It comes in two colors: rust/burnt orange and burgundy. It is corduroy and long enough on me to not feel immodest. Plus, it is only $30 and almost always on sale for some percentage off that price.
For some women wearing high heels is a must. Sometimes we find a pair of killer heels that are worth enduring a bit of pain. Unfortunately, science doesn’t share the same sentiment.
Are you the ultimate fashionista? Do you follow all latest trends like they were put in a rulebook? Then, we bet you already have a pair of the maroon pants in your wardrobe.
Snakeskin is a huge trend right now. If you are a leopard lover, you have to try out this fun new print that has charged on the scene. I love it as an alternative, and it is almost even more of a neutral than leopard. Today I wanted to share 3 ways to wear snakeskin…
For the savvy, minimalist dresser, a blue suit is all the tailoring you need. The same two-piece you get married in can, with some clever styling, also work for job interviews, smart-casual days in the city, and date night.
As the days start to shorten and the snow creaks all over the mountains and the roads seemed to cover with the snows, chunky knit sweaters and the stylish under leggings make their way into the runways and fashion talk.
We all know him from the 90’s, but this year the overall (AKA dungaree) made a striking comeback! This summer we were all hooked and the good thing is: we don’t have to stop wearing it this fall! How? Let me show you.
The world of fashion is known for breaking rules. Sometimes, it even breaks its own. Black is now readily seen alongside blue; tweed is for town as well as country; and double denim gets a unanimous thumbs up from the style cognoscenti.
Saving money while looking great in a new wardrobe just in time for fall is not always the easiest thing to do. There’s clothing and accessory staples you should always have in your possession: this includes trusty black jeans, a quality leather (or faux leather) motorcycle jacket, fishnets and ankle boots (perhaps decorated with studs…
Fast fashion – low cost clothing based on high cost trends portrayed by luxury brands, or as many may know it, it’s your shops like Zara, H&M, ASOS and Topshop.