Emma Stone takes airport style to a classic casual level with a lightweight trench coat and sneakers. Here’s how to steal her look!
Now that we’re officially into March and temperatures are teasing us with a steady rise, we’re ready to breathe a breath of fresh air into our clothes with lighter fabrics, breezier colors, and everything that channels the springtime blues! Spring 2016’s runways were awash with a plethora of blue and white stripes, taking the look from the sea to the streets.
Pleat me! Ah, to love pleats. OK, so they are not always the most slenderizing detail, but how can you not love them? Gone are the days where pleats were just preppy or stuffy.
It’s time to cast aside the fashion taboo that leather and suede is only for the winter months. Suede has made a major comeback and not in the heavy weight 1960s and 70s hippie way. Suede has been re-imagined for today’s modern woman (and man!) and is now soft, buttery, lightweight and ideal for transitioning into the warmer weather months.
I LOVE GUM! Gum is a treat for me. My husband hates it so I don’t chew it around him, but when I’m hungry I usually grab a piece of my beloved Trident Layers gum (have you tried the Swedish Fish flavor yet?) so I can stave off eating something bad for me.
KOREAN BEAUTY? WHAT’S THE DEAL?
I’m sure by now you have heard Korean beauty products are all the rage (that’s where BB creams originated). Why? Well Korean’s take their skin care very seriously and value a healthy complexion. Therefore many of their products are innovative, revolutionary, gentle and best of all…fairly inexpensive.
Believe it or not, spring is on its way! In case you hadn’t noticed, the sun is shining in the early evening again- and you know what that means! It’s almost time to clean out your wardrobe and start switching in some transitional pieces to adapt with the upcoming shift in weather. Personally, I’m a huge fan of wearing light layers and experimenting with different silhouettes, textures and color palettes. The unexpected forecast can make dressing a challenge, but it can also be fun to mix things up and break up the monotony.
Since we have moved He Said/She Said from Second City Style over to our new NATIONAL site Fountain Of 30 we thought we’d try something new for the Oscars. Red Carpet season is really more about bridal and prom than fashion in general (at least it really influences both), we thought we would compare notes to see if we thought this year’s Oscar dresses would make good wedding gowns or prom dresses or neither.
OK, so maybe host Chris Rock made a little too much hype about the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag. But once again, it wasn’t the lack of diversity or Jennifer Lawrence’s fall (there wasn’t one, she was barely on the red carpet at all), or even Leonardo DiCaprio’s huge win for Best Lead Actor (FINALLY!) that made our jaws drop at the 2016 Oscars this year. It was those statement-making gowns, of course.
It is a well-known fact that in fashion, trends repeat themselves. The boho game came into existence in the 70s and has seen resurgence in the early 2000’s and once again last season. The 60s mod trend has died and come back to life more times than any of us cares to admit. This time around, it’s the 90s decade…
Jennifer Aniston brings style to the streets with an easy-to-wear weekend look. Whether you are out shopping or running errands with your kids it’s a look that is not only cozy but chic. Start with an oversized sweater. This Tart cashmere draped sweater can be worn now and into spring. Complement it with a pair of slim cut jeans like…
Did you wear your sunglasses at night? Did you party like it was 1999? Did you need a hero? Did you have the eye of the tiger, or were you a round the way girl, a material girl, or a girl who just wanted to have fun?
I recently read women ingest nearly 4 pounds of gloss/lipstick in their lifetime. Considering I am constantly applying the two throughout the day I am going to assume I consume even more.
Since fashion and fashion trends are moving at warp speed it’s getting harder and harder to determine the bigger trends. Also they keep repeating year after year which lends to the question, is there anything new out there?
As is usually the case, you have to take some of the beauty trends that come from New York Fashion Week (NYFW) with a grain of salt. It’s not likely you will see anyone wearing feathers glued on to their painted nails (like at Libertine) or with glitter highlighted cheeks (like at Opening Ceremony) or frizzed out crazy-person hair with…