Three models made their runway debut at theCURVYcon and the crowd reaction was priceless.
From plus-size luxury sites to fashion-forward looks that won't break the bank, check out these awesome brands to shop this season.
“Place confidence in things you earn, not in things you didn’t,” says Chastity Garner Valentine, co-founder of theCURVYcon.
We’ve gotten a good dose of spring on the East Coast, but it’s not going to last much longer. Best to prepare for the winter chill by picking up a stylish scarf. Here are 36 options for every conceivable outfit. Whether you want to swath yourself in cashmere or experiment with playful prints, there is something here for everyone.
Related: 11 Ways to Wear a Sleeveless Turtleneck Austyn Zung is the woman to thank for that. She’s been the creative director at LOFT for five years, but this is her first collection with Ann Taylor, and she’s brought with her a fresh direction and a fresh new team. She’s also injected the mass-market brand with some couture DNA, having spent years at Oscar de la Renta. Photo:Courtesy of Ann Taylor Zung has had an unusual path in fashion.
Call it the Zara effect: Mass market brands that were kind of meh a minute ago have seriously upped their fashion game. Wander into any Banana Republic, Gap, Old Navy, or Ann Taylor and you’ll see what I mean: The dowdy cardigans and ill-fitting pants that used to line the racks have gone, making way for tailored jackets, origami skirts, slouchy sweaters, and high-waisted pants.
Today we welcome October, and with that comes the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony Foundation to Stella McCartney’s Pink Lingerie, bringing awareness to this disease has been an ongoing mission for many brands and designers. So this month, join them — think pink with these 15 products that donate a percentage of proceeds to help fight breast cancer. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day