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.
At the Max Mara Fall/Winter 2017 show in Milan, Italy on Thursday, models came down the catwalk wearing thick, warm camel colored cable knit sweaters, oversized shearling teddy-bear-like coats, and velvety trousers in a chocolate shade that is like “wearable Hygge,” as the brand itself put it. Get wrapped up in the entire #MaxMara #FW17 runway collection. Hygge has become such a part of the American vernacular that the Oxford Dictionary shortlisted it as the Word of the Year in 2016.
We are deep into the cold winter months, and nothing screams winter more than a chunky, warm sweater. If it were up to us, we’d live in our sweats all winter long, but because we can’t, sweaters are the next best thing. Whether it be a classic cable knit or an on-trend open-shoulder style, sweaters nowadays are so versatile, you can style them any way you like. Layer your cozy sweater over a dress, under a moto jacket, or keep it casual and pair your favorite knit with jeans. ...
Winter coats are an investment that people are willing to spend a reasonable amount of money on. The coat comes in a variety of colorways, from the black and gold style Kendall Jenner was recently spotted in to the dark burgundy color Rihanna has previously stepped out sporting. Check out which stars have dropped major bucks for this shearling and leather jacket.
If frigid temperatures have become the norm in your neighborhood as they have in New York City, you’re in desperate need of a winter coat. To help narrow down the search, we figured out the top three trendy winter jacket styles of the season.
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.
Unless you're already somewhere warm (ugh, lucky), then you're probably wishing that you were right about now, because in New York City, it's cold, cold, cold. (Did we mention it's cold?) And the best way to offset the chill? Your puffiest puffer and your coziest snow boots.
This winter, give her what she really wants: the ability to use a mobile device in subzero weather without her fingers snapping off like store-brand pretzel rods. Tech-friendly gloves might not be the sexiest accessories, but we managed to round up 10 pairs that won't incinerate your eyeballs. From Marie Claire
If a snowy vacation is part of your winter plans, fab skiwear should be high on your shopping list. More brands than ever have gotten into the cold-weather game, creating plentiful options for making turns on the hill or just sitting fireside in the lodge. Flattering ski pants, graphic sweaters, beautifully cut jackets and bright colored accessories are all must-haves to master ski chic. Be sure to invest in super-functional, uber-fashionable pieces that will make you look like a pro on the mountain and a model off-duty at après ski
If you have thought that before, however, you’ll be thrilled to hear about this weird new product invented by a company called VEAR. Inspired by harsh Scandinavian weather, founder Valentin Nicoara wanted a pair of pants that were easy to get on and off and would protect his legs from the weather in Denmark. While we’ve never personally felt the need for what VEAR named a Legs Jacket, we kind of see the point.
If you love dresses as much as we do, you know it gets harder to wear them once the temperature drops. However, winter-ready versions offered in thick, knit fabrics and longer silhouettes allow us to sport the one-piece wonder without hesitation, despite a freezing forecast. Whether you style them with tights and OTK boots or over a skinny pant, sweater dresses make getting ready in the morning easy—just add layers and cold-weather accessories. Ahead, shop 15 of our favorite nubby options from an edgy ring-embellished style to a bright midi turtleneck
New York has been really cold lately. Negative numbers-cold. So cold, in fact, that this past weekend, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a warning for people to stay indoors to avoid the “life threatening” temperatures that were gripping the city with their icy, terrible hands. But do you think BDB’s decree was enough to stop New York Fashion Week’s dedicated troop of street style baiters from peacocking outside the shows in spring’s coolest wares while making exaggerated gestures at imaginary taxi cabs, all in the hopes of landing their curated outfits on a street style blog or highly regarded Instagram feed?
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.
Sometimes, winter dressing can start to feel a little drab with all of the thick layers and necessary add-ons. Outfits that are comfy, warm, and chic all at once are hard to conjure up, which is why we are here to help. We gathered nine wintery outfits from some of our favorite fashion bloggers that are so good you’ll want to wear them on repeat.
If you never thought you’d touch ramen again, this recipe for Easy Miso-Chicken Ramen will change your mind. It takes a little longer than pouring boiling water on the contents of a plastic pouch — but not much. It tastes a whole lot better than that packaged stuff and it’s healthier too!
While the rest of us were bundling up in preparation for the snow, Wisconsinites like the fellow in this video were stripping down and embracing the cold. Blizzards — which are apparently considered soft gusts of wind in Wisconsin — clearly do not bother this shirtless man who sauntered through a WKRN-TV Nashville newscast this past weekend. When newscaster Andy Cordan paused his report to question the shirtless man walking in a winter wonderland whether or not he was cold, the brave man casually replied, "No, man. I’m from Wisconsin." Kickass baker bakes cake that looks exactly like a 6-year-old's drawing Dog would rather pee on the floor than go outside, thank you very much New 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' game looks like the old cartoon Dad masterfully trolls his son in live TV interview
For one Northeastern couple, buckets full of snow close to their wedding day is not so much a nightmare, but a dream come true. Over the stormy weekend, during what most people would consider a snowpocalyptic excuse to stay indoors, one loving pair took the weather as an opportunity to snap some photos. After hearing the news of a huge blizzard, Felicia Sam and David Nartey jumped at the chance to brace the cold, taking along their photographer Dotun Ayodeji to capture their engagement in wonderful snowy fashion. See also: The most breathtaking images of the 2016 blizzard were taken from space The fearless couple hit the road early Friday evening for Fort Meade, Maryland, driving more than half an hour to reach their destination, according to ABC News. The two lovebirds and die-hard snow bunnies admit their love for chilly weather is strong, going on to say, "We were like kids playing in the snow. We threw snow balls at each other. We actually had a lot of fun." And if facing a dangerous snowstorm doesn't seem quite treacherous enough — David shares the fact that he proposed to Felicia right before October's 2015 Hurricane Joaquin. Daredevils or just lovers of mother nature? Whatever the motivation, the final results are pretty stunning. Click here to view this gallery
A silly blizzard couldn't keep stop these couples from exchanging their vows. Love, prayer, friends, and plenty of warm clothing made for memorable weddings and some top-tier pictures.
It's smart to have a panda suit in your costume wardrobe so that if a panda does something extremely cute — the odds are in your favor here — you can imitate the the fuzzy creature immediately. Plus, they're a cozy and stylish option for all your winter fashion needs. After Tian Tian the panda's snow day melted our hearts, Jeffrey Perez challenged the National Zoo resident to a snow battle. See also: 18 Drawings You'll Swear Are Actual Photographs Bold move, Perez.
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OK, we knew it had to end sooner or later. After a gloriously long fall that extended well into December, giving us a downright balmy holiday season on the East Coast, it’s time to pay the weather piper. Our first big winter storm (the menacing Jonas) is upon us, which means most likely being stuck inside all weekend. But there’s something nice about cozying up all weekend at home, being lazy, binge-watching all those shows you haven’t gotten to yet, and the best part: cooking up a, well, storm.
At one point this past summer (a point that I’m not particularly proud of), I ate burgers for dinner for an entire week straight. In my defense, I was on a burger-high from discovering Ashley Rodriguez’s special burger sauce, had just discovered that my Emergency-Use-Only Fire Escape doubled as the perfect Burger-Eating Nook, and was doing “research” for an article. My recipe was simple and unchanging: I layered buns swiped with Ashley’s sauce, a freshly-ground patty, a tomato slice, onion rounds, and arugula.