I don't think a single person who grew up in my hometown made it out without tennis lessons. In suburban Atlanta, tennis is a way of life; it stays warm enough to play for nine months out of the year (at least), and the sprawling, recently developed suburbs feature tennis courts in literally every neighborhood. I learned to play tennis at approximately the same age that I learned how to swim, Michael Kors Outlet and in my part of town, it was a skill seen as just as essential for survival. I know so many friends' moms who would have died over the MICHAEL Michael Kors Jet Set Tennis Racket Covers.If these racket covers make one thing clear, it's that Michael Kors knows its demographic. People who buy MICHAEL Michael Kors' preppy, sporty, well-priced bags are probably far more likely to play tennis than the average member of the population, and tennis is a sport that requires a certain amount of expendable income and a certain number of sometimes-pricey accessories anyway. Bags, racket covers, sweat bands - why not take things to the next level of ridiculousness? I'm not much of a logo fan, MK Outlet personally, but if I had gone a different way in life and was still playing tennis in metro Atlanta, I could totally see myself carrying a highlighter-colored neoprene sheath for my racket. After all, you have to put it in something. It might as well be something fun.
It's been a while since we've put up a Want It Wednesday post, and it's also been a while since I've really wanted a Michael Kors bag. Don't get me wrong, Kors' bags are highly wearable and I can barely make it down a block in New York City without seeing one on someone's arm, Michael Kors Handbags but some of the bags simply don't speak to me. This is not the case when it comes to the Michael Kors Collection Gia Top Zip Satchel, however. This bag speaks to me on many levels and I want nothing more than to add it to my collection and make a special place for Michael Kors in my closet. Between the structure, the different combinations of materials and the shape, I really think this Michael Kors bag is a great staple for fall and winter.
The front flap features an embossed croc skin, while the sides have embossed ostrich. That seems like it could be over the top, but in reality, it's just the right combination for this bag. Much of that success has to do with the coloring of the bag; everything is tonal and neutral, which helps tone down the array of finishes. The shape of the bag is what first lured me in - it's a structured satchel but has a long shoulder strap which will make it easy to carry as well. Another addition I really like is the front flap pocket, Michael Kors Bags along with the ability for the bag to expand because of its zippered gussets. Price is $995 via ShopBop. Michael Kors is as traditional and classic a purveyor of American sportswear as you'll ever find, so when even he is exploring modernism, you know it's genuinely where the industry is headed. Kors is world-famous for his timeless, wearable separates and sleek evening dresses, and sleek is in fact a perfect word to describe Michael Kors Spring 2013. From striped knits to ensembles covered with digital prints of clouds and pools, the trim shapes in bold, Michael Kors preppy colors were clearly looking forward. To say that the collection only had the future in mind, though, would be overly simplistic; there was also a heavy dose of 60s graphic idealism in the clothes, particularly in the stark way that colors were juxtaposed against white and black (and sometimes, against each other). In the end, though, it was more modern than mod. One only needs to take a look at Karlie Kloss's slim black finale dress to know which era won out.