Summer is coming to and end (sadly), which means you're probably almost done with your summer internship. By now you’re a pro at getting your assignments done and are rather comfortable in the work environment – maybe a little too comfortable. To make sure you leave a lasting impression, some of Who What Wear's staffers offered up valuable advice on how to stand out and be more memorable. So before you bid adieu to your supervisors and place of work, make sure you take heed our advice on how to leave on a high note.
Even if you’re not exiting just yet, the tips below will help any intern at all stages!
If we know anything about Olivia Palermo, it’s that the trendsetter isn’t afraid to embrace budget-savvy practices, from shopping affordable brands (evidence here, here, and here) to maximizing the number of looks she can get out of a single piece. Palermo was spotted doing the latter last week when she stepped out wearing a Zara midi skirt as a strapless dress. We’re pocketing the genius tip, and recommend you do the same. Just make sure to add structure to the billowy look with a tailored vest, like Palermo, or by adding a belt at your natural waist.
According to a UK plastic surgery group, inquiries about eyebrow implant surgeries have increased by 45% since 2010—how’s that for a staggering fact? While we might blame overplucking as the culprit of this new development, the “Cara Delevingne effect” is more than likely to blame. Thanks to celebs like Delevingne, Lily Collins, and Kim Kardashian, thick eyebrows are hot, and thin arches are, well, not. But is going under the knife for fuller eyebrows taking things too far?
Since you likely find the brilliant outfits of stylish civilians as fascinating as we do, we partnered with Pose. to bring you a street style slideshow of giant proportions. Scroll down for our favorites, and let us know in the comments which ones you're planning to copy. For even more outfit ideas follow Who What Wear on Pose for fashion inspiration straight from WWW headquarters.
Fall's crisp and breezy temperatures may seem a bit far-off (especially with this sweltering heat), but as Natalie Joos proves, summer layering is as easy as 1-2-3. Wear your favorite halter top underneath a breathable dress of your favorite color. Slip on some slides, and you'll be out the door for brunch. Add quirky cat-eye frames and a crochet-bag for extra punch.
The bohemian staple has gone full-on mainstream. With more options than ever at every price point, you’re sure to find a version that compliments your wardrobe. We’ve been spotting kimonos on street style stars on the regular lately, so get with the sartorial program and get thee one! Try it over everything from jeans and a tee, to a pencil skirt and camisole. Keep the rest of your look streamlined and modern to avoid looking a smidge costumey.
Miuccia Prada once said, “I hate the idea that you shouldn’t wear something just because you’re a certain age,” and while we’re in full agreement, we figure it can’t hurt to suggest some killer style icons for every decade of your life. So the next time you’re looking for inspiration, you’ll have a core group of fashionable peers to look to.
So much went down this week—Selena Gomez celebrated her 22nd birthday with Cara Delevingne on a yacht, Blake Lively launched her lifestyle site two days early, and Zoe Saldana announced she’s expecting her first child—but that didn’t stop Hollywood’s leading ladies from turning out their fashion A games on the red carpet. Here’s a look back at the most talked about looks from the past seven days.
If there’s one trend that’s here to stay, it’s the crop top. We’re constantly seeing the skin-baring top on runways, streets, and our favorite celebs. Recently, we’ve noticed the mini-shirt take a turn toward a more conservative and less revealing style. Don’t believe us? We have five totally appropriate looks to prove it.
Scroll through to see (and shop!) our favorite surprisingly subtle crop tops.
We’ve never been very good at waiting (proof here, here, and here), which is why the topic of today’s slideshow may feel like a sneak peek of one of fall’s biggest trends: electric dance prints. Thanks to trendsetters like Cara Delevingne, Miroslava Duma, and Susie Lau of Style Bubble, we’ve seen these rave-inspired patterns on some of our favorite street style outfits. Scroll down to see our roundup, and be sure to shop the look!
If, like us, you've been interested in this single earring trend but not sure how to jump in, this is for you. Today, we’re taking cues from the always-stylish Emma Watson to learn four cool ways to go about the look. Keep reading to see how she does it and, of course, to shop some of our favorite earrings to wear as alone (or as a pair if you prefer)!
You might remember a story titled A Wedding Outfit that Doesn’t Suck which ran at the beginning of the unofficial wedding season a.k.a. the artist formerly known as Summer, and suggested that you pair your longest gingham (optional) organza (optional) … Continue reading →
Fruits are part of a balanced diet. They are right up there, I suppose, with yogurt and candy. But it wasn’t until Prada put bananas on a button down that we realized — or at least truly believed — that they … Continue reading →
Beyoncé is super nutty. She is always going rogue. Sometimes I think it’s part of her act to be all mysterious. Other times I think she’s one of those people who never reads the itinerary or just skims her emails without … Continue reading →
Remember when Andy Milonakis sang “I rock peas on my head, but don’t call me a pea-head?” In the event that you don’t, here is a refresher. In the event you’ve never heard the theme song of the latter’s eponymous … Continue reading →
Celebrity, man. It’s just so, I don’t know, combustible. Like a train passing in the night, inevitably destined for either a crash and burn or very, very dramatic arrival. And we know what you’ve been thinking — we’ve been thinking … Continue reading →
I get what Robert Frost meant when he wrote “Nothing Gold Can Stay” but in my ripe 25 years, I have found that the only things to have stayed are quite literally, possessions that are made from gold. Take, for … Continue reading →
I enter the store. I back out of the store because I’m holding an iced coffee and apparently that’s not allowed inside. Either someone once went Buckingham Palace with pasta sauce and a slingshot near the all-white section so now they’re … Continue reading →
They say you can’t fake cool and I agree, but there is an argument to be made that you can fake effortlessness, which can frequently find itself sailing harmonically in tandem with coolness. This, of course, presents an issue based … Continue reading →
Personally I don’t think it’s too much to ask that we go back to the days of lying on our backs while a friend or a disassembled hanger assists us in the zipping of our jeans. Modern low-slung and stretch-fabric … Continue reading →
Monday mornings can be hard. Especially on the heels of a restless (or is it reckless?) summer weekend, where the sole saving grace moonlights as the pursuit and subsequent location of a satisfying cold brew coffee. Of course, there is a flip side, … Continue reading →
I am fascinated by the growing science behind the energy of consciousness and its effects on matter. I have long had Dr. Emoto's coffee table book on how negativity changes the structure of water, how the molecules behave differently depending on the words or music being expressed around it. Below, Dr. Sadeghi explores further.
Also we went to NYC last week and crushed a number of spots that deserve to make an update (and some that don't).
Plus some other bits, remixes, and the like.
This was not my idea. The cookbook club. Which is probably why it’s so good. While I have always liked the idea of a book club (sorta) I am just not that type of gal. Until one of my gorgeous girls suggested we do a different book club of sorts. A cookbook club! Now, as someone who gets in bed and reads cookbooks cover to cover as if they were novels, this idea was scintillating. We set off to find the ideal book to kick it off using the same criteria we would if we were choosing a novel, something challenging, beautiful, and with the possibility of becoming a classic. We landed on Roberta's Cookbook. And we smoked our own fish, dammit. Please cook with us and tell us what you learned, how you modified, and what the next instructional cooking club tome should be (@goop). Happy cooking.