Another weekend is upon us, which means decisions on decisions of what to wear for your GNO, brunch date, etc. To influence your wardrobe, look no further than these outstandingly dressed celebrities—maybe it's Winnie Harlow's dare-to-bare club attire or Sofia Richie's casual-cool workwear jumpsuit that speaks to you. Whatever your plans, there's a look here to match. Cheers to a stylish Saturday and Sunday.
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In a world where everything can start to look the same, there’s no better feeling than standing out and looking good doing it. The simplest way to do that? Through one of our personal favorite versions of self-expression: customizable shoes.
The appeal of customization is something we fully understand. Because what are the chances of finding someone who has the same pair of sneakers with that print, that leather detail, or—if you’re really taking it to heart—your name? We’re guessing little to none. And let’s be honest. The feeling of having something that’s as rare as you are is unlike any other. Plus, everything’s made exactly how you want it, which sounds like a win-win situation to us.
Ready to get started on your one-of-a-kind shoes? We found our favorite brands that’ll let you customize your pair, from the color of the sole to the laces. This is one item that’ll truly be all yours.
Let these shoes inspire you to get you started on your very own pair. Once you start wearing them, you won't be able to stop.
Of all our favorite Paris hangouts, cafe Le Nemours has to be the place we love the most. Located right by the entrance to the Louvre and les Jardins du Palais-Royal, we discovered it a few years back and it’s been one of those special places for us since. Great coffee and croissants, great atmosphere, I swear we could sit there for hours just taking it all in, people watching, and admiring the chic Parisian crowd.
How about you guys, do you have any favorite places in Paris? We’re planning another trip in May and I would love your recommendations!
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Having a hard (and painful) time finding a pair of stylish heels to fit your your wide feet? You’re not alone. Although brands like Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, and Saint Laurent produce gorgeous pumps, their designs aren’t always suited for girls with wide feet. Think about a pair of BB pumps—the style is crafted to create a very slim and sleek look. And if your feet are nowhere near narrow, then you know this translates to shoving your little footsies into the pumps and pretending the pain is worth it. (Guilty!)
Sob story aside, we crowdsourced our office and perused our co-founder Hillary Kerr’s List App to bring you the best brands to shop if you have wide feet. In hopes of alleviating some of your heel-wearing foot pain and to stock your shoe collection with the right picks, here are the top brands you need to know about.
Keep reading to see the brands and shop our favorite heels for wide feet.
With spring having officially started, it’s only logical that we put away our winter gear (hallelujah!) and free up some closet space for more warm-weather clothing. The one exception is if you live on the East Coast—you might want to wait a few weeks until the actual weather reflects this change. Nonetheless, what at times can be less than obvious is which pieces you can carry over into the next season and which should go deep into storage. As such, today we’re bringing you this handy guide on what to stash away and what you can continue to wear well into spring and summer. Scroll through for all the details and, of course, to shop our favorite spring-friendly picks.
We'll admit that one of the things we love about holidays is dressing the part. Even better? When that holiday is celebrated over brunch with good company and also happens to help ring in the new season. We're of course talking about Easter Sunday. If you're still at a loss for what to wear for the occasion, a fairly straightforward, easy option is a flattering, comfortable spring dress.
Below, we've rounded up 13 spring dresses worthy of Easter brunch. The start of spring calls for incorporating more color and prints to liven up the mood and break out of your winter wardrobe. Or, if you're more partial to neutrals or never stray from an all-black ensemble, there are some spring-friendly takes that feel just as fresh. Opt for a monochromatic style with a flattering silhouette, or go with a playful print you'll want to wear all season long. So whatever your style, break out your favorite sandals and a festive clutch, and you're ready to step out for the holiday.
This story was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.
Polarizing trends. You know the kind—you either embrace them wholeheartedly or you claim "I'm just not a [insert trend here] type of person." They typically fall into one specific style camp. Well, pearls seem to be one of those trends. We'd actually be lying if we said we didn't fall into the category of previously claiming to not be the type of people who wear pearls. Again, previously.
Pearls, probably because they're so polarizing or maybe in spite of that fact, are subject to being reinvented by designers time and again. This year, we're seeing them adorn not just jewelry, but bags, shoes, and even key pieces of clothing. You won't see any pearl strand necklaces or pearl stud earrings in this roundup, but instead, expect to discover pieces that are more modern than classic. This is how to wear pearls the 2018 way.
Headbands, hair clips, and other hair accessories of the early aughts are racing back into the spotlight right now. The pearl-adorned pieces of the moment are tinged with a preppy feel, something we could envision Blair Waldorf wearing.
