Socks are so important for the winter season, yet often-ignored. It seems like we should know better than to stifle feet in hideous, itchy wool socks and dirtied boots. Let’s make things a little easier on the eyes (and softer on the toes) by showing off some totally layer-worthy socks that can keep you warm and add to your seasonal sartorial scheme. Read on for 6 pairs by UGG that are worth flaunting. Continue reading
Everyone knows that boots are a winter footwear essential. In the cooler and wetter months, knowing how to wear boots and which styles to invest in for longevity and comfort will give you a step-up in your weekend wear and a leg-up in the office. Plus, you’ll be protected against the weather — be it rain, wind or snow.
These are our picks for the best men’s boots that are tough-as-nails for work but still totally stylish for after-hours. Continue reading
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When the weather starts to drop, we’re quick to arm ourselves with a wardrobe packed full of winter-ready threads. But it’s not just a slew of waterproof coats and cozy Henleys we need to consider: it’s time to address our footwear, too.
Here, we examine five shoe styles that will see you through the season on trend and on point. Continue reading
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
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
It’s difficult to get out of bed in the winter, never mind feeling inspired to dress well. Instead, we tend to wear things that resemble the gloom and the grey skies. To veer away from that, go for a blue color palette. Navy, powder blue, and cobalt are all stunning colors that can blend together for one cohesive look when done right. Accessorize with a cozy beanie and insulated jacket for the ultimate in warmth. Top your outfit off with stark white sneakers and you’ll be one step closer to David Beckham’s chic style. Effortlessly cool.
In the midst of crowds of bundled-up people with throw-on-and-go kinds of attitudes during the winter, you can be the one to stand out. Find inspiration in the beauty and grit in the city streets with an open-knit marled sweater and the perfect puffer coat. Rainy days call for a reliable, insulated jacket like this lush, faux fur-trimmed hooded coat from Marc New York. Playing with textures and vibrant accessories, focus falls on your stand-out bag — this bright blue leather stunner from UGG Australia. Top it off with high-rise denim and classic black lace-up boots for a simple, yet edgy ensemble. Become a master of street style with ease, like the gorgeous models who walk the New York streets during Fashion Week, despite gloomy skies and low temperatures. No worries, you’ll be too busy stomping around in confidence to notice the weather.
The presents are wrapped, your holiday plans are made, but what are you going to wear?! Get inspired by the best fashion blogger looks of the season! These girls know how to style any color, print, or silhouette, so it’s no wonder we look to them in such times of need.
Think festive colors – Stephanie Sterjovski of SS Life + Style paired this beautiful emerald midi skirt with a black turtleneck for a subtle, charming outfit. Emerald, crimson, pale blue, silver, and gold are the basis of the perfect Christmas palette. Take the hues you might find on your Christmas tree and go a shade darker to make it a bit dressier. Top it all off with pretty embellishments, and you’re ready for the party!
Whether you’re flying or driving, the first rule of packing for the holidays is bring only what you need. Easier said than done, right? But when airlines force weight limits upon us, we really don’t want to be frantically sorting through our suitcases in the middle of the airport for what we can stuff into our carry-on bag. So, my number one tip to you is: Know your upcoming schedule of events, and pack outfits accordingly.
Getting there >> Wear your heaviest jacket and clunkiest boots on the plane. Yes, this can be a pain when it comes to stripping down for TSA agents, but it’s worth it when your luggage is a couple pounds lighter. It’s also a good idea to dress in layers because planes tend to be cold one minute and super stuffy the next. Wearing a jacket, a sweater, and a simple tank keeps you prepared for every eventuality. Don’t forget to bring your biggest purse and a useful backpack for all your essentials!