There’s no denying our style crush on Pernille Teisbaek of Look De Pernille, so we decided to kick off our new Blogger of the Month series with the Denmark-based style influencer. We caught up with Pernille while she was vacationing (okay, and working—we can’t wait to see the looks she styled for designer Anine Bing’s latest collection) in Los Angeles last week. We learned everything from her latest life goals, to her go-to outfit, and more!
If you love frilly, lacy, and delicate clothing, this is the story you’ve been waiting for. We’ve rounded up the best bloggers with insanely ladylike style to inspire your inner girly girl. These 10 bloggers add the perfect feminine flair to their style, while remaining on trend and on our style radar!
Ask any woman who has (finally) perfected a cat eye or found just the right shade of highlighter how she feels afterwards, and she’ll most likely say one word: powerful. In an effort to create more of these world-conquering sentiments, we’ve put together an extensive list of the 25 beauty skills we think every woman should learn and master.
We could start this article with an ode to the many sartorial charms of Alexa Chung, but we’re all well aware of her effortlessly cool outfits. We’re fairly certain every girl wants to cop her style—it’s not up for debate.
For the steep price of most designer handbags, you could probably buy an entire closet’s worth of clothes. If that’s the way you think, then handing over your entire wardrobe budget for one (albeit lovely) item might seem a wee bit nutty. We’re all for investment purchases, but sometimes you just love the style of a particular bag, and don’t necessarily crave the designer label. Luckily, we’ve sourced a plethora of stylish alternatives to eight lust-worthy (and very expensive) designer bags.
What's better than a regular sale? A sale on top of a sale, of course, which is why we're dropping everything to check out Shopbop's event. From now until midnight, get 25% off items that are already deeply discounted with the code 25EXTRA at checkout.
When it comes to fashion collaborations, it seems that best friends just do it better—at least when it comes to Kate Moss and Stella McCartney. The supermodel teamed up with her designer bestie again to star in her F/W 14 ads, the seventh time Moss has fronted a campaign for McCartney.
In news that will certainly make every Twin Peaks and Blue Velvet fan jump for joy, legendary surrealist film director David Lynch has launched his first official line of clothing. Lynch teamed up with athleticwear brand Live The Process to create the capsule collection, which includes five pieces of gym-ready wear in a pretty floral print.
Confession: we’re no strangers to picking up our phones and taking a scroll through Instagram whenever we’re in need of on-point fashion inspiration. Today, we’re bringing you We Wore What's Danielle Bernstein’s greatest ‘grams for you to shop and enjoy. The best part? Each item is under $100!
Yes, it’s still summer and a million degrees outside, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dream about (and stock up on) the coats we will be wearing in the months to come! If it’s for sale, it’s fair game and we’ve rounded up the best jackets that you can actually buy right now. Scroll through to shop our picks, and may we recommend turning the AC on full blast to set the mood?
If you’re like us, throwing on some rings and things is usually an afterthought when you’re scrambling to get ready for work. Luckily, we’ve narrowed down the thousands of jewelry options out there to just the very best, most office-appropriate pieces—all at less than $200. (You might even start planning your work outfits around these special pieces!)
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While looking at images of the world’s most impeccably dressed women is certainly the express lane to fashion inspiration, style is sometimes as much about intellectualization as it is about aesthetic appeal. A witty quip about one’s wardrobe or a pithy summarization about shoes can go a long way—especially when uttered by a fashion visionary like Coco Chanel.
If there’s one thing that remains the same in fashion, it’s that nothing remains the same. Fashion is a cyclical tale of ever-changing preferences, with trends coming and going as fast as the seasons change—but just as interesting as fashion’s constantly shifting landscape are the things that do come back.
Remember the days when a stray bra strap was cause for wild embarrassment—or at the very least a bit of sheepishness? My, how times have changed. As of late, celebrities and street style stars alike have been throwing their reservations to the wind, wearing provocative sheer ensembles sure to make your grandmother blush. The trend has us questioning: is this era of exposure the new normal?
The skin is the largest organ in the human body, as such, you’d expect some pretty interesting workings—but “interesting” doesn’t even scratch the surface of what we found. We did some digging to pull together 12 fascinating facts about your skin—Keep flipping through to see them all!
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 →
As far as I’m concerned, the only real heroes of our times are those who wear capes. Think Antonio Banderas as Zorro in Zorro, Christian Bale in post-American Psycho Bat-gear and the pink plaid cape-laden models of Delpozo’s most recent runway … Continue reading →
It’s the natural inclination to reach for white clothes come summer. White cotton is like ice cream or a milkshake, snow cones or frosted glasses filled with cold wine. It’s the color of paper plates and playing hooky and low slung … Continue reading →
On a recent trip out West I was asked on three different occasions which Northern European country I hailed from. Each person looked more baffled than the next as I replied in my flat-toned California accent, “I’m from here.” In New York it’s typical to … 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.
We went to Hong Kong and hit the ground hard to bring back the intel. We might have come home with no unused currency and having eaten too much, but it was worth it. Speaking of eating, Jon Favreau is back with a heartwarming, personal, and terrific film about a chef called, well Chef. Don't leave us alone with this food p*rn...
Other bits too.