You could be basic and stick to stars and stripes or red, white, and blue pieces when you’re deciding what to wear on the Fourth of July. Or you could grab inspiration from these seriously stylish fashion bloggers and try something different. The important thing is, once you decide on a look, you can dedicate the rest of your time to loading up on potato salad and grilled hamburgers while fireworks explode across the sky. ‘Merica.
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This post comes from our Paris-based friend, Madeline Baillieux!
Typical Parisian street style is alluring, sultry, and chic, yet there’s simplicity in the styling that makes each look feel attainable. Continue reading
Whether you plan on sinking your toes into the warm sand or sprawling out on a grass field, Memorial Day Weekend is a great time to get outdoors and appreciate America’s beauty. And, of course, you need the perfect outfit to enjoy your long weekend. Refer to these fashion bloggers’ sunny styles for inspo!
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In its first-ever fashion trend report, Google is sharing data on what people are searching for when it comes to clothing. Particularly, three trends are seeing “sustained growth,” meaning the trend has been receiving steady growth over the past few years, and it’s just about to take off.
We thought we could offer up some inspiration on how to wear the styles by referring to some of our favorite fashion bloggers of the moment.
Weekend Two of Coachella has officially come to a close. While everyone is still buzzing about Nicki Minaj’s surprise appearance during Drake’s set, we’re taking a look back at the glorious festival fashion that took place over the past two weeks. From floral maxis to super short denim cutoffs, we saw our fair share of modern day hippie couture. And let’s just say some executed the tousled hair-fringed everything combo more effortlessly than others.
We’re talking street style looks that are completely unique. It’s these outfits from the music festival scene that we’re taking inspiration from and incorporating into our spring wardrobes. We could use a dose of boho magic in our lives.
On paper, this look shouldn’t work: Jean bermuda shorts, a triangle bikini top under a suede vest, and snakeskin booties. But it’s her relaxed sort of approach that makes us want to spring for a pair of distressed boyfriend shorts for our spring wardrobes. Possessing an edgy statement necklace is next on our to-do list. Continue reading
You either love the normcore trend or you hate it, but no one can deny its presence. Socks and sandals are no longer just for middle-aged dads and out-of-touch aunties. They’re chic, comfortable, and surprisingly alluring.
During the Spring 2015 Fashion Week, high-profile fashion shows like Rochas, Hunter Original, and Prada sent models down the runway sporting socks with heels and open-toed shoes. It’s an endearing alternative to the cold-weather uniform of tights or pants, especially when it seems like winter will never go away.
Still unsure? Check out some of our favorite fashion bloggers who are giving us mad street style inspiration.
I mean, technically, you might be wearing your boyfriend’s polos, but with all the potential you have to style them, they’re bound to look flirty and cute, like they were made for you. Whether you go for a women’s style or you start sifting through the men’s department now, remember, you’re not buying it for your boyfriend. This collared tee is all yours. It’s the ladies’ turn to shine in this sporty-chic, goes-with-anything top.
We’ve gathered up photos from five of our favorite fashion bloggers as inspiration. These girls rock the look with the utmost confidence and ease. Style goals.
Wendy of Teen Spirit in Fred Perry
As the sun streaks across the Oregon forests, a girl is roaming over the moss-covered rocks and dried-up leaves. She’s something of a barefoot gyspy in the wind — ethereal, serene, beautiful. And she doesn’t care what you think about her loud prints or bare arms in the middle of winter.
We’re talking about Kacie Cone, the fashion-forward free thinker behind Shy Girl Loud Voice. Based out of Portland, her boho-chic style is accented by delicate duds, loose hair, and a bold smear of lipstick. Continue reading
New York Fashion Week is winding down today, and this past week has been chock-full of fashion that’s inspired, outrageous, and downright stunning. We’re not even talking about the runway shows — it’s the street style that grabbed our attention. The freezing New York weather and fast-paced attitude brought out a few common trends among show-goers.
1. Fuzzy coats
Christina of The Quarter Life Closet | Harley Viera Newton via Fashionista | Aimee of Song of Style | via Fashionista
If we had a quarter for how many fuzzy coats that passed by the Lincoln Center over the course of this past week, well, we’d be pretty rich. They came in all shapes, colors and patterns, and we were envying after every last one of them. Continue reading
Booties are basically the lower maintenance, more versatile alternative when compared to every other shoe. Better yet, you can actually pair them with anything! Don’t believe us? We looked to five of our favorite fashion bloggers of the moment to provide perfect examples of how to wear ankle boots if you needed to dress for any occasion.
Going to lunch with friends:
Rebecca of The Clothes Horse | Pandora of Pandora Sykes
Go casual but chic. Buckled booties with sheer polka dot tights and a coordinating skirt-blazer set, topped off with a beret and roomy purse. Or try pointed booties with a button-down suede miniskirt and a slim-fit turtleneck. Subtle flirtation at its best. Continue reading