Yes, I’ve gotten to the point in my life where I only watch Pretty Little Liars to find out what they are wearing. Let’s face it, this whole mystery thing has taken too many turns. A good book has turned into a strange television show starring mid-twenty somethings who look gorgeously fab walking around in the woods with a new mystery every episode. So, let’s just focus on the fab part, shall we?
Aria’s character was looking sexy as hell in this outfit. If she had walked into my apartment looking like that, she definitely would have gotten a little more than some cute eye flirtation and we definitely would not have just sat around talking about a black and white film all night. With her hair down on the sides, those earrings, that skirt; Aria’s character is in full 1960s/modern mode and in season with the style. I know so many people who are afraid to wear black in the warm months. Why? If it looks good on you and the fabric is right for the weather, go for it!
Top: ‘Lost Ark Top’ by Blessed are the Meek
Skirt: Southwestern print mini skirt by Rachel Roy
This next outfit isn’t on the list for its greatness, but for its meekness. I’m a girly girl, and I love to put my hair up and wear long flow dresses, but this outfit is wrong every way you look at it. Spencer’s character, played by Troian Bellisario, has such a small frame. Too many pieces of clothing, or draped fabric just can make her look frumpy or old. Which is exactly what happened here. I see Pretty Little Liars fashion stylist Mandi Line tried to work it around her frame by tying the grey belt around that cute belt jacket. But with a dress that has such a bright color, it really doesn’t draw our eyes away from the fact that this is not working. This outfit ages her ten years. Although, these white boots are really nice. Too bad they are with an outfit that is just not working for the wearer. Fashion note, just because it is in style does not mean you should wear it. I had to learn that the hard way when low-rider jeans came out.
Dress: Long tiered crochet dress in emerald by Free People
Blazer: Collarless blazer by Gibson
Boots: ‘Mandate’ boots by Charles David
Hanna, my love and fashion mate. This outfit is just too cute. I am dying for a party to go to so I can wear this out. This teal jacket is timeless. I feel like someone could have worn this on the set of Beverly Hills 90210 (the original), and clearly someone could wear it on the set of Pretty Little Liars today, and everybody would be in style. Cut outs are big this season, so are animal prints, but I haven’t seen that many outfits that work the two trends together cohesive. It’s nice to see the two together without aging the wearer. The bus is great; it holds in the girls without giving too much away to the eyes. Cute and sexy all in one.
Top: Panther print bralet from Topshop
Skirt: Panther print skirt from Topshop
Cannot miss this episode without talking about those kick-ass pants that Emily’s character had on. Emily’s character is getting real lesbian rocker sexy and I am loving it. I’m not even that rock and I would wear these jeans all the time. Just goes to show when you have the right accessories, the clothes are a piece of cake. So let’s dwell on the bag a little bit and give it the “Oh my God” moment it deserves. I love bags that have little tassels and fringes on them. This bag retails for about $375, and it’s perfect for a bag lady like myself who always has tons of stuff to carry, but doesn’t want to look like a bag lady.
Pants: Scarf Embroidered Twig Mid-Rise Jean by BDG at Urban Outfitters
Bag: ‘Quinn’ bucket bag by Rebecca Minkoff