Topic: Net-a-Porter

Shopping Guide: Potbelly-Friendly Thanksgiving Dresses

Shopping Guide: Potbelly-Friendly Thanksgiving Dresses

Thanksgiving is about two things: trying not to argue with your family and eating your face off. Sometimes those overlap!

Oh, Thanksgiving is also about pretty autumn colors like cranberry, pumpkin, wines and plums. Here, we have assembled a gallery of under $300 dresses (with a wide range of prices) that are nice enough for a formal dinner occasion but forgiving enough to account for that delicious third helping of stuffing. Please note that if you’re not embarrassed of your Thanksgiving potbelly, by all means buy a bodycon dress and own it.

For the rest of us–who go a little too overboard–here’s a handy guide to empire waists, generous cuts and shirt dresses with removable belts.
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Karl Lagerfeld Designed A Special Collection For Net-a-Porter

Karl Lagerfeld Designed A Special Collection For Net-a-Porter

Karl Lagerfeld doesn’t sleep: between his many designing duties (Chanel, Fendi, Lagerfeld) and collaborations (Macy’s Impulse), the man’s also a full-time fashion photographer, makes everything from wine labels to perfumes and has to devote an hour or two a day to hating ugly children. Still, he managed to fire off another collection: this time for online shopping powerhouse Net-A-Porter.
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Shopping Guide: Energize Your Wardrobe With Neon

Shopping Guide: Energize Your Wardrobe With Neon

Resort 2011 broadcast a lot of neon: the glowing accessories trend logged major runway time at Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler and more. The thing about neon is that it presents a problem (ugliness) if there’s too much, but it’s a perfect eye-popping accessory or simple piece–shorts or a tee– if your palette is otherwise muted. Here’s a few easy neon items to jolt your warm-weather look. More »

Friday Style Icon: Melissa Joan Hart as Clarissa from Clarissa Explains It All

Friday Style Icon: Melissa Joan Hart as Clarissa from Clarissa Explains It All

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 »