‘Tis the season to get festive.. with Coachella, Levitation (formally Austin Psych Fest), Sasquatch, Bonaroo, Governor’s Ball (+ a million more music festivals) just around the corner, we’ve started this Festival Bandit playlist filled with this year’s festival artists to get us in the mood! Follow our Pinterest board, #FestivalBandit for some MAJOR outfit inspo too! We’ll be adding to the playlist (below) and board all summer long to keep the good vibes goin’. Xx(photo by Antoine Verglas)
Picture it: The year is 1967. The place: Laurel Canyon. Tucked away in the hills of Los Angeles, bohemian bungalows fill the canyon inhabited by the coolest and most talented in the music industry. Marijuana smoke fills the air and Frank Zappa could take a stroll down the road and hear the tunes of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s guitars echoing through the hills. Graham Nash moved out to LA to stay with his lover, Joni Mitchell. All hanging out together, co-writing songs, taking drugs, and messing around.. David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Michelle Philips, Linda Ronstadt, Mama Cass, The Rolling Stones, Frank Zappa, and Jackson Browne were just a few of the groovy rock ‘n’ roll Bandits that were making history in the free love world of Laurel Canyon. Other stars from all of the world were known to have frequented the canyon to visit their famous friends, too. Here are some dreamy stills from the time we all wish we could go back to and be a part of…
Starting today through St. Patrick’s Day, we wanna see what brings ya’ll GOODLUCK! Show us your lucky charms for a chance to win a Concho Wing Cuff & Earring set in mojave green turquoise
**retail value of $250**
Here’s how to win:
1. Follow us on instagram @the2bandits
2. Post a photo of your lucky charm (extra points for creativity!)
3. Explain why it’s lucky to you
4. Hashtag #banditluckycharm & #the2bandits
Keep your fingers crossed and an eye on our feed, we will announce the winner on Tuesday, March 17th!
Good luck, Bandits!
Since we love ya’ll SO much, we wanna give you a lil somethin’ somethin’ back when you shop with us! Starting today, for every $100 spent, get a $25 gift card! XO
Fashion Week for Fall 2015 RTW in New York and London has ended and boy are we satisfied with what we saw! 70’s bandit babe style was prominent on the runways. From suede to fringe, to lace and bandanas, we’re having daydreams of a designer dude ranch over here. There were definitely some stand out designers that pulled at our little cowgirl heart strings. Here’s a look at our favorite bandit-esque looks from Fashion Week!
Anna Sui has proven once again that she has mastered 70’s boho chic adorned with lace-up boots and knitted viking helmets.
Burberry Prorsum blew us away with bohemian florals and AMAZING head-to-toe suede fringe looks.
We’re in love with the enchanted, romantic, Victorian-esque lace and embroidery that dominated Alberta Ferretti‘s (Milan) runway.
House of Holland featured graphic red and white stripes and very bandit-y neck handkerchiefs.
Coach totally won us over. They really stepped up their game with a fresh, edgy vibe. They even sported bandanas, our fave accessory of 2015! Their show also included AMAZE outerwear with badass leather and luscious shearling.
We could die happy in Rodarte‘s collection. Their runway included sexy leather and lace looks paired with luxe fur.
Temperley London featured graphic tribal prints and gorgeous fall palettes mixed with bright whites and shimmering sequins – a yummy fall/winter wonderland.
Ralph Lauren brought class with heavenly knits paired with fringe, suede, and fur – mixed with Native American inspired accessories. The looks really screamed Snow Bandit.
Mara Hoffman‘s style is the epitome of Desert Goddess. Her collection featured beautiful tribal and mountain range inspired prints. Her oversized fur coats killed us and her opulent gold and white printed two-piece sets sparkled down the catwalk.
We love a good arm party… So much so, that we designed our bracelets with the intention of stacking, mixing and matching.
We’re now offering our favorite bracelets in 4 different Stacking Sets. The best part is, if you buy the set it’s cheaper than buying the individual bracelets.
Who says you can’t have ‘em all?! Stack up here x
We Bandits believe in being independent women, single or taken. So we urge you to treat yourself this Valentine’s weekend and we have just the way to do it… Starting today through Sunday, February 15th
, spend $200 or more and get a surprise gift from us! (retail value of $100) #Treatyoself at www.the2bandits.com
And we have one more little treat for you… our Sweet Treats playlist!
Whether your sipping champagne with a honey or by your fabulous self, we’ve created the ultimate Valentine’s Day playlist to accompany you. Filled with songs from our all time favorite romantic films, as well as new and old favorites, this playlist hits all the bases of love. In love or out of love, we have you covered. You’ll be singing and shakin’ along to some epic love and break-up songs.
XO Bandit Babes!!
In 1972, David Bowie became the ultra glam sex god — Ziggy Stardust. No one can argue that Bowie’s looks redefined gender, glam, sex, and rock n’ roll forever. His looks were filled with fantasy and flair from glitter suits and avant-garde kimonos, to space age jumpsuits — all coming from the mind of one man… Japanese designer, Kansai Yamamoto. Yamamoto is responsible for all of the Ziggy Stardust looks from his ‘Space Samarai’ to his ‘Spring Rain’ costume; with giant rounded legs, sequin stripes, and tear away red side panels. All of the world’s eyes were hypnotized by the babe that is Ziggy Stardust. Here are some of Yamamoto’s looks that set the stage for the rest of the glam rock revolution…