IN THE DETAILS :: UKE

Usually, our ‘In the Details’ posts have to do with interiors – but today it’s all about fashion, my friends.

This gorgeous line – UKE – out of Spain recently hit my radar, and I not only fell in love with the clothes themselves, but the details that are so DIY worthy if you happen to be crafty…

UKE-DIY-ideas

Embellished collars and necklines, even pockets and bows! And done tastefully too – I love to see a bit of restraint in this department. Of course the materials they use – mohair fringe and teak wood – aren’t exactly your garden variety picks for DIY’ers which is what makes this collection so special.

UKE-fashionable-details

There are other details too, of course, that you wouldn’t be able to DIY if you tried – the the stunning pleats on this head-to-toe navy look…

UKE all navy

I wish we’d see more women in gorgeous pants like these on the red carpet – something to set them apart in a sea of dresses. And for more casual days, it comes in denim too!

UKE denim UKE dress with detail

 

This dress may be my favorite in their fall lineup though – you’ve got to love a touch of black on navy, and that one graphic detail takes a basic shift dress to a whole new level.

For more of their designs, and where to buy, see the UKE website.

9 responses on “IN THE DETAILS :: UKE

  1. Alecia

    ooo gorgeous! Although, we did see Julia Roberts in pants at the Sag awards and unfortunately she had that weird double crotch thing going on. If only she had the pleating on the side she would have scored big!

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Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.

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