We’re always on the hunt for the next life-changing app that makes so much sense and is so convenient that we can’t help but say, “Why didn’t I think of that?” To make sure we were up-to-date on the latest and greatest app innovations, we polled our own editors to find out what they’re addicted to these days. From laundry on-demand to in-home beauty treatments you can schedule on the fly, here are the apps our editors can’t stop using.
The relationship between body image and style is a complicated one that’s not always pretty. Women today are so bombarded with a strict set of physical attributes considered to be ideal, that when we don’t match up it’s easy to feel inadequate. As a result, our style often gets put on the backburner—deemed unworthy of our attention if we’re not feeling great about what goes underneath. Although this can be an isolating experience—staring into the mirror, your clothes on the floor, feeling as if you have nothing to wear that looks “right”—it’s one that pretty much every woman can relate to. To prove it, I spoke to eight very different women about how body image has affected their style and one thing quickly became clear: though our specific insecurities may differ, we all have them.
Carats & Cake is the premier online resource to hire local wedding vendors. Launched in 2013, the platform seamlessly marries curated content with real information providing engaged couples with the best the wedding industry has to offer, from florists to photographers.
Whether your wedding style is classic and traditional, or modern and trendy, these four stunning dress trends will give an added spring to your step when deciding what dress style best suits you for the wedding season ahead.
From dressing up a pair of sneakers to wearing leggings as pants, if it’s fine by MK and Ash, then it’s fine by us! The stylish sisters are always experimenting with new styling tricks and outfit combinations. So take the Olsen twin's lead and let go of the traditional fashion rules this spring.
Here's a fun little fact about me: I've always been attracted to men who I thought had the potential to dress better than me. The guys I've dated have represented a fairly vast range of personal styles—from urban to preppy to outdoorsy—but each one has in some way cared about they way he looks, and at least made an effort. And that would include my current boyfriend, Joel.
We don’t know about you, but we’re endlessly fascinated by what other people eat (call us food voyeurs). Partly because we’re foodies at heart and partly because we’re always looking for inspiration for our own meals, we asked our colleagues at Who What Wear to record a typical food day in the life of a fashion editor. You might assume that fashion editors would be nibbling grazers, concerned about fitting into their next outfit, but the editors at Who What Wear love nachos as much as the next girl. In fact, we wouldn’t mind a bite of everything they ate and kindly photographed for us. (And we’ve got some amateur food stylists and photographers in the building, if we do say so ourselves). Keep scrolling for three real-life food diaries from the fashion editors at Who What Wear!
Putting together an interesting and on-trend look can sometimes be a tough task. That’s why today, we’re bringing in the pros for instant outfit inspiration. We’ve gathered the top bloggers to follow for the best styling ideas so you’ll never have a dull fashion moment again!
Here at Who What Wear, we consider ourselves hack experts of sorts—whether it's how to fix scuffed boots or the sercret to dealing with those ultra-annoying knots that form in your necklaces, we're always happy to share the easy fixes. After all, our goal is to empower you to be the best version of yourself—which, we know as well as anyone, can be a challenge as life gets busy.
According toThe Atlantic, you can blame your impulsive shopping habits on science. An in-depth article in the magazine explained why purchasing inexpensive items is an addictive and compulsive activity, with neurological evidence to back it up. For a 2007 study, researchers examined the brains of participants as they made different shopping decisions, and found an increase in the amount of pleasure one gets from merely looking at a desired item, not to mention finding out the budget-friendly price, and ultimately purchasing the item.
Whether you’re recently engaged yourself or just have a stack of different save-the-dates for this summer, it’s likely crossed your mind that you’ll have to get your outfits on lock sooner or later. Thankfully Reformation is a step ahead of us with today’s launch of their summer wedding collection.
Of all the narcissism-fueled inventions inspired by our out-of-control obsession with our own image, the selfie stick is perhaps the most absurd. An attachment that clips onto your phone and makes it easier for you to snap a photo of yourself, the selfie stick has grown in popularity and become a mainstay at everything from concerts to birthday parties.
At this stage in her career, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso's name is already synonomous with monumental success. She built the empire that is Nasty Gal from a humble, little-known eBay store where she resold books, clothes, and other random vintage wares; released a book called #Girlboss detailing her success; and, most recently, opened up the two first brick-and-mortar locations for the brand. So, it's fair to say that Amoruso knows a thing or two about what she's doing.
Nicola Peltz knows a thing or two about dressing up. Just take a look at her red carpet resume—and her new May cover story for ASOS magazine. Nearly a year after the 20-year-old actress earned major fashion points (and the admiration of editors everywhere) with her worldwide Transformers: Age of Extinction red carpet debut, Peltz is once again back in the spotlight, this time lending her cool-girl sensibilities to spring’s best party looks. In the story, out now, Peltz hits sartorial high notes in everything from a show-stopping beaded number to a sultry slit skirt, all of which you can shop or pre-order at ASOS now. Keep reading for all the need-to-know details.
There’s something about the look of blue eyes that’s piercing, spellbinding, and simultaneously sweet and sexy all at once. If you have blue eyes, you probably came to know Bette Davis as the patron saint of your eye color population, and you probably know all the lyrics to the song “Bette Davis Eyes.” But you may not know the best eye makeup to enhance your unique color for even more of a mesmerizing look. That’s where we come in, of course. Keep scrolling for the absolute prettiest makeup to wear for your specific stunning eye color! No one will be able to look away.
When it comes to e-commerce, it's safe to say that Net-a-Porter pretty much has everyone beat. The store, founded by Natalie Massenet in 2000, is now worth more than $2 billion by most analysts' estimates, and it might fetch that amount sooner than later.
Gigi Hadid is notorious for many things: her killer style, beautiful face, massive social media presence, famous besties, and an equally famous beau. But an interest in crime scenes? No, that’s never been one of our associations with the top model—well, until now. In the latest issue of AdWeek, the cover of which features Hadid, the 19-year-old reveals that she initially moved to New York City to pursue a criminal psychology degree at The New School.
At this point, we’re accustomed to celebrities announcing their pregnancies and births over social media, so it wasn’t really surprising when model Coca Rocha shared last month that she was expecting her first child with husband James Conran. What was unique was how far along she had gotten without the media catching on—so far along, in fact, that she had her baby this past weekend!
The biggest challenge companies producing made-to-measure fashion face may be their own customers, often tasked with the tricky-to-perfect and time-consuming chore of taking and submitting their own measurements.
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