“When you’re not proving your high-fashion prowess in awards-show-stopping gowns, let this denim design flaunt your free-spirited style with unpretentious perfection…” More
Last week we brought you a sneaker wedges Shopping Guide… but we secretly hoped you’d be pissed because they are hideous. This week we’re bringing you also-ridiculous wedge shoes but no sneakers in sight–instead, they are a riot of textures, colors and weirdness in the sub-$150 category. For those of you (like us) who tend to have a restrained aesthetic, sometimes a really oddball statement shoe can make an outfit look more deliberate.
Or… you know, just plain ridiculous. Whatever. Have fun. More
Finally! The perfect piece to pair with your slave earrings! More
Guess who needs no introduction? Debbie Harry. As much as her two-tone hair and bold makeup are imitated, that set of cheekbones is truly one in a million. This week’s Friday Style Icon celebrates the Blondie singer’s tough-downtown-New Wave-girly look. More
Who doesn’t like animal prints? We’ve stepped up our game and moved past the same old leopard/cheetah/zebra/snake prints and fallen in love with subtle (or sometimes not so subtle) prints of actual animals. From elephants to dogs to wolves, animals get chic ahead. More
At the expensive of sounding like a complete bore: Nickelodeon’s Clarissa Darling > Hannah Montana and every other tween star that’s been churned out at Disney in the past, I don’t know, ten years? Clarissa was a smart, outspoken weirdo who dressed like a crazy person… in other words, an excellent hero for little girls. Let’s celebrate her gonzo style and remember quality children’s television. More
I’ve been seeing a lot of really lovely floral-print flats lately (like this gorgeous $390 pair by Jil Sander) so I put together this gallery of affordable styles. Yes, one man’s affordable is another’s extravagance. However, I can say comfortably that the shoes in the following gallery are affordable… compared to pricey designer options. Prices start at $16 and cap at $100. More
It’s pretty hot out but that’s no excuse to dress like a slob (especially if you’re doing sweet romance shit). Here are some outfit ideas for warm weather dates that we’re currently really into. More
Blue Velvet (the movie) stresses me out. But the material? It looks great on shoes, dresses, bags, whatever. Here are some totally non-upsetting options.
So, when we began thinking we should do a shopping guide of lightweight scarfs, the weather was a little more “transitional” as opposed to “torrential.” However, the weather is turning and when it does, you may want to top off your Spring outfits with a scarf, in the event there’s a breeze. …A few weeks from now. Until then, here’s our umbrella guide to supplement. More
With Earth Day approaching the fate of the environment inevitablely creeps into our brains, if only for the one day. More
It’s starting to get sunny, but it’s still too chilly to just go with a tank or tee… to say nothing of those random New York rainstorms that seem to happen whenever is least convenient during the summer. So, to help your wardrobe on its transitional way, we’ve put together a nice round-up of cool, easy, lightweight jackets that’ll keep you dry (but not too warm) this Spring. More
I’ve never been to a garden party but I figure, if you were to attend one, you’d need a light, white (maybe eyelet?) dress and a soft, featherweight cardigan. So, for those of you who can handle (maybe even enjoy) direct sunlight, here are some light Spring-appropriate cardigans, perfect for warming weather that hasn’t yet begun to swelter. More
Last week Jennifer and I were figuring out some upcoming Friday Style Icons because I didn’t want every week to be about mining ’90s movies I liked as a child. And we immediately concluded, Let’s do A League of Their Own! Unfortunately, A League of Their Own is the opposite of what we were trying to do. So I did a gallery of awesome Chloe Sevigny looks. This week, as we were compiling stuff for our tribute to the ladysports classics, intrepid intern Jill was like, “Just like Nylon!” and we were like, “WHAA?” Then she broke our fucking hearts by showing us a spread in this month’s Nylon about makeup inspired by A League of Their Own. Since we’d already gotten a bunch of images together, we were like, fuck it, it’s okay, people can accept that two separate entities arrived at the same obscure idea independently. Right? Right? More