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.
We love basically any excuse to give cards, and Valentine’s Day is the ultimate day to give cards to people you care about. Luckily, the internet was made for card-givers. There are so many beautiful cards to choose from by designers and artists, that we almost wish Valentine’s Day wasn’t just one day of the year. The clever cards below are some of our favorites.
Looking for the one piece of jewelry that’s going to take your look to the next level? Try a cuff on for size! These cool bracelets have the impact of a statement piece, and can easily be paired with almost any outfit. Going for the minimalist look? Wear a bold cuff with a basic dress. Or go bohemian and layer your cuff with daintier pieces to create a clustered and carefree look.
Pantone has spoken, and the color of the year is a far cry from last year’s Radiant Orchid! This year’s winning shade is described as “a naturally robust and earthy wine red color”, and has a fitting name to boot: Marsala. This beautiful color is a cross between a cool burgundy and a warm terracotta. We can’t wait to see how designers and decorators use this color in the coming year!
We love this color paired with a light blue for an unexpected contrast.
A perfect color to use in your winter wedding palette, this rich red screams to be seen against a snowscape.
Designer, Elie Saab, is right on trend with this beautiful ombre gown.
A romantic color for dresses, we’re expecting to see this color pop up throughout the holiday season!
When sitting in a college classroom, most people look to their classmates for fashion inspiration. You see a cute bag across the way, a nice pair of boots on your neighbor next to you, but rarely do you look at the person at the very front of the room. We’re talking about the older professor in the stereotypical tweed jacket with the suede elbow patches. We’re taking a cue from that academic style, and imparting it into some of our favorite fall fashions in the way of elbow patches! Elbow patches instantly add a little something to an otherwise typical sweater or cardigan.
Fall may be hunting season, but the only hunting we’re doing is finding as many inspiring decor ideas involving our favorite fauns. Whether you’re into real taxidermy, or the ever-popular deer silhouette, this trend is one that works for many different room styles. It adds a taste of the great outdoors to your decor, but can easily work in a modern room. Or you can fully commit, and make your place as rustic as a hunting lodge. The deer can also work really well in both feminine and masculine spaces. Dress it up in gold and pink, or leave it unbleached for authenticity.
Do you love deer decor? How would you integrate it into your space?
When it comes to decorating, mirrors are the ultimate element to add impact to a space. Not only are they practical and purposeful, they also help to give the illusion of more space with their reflective surfaces. If you’re looking for a way to add more light to your room without cluttering up your space, get a mirror! They reflect your other lights, automatically adding brightness!Basic mirrors are easy to upgrade with elements like reclaimed wood, or even just a can of spray paint!
Got a lot of space? Double up on the mirrors, and make your room seem that much bigger!
What about an entire wall of mirrors? This mirrored bathroom wall makes for an dramatic statement in an otherwise tiny space.
Go with the grain, and add earthy elements to your mirror. The outline of of the wood grain creates the illusion of a river.
With the first day of autumn falling shortly upon us, we thought it was appropriate to welcome fall into out homes by embracing the season as the first thing guests see upon entering the home. Fall brings in a warmer, richer set of colors, and the first chills of the season make the home a welcome respite for those looking to warm up. What better way to represent the season than by making your entryway as autumnal as possible? Check out these beautiful decor setups that are perfect for the start of the season!
We’re back with another round of fashion illustrations we adore to help inspire all of the fashionistas and DIYers out there! These beautiful illustrations capture the magic of fashion almost as well as the actual pieces do. Here are a few of our recent favorites!
Antionio Soares brought life to this Kenzo dress with a little bit of animation!
Esther Bayer captured the undeniable magic of the perfect lipstick with this illustration of a Tom Ford lipstick.
This watercolor by Cecilia Carlstedt shows the unique effect you can get by painting wet on wet. The results are phenomenal!
Jessica Durrant’s Dior illustration has us weak at the knees with it’s fluffy ombre dress and strategically-placed beauty mark!
Laura Laine is a Helsinki-based fashion illustrator who has worked with brands like H&M and Sephora. We love the mix of pencil and marker in this piece.
If you’ve ever wanted to imbue more personality into your outfit without going the accessory route, why not accessorize with your digits? We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite nail art DIYs that are sure to add flavor to any outfit, and are perfect for a night of pampering.
This designer-inspired DIY comes in a beautiful knit that’s reminiscent of stitches, and you know how we love all things fashion!
A bold, graphic nail is just the thing to add some sharp contrast to a soft look.
The California sunset has nothing on this intricate Coachella-inspired nail art!
Watercolor is such a hot trend right now, and we love it even more on nails!
This fruity mani is perfect for long days of summer. We feel refreshed just looking at it!