Swedish fast-fashion giant, H&M, just announce a collaboration with Balmain, a fashion house known for its elaborate intricacies. In anticipation of this exciting collaboration, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite looks from Balmain. Which is your favorite, and what do you hope to see from this upcoming collection?
This spring there are a few essentials we think everyone should have in their closet. These pieces are timeless, fun, and perfect for the season! Which items are on your spring essentials list?
During spring florals transcend the the landscape and make their way into closets everywhere. Celebrate the season with a blooming floral piece, whether its a skirt, blouse or a full dress!
While white is usually a go-to for summer, we’re totally into breaking this style out a little early; especially when the ensemble is all white like this one.
A wide-leg palazzo pant is just the thing you need to keep you comfortable and stylish this season!
Stripes are a classic pattern that often pops up right around spring, and this spring is no exception! We love the clean lines and the casual-chic style associated with this particular pattern.
A super saturated skirt is a must for a vibrant spring outfit! Pair it with a contrasting color for a bold pop, or mix it with neutrals to let it really shine.
Last night was one of fashion’s favorite events: the Met Gala. This year’s theme was China: Through The Looking Glass, and it definitely brought out some daring looks.
Rihanna stunned in a couture dress created by Chinese designer, Guo Pei.
Solange Knowles wowed the crowd in a dynamic, circular Giles dress.
Karen Elson looked stunning in a vibrant red gown with an embellished gold bodice.
Bee Shaffer was the picture of elegance in her deep red gown.
Fan Bingbing looked absolutely elegant in a sequined gold dress, but it was the embellished cape that really stole the show.
This Mother’s Day make your mom something as bright and colorful as her personality! We used a basic coral scarf as a base, and embellished it with pompom trim in fun colors! This scarf would look beautiful paired with a floral dress and sandals.
What You’ll Need:
1 3/4” Pom Pom Fringe
3/8” Pom Pom Fringe
15mm Mini Pom Pom Loop Fringe
Needle and Thread
Scissors1. Evenly fold your scarf in half. Take your loop fringe and wrap around the end of the scarf about 7 inches up.
2. Cut and sew in place.
3. Under the loop you just sewed, take another pom pom fringe and wrap around scarf end and sew in place.
4. Take your last fringe and wrap around the two you just sewed. Sew in place.
As it turns out, according to Google, tulle skirts are one of the hottest things in fashion, and we can see why people love them! Not only are they fancy and feminine, they’re also relatively easy to DIY. Although they’re definitely attention-grabbing, tulle midi skirts aren’t a hard piece to pull off if paired with confidence! Here are some of our favorite ways to style them.
The season’s biggest festival, Coachella, just ended, but it has definitely set the tone and trends for upcoming music festivals! The event usually brings out the best in bohemian fashion, and it seems like the free-spirited style is only heightened each year. This year we saw no shortage of fringe, crop tops and intricate accessories. Here are some of our favorite looks from this year!
Pretty pastels are usually a hallmark style of the season. The soft shades mimic the beautiful colors of spring, and from mint to peach there’s almost always a pastel that can make its way into your closet. If these hues just aren’t your thing for an all-over outfit, add a pop of pastels by way of accessories. Whether with a pair of baby blue shoes or a lavender clutch, you can channel spring in your style!
If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to jazz up a basic pony tail, look no further! All you need is a hair elastic, some leather cord, and, literally, two minutes.
1/8” Faux Leather Tape
1- Take your hair and place in a pony tail.2- Place leather under the pony tail. Leave about 6 inches of leather hanging. Wrap leather around the pony tail.
3- Leave about 6 inches hanging once you are about to come to the end. Tie the ends together.
Pom poms were such a hot accessory this winter, but you can take the pom pom trend into any season with this fun DIY! Add a playful touch to your ponytail by adding colorful bunch of pom poms to the back. You can add a few different colors to your comb or go with one big pom pom to really make a statement.
Jumbo Pom Pom Fringe
1. Cut three pom poms off of the trim.
2. Glue down each pom pom onto the metal comb, and let them dry.
3. Place comb on top of the pony.