Is the Winter weather leaving you feeling less than inspired? Snap out that styling rut with some seasonally-appropriate dressing cues from this batch of street stylers. From casual-but-cute get-ups to cosy oversized knits to the old double-coat trick.
Slip into boyfriend jeans that you’d never let go. It’s the month of love, but ife you’re riding solo don’t be distressed…here you’ll find the perfect boyfriend for you. Get ready to go steady with the relaxed fit and flattering cuts of boyfriend jeans. See why there’s an obsession with this classic denim staple and its easy-going trouser silhouette.
Adding a pop of color to keep the outfit fun. This oversized yellow envelope clutch definitely does the trick!
STYLING NOTE: Cuff your denim, then add strappy heels for an effortlessy-chic aesthetic that’s day-to-night friendly.
blazer + boyfriend pants
Boyfriend pants can look really classy with the right stuff!
You love the latest metallic trend and you’d work them into your wardrobe without looking like a disco ball, isn’t it?
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Pair metallics with neutrals and keep accessories minimal.- Styling with sequins and metallic finishes can be overwhelming. The key to avoid going overboard is to pick one bold piece and anchor it with neutral basics and classic silhouettes.
METALLIC BLAZER A tuxedo blazer in a snappy fabrication is the perfect topper for a simple dress. I like to mirror the tones of the dress in the shoes. This coordination keeps it pulled together, and also ensures that your look stays on target if you lose the blazer after a few twirls around the dance floor. Top it off with modern earrings and a structured clutch. These elements echo back to the blazer, keeping the ensemble rooted in a crisp and angular sensibility.
METALLIC TEE A textured metallic tee is a fun move for party season: the shine packs a punch but the shape is easy to wear. Style it back to a sharp pencil skirt to keep with the simple silhouette. Give the look life with a sexy shoe and modern clutch, and finish it off with sparkling gems.
Are you traveling for a weekend to meet your family and friends, and don’t have a lot of suitcase room? What should you pack?
When it comes to packing for holiday travel, I find it helpful to keep a few strategies in mind. First, focus on things you can mix and match. I try to avoid packing pieces that can only be worn with one outfit and rely on versatile separates—unless your special occasion calls for a dress, of course. Next, remember to pack cozy layers. You just never know when you might end up bunking with a family member that prefers the thermostat set to a balmy 30 degrees. Lastly, go for comfortable favorites. You’ll feel more in the mood for celebrating if you’re not concentrating a too-short hem or constricting waistband. All in all, opt for easy ensembles that show your true colors. Happy holiday and safe travels!
1 Foley + Corinna bag. 2 T by Alexander Wang top. 3 Inhabit vest. 4 Bop Basics scarf. 5 Vince leather dress. 6 Three J NYC pajamas. 7 Raquel Allegra top. 8 Rag & Bone/JEAN jeans. 9 Rag & Bone jacket. 10 HELMUT leggings. 11 Rag & Bone gloves. 12 Theyskens’ Theory booties.
OUTFIT MIX & MATCH: 8 + 12 + 2 + 4 = Cozy Loungewear 8 + 7 + 3 + 12 + 5 = Lunch with Friends 10 + 5 + 12 = Family Dinner 5 + 12 + 11 + 1 + 9 = A Night Out 6 + 2 + 3 + 4 = Brunch with the Fam 10 + 7 + 4 + 12 + 9 = Heading Home Again
Whether you use a signature lacquer, paint with advanced artistic inspiration, or keep your nails natural, it’s important to not overlook basic nail health. This five simple tips will help you to keep your hands happy.
1. Moisturize your hands after every wash. This keeps them from getting too dry and chapped all year long. 2. Clip your nails only when a lot of length needs to be removed. Otherwise try to file your nails to desired length. This will prevent your nails from cracking and splitting at the tips. 3. Always use a base coat when painting your nails. Skipping this part can leave you with dry, polish-stained nails. 4. Never cut your own cuticles. It can lead to infections. Use cuticle oil and gently push your cuticles back. 5. If you have extra-dry hands, rub a petroleum product all over your hands and cover them with gloves to hydrate overnight.