"We have been told [the pockets] are large enough to discreetly hold a can of beer."
These are dressy, interesting, and sexy enough to take a simple pair of skinny jeans into going-out-outfit territory.
Who doesn't love getting a package when braving the elements to get to the nearest mall is less likely than sticking to your New Year's diet?
There's a balance between looking like a disco ball, and looking like you're going out somewhere where they'll have one.
We all love scoring a cute dress for $20 -- but sometimes a girl's gotta splurge.
'I have too much jewelry' - said no woman ever. 'I have too much money' - said no college student ever.
Sometimes a girl just wants to throw on some sweats, toss her hair into a messy bun and call it a day - but there isn't anything fashionable about rocking your boyfriend's pants to class for the third day in a row.
Once in a while you come across an item that's so incredibly versatile that you just have to grab it - and if that versatile item happens to be super cheap, well, that just makes it even better.
CC talked to the former queen bee of Laguna Beach about style, design inspiration, juggling her super hectic schedule and everything in between.
Nothing kills your pre-holiday party buzz like checking the forecast and realizing it's too cold to wear a cute dress, too icy to wear heels, and too snowy to guarantee that you're hair will look perfect after a trip outside.
Come November 6th, we'll all be able to shop Wang pieces at H&M prices. Say it with me: Halle-freaking-lujah.
You can throw on jeans and a white tee, and if you accessorize well, you're the chicest girl in the world.
Leopard print -- the best pattern to wear if you want to feel like a vampy sex goddess. Fact. Paired with a red lip and some heels, leopard print is ideal if you're going for a sexed up outfit for a night out, but how the heck can you incorporate leopard into your casual daily wardrobe? And why would you want to?
We've all been there before - the night is coming to an end, and you realize you're not going home. It doesn't matter if the sleepover is happening at a lover's or a friend's pad, it's happening, and you are nowhere near being prepared.
New Year's Eve is a mere four days away, and we are busy putting together our outfits. Glitter, metallics, sequins - really anything fun and sparkly goes for this special day. But what we are really looking forward to is brand new, glimmering shoes to take for a spin on the dance floor.
Even though we can't get enough, this bag would set us back $665, a price we just can't pay right now. Luckily, we found something similar to carry instead.
In a stylishly morbid video directed by Ace Norton, forensics arrive at the scene of a crime where chicly dressed models are strewn dead across the room. Money stuffed in mouths, a girl swinging from a noose and an apparent suicide with a golden gun are all part of the setting.
The electrifying hue already has us searching for the perfect clothing, accessories and beauty products to ring in the new year in high style. If you're like us and want to wear it immediately, you're in luck because we chose some of the best Radiant Orchid pieces around.
We've been absolutely obsessing over sweatshirts this season - and with good reason. Not only are they super warm and comfortable, designers and brands have been dropping some super fly designs as of late.
If I know I'm going out to a club or a party on Friday night, I'm the girl who starts planning her outfits days in advance (or it could be because I'm just very indecisive).
Just because the temperatures have dropped doesn't mean your style standards have to follow suit. You can still look cute while avoiding frostbite simply with some smart dressing and the addition of cozy layers, which will allow you to look stylish for drinks with the girls without shivering all night.
I'm really rooting for her because not only is she talented, she seems so sweet and fun (basing this solely on her Twitter feed). As for her style, it's very chic, featuring interesting patterns, colors, and generally great pieces.
Polka dots had a big come back this season. Modern takes on polka-dots have been shown all over the runway by designers who were inspired by the vintage print. Polka dots manage to make a dress look chic without being too busy. They can also make a classic purse look up-to-season. This trend ranges from bold to understated, and is far from just black and white.
Something about this season makes garish things totally acceptable: giant headbands, adorned sweaters and loads of sequins. I don't have any sequined pieces in my wardrobe, but may soon because I've found the Jack Wills Hadlow Vest!
Everyone loves stripes. If you don't, you're a psycho or you just haven't seen the light yet. Fret not friends because I am here to show you said light. Stripes are fabulous in a sweater a la Les Francais, or to spice up a favorite body-con skirt.
Lace is traditionally feminine but it's lack of elasticity make its a very structured look which provides the perfect amount of contrast. Whether you sport it on a skirt for a night out or on a blouse for job interview, you can never go wrong in lace.
When I'm getting ready to go out during the fall, I find myself having to choose between wearing the cute dress I’ve been dying to wear but being freezing with bare legs…or choosing a “tights appropriate” dress. It seems like that supercuteIcannotwaittowear dress never quite works with tights.
I still prefer dinner with face to face conversations over texting, I don’t think a three game winning streak with a cute guy at the beer pong table qualifies as getting to know each other, I and believe there’s no better combination since PB&J than dinner and a movie. And since dating seems to be a dying thing on college campuses, when date nights do come around, I feel all sorts of pressure to look extra good.
I decided to challenge myself this week by using a piece with a loud graphic and seeing what I could come up with! Enter, Lyric Culture. Lyric Culture puts a fantastic spin on the logo tee by incorporating classic lyrics into the mix.
Accessories are the easiest way to keep your rotating pieces looking bold an on-trend. When they’re from Payless, you don’t need to drain your piggy bank for cool new looks. You can mix up your go-to looks with hats, scarves and bags. After a few purchases, you’ll swear you have a whole new wardrobe.
As it is now August, I'm starting my hunt for transition pieces. That means summer shapes that are going to carry me through until the time when I'm busting out my sweaters and packing away my shorts. I've really built up my tank top collection this summer, focusing on pieces that I can wear in a variety of settings and, hopefully, once school beings again. Earthy prints have been on my radar and I think I've found a great piece in the fluXuS Sundance Top in Ikat.
My summer thus far has been filled with backyard BBQs, nights out with girls, day-trips and weekends on the lake. Although shorts and tank tops cut it for all these events, sometimes I just want to be girly and wear a casual, summery dress. Cue the Gentle Fawn Wilderness Dress!
It was pretty much Christmas in July last week when I discovered this brand Naven (well, that and the most awesome happy hour ever). It’s based in Los Angeles and is run by two twin sisters. Think bold colors, flattering shapes, but a bit of edge to spice things up. The best part about these clothes is that the color palette and simple silhouettes are easy to accessories differently—every fashionistas dream.
In the past few weeks, I've found myself doing the drinks-and-apps thing quite a bit. It's been a nice way to catch-up with girls from university, my cousins who were in town, etc. However, I always find these outfits rather tricky to pull together. I want to wear something eye-catching, yet comfy - a functional statement piece. I decided to see what style icon Nicole Richie had and, no surprise, she delivered.
I was assessing my closet and noticed that I do own quite a few pieces inspired by this hip decade: the flared jeans, maxi skirts, braided headbands (worn straight across the forehead of course!). However, I'm missing one thing - a crochet vest! Since this is such a trendy piece, I didn't want to break the bank with it and luckily Nasty Gal came to my rescue with their Fringed Crochet Vest.
Bring on the hot dogs, the sparklers, singing Bye Bye Miss American Pie on repeat and...the tacky American flag apparel. But this year my friends, there is no need to don that over-sized American flag shirt from 1998. You can lose the red bandanna and pig tails because that looks good on no one (unless you're 5 and even then I'm wary).