Not all of us are genetically blessed with supermodel bone structure like Kate Moss or Gisele Bündchen, but listen, there are ways to master the art of a (really) good photo. One quick way? Posture! Today, our reporters Matthew Rodrigues and Allison McNamara are relaying the best tips and tricks so you won't ever have to hit "delete" or ask for a redo shot. Watch on to hear how to strike the perfect pose! On Allison McNamara: Nicole Miller dress, Luv Aj jewelry, Rag & Bone shoes.
We're taking you to NYC's Denim Therapy, where founder Francine Rabinovich shows us how to hem a pair of jeans. This is (arguably) one of the most important steps when it comes to keeping your jeans in tip-top shape, and in just a few simple steps, you can learn how to do it yourself. Keep watching right here! On Allison McNamara: Topshop blouse, Forever 21 sweater.
To help us get our Spring styling in order, we're looking to Tank editor Caroline Issa — one of our biggest girl crushes — for a lesson in prints. The beauty was recently spotted donning a bright pink hibiscus printed skirt with sharp white separates for a fun yet polished look. For added chic, the editor accessorized with statement pumps and cool aviators. The key takeaway? Temper one bright print with neutral accompaniments for a perfectly balanced play on powerful patterns. Needless to say, we'll be trying out this look once it hits 65 degrees, and you can too. Simply shop our inspired outfit below.
Shop left to right: Zara Cotton Blazer ($129), Mango Openwork Details Sweater ($35, originally $70), Lala Berlin Floral-Print Skirt ($397), ABS by Allen Schwartz Stone Drop Earrings ($65), Ray-Ban Original Aviators ($195), Aldo Filson Pumps ($45, originally $90)
Diane Kruger showed off her styling prowess at The Host's film release celebration in LA, looking nothing short of drop-dead chic in a cropped white Carven top, red leather skirt by Vanessa Bruno, and nude Christian Louboutin pumps. Her color combo — utilized in modern silhouettes — is refreshing, bold, and just what we need to kick-start our Spring styling inspiration. Even better: channeling this same look is supereasy. All you need are a few choice pieces (crop top optional) and a confident attitude. Note: the key to getting this look right is about choosing simple, modern, streamlined silhouettes. See Diane's complete outfit breakdown, then shop our inspired outfits right now.
Whenever Fashion Month winds down, we always find ourselves wishing we could wear our favorite pieces straight from the runway (see: Kate Moss in pretty much everything). Luckily, there are ways to get the most of Fall 2013's biggest trends right now, with just a few minor tweaks and quick styling tips. For instance, Spring's finicky weather still calls for lots of layering, which makes copying Fall runway trends a snap — just stick to multiple lightweight layers and inject pops of color where necessary. We've taken three stellar Fall runway looks and made them wearable for right now. Click through to see and shop them all now.
Don't worry, it's happened to the best of us. You're out for a night with your friends, or headed to work, and tragedy strikes — your high heel breaks! Worry not, we've got the solutions to help you fix it on the spot. Thus, let us introduce to you a few miracle products, including Shoe Goo, E-6000, and Quick Tips! Click "play" to hear how they work — and your heels can thank us later. On Allison McNamara: Zara jacket, Club Monaco blouse.
Blazers aren't anything new or groundbreaking, but sometimes we need a refresher. That being said, today's fashion tip is super easy to execute: don't deny the power of the blazer. Listen up: The key to finding the perfect blazer is all about fit. Depending on how you like to layer, we suggest you find a silhouette that's cut close to your body, making sure the shoulder, arms, and chest areas sit closely to your figure. Now comes the fun part — styling! As seen below, blazers can instantly dress up more casual accompaniments, like denim, or easily take your dressier counterparts to the next level, as displayed by Vogue Australia's Christine Centenera, pictured center. Up your styling ante this Spring, and try a bold-colored blazer or one with a sleek metallic finish, or embrace a bright white option for an instantly chic update. We've supplied the outfit inspiration below, so it's up to you to put your blazer to work.
It's not easy to be a standout in a Fashion Week crowd, but this London showgoer made getting noticed look easy with her cool-girl take on print on print. The key to pulling together Spring florals with an edgier update is in juxtaposing the sweeter patterns against leather, dark shades, and sexy heels. As for the outfit base, this style star married two distinct prints by keeping it all in the same color family and relying on classic silhouettes, like a button-down and an A-line skirt. The resulting look has all the head-turning wow factor you'd want, albeit with the sleekest kind of delivery. Feeling inspired? Step up your own street-style game, and shop our editors' picks below.
Clockwise from top left: 3.1 Phillip Lim Hidden Zipper Henley ($375), Mango Leather Perfecto Jacket ($190), Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer ($150), Zara Geometric Beaded Evening Bag ($90), Seiko Vintage Seiko Roman Numerals Ladies' Leather Band Watch ($215), Essie Fishnet Stockings Nail Polish ($8), Zara Lace-Up Sandals ($129), Tibi Lime Green Silk-Linen Skirt ($290)
As we look forward to sunnier skies in the next few weeks, it's time to reinvent our Spring wardrobe. For a look that will instantly pep up your style repertoire, try pairing sleek tailored trousers (we especially love a white, navy, or bright citrus hue), with a bold, structured, printed top. Not only is this ensemble work-appropriate — especially when paired with sleek slingbacks and a solid blazer — but also, it can easily take you from day to night with just a few sparkly accessories. Like what you see? Shop our three perfect outfits below.
Shop outfits from left to right: 3.1 Phillip Lim embellished top ($525), J.Crew neon yellow curator trousers ($168), The Seller slingback pump ($215), Roberto Cavalli print silk top ($865), Mango tapered suit trousers ($80), Valentino Rockstud slingback pump ($1,395), Topshop jacquard floral top ($84), Zara navy cropped trousers ($60), Manolo Blahnik suede slingback ($625)
We've all fallen victim to a pair of uncomfortable shoes. You know the ones — those sky-high heels that make your legs look amazing, but you can barely make it out the door without getting a blister. . . . Fear not, we've got your shoe solution. Whether it's a matter of breaking in a stiff pair of loafers or avoiding the pains of a very strappy heel, our fashion reporter Allison McNamara, along with host Matthew Rodrigues, are providing you with the best tips and tricks to make even the most uncomfortable shoes, well, comfortable. Trust us, your feet will be thanking you. Keep watching! On Allison McNamara: Joie blouse, Club Monaco jacket.