Trendy Tuesday…

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Though maxi dresses are always a summer staple, this season there’s a new way to style them by pairing them over a pair of pants or jeans. The dress-over-jeans combo may sound hard to nail, but it’s actually a super easy trend that almost anybody can pull off. For the fresh and chic look, simply find a maxi dress that has buttons all the way down the dress so that the buttons from the waist down can be left open to reveal the denim underneath the dress. Now the dress looks like a maxi top that flows behind you as you walk the streets. Another way to style a maxi dress over jeans is by finding a dress with deep slits on the sides that will give a peek of denim. How would you wear a maxi dress this summer?

 

Photos: Shopbop, Shop Style UK, Who What Wear UK

Winning in Style! The Golden State Warriors Prove Teamwork is Always Cool

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Congrats to our Faves…The Golden State Warriors– for showing how winning is a team sport!

While Kevin Durant proved he was the man of the hour as Finals MVP, it was stars like wonderwiz Steph Curry, and Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Shayn Livingston, and back-ups like David West, Ian Clark and Patrick McCaw who incorporated KC into a tight-knit winning machine that functioned as an “all for one, one for all” juggernaut. Under Steve Kerr’s (and Mike Brown’s) leadership, the Warriors proved that nice guys can be competitive…and come in first. Kings of Cool! We congratulate you!

 

 

Photo: People, Getty Images

Monday Madness…

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Say goodbye to over-the-top dangly earrings, and say hello to sophisticated, and minimalistic drop chains and unique geometric shapes. The traditional hoops are now replaced with a hanging double hoop, and chains are the new chandelier earrings. These new styles can give any casual outfit a chic vibe, and any evening ensemble an elegant look. How would you wear the minimalistic dangly earrings?

 

 

 

Photos: Etsy, Moda Operandi, Forever 21

Fashion Friday…

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According to the denim experts, the biggest trend for fall is the high-waisted, cropped, straight-leg silhouette. Since the cut is very flattering on a lot of body types and it elongates the legs, it is predicted to take the fashion scene by storm. In fact, it already has. Celebrity-favorite denim brands like Mother, Levi’s, and—Khloe Kardashian’s new denim line—Good American, have already been claiming denim as a best seller this season. How would you style the cropped, straight-leg denim?

 

Source: Who What Wear
Photos: Pinterest, Celeb Mafia

Trendy Thursday…

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If you’re a big fan of velvet, then you’ll love the velvet shoe trend! After saying goodbye to velvet blazers and velvet pants from the winter, this shoe trend is the next best thing if you want to incorporate velvet into your wardrobe—while still being appropriate for the season. Brands like Prada, Steve Madden, and Revolve—to name a few—have come out with all sorts of styles, such as velvet platform sandals, velvet slip-ons, and even strapped stilettos for the summer. The velvet sandal is the perfect way to add an unexpected twist to any casual outfit, or it can amp up an evening ensemble for a night out on the town. How would you wear the velvet shoe trend?

 

 

 

 

Photos: Stilo, Pinterest, The Zoe Report

CFDA Awards

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It was a star-studded night at the prestigious CFDA Fashion Awards this year, as funny host—Seth Meyers—honors the best of the best in the fashion industry. Some of the best looks of the night included the infamous model sisters—Bella and Gigi Hadid. Bella stunned in a belted, flare-sleeved, hot pink blazer dress by Off-White and debuted a new hair-do—a blunt short bob with bangs. Gigi had a more muted look in a floor-length ivory dress with a matching silky, ivory duster coat, which are both by The Row. Gigi accessorized the look with a sparkling choker and glittery silver flats by Stuart Weitzman. Another standout look was by fellow model—Hailey Baldwin—who wore a form-fitted white long-sleeved dress with cut-outs by Cushnie et Ochs with an unexpected touch of pink feathers on her strapped heels and a matching furry pink clutch. What was your favorite look from the night?

 

 

 

 

Photos: Hollywood Reporter, People, Got Celeb

Wear-It Wednesday

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What has now been dubbed—“millennial pink”—is picking up steam in the fashion world. This certain shade of pink typically ranges from a light blush to a touch of peach, and it has exploded on the spring and fall runways from brands like Valentino to Prada. Gone are the times when pink is considered frilly and delicate. This new pink movement is now considered chic and fearless, regardless of gender. Some have even ascribed its popularity to the fact that it is an aesthetically pleasing color to see in a social media-driven era–which may explain its name. How do you incorporate the hot color of the moment into your wardrobe?

 

 

 

Photos: Vogue, Popsugar

Monday Madness…

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The maximilist look is still in full swing as more and more bold statement pieces are becoming the top trend items. Fun shades for the summer are sure to have some flair if top brands like Saint Laurent, Gucci, and Dolce & Gabbana are any indicator. Attention-grabbing sunglasses are all the rage this summer with embellished details such as pearls, crystals, and fun shapes like floral or star-shaped gems. How would you wear the statement-shade trend?

 

 

Source: Who What Wear

Photos: Pinterest, Otago Daily Times

Fashion Friday…

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Monochrome colors, such as black and white are increasing with popularity this summer. And though we usually think of black and white as boring, neutral colors, the spring and summer runways have been filled with fun patterns such as polka-dots, gingham checks, and racer car checks that make black and white more fun. The Jacquemus Spring 2017 show, for example, featured a white, oversized, open-front blouse with black polka-dots paired with grey cropped trousers and a straw hat for a playful summer look. At the Tome Spring 2017, one of the monochrome looks included a collared short-sleeved racer check maxi dress with a front tie at the waistline. How would you wear the black and white trend?

 

 

Source: Who What Wear
Photos: Vogue, Trend Anonymous, New York Times

Gucci Resort 2018

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Alessandro Michele had a grand vision for a suitable locale for the Gucci Resort Show: the Parthenon. When that venue didn’t work out, the ever-resourceful designer chose Florence, Italy–the nexus of the artistic flowering of the Renaissance. Gucci models strode across bright yellow flooring, surrounded by ornate, golden-encrusted walls rife with large works of art, in front of celebrities, such as Elton John, Kirsten Dunst, and Jared Leto–to name a few. As expected from Gucci, the collection consisted of many bold colors and patterns, such as a long, mint-green, felt coat on top of a maxi dress–with colorful, geometric and floral patterns. In line with the Renaissance theme, many of the models sported golden wreaths on their heads–to amplify the ornateness. And of course, many of the looks included the classic Gucci logo on tights, socks, pants, coats, and graphic tees–with slogans like “Guccify Yourself.” The fun and playful looks, the admixture of patterns and textures–and the geeky glasses, were nothing short of what we expect from the stellar Gucci brand.

 

 

Source: Vogue
Photos: Vogue

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