Bianca Nieves

    Bianca Nieves

  • Shop the fall neon trend that Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, and J.Lo all love

    Kim Kardashian and Blake Lively are just two celebrities who are rocking the brightly hued fashion trend.

  • Would you wear Nike's new fanny pack sandals?

    Nike has apparently put two of the ultimate summer staples together, creating the most functional — or questionable — item of the season.

  • Nike just made sandals with a mini bum bag attached to them

    Nike has apparently put two of the ultimate summer staples together, creating the most functional — or questionable — item of the season.

  • Shop the affordable fashion label Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber both love

    Australian brand I.AM.GIA made its first runway appearance on Wednesday at Fashion Week Australia. Here are some of its affordable looks.

  • Balenciaga is now selling $235 alphabet magnet earrings

    Balenciaga has taken a past favorite (ranging from roughly $7 to $13 on Amazon) and given it the fashion treatment — as well as an unbelievable price point.

  • How to dress for spring, according to your zodiac sign

    Whether you’re a fire, air, earth, or water sign — and even if astrology isn’t your thing — choosing a wardrobe that reflects your personality can help you feel more confident and comfortable in your own skin.

  • See-through pants are back — and they're still bizarre

    Would you dare slip on these pink see-through pants from Topshop for spring?

  • Would you carry spring's trendy 'grocery' bags?

    Last spring, it was all about net and mesh bags. But for this upcoming season, clear PVC "grocery"-style handbags are here to complete the trifecta of bag transparency.

  • 15 ribbon fashion items that don't scream 'elementary school'

    If anyone can make us seriously reconsider a trend, it’s Millie Bobby Brown. Plus, at this year’s SAG Awards, she rocked not only Converse, but also two buns with black ribbons. Sure, this accessory can easily remind us of our arts-and-crafts years in elementary school, but one can’t deny its ability to transform a look.

  • 30 swimsuits that make us wish it was summer already

    If you haven’t been counting, here’s a heads-up: There are 31 days left until spring. We’re already looking forward to warmer weather and have planned what our “out of office email” is going to say — and we have no shame.

  • Clothes for dogs are cute. Year of the Dog-themed clothes for humans are better.

    Chinese New Year is on Friday and this year it’s all about man’s (and woman’s) best friend: the dog. For example, canines got the Gucci treatment with a line including shoes, handbags, wallets, backpacks, sweaters, denim shorts, hoodies, bomber jackets, scarves, and jewelry all using the same dog print made by the artist Helen Downie and inspired by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michelle’s own two Boston Terriers. When it comes to kicks, both Adidas and Vans launched their own styles commemorating the holiday. Vans teamed up with SANKUANZ for a footwear and apparel collection that highlights the brand’s rebellious ethos and revolves around a “mad dog” theme. And adidas released an exclusive Ultraboost pair of sneakers which features a black and red color way.

  • 12 small-framed sunnies inspired by Alexander Wang x Gentle Monster collaboration

    This barely-there accessory has been stripped from its sun-protecting purpose, but boy, can they complete any look.

  • 11 animal-friendly bags inspired by the Kooples x PETA collab

    Here are our picks of the best leather-free and fashion-forward bags worth adding to your closet.

  • The utilitarian trend that complements the tiny bag trend

    Fashion and function haven’t always seen eye-to-eye. Yes, we have all been guilty of sacrificing convenience and practicality for the sake of pulling off a look. And we could state all of the questionable trend bandwagons we have jumped on. But this summer, it’s all about the tiny it bag. Mansur Gavriel has pioneered this trend with its baby bucket bag, as well as Instagram’s favorite bag line, Kara, that has perfected their oh-so-small, but aesthetically pleasing purses. However, it wasn’t until Rihanna stepped out with her miniature Simone Porte Jacquemus bag that we were convinced. As the meme says, it’s ugly (or impractical) until Rihanna decides it’s not. And to our delight, with the appearance of this impractical trend comes its practical counterpart: clothes with multi-pockets.In Valentino’s, Prada’s and Sportmax’s SS’18 ready-to-wear collections, pockets have gone from their usual subtle and understated ways to center stage. Whether they’re placed on relaxed shapes or streamlined structures, this new utilitarian aesthetic approach to uniform dressing is ever so appropriate for the multi-tasking women of today. Proving that sometimes, when it comes to purses, bigger isn’t better, and when it comes to pockets, more is better.So, ahead find 13 utilitarian inspired items with pockets that will fit your new phone and that will go with that tiny bag you didn’t know you needed.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Chelsea wears a hashtag necklace with a hidden meaning  • Kim Jones leaves Louis Vuitton. Here’s a look back at his best fashion looks.  • Lupita Nyong’o cuts her own braids, and the internet is freaking out Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Follow These 10 Instagram Accounts to Make Yourself Instantly Cooler

    For style bloggers, Instagram is back-burnering blogs, and a new crop are exclusively on ’gram. Here are 10 to provide your daily fix of #OOTD inspiration.

  • How to Style Winter’s Trickiest Trend: The Puffer Coat

    Puffer coats and jackets have gone from that dorky garment you wouldn’t be caught dead wearing to "it" trend in an instant. Not only have they been seen throughout various collections over the years, but the style has now taken over the streets as the ultimate and practical winter layer.

  • The Tiny Trend That’s Taking Over Your Instagram Feed

    If you scroll through your Instagram feed too fast you’ll probably miss it, but what began as an understated detail has now infiltrated almost all your favorite curated squares. We’re talking about O-rings — the minimal, circular hardware that’s popping up on everything from zippers and jewelry to bags and belts.