At the start of every new year, we like to assess the previous year and more importantly, plan ahead for the next one. And one thing we definitely want to do in 2018 is take more risks with our wardrobe! Let’s admit it – life is short, fashion can be somewhat frivolous, and so why not have fun with it?…
The start of the new year is a time for change and new life in general, and that can definitely apply to your wardrobe and overall look. So why not make a style resolution or two? Here are some suggestions for your style resolutions for 2018. Wear Less Black (Or Just Fewer Neutrals). Is it just us, or do you…
There are a lot of places that give people pause when suggested as a vacation destination, but you can travel without fear.
We’re here to tell you that you can and should wear velvet during the day this winter.
Zanzibar. Even the name sounds romantic and exotic, doesn’t it? And the islands themselves are exactly that and more.
As the seasons change, so do our wardrobes. You don’t have to put everything summery away. Here are some of our favorite transition pieces.
Don’t want to give up on your summer florals? Neither do we, which is why the many darker, moody fall floral options are so inspiring.
There’s no denying the fact that the 90s are back in fashion in a big way. And while many of us might cringe at the thought of revisiting some of those trends, there’s plenty of good stuff to be found in 90s fashion as well.
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.