What could be better than a great pair of boyfriend jeans? Finding a stylish pair that is celeb-approved and under $150—duh! We spotted Alessandra Ambrosio, Chrissy Teigen, and Nikki Reed looking completely chic in One Teaspoon’s baggy and distressed boyfriend jeans and we just had to share their awesomely affordable shopping secret.
Whether you’re wearing a pair of distressed jeans or tailored trousers, adding a set of pointed-toe pumps to your outfit is the quickest (and easiest) way to polish your look. The sleek heels not only elongate your legs, they add a great deal of style and confidence to your stride—yes and yes!
Scroll though to shop our favorite pointed-toe heels and instantly step-up your summer style.
“Your 30’s are the new 20’s!”—most of us have probably heard this life philosophy by now and nodded along in fervent agreement. And though we concur with it in most regards, we do think there are some things you should bid adieu as you approach the new golden decade—glitter anything, for example.
Want to know how to look stylish and comfortable while wearing a dress? It’s easy: bulk up your shift dress collection. The easy-to-move-and-groove-in style has just the right amount of feminine flare and flattering fit to become your wardrobe go-to. So if you’re looking to ditch your worn-out body-con dress this weekend, we’ve got you covered.
Scroll through to shop our favorite stylish (and sexy) shift dresses.
Coco Chanel once said: “Dress shabbily, they remember the dress; dress impeccably, they remember the woman.” We’ve never been the kind to ignore advice from Chanel, so to be safe, we rounded up our favorite dramatic dresses as of late, and a little outfit inspiration to go with them. Scroll through to see and shop our picks!
There are few things more delightfully British than a Polo Classic, and the annual bash hosted by champagne behemoth Veuve Clicquot tops the list of events paying homage to the historic sport. Over the weekend, some of the U.K.'s most stylish and fabulous joinded together to host England's response to the annual summer shindig in New York.
After announcing in April that she would join Banana Republic as the new creative director, former head of J.Crew women's wear design Marissa Webb has finally given the fashion world what it's been craving: a peek into her designs for the brand.
It’s been the general consensus for a while now that Louis Vuitton’s Petite Malle ($4400-$5000, available Aug 15) is going to be the next It-bag on the block (it’s basically an amazing miniature trunk, made into a bag, which was on the brand’s F/W 14 runway). That said, if your wallet isn’t up for the hefty price tag, and your patience isn’t ready for the lengthy waitlist, then today’s slideshow is for you. We culled a delightful assortment of mini-bags (street style and shopping) that will not only go with everything, but will also keep you on trend with the small bag explosion that’s about to happen this fall. Enjoy!
Have you ever ruined a pair of jeans trying to make the perfect cutoff shorts? You’re not alone. To never fail at this super simple DIY project, we are sharing five tips that are sure to guide you in the right “I-want-her-denim-shorts” direction.
There’s no doubt about the fact that we are all avid followers of fashion. We stay abreast of all the major news, we jump at the chance to shop new collaborations, and we stalk our favorite bloggers’ Instagram feeds like it’s our job. But sometimes, being a fan can swiftly escalate to a full-blown addiction before you know it.
In case the importance of eyebrows hasn’t been stressed enough, we’re here to tell you that your eyebrows may be adding years to your appearance. We heard rumblings about this sneaky source of aging, and decided we simply must get to the bottom of this nasty rumor. So, we turned to Tonya Crooks, celebrity brow expert and founder of The BrowGal, and asked her give us the lowdown on what eyebrows really do for your face.
Keep reading to find out if your brows are making you look older than you actually are!
We’re all familiar with the line, “stars, they’re just like us,” and in addition to pumping gas and grocery store runs, we’d like to add thrifty shopping to the list. No one is immune to the thrill of a good deal, ourselves included, which is why we rounded up the under-$100 clothes and accessories spotted on Karlie Kloss, Poppy Delevingne, and more.
This has to be one of Jessica Alba's hottest spreads yet! She poses for GQ UK in gorgeous one piece swimsuits and killer heels styled by the lovely stylist/designer duo Emily Current and Meritt Elliott.
From Tabitha Simmons and Hamish Bowles’s adventure in Capri with Dolce & Gabbana to a stylish Austrian wedding, we spotlight the ten best fashion moments to come through our Instagram feed this week.
by Catherine Piercy
In this week’s best beauty moments, glamorous statements reigned supreme as women traded the undone ease of the season for something more dramatic, like a neat French braid or a swipe of transformative color.
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 →
They say you learn something new everyday and I’m willing to believe that, but when it comes to street style, it appears to be more appropriate to say that you learn something new every look. This embryonic theory could have only been propelled … Continue reading →
There is no shortage of rosé on Instagram. In fact, it’s recently gotten to the point where a lack of rosé in hand during any warm weather activity causes people to feel like a failure. If a tree falls in the forest but no … Continue reading →
“I didn’t know I wanted to go into fashion per se, but I knew I was sewing all the time and drawing, so I definitely had a sense of what I wanted to do even though I didn’t know that … Continue reading →
When I crossed the threshold that is suite 808 this morning, I realized that today was, like the first and second nights of Passover, different from all the other days. If there are 52 Mondays in a year and I’ve … 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.