Dress to impress
Feel free to try them!
Not just a spring trend..it’s winter-ish to!
This year, the playful print came back in a major way, showing up on the runways of major designers from Balenciaga to Jacquemus. But while a simple black-and-white motif was the standout way to wear them, it turns out there are lots of polka-dot outfits to try.
The fashion influencers say YES to this trend
A resurrected ’80s trend, stirrup pants are equal parts punchy and practical. We can honestly say that if you wear them with pointed heels, it gives you a leg lengthening effect. If your cause is to draw a little more attention, then wear them with the brightest colors.
The chenille cozy sweater
We still love velvet, but we can all agree it’s been going on for a while. Try switching things up a bit by opting for a solid throwback ’90s look. These soft pieces have returned in force and we feel cozy when we wear them. Sweaters, skirts, hats, gloves and scarves.
Blake and Ryan did it again!
The impressive Hollywood material girl always makes a statement with her looks. Blake just appeared on Good Morning America in not one, but two seriously killer outfits, arriving at the show in a yellow top and trouser set by Brandon Maxwell and departing in a sequin-bedecked black and white gown by Oscar de la Renta. We just loved the sequin jersey top she wore while she was escorted by her hubby.
Volume and ruffles play with our minds
Since the statement sleeves entered our fashionable lives, they’ve changed quite a lot. From just being sleeves of volume, bell or trumpet they are now also trending as ruffles and in length. As statement sleeves centers the focus to the upper part so try to play it simple down there, with simple pants or a pencil skirt and for a 70s look with a flared jean.