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Editor: Gerald Cruz
Gerald believes coffee and fashion go hand in hand. Great espresso, Owens, Wang, and Demeulemeester are perfection.
Look good-enough-to-eat in falls sweetest shades!
Pastel shades may be the trend that just won’t die, but at least it means you can rock your summer wardrobe into fall! Freshen up your closet with a pastel dress, or make the trend work for winter in a pretty pastel duster coat. You’ll look as sweet as a macaroon in no time!
Do you love pastel shades, or do they make you as sick as eating too much candy?! Let us know below!
And You Thought the Animal Print Trend was Over?
Lions, tigers, and bears (okay, not bears), oh my! Animal prints on anything from faux-fur coats and denim skinnies to clutches and pointy flats have never really left the fashion scene, but every now and then the trend comes back in full-force. Well, it’s that time of year again.
Here’s Wantering’s Top 7 Fall Picks in Animal Print! Don’t drop the ball and miss out on these.
2) Diane von Furstenberg 440 Colorblocked Snakeskin Clutch (on sale guys!)
3) ASOS Curve Shift Dress in Animal Print (SALE, SALE!)
5) Nike Pro-Classic Tiger Dri-FIT Sports Bra (well, we’re going to the gym, how about you?)
6) Deena & Ozzy Smyth Calf Hair Phone Wallet from Urban Outfitters
7) Capulet Moto Jacket in Micro-Animal Print (just released and we want it bad)
If you can’t get enough, check out our “animal inspired style search”, which is filled with the coolest freakin’ style stream.
Kathleen, Wantering Editor
Early rising and late working, Daniel Betancourt is the definition of determination. Although he unintentionally started his menswear lifestyle blog through an online journal (intended for his family to keep up with his life in the USA as an international college student), it turned out to be his passion - how convenient!
Meet Daniel, and find out how he got started in the world of styling!