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A Handful of Unique Ways to Wear Your High Tops This Season

Styling the perfect look with a pair of high-top sneakers isn't easy. In fact, after wearing the shoe silhouette once or twice, you might run out of outfit ideas. When it comes to high tops, we follow one general rule: strike a balance. If your kicks a...

14 Universally Flattering Trends 2017 Has Blessed Us With

Some trends are short-lived but memorable (arm warmers, bubble skirts, the list goes on), while others have staying power. So far, 2017 has seen plenty of the latter, and we simply must pay them respect. These 14 trends aren't just eye-catching, they a...

19 Swimsuit Styles You’ll Regret Not Trying in Your 20s

As a sophisticated, stylish woman, you've got free rein to try any type of swimsuit you like. We're not trying to tell you that you can't wear cutouts in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or, hey, even your 80s. But the range of suit trends ahead definitely fit best...

If Mary-Kate Olsen Makes These Summer Shoes Cool Again, She’ll Be Everyone’s Hero

Mary-Kate Olsen stepped out in New York wearing her signature look: oversize neutral separates, a leather hobo bag, and simple sunglasses. We immediately looked down to her pooling trousers, equipped with an ankle flap at the back. Rather than hiding h...

10 Jean Companies That Manufacture in the Good Ol’ USA

Much like apple pie, it doesn't get much more American than a great pair of blue jeans. After all, this is the land where denim was born. And more than 140 years after Levi Strauss patented his signature riveted workwear, American denim is still going ...

Yes, Athleisure’s Still in – but It Doesn’t Look Like It Used To

In the beginning, when the buzz word "athleisure" was added to the dictionary in 2016, the look was very much about staying chic and comfortable. Monochrome separates, detailed leggings, and sports bras made for simple outfits that, most of the time, w...

Gigi Hadid Has a Lot of ’90s Pride – Just Look at Her Outfits

Gigi Hadid was born in 1995, so you best believe she has some '90s pride. The supermodel is the queen of wearing clothes with popular references to this decade. Take her pink Power Rangers beanie or Marc Jacobs MTV hoodie - they both offered a serious ...

Gigi Hadid Has a Lot of ’90s Pride – Just Look at Her Outfits

Gigi Hadid was born in 1995, so you best believe she has some '90s pride. The supermodel is the queen of wearing clothes with popular references to this decade. Take her pink Power Rangers beanie or Marc Jacobs MTV hoodie - they both offered a serious ...

How to Get That ’50s Boudoir Look All the Cool Girls Are Wearing

I first fell in love with the "straight out of the bedroom" look while watching Sex and the City: The Movie. On New Year's Eve, Carrie ditched her New York apartment spontaneously to go veg out on Chinese food with Miranda in Brooklyn. Her throw-on-and...

These Brides Went Sheer on Their Wedding Day in the Most Gorgeous Gowns

So you're thinking of wearing a sheer wedding gown? Instead of telling you that's an impossible idea, we wholeheartedly support it. For one, sheer gowns often appear breezy and light, and with the addition of lace or extra embellishments, the style can be both romantic and sexy. It's also possible to go sheer without baring too much skin. We've seen brides with translucent sleeves and skirts just as often as we've seen illusion plunging necklines. Regardless of where you go sheer, there are ways to do so without exposing too much (if that's a concern). The brides ahead pulled this off flawlessly. Draw some inspiration from their 'grammable bridal looks, then shop gowns with similar see-through details for your own nuptials. Related12 Brides Went Ombré on Their Wedding Dresses - and...

Gigi Hadid’s a Fan of the White Bootie For Summer – and You Will be Too

You'll have to make room for one more shoe in your closet: the little white boot. We spotted street style stars in them during Fashion Week, and now they've made their way onto models like Gigi Hadid. Though we predicted the shoe would be popular for F...

2017 Brides Are Defying Tradition in This New Wedding Dress Shape

We can't exactly give credit to one bride or one designer when the asymmetrical dress silhouette has been around for years. But ever since Giovanna Battaglia got married in 2016, slipping into a Giambattista Valli gown that made headlines, ladies have been flaunting high-low dresses for their special day. While Giovanna didn't walk down the aisle in her floral appliqué number that came complete with matching boots, a crown, and a flowing chiffon train, it certainly made the biggest statement. That's because it's pretty nontraditional, if your dress shopping is limited to searching for sweetheart necklines and A-line shapes. Fast-forward to 2017, and two new brides - swimwear designer Leslie Amon and Brazilian consultant Cristina Córdula, respectively - chose embellished tun...

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