A woman of many talents, it comes as no surprise that Heidi Klum is expanding her takeover in the design world as well. From supermodel to TV show host and everything in between, Klum is a leading lady in the fashion industry. Her new Heidi Klum Swim Collection is no different. The line features a wide variety of 48 styles and patterns, from bold prints to dainty lace for a more romantic look. The line is on the higher end, with tops going for $80-130 and swimsuit bottoms at $70-100.
This season, do-it-yourself (DIY) fashion has gone from a money-saving hobby to a high-fashion trend. Designers are emerging with collections that include DIY-inspired clothing made to look like fashionistas slaved away at home creating perfectly unique details on garments from denim jackets to pants and shoes. These embellishments include pop art patches and sparkling pins that make classic garments stand out.
Early 2000s trends have finally come full circle; we’ve fallen in love with them, cringed at the sight of them, and love them all over again! Fall 2016 runways were filled with jean skirts, shearling, and exposed lace and lingerie in perfect 2000s fashion. Designers modernized these trends by changing the silhouette and styling them for a new look. Denim skirts are largely made in A-line cuts and exposed lace is styled in a much more subtle and feminine way.
Starting a new job is nerve-racking for people of all ages, but it is especially difficult for a recent college grad entering “the real world.” It’s not easy trying to find ourselves in this realm after living in the sheltered little college bubble for the last 4+ years. We go from bumming it to class in the sweats we slept in to having to pull ourselves together for our first full-time jobs. As if this were not difficult enough, making a good first impression adds more pressure to the mix. We’re battling with wanting to stay youthful and fashionable while having to remain professional for the workplace. Follow these tips on business professional fashion: nailing your new 9-5 look.
We all know festivals are about so much more than the legendary music performances. The real entertainment is among the crowd, which turns out to be its own fashion show filled with crop top-clad celebrities and style gurus sashaying about in the world’s best Instagram sceneries.
The holiday weekend is officially here and you’re scrambling about, searching for cookout dish recipes, hostess gifts, and outfit ideas. The struggle to show your patriotism in a chic way has never been more real. It the American flag print bathing suit tacky? The red striped t-shirt boring? Master the Americana style this Fourth of July with these 5 patriotic fashion pieces and how to style them.
This season, celebrities and fashion icons have set their travel itineraries for an entirely new destination: Cuba. This country is taking the fashion world by storm and drawing in a new wave of visionaries with an eye for culturally rich corners of the world. Everything from the architecture to the native dress has drawn in celebrities like the Kardashian clan and even made the cut as a venue for Karl Lagerfeld, who hosted the Chanel Resort 2017 show in Havana this May.
Anastasia Souris, rising blogger, stylist, and fashion enthusiast, combines her adventures through her twenties with her appreciation for life’s little details to create a fun, relatable, and visually drool-worthy social media presence. From Los Angeles to Cleveland and everywhere in-between, Souris provides entertainment and fashion advice inspired by good people, good cuisine, and of course, good style. Her blog and social media have not only been an inspiration to her followers but also a career platform leading to collaborations with brands like Victoria’s Secret PINK and Triangl.
It’s no secret that the transitional period between seasons can take a toll on your sense of style – the constant debate about wearing a jacket, the inconsistent weather, and the daily battle between boots and sandals. Luckily, this season’s latest trends have made our transition into summer a little easier, and may include pieces already in your closet that can be worn throughout both seasons. Read on to find the 4 pieces to help you transition from spring to summer!