This fall season the cardigan is making a statement. And that statement is: “Anything goes.” Whether stripes, bubble sleeves or silk-trim, the cardigan has definitely been updated. But don’t fret, old standbys–like a simple, over-sized cardigan–still feel current. Keep reading »
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Since you’ll be stuffing your feet into boots for six months come November, why not have a little more toe-action with the latest crop of peep-toes, while you can? These shooties, booties and oxfords are sure to make the transition from summer to winter a lot easier, with their supple suede, classic leather and jewel tones. And you don’t even have to switch your bright toenail polish—this season is about breaking rules, after all. Keep reading »
We all have an abundance of random T-shirts, boxers and sweatpants. You know, stuff that you wouldn’t want to be caught dead in, but is extremely comfortable. So, it’s pretty easy to get into a style rut when it comes to lounge wear. To combat this problem, we came up with 10 picks for sexy, yet comfortable lounge wear. And we’re pretty sure you won’t be ashamed when you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror. Keep reading »
Lucky magazine has a habit of telling us about new designers, cool collaborations, and amazing deals, so we’re pretty excited about LuckyShops, a shopping event the mag puts on with current and off-season items at up to 70 percent off retail, complimentary cocktails, and great goody bags. The event takes place November 7 and 8 in New York, and tickets are now on sale (starting at $20) and include a year’s subscription to Lucky. In preparation for the shopping extravaganza, we put together a slideshow showing off a few of the designers whose clothes and accessories were sold at LuckyShops last year…but for way cheaper. Keep reading »
Olympians — noble, athletic, competitive, and so, so very sexy! We could watch them go for the gold all day long (especially if “going for the gold” was used in a more colloquial way). We will be glued and drooling to all the Summer Olympics action which kicks off in Beijing on Friday. To make sure you don’t miss a manly moment, check out The Frisky’s picks for the Top Ten Studliest Olympians of 2008!
Remember how Amelia got all excited about the new Quiksilver women’s collection? Well, it’s finally available! The clothes make me want to go back-to-school shopping (back-to-work shopping? Fall wardrobe shopping? We need a new name for this). I can see myself wearing the first dress with just a vintage belt until it gets cooler, then layering with a shirt underneath and cardigan on top after the first frost. I am also into the Nora Tank. Would it be wrong to own a dress and a tank made from the same fabric?
P.S. I got a sneak preview of Quiksilver’s holiday collection yesterday, which comes out in September, and it is equally cute. Keep reading »
Rumors about celebrities spread like wildfire and are often hard to validate or dispel. Some rumors are so outrageous that no one in their right mind would believe them. After the jump are 10 of the most ridiculous rumors we’ve heard, but five honorable mentions. See if you can tell which, if any, are true. Keep reading »
It’s only natural for a musician or actor to have style, but when those creative juices get passed down to their offspring, the results can be extraordinary. Many young starlets have been catapulted into the public eye by their keen fashion sense and it doesn’t hurt that their parents have paved the way. Check out our picks for Hollywood’s fashionable young spawns. Keep reading »
I used to tie-dye Hanes t-shirts at camp every summer, trying to create complex designs with multiple colors of dye. Basically, they turned out really horribly unless I stuck to just two colors. Then I forgot about tie-dying, maybe because I didn’t think it would fit into my “adult” life. But after seeing Drew Barrymore wearing a rainbow swirl shirt, I decided to revisit the psychedelic-ness that is tie-dye with some clothes that are tie-dyed, or inspired by it. And if you don’t feel like spending hundreds on a scarf or thousands on a dress (sorry, it was just too pretty to not include), go buy a box of Rit and follow Jessica’s instructions for a DIY version. Keep reading »