If you follow pretty much any celebrity fashion or news site, you’ve probably noticed that there’s no shortage of beautiful women with great figures wearing oversized or downright baggy tops, dresses, and pants. But what looks adorable on a skinny teenager can look unflattering or even sloppy on those of us who are older than say, nineteen.
Think about swapping out your basic khaki and similar shades like taupe and camel for olive. We show you how to make this neutral work for you.
There’s no denying the fact that athleisure is here to stay, but there’s also no denying the fact that it’s tough to do right, especially in hot weather and particularly for non-twentysomethings. But that said, it’s totally possible to not only pull off athleisure in the summer months, but to look great and be incredibly comfortable doing it.
if you’re not a fan of pink or just want to try something new, may we suggest a soft greenish blue? Try the Tiffany blue color trend.
There’s nothing like the arrival of a new season to make you want to update your old denim favorites. Here are all the current trends you need to know.
Here’s how to update your look for spring without diminishing your core fashion personality…
You might associate spring break with high school and college kids going wild in Cancun or whatever the hot destination of choice is this year. And while, that’s a thing, grown women might deserve a spring break even more – and what’s better, we can do it in style.
There’s a lot to love about spring and summer trends in general, from the lighter and brighter colors to the perpetually present, and perpetually loved, sweet and romantic florals. This season, we’re getting an extra dose of bold, feminine drama in the form of flamenco fabulous inspired looks that are anything but costume-y.
Happy Lunar New Year! 2017 is the year of the Rooster, and if you want it to be a lucky one, there are some intriguing traditions to follow, such as what colors you should wear, what you should eat and more. Plus, the fashion is fantastic! You’re supposed to wear new clothes and get a new haircut, so the holiday is a great excuse to shop!
Perhaps the quickest way to update your look for the upcoming months is to change up your sleeve styling. Here are some of our favorite options.
For many of us, the holidays include some time spent lounging with our nearest and dearest, eating lots of delicious food, watching some classic holiday movies and family favorites, and of course, opening presents together on Christmas morning.
Being comfortable is a primary concern for all of these activities, of course, so you need some amazing loungewear – or even pajamas! They are pretty much the traditional Christmas morning ensemble, and here are some excellent options.
There’s a good chance that at least a few of our readers have played with with the goth aesthetic or some kind of witchy style at some point in their lives. It might have been a regrettable high school experiment or something more along the lines of modern day renaissance styling or perhaps a bit of tough girl glam inspired by Game of Thrones or Mad Max. However, those days are over and you’ve upped your fashion game and your budget, but maintained your love for all things dark, moody and romantic. So here’s what you should wear…
It’s almost that time of the year again – time for candy, haunted houses, scary movies and coming up with a Halloween costume that doesn’t involve a ton of time, effort or other ridiculousness.
Some of us love Halloween and spend all year planning our costumes. That’s great if you’re that type. However, this article is then not for you. It’s for those of us who want to participate in the spirit of the holiday without spending tons of money or time on a costume.
A new season means new colors on the runways, in stores and in your wardrobe. And while we love our tried and true neutrals – marking the change in the calendar by changing up the colors that we’re wearing keeps things interesting and fresh. Of course, every season has its key trends and associated popular hues – and we’re loving the ones Pantone is reporting on this season. Here are the key colors for Fall ’16
It might still be scorching outside, but inside the pages of your fashion magazines and on the digital pages of your favorite blogs (like ours we hope) we’re already thinking about autumn. And of course, we’re ready to start wearing our new fall clothes right now, even though it’s not even quite Labor Day! So because we’re fashionably impatient, we’ve come up with plenty of ways to mix in our fall pieces without being completely seasonably inappropriate. Here some of our favorites.