A bow detail is the perfect juxtaposition to the more masculine pieces popular right now. Bows are inherently girly (unless it's a bow-tie!) and even the smallest one can soften the baggy silhouettes of boyfriend blazers or army jackets.
Learning how to layer under your boyfriend blazer is an important skill for the winter but one that will pay off until the snow starts to thaw in May. I've got three fabulous options that require nothing more than some creativity and all the clothes you've already got in your closet. With this, there's no excuse for that shapeless winter wear, ladies!
I'm a huge fan of dresses. They're feminine, comfortable and instantly make you dressed up, even if you just rolled out of bed. But despite my dress devotion, the colder it gets outside, the less inclined I am to actually wear one. Or at least, that's how it used to be.
There's a pile of clothes on the floor beside your closet, and you're still standing in your undies undecided about what to wear. The transitional season wardrobe slump has hit you. Whether key pieces of clothing are sitting in your hamper (two wears over what is considered hygienic) or you just can't make up your mind, you have nothing to wear. On the verge of running late for your class, your job or meeting up with friends, you know you have to "Make it work!"
I adore Selena Gomez. Her face looks as if it were lifted from a porcelain doll. Her hair is so luminous and luxurious. Her music is perfect for those times when you're dancing in front of the mirror in your PJs with your hairbrush (in contrast to those times when you're dancing in front of the mirror in your highest stilettos and a bottle of Smirnoff)
Whether worn over a cute spring dress or paired with skinny jeans, the basic boyfriend blazer is a must-have for every woman’s closet. Now don’t get me wrong, I obviously love me a basic black boyfriend blazer (say that five times fast… I dare you), but it can also look pretty boring and plain.
Let's be honest for a moment: house parties and bar hopping are all great weekend (or weeknight...or weekday...) activities, but they can get pretty exhausting for us ladies. We have to primp for hours, wear excruciatingly high heels and tight clothes, and still manage to look good after gettin' low on the dance floor to whatever Black Eyed Peas song the DJ decides to play.
I want to be Olivia Palermo. To be fair, I don't want her attitude. Or her brains (or lack thereof). Or her annoying, drunk cousin who is always loafing on her couch. I don't even really want to be on The City. I really just want her wardrobe, namely those adorable men's inspired flats she started rockin' around town last season.
Every fashionista knows Etsy.com is an online goldmine. Not only is everything one-of-a-kind unique, handcrafted by independent designers, but it is my personal go-to website for cutting edge accessories and unexpected finds.
There are a few basic items that every girl should have in her closet. A pair of Alexander McQueen alien...
Khloe Kardashian is notorious for being the loud, outspoken baby sister of the Kardashian kclan. I guess you gotta have that personality when your one older sister just popped out a baby and the other is famous for a sex tape. But while her personality makes a bold statement, its her fashion choices that speak the loudest.
If my dry skin and red nose tell me anything it's that the brutally cold months of winter are here. (Or that I should really invest in some moisturizer.) And they aren't going anywhere anytime soon. If you're one of the many unlucky souls trudging through the arctic tundra to get anywhere, good luck. Better start layering now, because it's gonna take awhile.
What does one get for the girl who has everything? The fashion obsessed chicadee who spends every ounce of her free time pouring over fashion magazines and blogs, scouring the racks at vintage stores and making a look that is all her own? The girl who's closet won't close, yet she still comes home with bags and bags of new stuff every time she leaves the house?