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The Birdy traveler is for jet setting, smartly

The cutest carry on to hit the travel accessories market recently made it's debut and it's totally all that. A vintage vibe restyled with latest tech savvy, glamour and it's practical.

Images: Smart Birdy website

Here's how we view the new Smart Birdy carry on pieces 👇

Pink braided raffia heels kick up summer chic a few notches while raffia flats are cool & comfy 👜

Not roughing it in raffia

Natural, tall and pretty in pink braided raffia! These high court shoes are super stylish with  the toe embellished with a double tassel also made of raffia by Blumarine in their SS17 collection. 

Raffia embellished wedges with white leather guaranteed you'll stand above the crowd. 

I am always feeling superb when I wear my Superegas, now they  have it in raffia too! 

A classic in raffia by Oscar de la Renta, perf with a white suit. 

I spotted these in Rabat, Morocco and bought a few pairs in differ…

Freedom-loving glam characterized the butterfly bohemian look & attitude 👜

The butterfly bohemian look of 1967

Think flowing skirts, velvet bell-bottoms & exuberant Afros. In 1967, for a short but intense time, women adorned themselves in a new kind of fashion sense that also came with a new freedom-loving attitude. It was called "butterfly bohemian".

Image of butterfly art: Shutterstock

Vanity Fair says that "in a single year, Mad Men babes had been overtaken by incense-burning soul seekers." Read more at Vanity Fair's article, "The Year That Upended Women's Fashion".

 Photo Credit: Time Life Pictures/Pix …

The butterfly bohemian look of 1967

Think flowing skirts, velvet bell-bottoms & exuberant Afros. In 1967, for a short but intense time, women adorned themselves in a new kind of fashion sense that also came with a new freedom-loving attitude. It was called "butterfly bohemian".

Image of butterfly art: Shutterstock

Vanity Fair says that "in a single year, Mad Men babes had been overtaken by incense-burning soul seekers." Read more at Vanity Fair's article, "The Year That Upended Women's Fashion".

 Photo Credit: Time Life Pictures/Pix …

Women are raving about MI OLA’s fit, function (SPF 50+ fabrics!) & excellent customer service 👜

MI OLA: Redesigning swimwear to keep you in the game

By Myra Gonzalez

Summer is here and it’s time to look forward to endless warm, bright days leading to beach holidays, pool parties and enjoying more outdoor time.

For many, it’s also time to upgrade the swimwear collection. Do you go for fashionable, state-of-the-art performance suits or seasonal, trendy fashion-conscious swimwear? With an abyss of prints, fabrics and prices to navigate, which do you chose?

The swimwear market is a revenue-rich ocean that is swelling globally. Research shows swimsu…

Don't try & sugarcoat things. Crop tops, cut-outs, & cold shoulders are at the eyesore stage 👜

Trashin' Fashion: Trends that need to get canned

Fashion can be quite fickle. What's popular one moment might be shunned the next. It's difficult for anyone to remain trendy when styles tend to change with the direction of the breeze. However, then there are those trends that never seem to relent. They pop up out of nowhere and they refuse to disappear. Though potentially appealing at the start, their sickening prevalence turns them into an inevitable eyesore. Here are some of the latest styles that need to call it quits:

Chokers. Have you ever…