This season colors are making their comeback in a variety of lively hues and must-have pieces. The best thing about fashion is finding that versatile piece that will stay with you from season to season and work with other styles in your closet. My favorite go-to piece this month: The Cobalt Moto Jacket. It’s everything I look for in a layering piece. The moto-inspired design and details are totally on trend and the cropped length makes this jacket perfect for transitioning from winter to warm weather. Find out how I’ve paired this piece below:
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The nominations are in and this Sunday the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards will premiere on NBC, with our imaginary best friends Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Because we know you’re hosting, we’ve got a checklist for all your viewing party needs. Why should the celebs have all the fun? Dressing up for award parties is a fashion tradition and we’ve got a party plan to get you nominated for best hostess! Don’t forget a dress code that will have you and your guests off the fashion police and onto the red carpet.
Ball gowns have never looked better. Award season is here and evening celebrations are in full swing. Take the New Year to the next level in one of these two-piece trends.
One of our favorite trends this holiday season; Red lace paired with gold details!
Blogger, Marija Krosnjar, styled our divine Navy Velvet Gown with a pop of color just in time for her holiday cocktail party.
2015 promises big things and with New Year’s right around the corner we’ve only got a few weeks left to prepare our minds, bodies – and closets – for the excitement. So here are eight ways to step up your style in 2015, our Fashion Resolutions.
From office, to dinner, to out on the town, the wrap dress is all you need to transition your look from one event to the next.
The temperature is dropping and in just a few weeks winter will officially arrive, so it’s time to start thinking about the color of the season. We’ve all heard the old saying, “no white after labor day,” but don’t send your snow white duds south this winter.