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As the saying goes, what goes up must come down, and right now that means heel height. For the last few years, shoes have gotten taller and more sculptural than ever. But now we’re starting to see the undercurrent of sensibility coming back, as designers put out shorter heels that almost any lady can walk and still feel lovely in. Kitten heels are great for just that. They make gams look gorgeous, but won’t kill you in the process. Check out 10 killer kitten heels under $150 that will work for the rest of the season and into spring!
If you are anything like us, a sweatshirt in the cooler months is a favorite go-to item. Especially with all of the sporty trends a la Alexander Wang, cute sweatshirts — not just the ol’ thing you throw on for the gym — have become available at every price point. Enter this soft blue heather sweatshirt with lace inset back by Delia’s. The boat neck and raglan sleeve are incredibly flattering, and the subtle two-tone color on the body and sleeves makes it extra special. We’ve taken this sweatshirt and styled it three very different ways — keep clicking to see how! [$33.50, