This woman has it all: confidence, little black dress, leather, retro glasses, platforms and a peace sign.....oh, and might we also mention--she’s Sweden’s most famous jewelry designer, Efva Attling. Efva’s pieces have appeared everywhere from Madonna’s neck to H&M stores. But, what do you think FOFs--is she queen of accessories or queen of excess?
"The mix of feminine and masculine pieces are original and really right for her. I love the neutral palette, the proportions and use of repeated, interesting textures. She went easy on the black leather--keeping it soft and sporty. The peace sign keeps her youthful and modern. Right-on!"
is a leading style expert and Random House author of Steal this Style
and Forever Cool
: “I love the way she looks and her attitude. The jacket would not have been my first choice but...it works. The dress length makes her outfit age appropriate and her oversized bag is ready for a day of schlepping. It’s different, refreshing, fun...she’s rocking it!”
is a Beverly Hills-based stylist. She was formerly in VIP sales for Louis Vuitton on Rodeo Drive.
"I love her fun-loving expression...but, unfortunately I don't love the outfit. That fit and flare dress feels too feminine and at odds with the other elements. I’d prefer it with more classic pieces like a trench coat and pumps. That strappy thing with the peace sign—is it jewelry or suspenders? I can’t figure it out. "
is the Sr. Vice President and Creative Director at Grey advertising as well as a fashion stylist and the creator of these clever work accessories
"I really like the leather bomber jacket and handbag--very original. Two-tone platform wedges are cool this season, but the harness necklace, beaded ankle bracelets and leather band below the knee are trying to be “too cool”. This woman overkilled a really good outfit with too many accessories. "
is a Ford model and the host and executive producer of Meet The Experts