The Dolls Kill online retailer says its customers like to test boundaries. One offering on the site does the same, and it stirred up a sarcastic response.
The boots, the mirror, the ultra chic bedroom — we don’t what to look at first in Kendall Jenner’s latest Instagram pic.
The most-coveted boots for fall are none other than Saint Laurent‘s sparkling, rhinestone-covered, glitter-tastic boots from its fall 2017 show.
We bought you the fashion trends to know for fall 2017 from the four fashion cities, and if that was not enough, then here come the top 10 accessory trends you should know come September. Will the interchangeable guitar strap bags still be relevant? Do we keep those tropically inspired heels or architecturally sculpted boots? Are we still stacking our jewelry or do we stick to classic shapes? However, I must emphasize that this is a trends guide, not a must-have, so do not fret if none of these accessories work for you. ...
Tiffany Trump wore boots from London-based designer Aruna Seth. For her custom, double-breasted white coat, she went with the Chinese designer Taoray Wang. A pair of booties from Aruna Seth, a London-based brand that built a majority of its business in the Middle East.
Now that you've stocked up on your winter accessories, do you have the right winter boots in your closet? We took the liberty of rounding up the season’s best boots for all styles and shapes.
Trends fluctuate often in the fashion industry; the season’s hottest accessory can easily become passé as soon as something new comes along. However, over-the-knee boots have managed to stay at the top of must-have lists for years — especially Stuart Weitzman’s highstreet, highland, and highlegs boots. Celebrities and models alike are often spotted in these $798 boots that feature a 3.5″ heel and a thigh-high silhouette. The boots, have remained popular with fashion’s ‘It crowd’ year after year, are available in a wide range of shades and come in suede, leather — which retails for $875 — and velvet.
If you’ve never read Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s books before, chances are you heard her as a sound bite on Beyoncé’s ‘***Flawless.’ As well as a brilliant novelist, the Nigerian writer is also known for her thought-provoking lectures on culture and feminism.
We interview Allison Gettings, fourth generation of the family that owns Red Wing Shoes, as she introduces the company’s first-ever Women’s Heritage collection.
The hottest boots are already in stores, and our favorites are in rich suede and decadent velvet — and there’s only a small window for us to show them off before dreaded winter is upon us.
Stuart Weitzman has nailed its fall 2016 campaign with a one-two punch, thanks to fashion phenom Gigi Hadid, whose real-life boxing workouts inspired the dynamic, athletic poses in upcoming ads for the company’s new line of boots and shoes.
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A few years ago, as Jeremy Scott gifted the world with the hybrid shoe no one ever wanted or needed: a cowboy boot sneaker. When the style made its grand debut in 2012, the $300 Jeremy Scott Mega Soft Cell Boot was mercilessly mocked on the Internet.
Come one, come all, the new shoe for spring is here! Thanks to designers like Céline, white boots are the must-have shoe for the season. The trend started bubbling up on the runways last season, and now brands from Rag & Bone to Dion Lee have jumped on the bandwagon with their own versions of the mod-ish kicks. Of course, there’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars on the shoe that (let’s be real) will be scuffed the first time you wear them n the subway Ahead, we found 7 ways to wear the trend for under $150.
Over-the-knee boots have shaken up stereotypes throughout their history, most recently reshaping silhouettes with the latest celebrity-approved styling trick, lampshading. The boots might conjure associations as diverse as Puss in Boots and Beyoncé, but the elongated style has a vast (15th century, NBD) and interesting history. Ahead, a brief history of OTK boots — just in case you’re looking for styling inspiration that doesn’t include resembling your fave light source. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
While temperatures plummet on the East Coast, El Niño is wreaking havoc on the West Coat. After you ditch your galoshes, treat yourself to some fanciful footwear. These 13 kickass boots are an easy and colorful way to transform your outfit from drab to fab. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
Senior beauty editor Joanna Douglas picks out the best budget-friendly mascaras. (Photo: Henry Leutwyler) As a beauty editor there is one question I’m asked the most — by friends and strangers alike: “What’s the best drugstore mascara?” One of the potentially germiest beauty products, it’s best to toss mascara after six months, so shelling out on pricey designer wands isn’t ideal for everyone. Seeking glam, amped up lashes from an affordable tube?
Thigh-high boots have come a long way since Julia Roberts circa Pretty Woman—all the way to the Dior runway, in fact. Once reserved for Halloween costumes, this season they represent the height of chic. Celebrities like Gigi Hadid and Rihanna have proven just how versatile the traditionally sexy silhouette can be, wearing them at airports, fashion shows, and red carpets, with everything from skinny jeans and slouchy sweaters to itty bitty dresses. We’ve shown you which to buy, and even suggested some styling tips, but here’s how your favorite style stars wear them in real life.
Millennials and centennials have something in common: they both have unlikely tastes for traditionally uncool footwear. According to a recent report executed by Goldman Sachs and Teen Vogue, fashionable young (13-29) women’s favorite footwear brands include include Birkenstock, Sorel, and Nike. Nike’s place on the list isn’t particularly surprising — teenagers love Nike, and the brand’s sneakers bode well with the athleisure-obsessed retail climate. Sure, “ugly” shoes have been on the rise for a bit, but aren’t Birkenstocks too clunky to be cool?
Boots are pretty much the official footwear of fall, but choose the wrong ones, and you could unwittingly make yourself look…well, a little dated. To help you choose, we asked the experts at Polyvore to tell us which boots people are searching for like crazy, and which ones people are starting to lose interest in — and some of the answers surprised us (say it ain’t so, Chelsea boots!).
The mania for thigh-high and over-knee boots shows no signs of subsiding, while knee-high riding boots remain a staple. It’s not something that only affects plus-size women, either — women with muscular or curvy calves also often stick to ankle boots to avoid the whole issue.
Fashion is cyclical — wear a trend before it achieves mass appeal, and you’ll look cool and fashion-forward. Wear it after it’s begun to dip, and it’ll make your entire look seem stale. To help you know the difference, we asked Polyvore to deep-dive into its search data, and tell us which boot styles people are hottest this year — and which ones have fallen off since 2014. Click ahead for 6 boot styles might make you look a little dated, and which styles you should be scooping up instead.