Juicy Couture track suits?Noriko said:I really love the Dolce and Gabbana sleeveless tops The dior ones rock as well. I have a lot of those, and a bunch of black pants. I like track suits too I usually wear black or gray suits to research though.
BCBGMaxazria. But they're more like cocktail dresses, I don't have any full blown gowns, I wish I did though I'm envious of the people who get to attend such marvelous events!ShopRodeo said:What about evening dresses?
I agree with Cristina - my daily wardrobe is pretty boring (I prefer to think of it as "classic") and comes from Ann Taylor, J. Crew, Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic. I do like jeans a lot - True Religion, Serfontaine, and Citizens are in my closet. I have a few Marc Jacobs pieces here and there, but as far as "designers" go, that's about it. Oh, and shoes...I buy mostly from Nordstrom's and live in Rainbow flip-flops when it's warm, but I have a few designer pieces in there - Pucci, Chanel, Gucci, Jimmy Choos, Sigerson Morrison, Ferragamo rain boots, and Isabella Fiore.Cristina said:For jeans, I like Juicy Couture and Frankie B. I'm not really into expensive clothes. I'd rather spend the $$ on bags Most of my work clothes come from Express, Banana Republic and the Gap. My favorite stores for casual clothes are Urban Outfitters, American Eagle and local surf shops (I love Volcom clothes )
I'm not too much into shoes, either. Most of the shoes in my closet are Enzo Angiolini, Steve Madden, Gianni Bini, Reaction by Kenneth Cole - stuff you'd get at Macy's and Dillard's. I have big, wide feet, so finding shoes is a problem for me and most of the time they're all uncomfortable, so why spend a lot of cash on them?blackbutterfly said:Shoes is not my thing...I just go for Nine West or Coach. I love Nikes, though...only sneakers I wear.