There’s something about fall that makes us feel like new clothes are a must! Maybe it’s the dropping temperatures that make us want to bundle up or the changing leaves that inspire us to start anew. Whatever the reason, we know our wardrobe could use a boost and, since that can feel like a huge project, here are a few ways to overcome common closet-related dilemmas. Continue reading
Natalie Off Duty in Out N About Leather Boots
In our opinion, there’s nothing better than a shoe that’s comfortable, versatile, and good-looking, too. Enter: Sorel footwear, the waterproof, insulated boots you’re going to live in this winter. Continue reading
Halloween is less than a week away and you still don’t have your costume locked in. Chances are, you may already have one in your closet if you simply re-purpose a few items of clothing. Or, if you’re interested in accuracy, we’ve provided a list of things that you can still run out and buy before the big costume party. Continue reading
From sturdy kicks to warm knits, fall is all about dressing thoughtfully and practically. You don’t want to be stuck out in the rain, snow, or sleet without the proper protection. Enter down vests, seam-sealed boots, and suede leather loafers. It’s the style-conscious way to tackle declining temperatures. Continue reading
Natalie Off Duty
There are many perks to dressing like a tomboy — it’s comfortable, easy, and totally OK if you look a little disheveled. For a woman, pulling off the boys’ looks is a breeze with a few tweaks on traditional shapes and wardrobe basics. The key to not looking like “just another one of the guys” is to throw in a hint of femininity, whether it’s via a statement-making accessory, a cutout here and there, or some softer fabrics. Find inspiration from these on-point street style examples below, and discover that the boy-meets-girl look is anything but boring.
>> Desigual jacket, Dex shirt, 7 For All Mankind jeans, UGG Australia boots
Transition from summer to fall with ease. Go vegan, faux real. A rough-and-tough synthetic leather jacket with faux fur collar is a timeless staple. Pair it with a delicate lace-trimmed tee tucked underneath and you’ve just become a full-fledged style icon. Classic blue jeans and buckled riding boots keep things casual for a meet-up with friends or an afternoon lunch date. You’ll be outside crunching fallen leaves on the pavement in no time.
SHOP THIS LOOK
For men and new dads in particular, grasping an actual sense of style can be tricky. Maybe you’re accustomed to dressing overly casual and now you have parent-teacher conferences to attend. Or maybe you’ve never really had a knack for style and you’re trying to set a better example. Whatever your situation, these quick style tips for dads are simple enough for everyone to try. Continue reading
Fall fashion is all about mixing up your shoe game to include everything from booties and wedges to moccasins and sneakers. But sky-high heels aren’t always the best option for everyone. Or maybe you want to try reaching new height with a practical, chunky heel. We’ve created a guide to our fall favorites in footwear, arranged by heel height, so you can decide what works best for you. Continue reading
Looking for a Labor Day retreat? From hidden beaches to drool-worthy breakfast spots, there are an abundance of reasons to be excited about traveling to San Diego. Maybe so many that you’re overwhelmed with where to start. Let us help you out with our handy guide to San Diego, including what to do and where to eat, sight-see, and shop.
Hit the beach at Sunset Cliffs
Photo: Flickr, ovophoto
Soak up the sun on the sand, hit the surf, or watch cliff jumpers get their thrills. Continue reading
The Clothes Horse
It’s September and we are practically itching for fall to begin. Fireplaces, knee socks, chilly mornings, enveloping coats, and pumpkin-everything is calling our name. But don’t throw your tank dresses and jean cutoffs to the wayside yet! Fall fashion means there’s an opportunity for layers. Here are a few quick tips for how you can convert your summer wardrobe — or seamlessly transition it — to fall. Continue reading