PANTONE® 19-4052 Classic Blue has been announced as the Color of the Year for 2020. The color is meant to...
This color is on an important mission.
There's every shade, pigment and hue that you could possibly desire and a selection of styles for everyone. Show off your summer tans in the perfect pink dress as you begin to head back to school.
By now, I'm sure you have witnessed the mint trend. It's hard to walk down the street without seeing someone sporting mint jeans (Which I just so happen to be a big fan of!).
For the past few days it has been gloomy, sad and rainy in NYC. Although I still love being...
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’ve finally moved into my new apartment in NYC which is now filled with issues of Elle Décor and House Beautiful. The furniture is moved in (…and up 5 flights of stairs) and my apartment is finally coming together. However, I could not help but feel depressed when I looked at my bare, lonely, and artless walls.
Graduation is fast approaching and soon we college girls will have to swap our flip flops and sweats for pumps and two-piece suits. Unless you have an amazing job where you can work in your PJs, you’re going to need to update your wardrobe with some real people clothes (that don’t permanently smell of pizza and beer, no matter how many times you wash them).
If Punxsutawney Phil was correct this year, we now only have 3 more weeks of winter, which means we can soon wash away those winter blues and bust out those spring styles. This year, Pantone's top color will be turquoise, which is not only a fun, bright color that can be mixed with everything from neutrals to browns to other brights, but it looks great on nearly everyone.
So, I live in the Midwest and that means the onset of October is practically winter. I have only about two hoodies and sweaters that are anywhere near stylish, and I really want to do a complete fall wardrobe overhaul, but there’s just one tiny problem—I have about enough spare cash to buy a box of mints from the Old Navy checkout aisle, and that’s it.
I recently went to Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), a massive electronic music festival/rave, and saw some wicked cool costumes. While I didn't go all out with leather and lace like some party-goers, I did enjoy stepping away from my usually more conservative outfits and wearing neon bright clothes. I liked it enough, in fact, that I figured I could try to work them into my daily summer wardrobe.
f we had to choose two things to take to a deserted island, it would be all of our shoes and all of our bags. That's only two things, right? We know it's ridiculous to love inanimate objects so much (especially inanimate objects whose sole purpose is to carry things), but we can't help it if we're addicted to bags. Even just looking at them. And how can you not love 'em?