Another makes their claim.
These would be PERFECT for that formal roller-skating gala I attend every year.
Still saving up for the Yeezy.
In case you haven’t heard, it’s New York Fashion Week! Sadly, we’re not all celebs and fashion VIPs, so most of us won’t be making it into the runway shows. But that doesn’t mean we can’t ogle the designs from afar once the pictures come out! The designers that are showing their work this week cover a wide range of styles and looks. There’s a little something for everyone.
We ladies are constantly on the look out for the hottest fashion(at the lowest prices) and the coolest trends. Even the girl who just wears the same pair of jeans everyday is looking for a comfortable pair of denim that make her ass look great. And that's why we're constantly providing a running commentary on the fashion we see on a daily basis. While some of it is certainly cringe-worthy, there's a lot of it that is ooo-ahh-I-want-it-worthy. It's not uncommon to see strangers ask each other where someone bought something.
This week I was perusing USA Today and stumbled upon an article that struck me as, frankly, a bit terrifying. The article screamed HUGE DEBT, NO SAVINGS in my face, warning all of us in "Gen-Y" (that group of seventeen - twenty-somethings) that we're the only generation unlikely to out-succeed our parents financially.
Well, Target is at it again. Now that the not-so-Gaultier line has come and gone, it is Zac Posen’s turn to take over the racks of Target. Posen’s line won’t debut until April 25th in stores, but we got a super special preview of the collection and Zac has certainly hit the target this time (no pun intended).
Its 6:00 A.M. and your day is about to begin. You ignore the fact that its negative four degrees outside as you flip through your closet trying to pick out the perfect dress to go with your new chunky heels that you bought at the Barney's sample sale. Of course you're not going to tell the jealous girl staring at them in class that they were a sample sale find, you'll let her think you went on a 5th avenue shopping spree this weekend.
It's been a long, cold winter, but March and Spring Break are finally here! For those of you spending a week in a warm and sunny environment, here are some Spring-Break-I'm-going-to-paradise-and-I-need-to-look-cute-and-show-off-my-bangin-bod essentials for under $20.
Describing Chloe Sevigny's style in one word would be like attempting to describe color to a blind man: Impossible. She is a wild child with a wild style. It's vintage-meets-designer, quirky, eccentric and European chic with just the perfect hint of grunge. It doesn't sound like it would turn out well, but somehow Chloe works it.
DJ Leigh and her Misshapes posse like to bump electronica and indie rock. They are also known to attract the Hispter crowd, but I try to stay open-minded to the boundary-pushing that she, and her party-mates, tend to inspire people with. I just love their sound. I also find Leigh Lezark incredibly chic, cool and mysterious with her all-black ensembles, signature jet-black bob and aversion to ever smiling in a photograph.
Would you rather choose 20 items from your favorite fashion icon's wardrobe to have for free OR have your favorite designer make five pieces just for you?
I think diffusion lines might be the best thing to ever happen to us college girls, after happy hour and delivery food, of course. We can only do so much drooling as we click through the Bloomingdale’s website until we need something tangible to hang in our closets. It is this online window shopping and my empty wallet that had me anxiously awaiting Jimmy Choo’s new line for H&M.