People have taken to social media to attack Old Navy.
I started my winter break internship this week, and it obviously called for a major shopping trip before I hit the Big Apple last weekend. I visited a few the stores and came home with sweaters, skirts, dresses and countless other bags that didn't make my wallet happy.
Glee sparks some controversy in their latest episode; their second Britney Spears tribute that highlights some of her less proud moments, including her well-known breakdown during her 2007 VMA performance. Have they taken the jokes a little too far in this case?
Every girl has her favorite store at mall. It's your go-to store and where you get 99.9% of all your clothes. And like your favorite movie, your favorite store says a lot about the inner workings of your mind.
Old Navy is one of my favorite stores. It's great for stocking up on wardrobe basics like tank tops, tee shirts and sweaters, as well as some trendier pieces -- all at an affordable price. Old Navy has great prices to begin with, but they also always have some kind of promotion going on and a great sale section, so getting an awesome deal there is easy.
Old Navy has really stepped up their game in the past few years. They've transformed themselves from an athletic wear hub to a really fashionable place to shop! Old Navy keeps up on trends and I've particularly noticed a big push in their accessory department to stay on top. The Shoulder Bag is following right on the fall trends with the buckle detail and clasp-closure pocket.
I'm going to be honest with you -- my first thought after watching that Shopaholic film was 'so this means if I got a credit card, I could have amazing clothes like that too?' Definitely not the point, as every person I shared my revelation with was quick to point out. But what's a shopaholic on a limited budget to do? Figure out how to do it on the cheap!
So the other day I was watching old episodes of 90210 (don't judge!) that I had DVRed and never got around to watching when it came time for the commercial break. I looked around for the remote so I could fast forward right through (per usual), but it was all the way on the other side of the room.
You’ve made some big, healthy changes in your lifestyle (i.e. skipping the elevator and opting for the stairs en route to your dorm room) and you’re hoping they’ve paid off when you try on some new jeans. But don’t rely on your fave fashion store to accurately determine your size.
Leather is one of the biggest fabrics for fall 2010. It is also one of the easiest to embrace because EVERYTHING can be made in leather: bags, shoes, leggings, shorts, jackets, skirts...the list goes on. And I love it all. Leather is sexy. It's edgy. And it makes everything look cool.
If you haven’t caught on by now, it’s official: I’m smitten with all things military-inspired. Despite the short summer season,...
You've got your mattress cover, your mini-fridge, your XL twin sheets, and lots of garbage bags, but there is a whole category of dorm room essentials you are skipping out on. DORMWEAR. Because, if you're like me, no matter how hard you try and fight the stereotypical college student walking round in pajamas and sweats thang, there are times you will break down
One mom approved must-have for both fall and college is a chic fall jacket. The perfect fall jacket is neutral, goes with all your favorite clothes and fits just right. Not to mention, it "keeps you warm on those walks to class. You don't want to catch a cold!" (Thanks, ma.)
Plaid is one of the 10 Modern Pieces Every Girl Should Own and the plaid shirt has become a uniform for both male and female college students. It's easy to wear with jeans, super comfy, and looks good even when it's been balled up on your floor and you only have 10 minutes to make it to class.
Ah green. The color of trees. And money. And really, really cute clothes.
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One of my favorite Spring 2010 fashion shows this year was D&G with their western wear inspired collection. Being from Calgary, Alberta, home to the "Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth," I see a lot of western wear during the 10 days of the Calgary Stampede. And most of it is tacky, ugly and ill fitting.
Whether you choose to wear a bikini or a one-piece, you're going to need a cover-up for going to the beach, or even just covering up a bit to avoid extreme sun exposure. Lucky for you there are some really cute options this year that will easily transition from the beach to the boardwalk (assuming you dry yourself up enough to avoid those pesky wet marks around your boobs...).
There's usually anxiety surrounding your first time each year in a bikini, meaning it's time to hit the gym (if you haven't already started.) While you may dread going to the gym even more than putting on a swimsuit, there are so many fun ways to get into shape now that it's warm out. There's hooping, tennis (with the best clothes EVER!), soccer, jogging, rollerblading and much, much more.
With so many summer colors and patterns to choose from this year, it's hard to know what to pair them with. While you could pair the bright yellows, pretty pastels or the super popular turquoise with denim, khaki or another solid neutral, the bold black and white prints available this season are a more interesting way to go.
My inspiration for Fashion Porn can come from anywhere. (OK, anywhere except actual porn. Have you seen what those people wear?!) Last week, for example, it came from kicking off my third summer in a row by donning a cowboy hat for a week. And this week I'm feeling inspired by none other than Ms. Sarah Jessica Parker and that gorgeous yellow Valentino dress she wore for the Sex And The City 2 premiere.
There's one thing that hats and sunglasses have in common that make them super sexy. What is it? The fact they protect you from the sun! Essentials for summer, these are not only functional, but they also add pizazz to your look. Functional and stylish! What's not to love?
Whoever said diamonds are a girl's best friend, obviously never tried to walk in 4-inch heels - if they had, they'd know that a woman's real best friend is a hot pair of wedges.
It's been so long since I've slipped on a pair of sandals I'm not even sure I remember how to walk in them. My little piggies haven't seen the light of day in months and now that it's finally getting warm out there, I'm itching for some new sandals to show off these freshly pedicured toesies. It's a good thing everyone and their mother is designing adorable sandals these days.
If there's three things you need for summer it's a cute sundress, a great sandal, and a cute tote. Luckily, I've got you covered with four (yes four!) stellar options. From solid to floral, long to short, summer time lends itself to great dresses for all occasions.
Chances are you're seeing the light at the end of the cold month tunnel and feeling ready to bare those legs again. While dresses and skirts are the obvious way to show some leg, their counterparts, rompers and shorts, are another equally adorable option. A much more practical option, I might add, as they won't blow up when a lovely spring breeze blows through.
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).
Ah yes, that time of year has arrived once again: shorts weather. You may love it, you may dread it, you may be torn between the two, but you can't deny it's upon us. And it's time to shave your legs.
Pastels reminiscent of the colors of everyone's favorite chocolate Easter treat have made their way onto store shelves and I am excited! Pale blues, pinks, yellows, greens, etc. have a way of lifting the spirits, like a warm spring breeze or the smell of flowers on your way to class.
It might be my inner journalist talking, but I've always been obsessed with trench coats. This obsession only grew when Burberry put my girl crush, Emma Watson, into their summer ad campaign - looking as lovely as always in some gorgeous trench coats.
Summer sundresses are awesome for so many reasons: they're comfy, they're cute and they're totally versatile. You can pair 'em with all kinds of shoes (flats, sandals, heels, wedges, boots; you name it, it can work), and you can wear 'em over a bikini, for those last warm days on campus, or for a night out.
It's that time of year again - the time to start hunting for summer jobs or internships (if you haven't already), or start hunting for job or internship wardrobes (if you've already secured the gig). If you're working in an office or a professional environment chances are you're going to need to pick up a few pieces. Contrary to what some people think, Uggs and flip flops are not acceptable at most office jobs.
There really is a pattern and a print for everyone. The only problem is, with so many options this season, how do you choose? Don't! Stock up on a wide variety of patterns and prints for a bright and fun spring/summer wardrobe.
I love rain boots a little more than anyone my age probably should. However, I feel this love is justified - on top of being SUPER adorable, wellies also keep your feet dry, making them practical as well. Over the last few years, retailers have rolled out all sorts of fun, bright-colored, patterned boots for you to go dancing in the rain.