Only picking up one pair of boots this Fall, but need to make them work with multiple options? Tess Christine to your rescue! Get her styling tips on how to make the most of your Fall booties. And make sure to check out more of our POPSUGAR Girls' Guide videos on YouTube for more great style inspiration.
We all love a new pair of shoes or a beautiful, of-the-moment handbag; but, sometimes, it’s those one-of-a-kind pieces that really make an outfit pop. Vintage shopping can definitely be a challenge — finding those special treasures can take a lot of time and energy. Plus, figuring out where to look can be equally hard! So, we asked a few of our favorite vintage aficionados to give us their shopping tips and tricks! From the best pieces to shop for vintage to the things you need to check out before you buy, we’ve got everything you need to know for your next vintage shopping adventure!
Looking to add a bit of sex appeal to your look this season? We're all about a good slit. And contrary to popular belief, there are ways to wear one without looking too Jessica Rabbit. Leg-baring slits gained popularity in the 1970s — designers like Halston, Ossie Clark, and Givenchy celebrated the female form by cutting out a sliver of fabric, letting the wearer show a little gam while still leaving a bit to the imagination. This season, we saw slits being shown on the runways by Jason Wu, Altuzarra, Salvatore Ferragamo, and more — what's interesting is that it can be an incredibly saucy look, but it can also be a subtly sexy one with a lot of polish, depending on how you style it. With that in mind, we created five outfits for a range of occasions, from the workplace to a hot date. Click through to see our looks.
It may be the most understated piece in your closet, and certainly not the most exciting. However, the white tee is invaluable when you need a dose of clean, casual simplicity. You may bemoan the fact that the tee seems so boring, but we're about to show you why your tee deserves a big hug (or a more prominent place in the Summer wardrobe rotation). First of all, you should have a long-sleeved tee, a short sleeve, a crew neck, and a scoop neck. Beyond that, you could get really fancy and get a classic cotton tee, a sheer tee, a slub tee . . . but let's just focus on what you have. Click our slideshow as we highlight the fresh ways the white tee is being used on fashion runways, by celebrities, and fashion insiders alike.