It is prime spring cleaning time — Yahoo Style is here to help you get the most bang for your buck for the items you'll be putting in your "to sell" pile.
Yahoo Style rounds up 15 picture-perfect dresses for summer that run in all shapes and styles and prints like gingham, polka dot, color-block, and more.
We've curated three lovely outfits for you to wear on Easter Sunday. From bowtie dresses to mint green shorts and baby blue skirts — let your Easter hunt start right here.
This week, our Instagram influencers across America submitted their #OOTD for Yahoo Style’s Sunday Brunch Challenge. It’s that time of year: The flowers are blooming and brunch season is in full swing. Whether it’s a casual brunch with friends or a more formal Easter Sunday celebration with family, these Instagram influencers have you covered. Watch and tell us which outfit you like best. What occasion would you like to see our influencers try for their #OOTD challenge? Comment below!
Whether you prefer sneakers, heels, or oxfords, we have you covered in our roundup. But our No. 1 tip is to choose the mule.
This spring, opt for lightweight coat materials like linen and choose light colors in neutral and pastel shades like blush pink, baby blue, and beige.
Woven wicker or straw bags are the bags most synonymous with spring weather, and they were also a major street style trend we spotted during fashion month. Carry one of these around to the park for a picnic, to the museum, or on a stroll around the city — you name it, there’s an occasion for them all.
The ’90s fabric has had a huge impact on the runway and on street style. Whether you want to add a touch of velvet to your outfit or wear a full-on velvet statement piece, here are 11 stylish plus-size velvet pieces under $50 that won’t break the bank.
After nearly a century, America’s Cup — the most elite sailing competition in the World — returned to New York City. To mark this grandiose occasion, we’re celebrating with nautical style — from classic striped shirts to playful accessories.
When you think “raincoat,” you think “bright yellow, rubbery, and unflattering,” right? Sure, a classic mac is cute when you’re 5, but the older we get, the harder it is to pull one off. And let’s not forget about that other rainy-day essential, the umbrella.
By Alyssa Coscarelli There are days you feel like getting dressed, and days you, well, just don’t. On the days you’re into it, you pay close attention to the details: You try a new layering trick you saw on Instagram, add an accessory you haven’t worn in a while, or plan an entire outfit around a new pair of shoes. On the other days, when even reaching for black leggings or boyfriend jeans requires too much thought (finding a top, for starters) — you grab a simple dress. So the throw-on-and-go section of your closet is one that can always use a few more inhabitants.
Apart from the very welcome influx of warmer weather, one thing we really love about spring is the barrage of new beauty products waiting to be tested.
Florals for spring may not exactly be groundbreaking, that doesn’t mean they’re not stylish. The resurgence of nineties grunge was seen all over the spring 2016 runways, so it’s no surprise brands like Uniqlo are capitalizing on the trend. The Japanese fast fashion brand collaborated with Liberty of London to create a capsule collection of floral-print apparel. One of the standout pieces is the cotton maxi dress — here’s three ways to wear it that’ll have you blossoming with joy.
Delicate gold jewelry like midi rings and thin chain necklaces have dominated trends for the last few years. But if the spring runway shows taught us anything, now’s the time to embrace bold, bright-colored jewelry alongside our understated pieces. At Gucci, playful cocktail rings complemented the collection’s vibrant color palette. At Dior, colored gems adorned bold chokers and earrings.
Now that spring has officially started, cuffing season, that special time of year when you commit to one person… for the winter, has officially ended. That’s right. It’s time to cut your winter snuggle buddy loose and get a new flame for the new season. We know the adage, breaking up is hard to do, and if you’re not quite sure how to end things with your cold weather cutie, fear not. We’re here to help. We asked relationship expert Demetria Lucas D'Oyley, author of A Belle in Brooklyn and Don’t Waste Your Pretty to help us perfect our breakup technique. ...
Don't go for a French manicure or pale pink nails this spring. Rather, try out one of these unique nail art designs Yahoo Beauty found on Instagram.
At the Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards, we asked celeb attendees to name one item they own that no one could pry from their wardrobe.
Spring is finally here! Although, to be fair, I’m sure some of you can argue that where you live, it feels like winter is sure taking its time to pack up and leave. Still, it’s always a good idea to get a head start for every year’s arguably best season: Spring! The start of spring is always the time when we’re ready to ditch our heavy winter coats and get creative with layering pieces, so what better piece to have in hand than the versatile denim jacket?
Animal print is a style that never goes out of fashion, so while while everyone else is wearing metallics, why don’t you get ahead of the game and pick up this animal printed mini skirt that we’re sure you can wear all year long. This retro style A-line shape animal print mini from Topshop is one of those statement pieces that you can have in your closet forever if you can think of fun ways to style it. Let us be your guide… Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
For the final episode of Coffee Break @ New York Fashion Week , Kristin Cavallari joins Katie Lee as a co-host to wrap up all there is to know about the week-long events. Fifth Harmony ’s Ally Brooke joins the two to talk about her favorite runway styles, self-proclaimed fashion and beauty fanaticGretta Monahan shares her favorite moments thus far and Miss USA 2012 (gone actress gone model)Olivia Culpo dishes on how she’s been navigating through the city. Plus, she plays a fun round of fashion games! Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
On Monday in Milan, Gucci designer Alessandro Michele showed his second menswear collection for the Italian label with an interesting bent. As the conversation about gender fluidity continues to permeate the media, Michele sent his male models down the runway wearing lace blouses, floral-embroidered suits, and white crocheted short shorts (some of these looks were adorned with pearls, btw). But the Gucci maestro, who interspersed women into his runway lineup in equally as ambiguous looks, is not the only one currently subverting gender norms. Moschino’s creative director, Jeremy Scott, was seemingly inspired by the notion of Marie-Antoinette-meets-Liberace with a collection that showed hyper masculine male models wearing hot pink ruffled shirts.
Vegetable plates are a necessity at meat-forward springtime barbecues — a light and refreshing oasis in a sea of hearty protein — but too often they’re thrown together and made to feel like the meal’s forgotten stepchild.