Broncos or Panthers? Guacamole or artichoke dip? These are the important questions you must answer before Game Day this Sunday. But if there’s one thing you needn’t worry about, it’s what to wear. Less is more. Casual is preferred. Comfort is key. Continue reading
We’re all about items with versatility for the fall. Cold mornings and early sunsets are hardly inspiration to dress creatively, so we’re starting our day with a classic pair of suede booties by Sam Edelman to wear with literally anything.
A heeled bootie — especially in an on-trend black suede — is the anchor for a multitude of low-maintenance but still super put-together outfits. That means tons of pieces in your wardrobe will be given new life thanks to these simple kicks (distressed denim, maxi dresses, and more). Read on for five flawless ways to style — and further proof you won’t want to bother with any other shoes this fall. Continue reading
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.
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
Sometimes we simply need to have a relaxed girls’ night out. Hushed chit-chat between friends in the corner booth. Margaritas with extra lime. Loud belly laughs. The occasional dance intermission. This kind of celebration requires the right uniform.
Slip into this Desigual graphic top and feel edgy, sexy, and comfortable (at the same time)! The cute sequin details, seductive scoop neckline, and trendy oversized fit will make this an instant classic for happy hour. Accompanied by jeans that stretch to fit your body perfectly, you’ll feel carefree enough to stay out all night. Style these booties folded down to showcase the glitter speckles or standing up for a more structured look — it’s your choice. Either way, the chunky heel and smooth leather construction will do you no wrong.
Wear your hair in a messy braid, slick pony, or free falling across your shoulders, but don’t forget the pop of color on your lips. Any shade of red is classic and stunning against a dark palette, so don’t be afraid to be bold! Our model Raeshae executed this look flawlessly and with minimal effort. Let your clothes do the talking.
Tough does not mean masculine, so don’t be afraid to incorporate menswear-inspired pieces into your look. A quilted leather jacket is timeless and effortlessly cool on top of any outfit, especially a loose-fitting top and the perfect skinnies. Embrace your curves and your womanly edge. Accessorize with rugged buckled boots and a smart crossbody bag to create a look that’s boiling over with confidence. Keep it neutral with a black-grey-white color palette, but make a loud statement at the same time, like British model Cara Delevingne, who really doesn’t care what anyone thinks of her. Refreshingly authentic.
The all-American blogger behind our weekly style crush is the embodiment of effortless, easy-chic street style, favoring uncomplicated silhouettes offset with a conversation piece or two (hello, amazing Phillip Lim crossbody bag and golden Fossil watch). It’s not uncommon to find Jacy Overstreet in a loose yet crisp sweater styled with a pair of pointed booties or open-toed heels, not to mention her perfectly placed accessories — chunky scarves, structured bags, and gold jewelry, yes please!
As the temperatures drop, we learn how to layer up! We’re talking a no-fuss, practical wardrobe to survive the cold months with ease. Sensible chunky booties, second-skin jeans, and oversized coats sum it up. But how does one perfect the formula for easy outfits that are put-together but adaptable to the unpredictable nature of day-to-day life? We look to style icons like Emma Stone. Ever since her move to New York City for her Broadway debut in Cabaret, her closet has been filled with staple pieces made for someone who has places to go and people to see. Even if you’re not headlining a hit musical or constantly being photographed whenever your plane touches down, you can learn a thing or two from Emma’s best city looks. As long as you have a good assortment of neutral items in your closet, this look will never fail.
Beatrice Gutu’s style is a delightful cocktail of relaxed femininity, menswear-chic, and minimalist monochrome. It’s never a surprise to spot the darling European native in a tried-and-true duster coat styled with a pair of pointed boots or slip-on shoes, and while her outfits are altogether inspiring, her execution leaves the look feeling completely effortless and attainable. That’s why we’re crushing so hard.
Fashion blogger Floortje van Cooten is on the top of our radar for style inspiration. Based in the Netherlands, Floortje, 20, began her blog Floortjeloves in 2011 as a “personal mood-board,” mostly posting inspirational photos and recent purchases. When that evolved into outfit posts and diary-like entries about her daily life, her blog really took off.
Now, she enlightens readers with breath-taking photos and reports from her travels to cities like Istanbul, Florence, and Paris. All that mixed with her flawless green eyes/blonde hair/dimples combo and it’s hard to look away. Don’t even get us started on her adorable accent.