Friday, March 13
Spring is coming, and sure, we all look forward to the return of leaves on trees and flowers sprouting from the ground, but before we can enjoy the Instagram-worthy scene of nature's awakening, there's a bit of a hitch: rain. And probably a lot of it. Fortunately, British wet-weather standby brand Mackintosh is adding some sunshine to the coming drizzly days by way of its new collaboration with Band of Outsiders' founder and creative director Scott Sternberg. This collection of exclusive men's and women's rainwear brings Band of Outsiders' playful, modern vision to Mackintosh's time-honored product. The women's offerings include two fun designs: The Ladybug Print, which features critters spotted all over Mac's classic khaki-colored backdrop, and Grommets Gone Wild, which reimagines grommets as studs strewn about the coat. The designs are each available in two styles: the traditional mackintosh and the poncho. Ideal as investment pieces, they might just have you hoping for the gloomiest weather.
Thursday, March 12
On cold and snowy winter days who isn't all about staying warm and bundled up in toasty clothes and shoes? One of the trendiest footwear items this winter has been Hunter rain boots. They are stylish, warm, and perfect for long, snowy days. Now that spring is on its way these stylish boots will also carry you through those April showers and beyond. So what's the secret to Hunter boots?
Hunter rubber boots come in tall and short versions and are also available in a wide variety of colors from blue, navy, pink, black, red, and olive to aubergine, green, yellow and white. In recent seasons, Hunter has also updated its look with popular colorblock and snakeskin print options.
For over 150 yrs, Hunters have been proving the footwear for all-season rainy days. Tall Wellington is truly a fashion icon, legendary for its fit, comfort, durability and constantly recognized design. Featuring a quick dry nylon lining and a sturdy grip sole these iconic rain boots are a dependable choice that has place in everyone's wardrobe. Browse the styles below and pick up a pair today so you can stay dry in style year-round.
Wednesday, March 11
Fans of Giuseppe Zanotti's supersexy stompers, rejoice: The Italian shoe label leaves its mark on a sky-high wedge- 6.2 inches, to be exact- carved and gold- trimmed to emulate the brand's signature G.
The signature G#15 heel-less shoe is the first choice for taking your heels to new heights this season. Give wedges the kind of attention they deserve and wear the stacked high soles with a clutch bag and loose oversized top.
You can find this hot wedge at www.giuseppezanottidesign.com in two colors- black and classic white for $1175.
Tuesday, March 10
Calvin Klein Collection
Counting down the days until you can throw that heavy coat into the back of the closet? Me too! And with the official start of spring less than two weeks away now is the perfect time to order yourself a new trench coat. Every woman knows it’s the perfect topper for those unpredictable months between winter and summer, plus all you need is one good one and it will last you years. It's time to cover up in style so I've rounded up the best of the best. From modern, to classic, to statement, here is my ultimate trench coat guide. Get one for yourself today so you can bust it out on the first slightly-less-freezing day of spring!
1) The Classic
Burberry trench coat, $1,695
Tory Burch jacket, $1,295
3) Get Loose
4) Sans SleevesThe trench vest can double as an easy spring topper or be worn as a true dress if all tied up.
Band of Outsiders trench coat, $980
5) Show Some SkinGo for exotic with a snakeskin print trench.
Coach Colorblock Python Short Trench, $428
6) Make a StatementShow some edge in a rocker-chic trench with leather sleeves and embellished collar.
Burberry Brit Cotteon Garabadine Trench, $2,525
Monday, March 9
The snake print trend is slithering its way back into our closets this season thanks to its edgy pattern that takes any outfit to the next level. Want your reptilian fashion fix? Here's how to get it.
|Diane von Furstenberg|
Sunday, March 8