Showing posts with label gypset look. Show all posts
Showing posts with label gypset look. Show all posts

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Summer City chic

Staying in the City for the summer? But wanna look hippie casual?

Gypset shares some styling ideas for summer city look.

Denim has always been the easiest solution for city chic. Our suggestion is Current/Elliott slim destroyed jeans, with plain white t-shirt or tank top, dressy shoes - we love Manolos and a salmon colour pompom jacket by Le Lapin Blanc. Hat will make your style more Bohemian, while Chanel bag is safe and classy choice.
Summer chic

Open front jacket

Current/Elliott slim jeans

Manolo Blahnik high heel shoes
£250 -

Chanel denim purse
£1,265 -

Mint jewelry

Gucci oversized glasses
£280 -

le lapin blanc

Sunday, 24 May 2015

Gypset favourite boho looks

Gypset favourite summer ideas for boho look.

We love maxi dresses 😍

Maxi boho dress
Gypset style
Gypset look by Spell and Gypsy Collective 
Boho lace maxi dress
Madame de Rosa Gypset style
Le Lapin Blanc Gypset look for De Grisogono Cannes 2015
Gypset editorial
Etro, Chloe, Valentino Gypset style 

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Style your boyfriend's shirt

You slept over at his and walked back home in his favourite red shirt. But now it's your favourite too, it reminds you of him every second, it smells him and you will never give it back :) What can you wear it with? Any ideas? To make it look swaggy and gypsetty add a t-shirt, a hat and shorts

Red shirt

Crop top

Slouchy Boyfriend Shirt 29in

Jean shorts

Tribal print hat

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Effortless Gypset/ Gypsy look

Today we tried to recreate proper gypsy look in contemporary interpretation - what we call Gypset look, which includes long patterned skirt, shawl with a fringe and a cropped top. We didn't include any headdress or hairband on purpose, as it may look too historical, too heavy together with a shawl. Furthermore, as long as there is a pattern on skirt and shawl, only plain top can be used in this look. For the hair you can "put a flower in your hair" (if you go to San Francisco )

Shalom Harlow for Vogue US 1993
Gypset Gypsy Look Gypsy Skirt, Gypsy shawl
Gypsy skirt, Gypsy shawl by Le Lapin Blanc
Festival gypsy peasant skirt by Le Lapin Blanc

In this look:
Long gypsy peasant skirt by Le Lapin Blanc
Silk top by Louis Vuitton 
Extra large gypsy shawl by Le Lapin Blanc
Ibiza coin leather bag 

Sunday, 12 April 2015

Gypset spring boho look

Finally warm in London. Why wouldn't you bring some colour to your look. Trust us, it changes the mood 💐. We selected pieces from our shop to create this Gypset look. In order to create a perfect look try to select pieces with complimentary colours. In this particular look we used primary colours: red, blue and yellow. Never forget using colours which compliment each other in your looks.
Remember: opposite colours combination produces the most appealing effect. Impressionists knew it, thats's why we still love their art. Use the colour wheel for the reference (see below)

Gypsy tribal look, street style
In this look: 

Ottoman silk ikat robe/ kaftan by Le Lapin Blanc
Jumpsuit with kuchi details by Le Lapin Blanc
Suede fringe boots by Minnetonka
Oversized ponyskin bag by Ralph Lauren
Custom made sunglasses 

Colour wheel