Nylon Magazine's website led me to discover wild and crazy fashion blogger/model Audrey Kitching's newest clothing line. It's called Coco de Coeur and fans of Kitching won't be dissapointed. The shots from the line's photo shoot show over-the-top quirky looks, but I think these cute, girly separates can be utilized in any girl's wardrobe to give an outfit a little spunk. I especially love the feline- themed printed t's (and the borders surrounding the pictures)! Adorable!
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This look is a little punk, a little funk, and a little girly rock-and-roll. I'm not sure that any of us could pull off this entire look for everyday life (especially with that zany-glamorous makeup)! But I'm envisioning tucking that adorable t-shirt into a voluminous bright-colored mini-shirt for a daytime look. Or for night, it can be worn over some tight leather pants.
What I like most about this look is the mesh cardigan. It's funky, cool, and laid back. It could work over any type of outfit- from body-con dresses to t-shirts and jeans. This piece would give an ordinary ensemble some visual interest. Pair it with a spiked necklace to amp up the funky vibe, or with some pretty floral jewels to change the look from funky to edgy-girly.
These looks read punk-princess, but I think the outfits can be deconstructed so that each piece's versatility can be spotlighted. The studded vest on the left is in a neutral color-so why not use it like a jean jacket? I can see this piece over a girly printed sundress this summer, or over a long-sleeved chiffon blouse in the fall. The brand logo muscle tee on the right can easily be worn with a neon lacey bra underneath (as is the fun, easy trend this summer) and skinny jeans in a girly floral print. With pieces this bold-make sure you keep the color of your footwear neutral and your jewlery minimal.
This is my favorite look from the collection's lookbook, and I wouldn't change a thing about it and I don't think it needs to be deconstructed to be wearable. The majority of the outfit is black-with only a few pastel accents. I especially adore the head scarf! I'd wear this look to a casual-cool night spot.
These shots for Coco de Coeur make me want to dye my hair pink and move to LA. But instead of actually doing those things, I think I'll just use these pictures as inspiration for days when I want to add some extra funk to my wardrobe. How would you wear these pieces?
These photographs do not belong to me-but belong to Audrey Kitching, Coco de Coeur, and nylonmag.comPin It Now!