Shopping clothes for him can be a conundrum: You’re torn between the pieces you love and the styles he’ll wear. Lucky for you, we’ve been there—so came up with this head-to-toe look that’s the best of both worlds. (You’re welcome!)
Trendsetters or ahead of their time? You decide! Kourtney and Khloé call out their fave trends of the season, and flashback to how they wore the same looks years ago. See leopard print, the LRD and more in their latest Kollection and pics from their family albums.
One of the greatest perks of being a Shop Your Way member? Getting to shop the Black Friday deals early. This year, the deals were amazing! I shopped for five people, all for under $100. See what I bought.
“Studs are huge right now,” says blogger Jillian Warner. “And, while I think it’s a fun trend to embrace, it’s not one I’ll invest in.” Instead? She gets the look for less by adding her own studs to affordable styles. We’ve got her how-to.
With our fall/winter wardrobes finally built out to the nines, we are happily shifting our attention to an altogether-unique category: holiday dressing. This week, all week, look for our merry-and-bright picks for every end-of-year celebration.
Think glitz only works post-7pm? Think again! This season, there’s a high-shine style for every time and setting—even the office. Indeed, we are endorsing sequins for day—that is, if you know how to style them right. We’ve got your go-to guide.
Holiday calendar filling up like crazy? Don’t worry—you’ll fit it all in, with style. Just check out our guide to the best looks for every invite, then hit the stores while you still have seconds to spare.
Still putting the finishing touches on our “perfect” fall wardrobe, we decided to get in touch with one of our fave experts on the subject: Jyoti Rathi, the New York-based trendsetter behind the oft-clicked blog, Style Delights.
We love a little (okay, a lot of) bling around the collar. Case in point: Our new sweater collection. At the core are all the makings of go-to fall knits. The icing? Add-on, jeweled-to-the-max collars.
This season, we’re rooting for the varsity jacket, for him and for her. It’s a fresh alternative to a denim or leather jacket, and so easy to wear. (Just add jeans and a tee!) Love the look? Take your pick from our team of all-star styles.
Ever since we first saw it, we’ve had the soundtrack in our head—and have been itching to get into a fitting room to try on all the new jeans. Of course, we’re talking about our latest, The Jean Scene commercial.
The easiest way to update your wardrobe? Upgrade your denim. Go for tuxedo- and moto-inspired skinnies or jeans in the latest prints and washes (think stone gray and rich indigo). We’ve got your guide to the best of what’s new.
It never goes out of style, it works day and night and it can “make” any look? There’s a reason the leather jacket is oh-so iconic, and why we’ve made it a must every fall. This year? We're getting the look for less.
We know that great style comes in all shapes, so we were stoked to find that the most popular fall trends (finally!) come in plus sizes. Among our favorites? Faux leather, edgy embellishments and military inspiration.
We get the most wearable style inspiration from the streets of our hometown and all the cities we frequent. So, for this week’s issue, we decided to bring you a look at some of the standout passers-by who recently caught our eye.
Not only does Denim DMM Jenn Burrell spend her days with denim that has yet to hit stores, but she is the ultimate authority on what makes it to the racks. Consumed with prepping our closet for fall, we tracked her down—and got all the deets on the latest, obsess-worthy jeans.
We hit the streets in cities across the country to see how stylish locals are wearing denim right now. The result? Tons of pics of totally-individual looks that are easy to copy. These are two of our favorites.
A trendy combo that will work for seasons? Denim paired with pieces in just-as-classic tan or gold. To get it right, add these accessories to your collection—and throw them on (one at a time, or three!) with all of your denim-heavy looks.
Gone are the days of avoiding doubled-up denim at all costs. The former faux pas is a major trend, and it's one of our favorites. (We can't get enough!) Wondering what works? Check out our surefire steps to a denim-on-denim “do.”
We love our denim jacket for the same reasons we love blue jeans: It never goes out of style, and it works every time. We wear it from our desk to date night, and everywhere in between. We'll show you how.
An at-ease look that commands attention? Finally, a trend that matches our style to a T. Found in several fall collections and every department we shop, army-inspired camo only has only recently blown up—but it’s already the hero of our wardrobe rotation.
A head-to-toe outfit for under $100 is one thing, but—an under-$100 look made up of five hot trends you can wear every which way throughout the season? That’s another story. This BONGO look is all that, and more.
Back-to-school prep can be a project in itself—unless you know how to work it right. The key? Stick to new takes on the wear-with-all styles that make the grade fall after fall. We’ve got ‘em all (and they’re on sale!).
Forget about separate, seasonal wardrobes, and make the most of what you've got. The secret? Stick to affordable pieces you can mix, match, pile on and peel off all year-round. We’ve got your inspiration.
We invited fashion blogger Flor de Maria Rivera to our Fall 2013 trend preview in New York. Watch her video recap for the styles she saw, the looks she loved and tips on wearing them all to perfection.
The little white dress is summer’s answer to the LBD, and—thanks to all the new styles—it’s among the season’s musts. Love the look? Just take your pick—and wear it through Labor Day, whatever your plans. We’ll show you show.
Crisp white is clearly the neutral of the season. We're seeing white totes, white skinnies, white dresses and more in shapes that will pair with everything, in every shade under the sun. Love the look? Get it now, starting with our editor’s picks.