In a pretty modest salute to the season, this styler makes use of tweedy texture and a two-toned color palette to draw us in — and it worked like a charm. Thanks to a sophisticated topper and cool-girl Winter add-ons, she has our undivided attention (and may just inspire a few copycats). She keeps her silhouette simple, but hones in on a rich seasonal color contrast with shades of hunter green and burgundy, then reiterates the hues again with fashionable — and functional — accessories, like a great infinity scarf, tote, and a fedora to top it all off. No bells, whistles, or tricks here; just classical pieces, thoughtfully thrown together. Shop the head-to-toe look right here.
Shop clockwise from top left: Barbour Olive Wide Brim Fedora ($66, originally $95), Nine West Women's Rib Infinity Scarf ($46, originally $58), Max Studio Long Leather Gloves ($98), Cheap Monday High Waisted Skinny Jeans ($74), Tommy Hilfiger Tabitha Booties ($70, originally $129), Alexander Wang Emile Tote ($995), Vanessa Bruno Bordeaux Multi-Colored Long Wool Coat ($452, originally $905)
Source: Adam Katz Sinding
Layering your Winter clothes — without adding bulk — can be one of the biggest styling challenges during the cold-weather season. But when the temperatures drop, there's no other way to stay seriously warm than to pile it on. That's why we're showing you five ways to layer like a pro. We guarantee you'll look sleek and chic — without ever sacrificing heat!
Once you've secured your Valentine's Day plans, it's all about figuring out what to wear. So whether you're celebrating the big day with a sweet, low-key dinner at home, doing it up big with your beau, or hitting the town with a group of girlfriends, we've got a look that will make it a night to remember (cross our hearts!). Click through to see and shop five chic, budget-friendly V-Day ensembles — all under $150!
Believe it or not, New York Fashion Week is about a week away! That said, we're in a mad scramble to look our best — without blowing our budget. Whether you plan on attending the shows or are just looking to add a pop of interest to your cold-weather getup, we've culled 13 stunning pieces sure to elicit some enviable stares (and maybe even get you snapped!). It's all about punchy colors, patterns, and cool silhouettes, like Dr. Martens' cheery yellow oxfords and J.W. Anderson's quilted printed pencil skirt — and who can resist a stunning statement clutch? Peep the slideshow to shop all these irresistible pieces — plus more — for $99 or less!
Valentine's Day (just in case you haven't been counting) is only 19 days away, which means you've got just a couple of weeks to nail down your perfect outfit. In our world, that means we're already scouring the racks to come up with the sweetest, prettiest, and, well, sexiest dresses to ensure we're appropriately outfitted for the festivities (even if that means hanging at home with our girlfriends and a bottle of wine). If you've got a big date in the works, look no further. This selection is stocked with dresses guaranteed to drop jaws and turn heads, and if you're looking for something a little more modest, we've also included a range of fit-and-flares and adorable prints. In short, no matter what Valentine's Day means for you, there's a dress here for every girl and every kind of celebration — the kind you'll wear well after Feb. 14, too.
Instead of replacing those tired black heels at the back of your closet, we're updating them with a little inspiration from Prada. In today's DIY, Fashion Reporter Allison McNamara is teaching you how to create your very own pair of beaded, designer-inspired heels. Just watch to see how it's done! On Allison McNamara: Club Monaco top, Hale Bob vest, House of Lavande bracelet.
The Sundance Film Festival shows no signs of slowing on the Winter style front, as celebrities continue to flock to Park City, UT, to showcase their latest projects. With the freezing-cold temperatures in mind, celebs have skipped their usual dress routines for something a little more covered up — but just as cool. Costars Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen induced major coat envy working different, but equally chic toppers, over their black-and-white pairings, while trendsetters like Jessica Alba, Kate Bosworth, and Naomi Watts showcased note-worthy looks of their own. As for the rest, it was a perfect mix of cable-knit staples, vintage-inspired denim, and cool-girl boots — in short, Winter pieces that prove that bundling up doesn't have to mean covering up great style. Click on to see even more of Sundance's most stylish celeb appearances — and come back often for updates!
— Additional reporting by Marisa Tom, Hannah Weil, and Mandi Villa
Because the weather outside is truly a little frightful, we've culled a delightfully cozy set of earmuffs, gloves, and scarves to ward off the Winter chill. We know looking cute in the cold can often be a challenge, but with these chic Winter add-ons, you can jazz up even the most bundled-up ensembles. So sit back, relax (grab a hot cocoa!), and watch now to see our favorite fashionable and functional accessories!
With temperatures like this (read: below 20 degrees here in NYC), a jacket with some serious insulation is not optional. That said, puffer jackets aren't typically the most fashion-friendly pieces in our wardrobe, often evoking images of our less-than-flattering collegiate Winter style (or even more unflattering comparisons to the Abominable Snowman) — but we've made it our mission to change all that. With five style-savvy and Winter-ready ensembles, we're out to challenge any preconceived notions about the puffer. It's all about seeing this cold-weather gear with a fresh set of eyes and a heavy dose of this season's trends. Click on for a little style how-to that's all about giving your puffy coats and padded vests a fashion-approved upgrade.