Black pumps go with virtually everything and nude pumps make your legs look next level amazing, after all. But there's another variety of the pump that is equally appealing, and that is the statement pump.
Rock this look out for a wedding this summer because why not? It's fairly basic so no one will know you're just using Blake for inspiration and its both formal and simple enough for anyone to pull off.
If you asked me what my favorite wardrobe item is, I'd probably be inclined to say something like my leather jacket or some fabulously over-the-top dress. But honestly? Even these amazing finds can't compare to what is undoubtedly the MVP of my closet - my black skinny jeans.
This stuff is the real deal when it comes to durable polish, and there's nothing fancy about how you apply it. No weird lights, no intense removal process.
Giiiirl, we're about to change your life.
With a shout out to the metallic blues and big beach hair of the decade, Modern Mermaid takes inspiration from all our favorite aquatic 80s looks and vamps it up to today's summer style standards.
They're calling it a 'skin booster'; you mix 2-3 drops with your regular moisturizer 'to gradually develop natural-looking, beautifully bronzed skin.'
Pimples: They're not just for 13-year-olds.
There comes a stage in your life when popsicle picture frames and birdcages made in wood shop don't cut is as gifts to your parents — it's called young adulthood.
As a card-carrying 90s child raised on Surge and Dunkaroos, I am often hit with waves of nostalgia for Lip Smackers and Sweet Valley High books. But Birkenstocks? Not so much.
Shorts, dresses, skirts - they're just better alternatives to pants when the weather is nice. But of all these wardrobe items, dresses have got to be my favorite.
It's just such a happy color. It's girly but not too girl and it looks seriously gorg on tanned skin.
You've probably already considered summer's best fashion trends - rompers and crop tops galore - as well as the season's most celebrated makeup looks - like bright lips and cheeks. What you may not have figured out yet? Which hair trend you'll be rocking.
If I had a dollar for every time someone comments "you're flawless" on one of Kendall Jenner/Shay Mitchell/Selena Gomez's Instagram selflies, I'd be able to afford a Birkin.
What if I were to tell you that you could find the secret to one of those fancy nail art looks at your local Office Depot?
Lip balm is the unsung hero of so many beauty arsenals. It smooths out our lips, relieves the discomfort of cracked skin and makes an ideal base for a more colorful lipstick.
If you've ever audited Fashion 101 (and by that I mean....cracked open an issue of InStyle), you will know that there are a few cardinal rules of flattering fashion. Among them: Black is always slimming, A-lines look good on virtually everyone and nude heels make your legs look better than ever.
Man stomach. Soak it in. Soak it in. A few days ago I wrote about how changing fashion correlates to our changing views of a...
I don't know about you, but I am not about to spend $200 on a bathing suit.
Finishing powder is an essential part of my makeup routine. My skin has a tendency to get oily, so capping off with my look with a powder keeps my face shine-free for much longer and helps to minimize pores and imperfections (if it's a good powder, that is!).
The Pulitzer/Panky union is just sort of perfect for the girl who can get straight A's and chug straight vodka.
Shorts, pants, skirts, bikini bottoms. What do they all have in common? The all are (usually) more flattering when you make them high-waisted.
Sun-kissed skin looks fabulous on its own - but when you're tanned and glowing, you can get away with something a little bit bolder on the face.
Because kimonos can take even the most basic look from dull to awesome. They can be dressed up or down. They make great cover ups. And my favorite reason: They're super flattering on pretty much anyone.
Just in case you've been living under a rock (or just don't have an Instagram account), let's talk about what an 'arm party' is. It's essentially the trend of wearing tons and tons of bracelets on one hand.