New York Fashion Week has come to a close for the season, and the styles were as glamorous as they were varied! From furs to floral embellishments to childish cartoon characters; this year’s offerings had a little bit of everything.Inspired by Vikings, the looks at Anna Sui screamed with Scandinavian style. A bevy of bold prints and colorful fur trim were the highlights of the show!
Fur was in fashion at Michael Kors where models donned fox fur in addition to more classic cuts and styles.
Who says neutral has to be tame? At Ralph Lauren creams, tans and taupes stole the show with garments showcasing an undeniable Western flair.
The 1920s made a comeback at Marchesa where gowns were trimmed in fringe and floral embellishments.
Jeremy Scott never fails to bring excitement and a marriage with pop culture in his designs. This season his collection featured brightly-colored babydoll dresses and prints that are reminiscent of nursery rhyme characters.
With Valentine’s Day just a few days away, we’ve got red on the brain. But not only red. We’re feeling almost every iteration, from merlot to blush. If you want to add a little romance to your style, take a look at some of our favorite ways to include this hue in your next outfit.
If you have a party to attend, or you’re looking to jazz up an outfit for your Valentine’s Day date, we have a DIY that will add a bit of flash to an ordinary piece! Make your outfit more exciting by taking a collared shirt or tank up a notch by adding rhinestone trim and sew-on pearls.
What You’ll Need:
10mm Glass Pearl Beads
8mm Glass Pearl Bead
1/8” Metallic Rhinestone Chain
Needle and Thread
1. Sew the end of the rhinestone trim to the tip of the collar.
2. Cut the trim to your desired length.
3. Then repeat on the other side.
4. Sew your pearls onto the tip of the collar above the rhinestone trim. Repeat on the other side.
It’s frigid out, but that doesn’t mean that your style goes into hibernation. There are still ways to rock that dress or skirt, it just takes a little extra layering! Before you pack away your favorite pieces, take a look at these styles that will help you look cool while staying toasty. Just add sweaters, tights, socks and a wool jacket; and kiss frostbite goodbye!
Kids clothes and accessories were MADE for DIYing. Why? The projects are smaller, the patterns are cuter, and the recipients are guaranteed to look adorable! Check out these projects for the little one in your life.
She’ll sing, dance and play in the rain with these festive glitter rain boots!
A hoodie for that adorable little stegosaurus in your life!
Make this easy and adorable bubble romper for your baby!
This chic little side button sweater is surprisingly easy to make!
You don’t have to be outdoorsy to embrace this forest-inspired shade. This time around we’re ogling hunter green, and with it’s understated drama and ability to infuse stately class into your look, it’s no wonder why.
Hunter green is a beautiful dark green with very subtle hints of brown, making it more neutral than a color like emerald. This shade got its name from its common use as hunter’s attire.
It’s a beautiful shade for layering, and given its neutral undertones, can be mixed with a range of colors.
Not only is it beautiful on, it’s also a great choice for decorating. Using hunter green as a wall color makes for a luxurious and dramatic statement.
The British Fashion Awards brought out the best in fashion across the pond, and, looking at these styles we think everyone should have gone home with an award that night! Kendall Jenner rocked a classy Pucci jumpsuit, and looked every bit in her element at the show.
Rihanna, definitely no stranger to daring fashion moves, donned a black jacket, neon green nails and not too much else!
Anna Wintour and daughter Bee Shaffer looked radiant in neutrals and metallics!
English fashion royalty, the Beckhams, looked glamorous in black and white.
Model of the Year, Cara Delevingne, looked stunning in a champagne sequin dress!
Lumberjack style is so in right now, to the point that the phrase lumbersexual has been coined as a way of describing a man who dresses with an outdoorsy and rugged aesthetic. We’re wondering if the obsession with this new-era lumberjack has less to do with the actual man, and more to do with his pattern of choice: plaid. Well ladies can rock a plaid flannel just as well as men can! And here’s proof:
Lately we’re really feeling jeans that are jazzed up. With the holidays right around the corner, adding a little sparkle or flair to your pair makes them all the more festive. Last year we were all about the embellished sweater, but this time around we think its time that the jeans got a chance to shine! We love the look paired with a basic tee or sweater that really lets the look of the embellished denim shine through.
This season fashionistas are going full-force with faux fur! We’re seeing the most stylish ladies rocking colorful coats that have a life of their own whenever the wind picks up. We love this over-the-top style, and it sure helps that you get to walk around in a comfy cozy blanket! Years ago faux fur was met with looks of disdain, but the game has changed and now we’re seeing this unique textile in high-quality finishes and fun colors. Another added bonus of going faux? The lower price tag means more room for experimentation. You want a hot pink fur coat that is guaranteed to only be on trend for one season? You do it.