, but it has also always been a popular pairing in fashion. From 80′s Madonna to the runways of 2014, this unexpected mix never loses it’s appeal. The reason it works- sometimes it’s hard to choose. You want to exude femininity, but you also want to have an edge. Why can’t you be the good girl AND the bad girl? When you wear this playful combo, you most certainly can.

1. Zara Motorcycle Jacket with Zips $119. I believe Zara has cornered the market on reasonably priced outerwear. The styling, quality and fit of their  jackets are phenomenal for the price point. And this leather jacket is no exception, it’s on trend with a sexy fit and designer details for a fraction of the price.
2. Lover Vee Vee fitted slip dress $695. Lover is my go to label for beautiful lace pieces.  The quality of their lace is always impeccable. And they are able to execute silhouettes  that are both romantic and modern.
3. Adina Reyter Pave Diamond Star Earrings $398 These earrings add a touch of whimsy to any outfit. They are a great investment because of their versatility- perfect for day or night.
4. Alexander Wang Prisma Envelope Clutch $595 I love this clutch for it’s classic shape and edgy details.
5. Anine Bing Suede Boots $399 Every season Anine offers a well curated collection of trend driven yet very wearable boots. The color and styling of these make them very versatile, you can pair them with absolutely everything.

Wells Butler is a fashion veteran, with over a decade of experience in the industry. She launched and was Creative Director for a successful women’s contemporary label for eight years. For the the past three years she has worked as a  wardrobe stylist and personal shopper. She is a new Mom and is enjoying balancing her career and motherhood.

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