It’s not every day we remix our wardrobes. Wait, yeah it is. That’s pretty much what getting dressed is. This month one quilted sweatshirt from Target took on three different looks (and many more that just weren’t documented). Styled with a mini skirt or layered over a Canadian tuxedo, the sweatshirt added warmth and a little athleisure to each look. Here’s the images to prove it. Full posts featuring styling tips and product links are linked below.
Ear cuffs are becoming a hot statement piece on the red carpet. A few leading ladies rocked the jewelry trend at the 2015 SAG Awards. Emma Stone donned a white-gold ear cuff with diamonds by Repossi while Keira Knightley opted for a similar style by the same designer in a pink-gold finish. Rashida Jones dazzled in two blingy ear cuffs that’s reported to cost $130,000. Wow.
It may not have been the blizzard we were expecting, but a little snow calls for a giveaway. Why? Because snow days are special and so are prizes! So, here’s some swag that may soon be in your mailbox.
When it comes to hair, often the most complementary styles are nearly effortless. Case and point, Reese Witherspoon‘s low ponytail at the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. It works just as well on long bob as it does on really-long locks and only takes a few minutes to master.
Truth: I typically don’t think of a ponytail when I think of the red carpet, but you know what? It’s very clean, chic, and allows the person’s beauty to be the real focal point. Emma Stone also opted for the simple style with her short ‘do.
Ready to wear this red-carpet hairstyle in real life? Here’s how to achieve the look.
Time keeps ticking, DIYers keep on crafting, and another week winds down. From store closings, to a new brand new budget-friendly line and lookbook, here’s a few things to take note of before saying bye to this week.
Forget Valentine’s Day and remember Galentine’s Day. It’s the fictional holiday created by Amy Poehler’s character on Parks & Recreation and it’s a day to celebrate your gals. Here’s a gift idea the ladies in your life will LOVE. The tutorial linked was found via Pinterest and created by graphic designer/mommy blogger Rae Ann Kelly, but I originally got the idea over the holiday when my friend stayed with me and had a set of hand warmers that someone DIYed for her – so thoughtful!
People go nuts for DIY gifts, especially when they’re awesome and these are. They don’t stay warm quite as long as a purchased heat pack but do the trick and cost little money and time to create. They’re great cold AMs on the commute or chilly PMs on the couch.
It’s January so obviously I opted for a short skirt and high boots. The Dare To Wear blog series is all about showing three ways to wear one piece so it was time for this sweatshirt I’m so obsessed with to be paired with something a tad dressier than in week’s past.
Yikes! Frigid temps have definitely arrived! We all know how hard it is to get up and moving when it’s chilly out.
If you’ve just committed yourself to a New Year’s resolution surrounding health, wellness, and fitness, the weather may be holding you back.
One thing that helps me is finding a good workout outfit…because who wouldn’t want to look stylish while burning calories?
Check out these all these luxe-looking activewear pieces to inspire you to keep your resolutions, get moving, and out the door. All are under $50!
It’s been extra cold lately so for this look layered up my quilted sweatshirt with a shirt underneath opted for a hat and boots for added warmth. A little bling plus a beret for accessorizing and my casual outfit was complete.
You know the drill, style tips and pics below.
There were a few big fashion trends on the red carpet, but there’s one in particular that caught my eye, as it was worn by a few ladies on my best-dressed list, metallic.
Jennifer Lopez wowed in a risqué mixed-metallic gown by Zuhair Murad. Julianne Moore donned an ombré metallic gown with feathers by Givenchy (pictured), while Kate Hudson rocked a revealing white style from Versace that had metallic side details.