No closet is complete without nude pumps, and if you're still looking for the perfect pair, then zoom in on our editors' favorites — all under $150! Not only do nude shoes instantly elongate your legs, but also, the neutral hue acts as the ideal counterpart to bold prints and colors. Or choose a pair with a modest heel, and make them your chic go-to work shoes. The possibilities are endless, and so are our picks from trendy brands like Pour La Victoire, Steven, and BCBG Max Azria.
With styles ranging from smart loafers to classic ballet flats, it's easier than ever to to feel chic and comfortable this season. Add a pep in your step with our supreme picks — all priced under $150! — from popular shoe brands like Dolce Vita, Steve Madden, Jeffrey Campbell, and Sam Edelman. Pair metallic oxfords with jeans, a silk collared blouse, and a blazer for a new take on preppy, or channel the '60s in a sweet shift dress and bold leopard-print flats.
Looking good doesn't have to cost a lot. Spruce up your shoe game in buckled boots this season — for under $150. The latest cuts from brands like Vince Camuto, Dolce Vita, and Sam Edelman feature styles ranging from moto booties to sleeker silhouettes. Wear Ralph Lauren's refined chain-embellished pair with a full skirt and blazer for an autumnal office ensemble. Come weekend, rock out in Steve Madden's studded biker boots, skinny jeans, and a plaid shirt.
Styling your printed pants might be easier than you might think, as exemplified by brunette beauty Jordana Brewster. The actress headed into the VH1 studios in NYC yesterday looking effortlessly polished in a pair of black-and-white floral trousers tempered with a black long-sleeved top — easy, right? It's all about balancing out a bold print with more neutral accompaniments, which Jordana shows here, but notice how she took her styling skills up a notch with a pair of pink printed ankle-strap pumps for an extra-sassy Spring touch. Finish off the look with a gray shoulder bag, and you're set for your next casual workday or relaxed evening outing. Simply shop our editors' picks below to channel Jordana's effortless take on printed pants.
We can't wait to shed all of our heavy Winter coats for lighter fare, and with warmer temps within reach, we're looking to update our wardrobe with the perfect Spring jacket. Our favorite styles this season range from chic trench coats — perfect for wearing with just about anything — to sportier renditions, like 3.1 Phillip Lim's gorgeous silk-embroidered bomber. To help you get on the right Spring track, we've handpicked 11 irresistible options (at all price points) for you to shop right now.
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When it comes to downtown-approved, accessibly-priced offerings for all seasons, Nasty Gal's always had our back—and now, the e-tailer's taking on the beach. Inspired by '90s surf gear, Sophia Amoruso's store's Spring 2013 lookbook introduces something entirely new into the Nasty Gal mix: swimwear. Styled alongside neoprene moto jackets and flare-skirted, zip-front scuba dresses, the images feature the brand's all-new cutout maillots, while this morning's press release promises will "elicit out-of-the-ordinary tan lines." We can't wait to take 'em for a spin come summer.
Click over to Lucky to peep Nasty Gal's Spring 2013 lookbook, pieces from which are now available to purchase at Nastygal.com.
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We're all for wearing even our most summery of dresses come Winter, but it can be a tricky seasonal balance to strike. The key to getting this look right? It's all about layering, and we're showing you how to do so — like a pro. Simply pair a silky printed shirt dress (we prefer the kind that hits around the knee area) with a fur jacket and ankle boots for a look that's as cool as it is cozy. Here's a tip: when shopping for the perfect furry coat, make sure the silhouette hits you right around — or a little higher than — the waist to avoid extra bulkiness. The result? A highly textural cold-weather getup that's high on style points and might possibly get you snapped on the streets during New York Fashion Week if you just so happen to be in NYC. Shop our three mapped-out outfits below, and, of course, don't forget to don a pair of lined tights for extra insulation!From left to right: Mulberry Wild Lamb Fur Cropped Jacket ($1,227, originally $2,045), Topshop Letter Print Shirt Dress ($100), ASOS Altitude Leather Jodhpur Ankle Boots ($96), Velvet Alana Coat ($110, originally 275), 3.1 Phillip Lim Floral Shirt Dress ($750), Acne Pistol Boot ($399, originally $570), Muubaa Shearling Biker Jacket ($749, originally $1,071), Mara Hoffman Printed Crepe Shirt Dress ($204, originally $370), Nasty Gal Boyfriend Ankle Boot ($178)