Small flurries of snow drift down aimlessly, awaiting their fate on cold New York sidewalks; oversized Christmas trees draw large crowds of wide-eyed children; and people bustle and bump into each other protected by layers and layers of warm clothing. The magic of wintertime in the Big Apple has inspired designers around the country for decades, but this year, Somedays Lovin’s Winter 2017 collection takes the cake, truly capturing that irresistible NYC enchantment.
Smells of charcoal and hamburgers waft through the air, the weather is hot and humid, and kids run around neighborhoods freely on a Monday afternoon. All of this can only mean one thing—it’s Memorial Day. Whether you’re spending the day poolside with your gal pals or wading through a swarm of kids at your neighbor’s BBQ bash, the national holiday is a chance to set the bar for your summer wardrobe. With these unique BBQ ready pieces, you’re sure to be the talk of the grill out.
The sun is out and spring is officially here. It’s time to spring clean our closets and update our fashion blogs. So what exactly is in style? Florals, off-the-shoulders, and cute cut-offs are always the spring go-to, but if you want to really stand out then you’ll need to get in on this spring’s hottest hue – yellow.
The contemporary womenswear brand Three Floor is breaking the fashion mold in more ways than one. With pieces that offer a totally modern spin on classic silhouettes and fabrics, the relatively new label is bringing high fashion to the masses while responsibly producing their products and helping women around the world.
Velvet has been huge this season and it doesn’t seem to be leaving anytime soon. From complete velvet pieces to subtle trimmings and linings, velvet is all over the fashion scene. Plenty of designers know this trend is here to stay and have continued producing velvet garments, accessories, and even footwear such as velvet sandals. The fabric is edgy and sexy, and has come a long way from the gothic-esque era.
For many in the fashion world, neutral pieces are boring but necessary items to be worn only to accentuate or tone down a much louder piece. Rarely is a neutral top or dress the star of the show. However, minimalism is quickly becoming this seasons trend, and florals are becoming a little overused—in the words of Miranda Priestly, “Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” Neutrals are the go-to staple this season as the weather warms up.
For some, January means snow days galore and cozy afternoons snuggled up with coffee. However, most of us are experiencing winter doldrums in full force. Unfortunately, this seasonal slump often takes a toll on our wardrobe. After making sure every outfit from Christmas to New Year’s was right on trend, it can be hard to find the motivation to get out of those worn-out leggings that you’ve donned since New Year’s Day.
Finding the perfect outfit for New Year’s Eve is stressful on so many levels. Your outfit has to be appropriate for the event you’re attending, it has to look good, and preferably, it’s comfortable. Whether you’re attending a wild NYE bash or a laid back office party, we have you covered. With our New Year’s Eve outfit ideas, you are sure to own any room you walk into and are guaranteed to look totally kissable at midnight.
It’s tough to say goodbye to summer, but don’t put away all your warm weather clothes just yet! From summer dresses to kimonos to shorts, a lot of pieces can be transitioned into your fall closets when styled with the right layers and accessories. You’ll realize that these garments are investments once you find all the different ways you can wear them.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, it's time to get those outfits prepared for the big night! From dresses to playsuits, retailers such as Topshop and ASOS are always on track to ensure that you have everything ready for your night with your beau! We picked out our favorite Valentine's Day date night outfits, whether ...
Premiering just this past February at New York Market Week, the new women’s clothing brand Sara Emanuel proves to be quite the sight for sore eyes. The debut Fall 2014 collection—with its palette of black, navy, red, and gold—utilizes fabrics from leather to lace and was inspired by the modern woman and her evolving, feminine ...