Feeling more Spring Broke than Spring Break? For local California babes looking to chill out or Coachella-bound explorers, we suggest getting lost amid the jaw-dropping scenery in Joshua Tree. Not only does the city boast an impressive National Park (you can’t beat $20 for a 7-day vehicle permit — go ahead, invite all your friends), but the surrounding off-the-map destinations (see below) are just what the doctor ordered for creative-minded adventurers. And it’s all mere miles away from Los Angeles. Continue reading
With spring style, there are so many uncertainties. The weather can bounce from hot to cold on a day’s notice while you’re desperately trying to distance yourself from the darker, rich tones of winter. So when it comes to trying new trends, you aren’t sure which ones to pluck from the runway and into your wardrobe. So, go ahead, pick and choose what works for you from this list of our impending favorites. Continue reading
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
Spring Break is just around the corner and, chances are, you’re either itching to escape school for one week or you’re simply getting desperate for a sunny vacation. That’s why Cancun, Miami and Las Vegas are some of the most popular destinations.
So when is Spring Break this year? In the U.S., state universities start Spring Break on March 26, while private colleges begin a week later on April 2.
Traveling during this time means long airport security lines and cluttered beach-side streets. But it’s totally worth it once you have the warm sand between your toes and a cold beer in your hands. Before you’re ready for all that, you need to overcome the dreaded task of packing your suitcase (and trying not to forget any must-haves). We suggest planning your outfits and looking to our ideas of perfect Spring Break attire.
(Clockwise from top left) Diesel jacket, $129 | Original Penguin t-shirt, $29 | Von Dutch hat, $34 | Ben Sherman wallet, $49 | Sperry Top-Sider boat shoes, $99 | Sperry Top-Sider socks, $15 | Diesel jeans, $199 | Original Penguin chinos, $69 | UGG Australia sandals, $79 | 7 Diamonds shirt, $109 | Kurt Vonnegut ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’ book, $6, amazon.com | Amara beach towel, $66, amara.com | Lacoste toilet kit, $64 | Sanuk sneakers, $79 | Jackery phone charger, $16, amazon.com
Or, if you’re reading this and are currently in a panic trying to stuff all your essentials into a last-minute packing spree, here’s a helpful checklist you should print out and run through.
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