We're all guilty of having style mood swings and that's totally OK. In fact, it's great, especially when you can mix-and-match softer, girlier pieces with more Winter-savvy ones. Try a moto-inspired leather jacket with an orange sherbet-hued chiffon blouse or pair a ladylike floral-printed minidress with ultra texturized separates, including a shearling-collared coat, herringbone tights, and a chunky knit cardigan. It's all a matter of how you spin it, and we think there's more than a few ways to get the job done. Grab your prettiest prints and most feminine frocks; then, inject a comfy, cozy edge into the fold. Click through to see how we've interpreted this "opposites attract" styling state of mind and shop your favorites!
Posts for January 21st 2012
- Chloé drops Freja Erichsen and Arizona Muse from their campaign — Life, Love & Lace
- Questions about Dior's fate loom as Fashion Week approaches — The Fash Pack
- Six cute cold-weather accessories under $20 — Beauty and the Budget
- Elizabeth Banks rocks Versace for a movie premiere — Sandi in the City
- Get a load of Wildfox's White Label lookbook — Pretty Plague
Your casual cotton separates are no longer just for the day! In this episode of FabSugarTV's How To, we're going to show you how to mix your breezy basics with more sophisticated formal separates. Create effortlessly cool outfits this year by combining your casual tops with dressier pieces on bottom. This pared-back elegance is instantly chic! On Allison: Rebecca Taylor jacket, Equipment blouse from Bloomingdale's Santa Monica.
Five standout stylers supplied a week's worth of outfit inspiration. We gave you the breakdown on each look with our styling tips and editors' shopping picks, but now we're turning the tables and asking you for the answers. How well do you remember who they were and what they were all wearing — we're about to find out. Quiz time!