I may be nearing my final semester before completing Grad School, but that does not mean that I am above Back-to-School Shopping, which has been one of my favorite sports (why yes, I do consider Back-to-School Shopping an athletic activity) since I was in the first grade selecting a backpack featuring a 3D TROLL head from the store shelves. This year, however my Back-to-School Wish List is a bit more sophisticated – consisting of playfulness juxtaposed with a touch of rebelliousness…in other words, the new Princess Vera Wang Collection for Kohl’s.
The Princess Vera Wang Collection is girly glam that features inspirations from era’s past – like the 70s Bohemian / Hippie vibe of the Sheer Studded Paisley Top; to the 50s-inspired Letterman Cardigan – which is incredibly on-trend for Fall 2012.
I myself received two pretty pieces from the collection – the Sheer Studded Paisley Top mentioned above, which I plan on wearing with skyscraping platforms and flared denim; and the Jane Polka-Dot Convertible Cross-Body Handbag, which is the perfect accessory for vampy, monochromatic looks. We are talking Back-to-School Shopping here, so of course two bits of beauty isn’t enough to see me through the semester; thus, check out the other Princess Vera Wang pieces that have topped my wish list!
♥London Calling Cropped Twill Jeans - The red plaid is such a fun, rock & roll throwback.
♥Colorblock Lurex Cardigan - Obsessed with the hot pink hue and contrasting orange trim; not to mention the very preppy vibe of the tiny crest placed over the heart. This is perfect for summer-to-fall fashion transitions.
♥Blazer - A blazer is always an appropriate addition to a girls wardrobe. The charcoal gray color of this one lends a more casual touch to the style – perfect with dark denim and boots!
♥Gold Tone Simulated Crystal Stack Ring Set - Stackable rings are the most versatile accessory in the jewelry world in my opinion. I love this particular trio, which features a bow, a fox, and a textured band.
Which Princess Vera Wang pieces have caught your eye?
Thanks to Kohl's for the pictures.