Which way to wear pearls speaks to you the most? And next, see the jewelry trend that is coming back in a major way.
Pearl-accented handbags are nothing new, but it's the designs emerging from brands like Shrimps that are getting us excited once again to try out the pretty embellishment.
Sculptural, modern art–inspired jewelry is a trend that's been gaining ground for a few seasons recently. The one-of-a-kind pieces have evolved yet again with the addition of just one or two pearl accents.
Clothing is by no means exempt from the trend. We're seeing pearls make their way onto tops, skirts, and pants alike via ruching and gathered details.
Fans of Miu Miu and Nicholas Kirkwood are used to keeping pearl-embellished footwear in their rotation. But it's emerging shoe brands like Yuul Yie that are making us reconsider pearly shoes this year specifically.
While classic pearl studs will always be around, there's one style of pearl earrings to emerge that we can already tell will win out among the fashion set. Drop earrings, both streamlined and imaginative, are the new way to wear the jewel in an everyday sense.
We’ve all experienced this dreaded situation—you put on a great-fitting pair of jeans in the morning, only to be faced with sag city by the end of the day. Luckily, the solution is simple with a little tweak to your denim shopping strategy—to find jeans that won't stretch out, always check the fabric. We probed our denim aficionado, market editor Nicole Akhtarzad, and she confirmed that the more cotton, the better. She says, "I don't really buy anything below 98% cotton, because any less than that can feel more like jeggings and less like jeans." So what's the ideal fabric to make up that other 2%? Elastane, according to a denim expert that we consulted in the past. Keeping an eye out for this ideal fabric works particularly well when you're shopping online and can't try on or touch the jeans. Fortunately, there are a plethora of stylish pairs out there that are made of 100% cotton or close to it, and we've rounded up the cream of the crop for you. Keep scrolling to shop our favorite jeans that won't stretch out!
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This post was originally published at an earlier date and since has been updated.
Here’s what I realized when I transitioned from my 20s to 30s. As I personally matured in everything from my world views to my career and relationships, I also matured in my style. Slowly I started feeling more confident in my skin. I stopped trying every trend under the sun and instead chose silhouettes that I felt comfortable and strong in. I stopped wearing jewelry that turned my skin green. I gave into the fact that I’m just not a crop-top girl—and that no matter how much I love skyscraper heels, they’re just not practical for walking around the city all day. I started to invest in quality items instead of cult trends.
This is not to say that in your 30s, you have to stop having all fashion fun. On the contrary, I love playing with pops of color and vintage finds or a striking silhouette. But I refuse to wear anything that I feel even slightly uncomfortable in.
We all evolve in our style as get older, but the fashion items below are the pieces I have embraced with open arms as I’ve come into my 30s.
Read on to learn 9 style lessons fashion insiders learned post-30.
Okay, you bought that pair of It shoes last year you swore you would wear for years, but now you’re ready to retire them. So what is the best way to sell them online? To find out, we turned to an expert and consulted Tracy Sun, Poshmark’s co-founder and VP of merchandising, who let us know her top tips for how to sell clothes online. And she really knows what she’s talking about.
There is over $4 million worth of inventory uploaded to the Poshmark app each day, and Sun knows what makes it move. As it turns out, it all comes down to a little bit of planning and some attention to detail. And, if you ask us, it’s worth it. Putting in a some extra time to sell your pieces at the best possible price pays off in the long run. Here, find out Tracy Sun’s top five tips for how to sell your clothes online.
It’s important to take time while creating a listing. Styling a unique photo setup with the right lighting will help sellers make a quick sale.
A beautiful cover shot makes all the difference. Style your images with a focus on clarity, composition, and lighting. Finding a unique aesthetic that makes your images pop is a great way to draw more shoppers to your closet.
Including all the details about your item in the description is key. You want your listing to come up in a search, so you need to have a solid description. Putting thought into your listing descriptions will increase visibility and sales.
The key to Poshmark success is all about being social. Your items will sell more quickly when you participate by liking, commenting, sharing, and following other Poshers—just like any social platform. The more you engage, the more you sell. Three-quarters of sales on Poshmark are made by repeat buyers, so get to know your shoppers by providing style recommendations on looks you know they’ll love.
In addition to listing some of Poshmark’s top-selling brands such as Nike, Lululemon, Michael Kors, Kate Spade New York, J.Crew, and Tory Burch, sellers can view the newly launched “Brand Spotlight,” available at Poshmark.com to see the top brands that are trending each week.
Engagement rings are pieces of jewelry everyone is familiar with. And whether you're already engaged, about to be, or are nowhere close, looking at diamonds and gemstones is always enticing. Over time, as it is with any article of clothing, engagement rings have experienced their fair share of trends, and today, we get to admire the biggest ones.
We touched base with Brilliant Earth, now the global leader in ethically sourced bridal and fine jewelry, to get some insider knowledge on the biggest engagement ring trends over the past 10 years. You think you remember them all? So did we, but once Brilliant Earth singled out a trend for every year starting in 2008, there were definitely a few that surprised us. From classic halos to rose gold to pear shapes, enjoy the ride as the experts at Brilliant Earth walk you through the engagement ring styles that mattered most throughout the last decade.
"In 2008, solitaires with a wide band were en vogue because of their simple elegance. Brides gravitated toward rings like the Marina Ring due to the style's sculptural beauty and clean lines, which highlight the diamond as the ring’s focal point."
It's clear that engagement ring trends have truly varied over time, and to be honest, we're not sure can pick a trend we love the most. If you're in the mood for more engagement ring content, check out the surprising history of engagement rings here.
"Couples in 2009 were drawn to solitaires with tapered silhouettes, which have a more delicate look than rings with wider bands. The Petite Tapered Trellis Ring draws the eye and brings even more emphasis to the center gemstone for a classic and sophisticated look."
"The sculptural rings that gained popularity in 2010 have clean lines and an understated glamour that perfectly suit a contemporary style sensibility. The Seacrest Ring featured a gorgeous band that gracefully swirls around the center gem, making it a beautiful example of the sculptural styles that were popular that year."
"Halo designs with traditional round and cushion-shaped diamonds were especially sought after in 2011, likely because of their romantic, timeless look, and the fact that the halo of accent diamonds makes a center diamond appear larger. Halo engagement rings highlight the center gemstone by surrounding it in dazzling sparkle."
"Vintage-inspired engagement rings feature unique elements often found in one-of-a-kind antique rings—such as hand engraving, milgrain, filigree, and ornate embellishment. They gained popularity in 2012, a distinctly different trend compared to the popular rings in 2010 and 2011."
"Curving lines, delicate leaves, and flower motifs evoke the earth’s beauty in nature-inspired engagement rings. One nature-inspired design that truly thrived in 2013, the Willow Diamond Ring, features wispy vines of precious metal and marquise diamond buds that bring the center gemstone to life."
"In 2014, nature-inspired designs gave way to simple twisting designs that step up the sophistication while keeping the important symbolism of intertwined lives. With entwined strands of diamonds and lustrous precious metal, the Petite Twisted Vine Diamond Ring and Chamise Diamond Ring create enchanting patterns that are elegant and chic."
"While classic halo rings have been trending for many years, the 2015 couple sought a truly distinctive take on this style, updating the traditional design with elements like scalloping and floral patterns. A great example is the Alvadora Diamond Ring, which features lavishly detailed latticework, a halo of diamond accents, and milgrain detail on the shoulders and gallery."
"The desire for a distinctive ring carried over from 2015, with 2016 highlighting fancy-shaped diamonds and colored gemstones. People gravitated toward an engagement ring with a vibrant sapphire or other colored gemstone as the center stone, helping it stand out from more traditional diamond engagement rings. Those who were set on a diamond but not interested in the traditional round shape looked to fancy shapes, such as emerald, pear, marquise, oval, or Asscher-cut diamonds. These distinctive shapes lend an eye-catching and unique look to solitaires and other more traditional engagement ring settings."
"In 2017 it was all about rose gold for both brides seeking a distinctive twist on a classic style and those drawn to warm metal’s vintage look. This alluring pink hue is universally flattering on almost all skin tones, and its soft warmth is particularly suited for modern wedding rings or romantic, vintage-inspired rings."
"For 2018, people are taking note of celebrity engagement rings and embracing pear-shaped and oval-shaped center gemstone. Pear-shaped diamonds are a beautiful fusion of the traditional round brilliant and marquise-shaped diamonds. When you combine the cut of a round with the cut of a marquise, the stunning result is a diamond with one rounded end and one pointed end, creating the stunning shape otherwise known as the teardrop. Oval-shaped diamonds are an ideal choice for those who love the dazzling brilliance of a round cut but desire something more unique. Consider Paris Hilton, Sophie Turner, and Cardi B when looking for pear-shaped inspiration, and Kate Middleton and Penelope Cruise for oval-shaped inspiration."
This post has been updated by Sabrina Paparella.
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