Nothing beats the comfort of a hands-free crossbody bag. Cute and functional, the crossbody bag is perfect for those moments when you need both of your hands — think sightseeing, concerts, shopping, and running errands — without having to worry about that annoying strap falling off your shoulder. Shop our top picks from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Diane von Furstenberg, Vince Camuto, Michael Kors, and more.
If there was an actual decoration for the First Lady of Wimbledon, the title would have to go to Kim Sears. Longtime girlfriend to Andy Murray, the men's singles champ who claimed the honor for Britain after a 77-year drought, Kim played the part of supportive (and well-dressed) girlfriend to perfection.
Haven't heard of Kim yet? Before clicking through her sophisticated courtside outfits, know this: that chestnut mane has led the British to pit her against Kate Middleton for the best hair superlative. And in our book, any time you're being compared to the duchess, you're winning.
Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge were all wrapped up in each other for Burberry's Autumn/Winter campaign — Trench Kisses. Tom and Sienna packed on the sweetest PDA in the new Burberry video, set to British singer Tom Odell's latest single, "Hold Me." The brand featured the engaged British couple in a series of romantic ads, which marks the first time Burberry has promoted a real-life couple in a campaign.
The images were shot by famed photographer Mario Testino and showcased Tom and Sienna kissing behind a leopard-print satchel in one snap and cuddling up close in another. In other adorable behind-the-scenes pictures, Tom grabbed onto the collar of Sienna's Burberry coat and looked longingly into his fiancée's eyes.
Sienna and Tom had a similar cuddle session over the weekend as well, when they attended the Glastonbury Music Festival in England yesterday.
What could be easier than making a real-life couple look totally in love? For Burberry's Fall 2013 campaign, Mario Testino shot Sienna Miller and her fiancé, Tom Sturridge, posing — and kissing — in Creative Director Christopher Bailey's creations. It's a fitting series of images — the Burberry Prorsum Fall 2013 collection, after all, is lovingly named Trench Kisses.
Not quite a V-neck, yet not quite a button-down, tunics are the perfect marriage between the two. With a refreshing summertime silhouette, tunics are your best bet when you're looking for a top that will take you from the beach to the bar (and, occasionally, the boardroom). This season, brands like Free People, J.Crew, and Anthropologie are offering versions that are affordable and sure to garner you a compliment or two.
The first family is currently on a European tour surrounding the G8 summit in Belfast, Ireland, and for us, that means getting to witness Michelle Obama's impeccable style overseas (which we've loved before).
So far, the first lady has not disappointed in a Burberry trench coat, a chic Lela Rose vest, and a fabulous fit-and-flare dress for a fancy dinner at a palace in Berlin. From all-out dressy to laid-back, check out Michelle Obama's across-the-pond style.
If you ever need to think of a label that can offer up elegant work-ready pieces alongside showstopping evening options, look no further than Burberry Prorsum. A tour through the brand's New York City showroom to view the Resort 2014 collection was a lesson in delights, as everything we saw was worthy of some sort of purring exclamation. See the top styles we know we'll be revisiting in our most stylish daydreams.
Burberry Prorsum Resort 2014 was meant for the "girl next door," but it seems Christopher Bailey's girl next door is a much sexier kind of neighbor. The collection mixed the pillars of a warm-weather wardrobe (sheerness, lightness, and lots of cutouts) with body-con silhouettes and tight pencil skirts — a nod to his Fall 2013 collection, it appears.
Standout versions of Bailey's pencil skirt came covered in stretchy, pastel-hued lace, and will later have removable lining added, in case you're not ready to reveal all. Looks were layered with the brand's iconic trench coats, each punctuated with glass bead embellishments, and finished with a colorful foldover clutch and white peep-toe wedge booties.
Eveningwear made an equally loud splash, and for Bailey, the outward likability of these black and white gowns should be reason enough to expect even more eveningwear in his Spring and Fall collections.
Photo courtesy of Burberry
Far outweighing the glamour of most other red carpets, the Cannes Film Festival is as much about the jaw-dropping couture as it is about the movies. This year's fest was no exception — from start to finish, we were treated to a lineup of A-list dressing. Given the nonstop glamour, it's not easy to play favorites, but we've narrowed it down to just a handful of the most stunning Cannes arrivals. Cara Delevingne lit up the scene in a sultry black lace Burberry gown, Freida Pinto wowed in brilliant color with a bright pink Gucci gown, and Jessica Biel hit the carpet in a frothy, feathery Marchesa confection and a megawatt serpent necklace.Not to be outdone, Marion Cotillard dazzled in an elegant white Dior dress, and Nicole Kidman played official juror in a decadent and ultrafeminine Valentino Couture gown. Of these five most memorable fashion moments, who's your Cannes red carpet queen? Cast your vote now.
It isn't necessary to wear jewelry to sparkle in jewel tones. Simply follow Burberry's lead by sporting an array of pieces in bold shades like emerald, amethyst, and ruby. You'll look chic in one hue, but don't be afraid to mix and match. These saturated colors all work together flawlessly.