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  • 3 Interview Looks That Will Land Your Dream Job

    So your resume is updated, polished, and reviewed by your most persnickety friend. After endless follow-up calls and emails, you finally secure the job interview — only to go into your closet and realize you’re working with a hand-me-down pencil skirt and a blouse from your barista days. You might be tempted to make it work, but press those breaks. You have just one try to impress HR, so why go in with something outdated?

  • 3 Cool Brunch Outfits to Wear This Easter

    Traditionally, florals and pastels are the go-to for Easter Sunday wear, but we’re all about taking the road less traveled and trying something new. So, whether you’re brunching with your best friends or hitting the road to visit family, here are three unexpectedly cool outfits to try this Sunday.

  • 3 Ways to Wear an Oversized Floral Dress

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, I’m sure you’ve noticed the resurgence of ‘90s street wear in fashion. Brands like Vetements have taken '90s staples like the oversized floral dress and made them relevant and cool again. Floral patterns can be a bit tricky to wear, but we’ve got 3 ways to wear one of this season’s biggest trends that will look effortless and stylish on just about anyone. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day

  • 3 Ways To Wear Spring’s Coolest Top

    Stripes can be one of the hardest patterns to wear for even the most stylish women. But with brands from Prada to Tommy Hilfiger showcasing stripes in various widths and colors in their Spring 2016 collections, zebra is definitely the way to go. Luckily, stripes are versatile — just one striped sweater can serve as the focal point for outfits that take you from the corporate boardroom to weekends in the park. Ahead, three ways to wear this spring’s coolest top.

  • How to Wear a Puffer Coat Without Looking Like a Marshmellow

    There is nothing worse than getting dressed for winter and feeling like you look 10 pounds heavier (we don’t go to the gym for nothing!). Thankfully layering is not as laborious as it used to be, and technical advancements have allowed for the coveted puffer coat to be a lot sleeker than in years past. 

  • How to Layer When It’s Cold As Hell

    It goes without saying that layering is the key to staying warm during the winter, but how do you do it without looking like you’ve gained 15 lbs? There are a bunch of easy tips and tricks and in this edition of “3 Ways,” stylist Christopher Kim show you how to dress for the office, a night out, and a leisurely weekend while wearing multiple pieces flawlessly. 

  • How to Travel Like a Chic Fashionista

    It’s the winter, and while working away in the office, it’s safe to say that we’re all dreaming about escaping to far-flung destinations whether it be a beach excursion or a ski trip. When traveling, it’s important to be comfortable, but it’s also nice to look like you put a little effort into your ensemble. This is easy to achieve with a few simple steps. Check out this edition of “3 Ways” to find out how you can take your travel look to the next level. 

  • 3 Ways to Rock the Athleisure Trend (No Gym Membership Required!)

    It’s no secret that athleisure — that modern portmanteau dedicated athletic leisurewear — has reached a fever pitch (the word was even entered into the dictionary). In 2004, the Stella McCartney for Adidas line was launched, the first time that workout clothes were given a stylish twist. Nike soon followed suit, doing highly popular collabs with the likes of Pedro Lourenço and Sacai. ...

  • Wear Your Pajamas to the Office — It’s Trendy!

    Think about the most comfortable clothing that you own — pajamas, right? If you’re someone who hates getting dressed in the morning because you don’t want to get out of your nightie, you’re in luck. This edition of “3 Ways” is inspired by the Spring 2016 runways where the designers for Gucci, Etro, Dolce & Gabbana all showed sleepwear-inspired looks.   

  • Style Hack: You Really Want To Stay Warm? Shop Your Closet

    Does the cold give you anxiety? Do you spend your days indoors for fear of bracing the arctic chill? When it snows do you call in sick so you don’t have to face the freeze? If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, don’t fret. You’re not alone. 

  • Do You Own the Coat of the Season?

    The weather outside is frightful, so the best way to fight the cold is to layer like crazy. One of the most transitional pieces that you can own is the sleeveless coat. Wear it under your winter coat with a turtleneck and cropped pants for the office, or in trench form for a business meeting. 

