When I heard the Met Gala theme was “Punk: Chaos to Couture”, I was super excited to see fashion’s elite rock tons of Vivienne Westwood, Giles Deacon (Sarah Jessica Parker, you never disappoint) and maybe even an old school Marc Jacobs here or there (Anne Hathaway, you came close with your 1992 Valentino – which everyone is calling vintage – if 1992 is vintage then I’m older than I thought!). Some may say most attendees ended up playing it safe Monday night, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t drool-worthy dresses on the red carpet. Check out my belles of the ball, then see how you can get the look yourself!
Unless you are a friend of the royal family, Race Day may be your only opportunity to wear a grand hat. So, take advantage of the situation to go over the top at your next Triple Crown event! Just remember: Your hat should be the elegant exclamation point to your otherwise classic outfit, so here’s a blue-ribbon look that’ll definitely keep you ahead of the pack.
It seemed like the longest Winter ever, but Spring — and a new season of fun, friend-filled events — is finally here! The big question: What to wear? Don’t let the extended cold spell give you fashion anxiety. Just follow this handy wardrobe guide as a primer for all those exciting, upcoming activities…
From California to Chicago to Tennessee, music's biggest artists will soon be playing weekend-long festivals. And obviously, we can't have you attending the hottest events of the season without packing your weekender full of street style-friendly, yet concert appropiate gear. So, follow this easy guide and get set to head to the show – or at least look like you are!
Even if the March weather isn’t cooperating everywhere, we can still dress like the flowers are in full bloom. Check out the new floral chic – inspired by the latest catwalks – and see how easy it is to work the look IRL (translation: in real life).