Hunter boots are everywhere this season, and are sure to stay throughout these rainy spring months as well. Not only do they look chic, they are durable and come in so many fantastic colors and styles. Check out the top picks below!
With the ending of Paris, Milan, New York and London fashion weeks, we were able to see the amazing styles from designers, and the trends are very apparent. Thigh-grazing heels, embellishments, feathers, military and fur were just some of the main fashion trends sure to be a hit this upcoming fall.
Have you guys seen any other main trends recently?
Transitioning from winter to spring can often be difficult in the clothes department, as well as your signature bag. These timeless totes are perfect for all seasons, and look professional, with their sturdy structures.
Image via Time Magazine
Clockwise, from top left: Diane von Furstenberg, $345; dvf.com. Reed Krakoff, $1,190; reedkrakoff.com. DKNY, $395; dkny.com. Salvatore Ferragamo, $1,290; (866) 337-7242.
Sunglasses are a great way to perk up an outfit (and hide those under eye circles!). I’m obsessed with round sunglasses, as they flatter every face shape and add a unique, retro style that complements a modern wardrobe. Check out these top picks!
Paisley print details are taking over full blown patterns on clothing to add a dose of chic simplicity to our Spring wardrobes. 70′s paisley prints are updated with fresh florals for a light and airy look. Take a tip from Etro, who paired the trend with white ensembles at their New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer ’13 show.
What do you think of the paisley fashion trend? Will you be rocking it this spring?
Taylor Says is one of the most interesting shoe brands out today. Taylor Reeve incorporates art and funky designs into each pair of their classic stilettos. The self-described “crazy blondie from Southern California” started out by painting unconventional mediums, from motorcycles to surf boards. The designs are one of a kind, and are inspired by “bright colors, vivid dreams and the desire to live and take in each moment“. The heels are such a great way to allow your personality and individuality shine.
A few weeks ago I wrote about one of my favorite recent trends: velvet! So, if you’ve recently acquired some awesome velvet pieces, here are some ways to rock the trend by subtly incorporating it into your wardrobe for a full fashion effect. Enjoy!
Hats are the ultimate fashion accessory, and can make an outfit quickly go from boring to chic in a matter of seconds. Not only so, they are amazing for those days when you feel like hiding out from the world (ahem, pair them with sunglasses and you’ve got a hangover fashion cure), as well as work as a quick-fix for those bad hair days.
Nasty Gal, $19
However, sometimes it’s hard to find the perfect hat for your face shape, and since they can be a bold statement, it’s essential to find one that is you. Look no further- I’ve compiled a guide to finding a perfect hat for every personality and style.
Although I have to admit, about 6 months ago, when I thought of velvet in clothing, an image conjured up immediately of my older sister’s numerous pairs of velvet pants from the 90′s (needless to say, cringe-worthy). Nonetheless, velvet has become a big fashion trend this season, and the end is nowhere in sight.
Key point when rocking the trend: Soft velvet fabricslook luxurious, as well as add a very modern touch to the stiff velvet of the 90′s.
For your online shopping convenience, I’ve rounded up a few key velvet pieces that are undoubtedly on my winter wishlist.
See what other (lower-priced) pieces made the cut after the jump!
Recently, I’ve been finding myself dreaming of summer festivals (I know its a bit too early, but a girl can dream, right?), and fantasizing about which attire is best for unleashing my inner hippie. One staple is the kimono, a comfortable cover-up that is easy and breezy, and is, in fact, quite perfect for this winter weather as well (and much more chic than lounging around in sweatpants, let’s be honest). I’ve gathered up some of my favorites, from waist length to the floor and in a various range of prices.