  • It’s True! A Classic White Shirt Doesn’t Have to Be Boring

    The white shirt is one of those classic staples that never goes out of style. It is also a more versatile garment than people realize. You can wear it in a casual fashion with jeans and flats, or easily dress it up by pairing it with tuxedo pants and heels. (Remember Sharon Stone in a white Gap button down and purple silk skirt at the 1998 Oscars? It was pure perfection!) 

  • 3 Ways To Wear Powerful Prints

    Now that we’ve all survived the glitz and glimmer of the holidays, it’s time to think of fun ways to liven up our wardrobes during the winter months. An easy way to do that is by experimenting with prints. There are many ways to go about this as evidenced by this edition of “3 Ways,” which was styled by Christopher Kim. 

  • 3 Sequined Looks For Shimmying the Night Away

    We’ve turned the Christmas corner and are now heading toward the home stretch — New Year’s Eve! There is much to celebrate this year, so why not go all out looking your best sparkly self? In this edition of “3 Ways,” stylist Derek Nguyen shows you why sequins are always a good option to add an extra bit of oomph to your ensemble, and how they work for everybody, no matter what shape or size.

  • How to Look Va Va Voom In Velvet For the Holidays & Beyond

    One of the most luxurious fabrics to wear in the winter, velvet can keep you warm and cozy while still looking fabulous. Designers have long favored the plush material for festive-colored blazers in shades of crimson or forest green, slimming black trousers, and holiday dresses. 

  • How to Dress Up Your LBD for NYE

    Not sure what to wear this New Year’s Eve? Then it’s time to break out your best holiday staple, the trusty little black dress. Here are three ways to dress up the classic piece at every price point. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day

  • Shine Bright Like a Diamond: 3 Ways To Wear Metallics

    Christmas is mere days away and New Year’s Eve is on the horizon, has there been a better time to shine? We think not. Here, stylist Chris Kim shows you how easy it is to do, too, just by incorporating a few key metallic pieces to your wardrobe. 

  • This 1 Jacket Will Make Getting Dressed So Much Easier

    It’s only a matter of days—hours?—until we see little Saint West running around town in a teeny tiny bomber jacket (we’re putting our money on a Saint Laurent collection to rival his sister’s closet full of Balmain blazers). Previously reserved for fighter pilots and grandpas, the rounded, often cropped shape is as versatile as your favorite leather jacket, but much less expected.

  • Three Ways to Wear This Season's Sexiest Silhouette

    In Spring 1994, Calvin Klein sent his models down the runway wearing minimalist slip dresses, layered both over shirts and under robe coats, and worn with black brogues. That single styling choice forever changed the way we think of a slinky silhouette we once associated with swanky cocktail parties.

  • How to Modernize a Victorian Blouse

    Fortunately there are plenty to choose from thanks to designers such as Altuzarra, Gucci, and Alexander McQueen. “I think it’s best if you team it with denim or leather,” says stylist Emily Barnes who savvily dressed model Cameron Russell in a black lace Altuzarra top and Baldwin denim pencil skirt for the recent CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.

  • 3 Easy Ways to Transition Your Culottes From Summer to Fall (& Winter!)

    Did you finally figure out how to wear culottes this summer? It was the first challenge we posed to our in-house stylist Chris Kim for our new video series, Three Ways.

  • Pinstripes Are Cool Again—Seriously. Here’s How to Wear Them

    When I think of pinstripes, three things come to mind: 1920s gangsters, boxy ‘80s power suits, and overall executive realness. But recently, the pinstripe has gotten a facelift. See Kendall Jenner, who was just seen out in Paris with pal Cara Delevingne, sporting a midriff-baring pinstripe jumpsuit by Alessandra Rich—the same style Chrissy Teigen was seen wearing in August. They were seen throughout the fall collections, too, as reinterpreted by mega designers like Versace and Jenner/Kardashian family favorite, Balmain.

  • Neckerchiefs Are In—Seriously—Here’s How to Wear One

    After three consecutive weeks of shows, editors and the like are getting ready to touch down in Paris for the last and final stop of the Spring/Summer 2016 collections. Those who have been on the road the whole time are surely running low on outfits, so it’s time for some creative accessorizing.