Take a walk on the wild side this Fall in bold over-the-knee boots. Not just for the daring at heart, our editors' picks feature a wide range of styles and heel heights, from equestrian-chic silhouettes from Frye and Chinese Laundry to edgier options from 3.1 Phillip Lim and Derek Lam. Wear them over skinny jeans and a peacoat for a classic appeal, or pair them with a leather miniskirt and chunky cable-knit sweater for instant edge.
Look forward to "casual Fridays" at the office with our style guide highlighting relaxed yet professional pieces for your 9-to-5. Pair J.Crew's classic cardigans with Gap's clean-cut jeans and oxford flats for a classic preppy ensemble. For a cozier look, wear Uniqlo's textural knit tops with colored pants and ankle boots for the ultimate Fall feel. Ready to work it? Check out all our picks featuring popular brands like Madewell, Zara, and 3.1 Phillip Lim.
The sweatshirt has moved from ratty weekend staple to something a bit more commanding. With a whole host of designer versions, it's totally possible (and pretty acceptable) to wear yours somewhere a bit fancier than the couch. Whether you're into minis and ankle boots or a pencil skirt and pointed toes, there's a way for you to rock the look.
Shop outfits left to right: 3.1 Phillip Lim sweatshirt ($575), Tibi jacquard skirt ($285), B Brian Atwood booties ($495); DKNY bead-embellished sweatshirt ($235), J.Crew Collection miniskirt ($180), Nine West pumps ($79); Textile Elizabeth and James sweatshirt ($145), Topshop faux-leather skirt ($90), Valentino studded ballerina flats ($975)
The names on the winners list for tonight's Accessories Council Excellence Awards shouldn't come as too much of a shock — stars like Olivia Palermo and Phillip Lim have been having a very big year, after all. Still, we're excited to celebrate with the Accessories Council and all the big prize holders at tonight's 17th annual ACE Fashion Awards at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City. See who made the list here!
Every week, we bring you the best shoppable fashion and lifestyle stories from the editors at InStyle.com, including this post about Phillip Lim's reaction to his Target collection.
It's no secret that the 3.1 Phillip Lim collection for Target was one of the most buzzed-about collaborations in the retailer's recent history, with fans everywhere lining up as early as 4 AM to get their hands on the covetable items. A video of customers throwing down to snatch up their own satchel began making its rounds on YouTube, and at The Fashion Group International Night of Stars in New York City, we spoke to the designer to find out if he expected such a reaction. As it turns out, he was just as surprised as everyone else! "I saw the video! Truly, I have no words. I think that when you make something, you want to bring out the best in people, but seeing the video, I was like 'Oh my gosh, the worst came out in people instead,'" Lim joked. "I'm so happy it was well-received, but I didn't expect the frenzy. But maybe I'm just old-fashioned!" Unless you're an avid eBay-er, you may have missed your chance to grab a tote of your own, but the rest of Lim's line is still available for purchase — meaning you won't have to elbow anyone to get your hands on the designer's printed dresses.
There's no denying the fact that Diane Kruger is always on top of her style game. The Hollywood darling has captured our eye with her polished-cool je ne sais quoi and an enviable wardrobe that includes brands like Chanel, Jason Wu, and 3.1 Phillip Lim. But it's not just about high-fashion brands; the actress also favors cheap and chic retailers like Urban Outfitters and Topshop. Slip on the stripes, crop tops, and fedoras with our Diane-inspired editors' picks.
The day we've been waiting for has finally arrived! It's time to shop — both in-store and online — one of the most anticipated Target collaborations yet: 3.1 Phillip Lim. Have yet to decide on your shopping strategy? Not to worry: you can see each and every piece here.
Most of the items fall between $20 and $75, with bags for both men and women priced under $60. Leather jackets for men and women are around $300. Best of luck! We have a feeling it'll sell out fast.