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Listen, don't even for a second be sad about how quickly summer comes and goes, because once you flip through this gallery of fall 2021 hair trends, you'll be racing to your salon to switch out that summer hair look of yours. Like, listen, I love long beach waves or braids as much as next person, but the very second the leaves start changing colors, I, too, start thinking about changing my hair color (...and cut and style). You love all the deets on hair trends.
Our editors are obsessed.
As the days get longer, the temperatures slowly begin to rise, and the vaccine rollout steadily continues, we're looking forward to incorporating more outdoor activities into our daily lives - safely, of course. For my foray into the world, my garment of choice is, has, and may very well always be bike shorts. How do I love thee?
Get your books out.
Cool spring outfits from around the world.
Summer is one of the best times of the year, which inevitably makes it one of our favorite times to shop—whether we’re searching for new outdoor furniture, entertainment for the kids or are just treating...
Last year, the hat of the summer was undeniably the bucket hat — and this year, it's the same story.
If you're ready to retire your jeans and sweatsuits, we're right there with you. This spring and summer you can find us rocking the most versatile piece of the season: miniskirts. Not only are they comfy and perfect for hot days, but they're easy to mix and match with just about anything.
A white top is like a sartorial blank canvas. Tuck it into your favorite slip skirt for a refined look, under a check blazer for a work-ready uniform, or pair it with biker shorts for when you're off-duty. Having a versatile piece like a white shirt a wardrobe necessity, so consider each one you buy as an investment.
Here’s how you can revamp your closet so you have more wardrobe options.
We’ve got a thing for spring, and that means we’re stocking up on everything for the warm-weather season. From adorable pool floats and patio furniture (on sale!) from Target to a tabletop-size ICEE machine that’s actually affordable, there are so many unique items you’ll want to add to your cart right now. And while Nordstrom’s […]
After forgoing in-salon manicure and pedicure appointments for a year, it's fair to say that as far as spring 2021 is concerned, nail art, nail color, and nail living is back in full force. During the past year, some of us have embraced and mastered the art of the full-blown at-home manicure, whether it's with good old fashioned lacquer, or slightly more intricate gel nail kits. Others among us have ventured back into the salon—with our vaccination records proudly in our back pocket—ready to see what our favorite nail artists cooked up during quarantine.
"Leggings aren't pants!" we've all heard people cry, but the truth is, that ship has very much sailed. Thanks to the continued popularity of athleisure, this trend is going nowhere, but thankfully, brands like Lululemon and Zella have put a big focus on making quality leggings in fabrics that don't go see-through the moment you bend over.
Now that vaccines are rolling out and places are slowly reopening, I finally have reasons to wear my dressy shoes outside the house. Once it's warm enough to let the toes out, the only thing you'll spot me wearing is a rotation of modern slide sandals, sleek mules, or polished block sandals. If your shoe collection could use a little upgrade, get in on the spring trends I've curated ahead.
Step your footwear game with these editor-approved kicks.
These have all landed on fashion-girl Instagram.
The shoe is super sturdy—the D-ring hooks (read: the metal pieces that secure the laces) help lock your ankle in place for max support—and the thick Vibram sole (considered the gold standard for grip and durability) offers a serious amount of traction on slippery, muddy grounds. The Nubuck material is also waterproof, meaning your feet will stay dry whether you're traversing a river or hot-footing through a torrential downpour. Get it now! If it isn't the hiking boot to launch a thousand hiking boots—for real.
Important: it's only $35.
Nope, it's not baggy jeans.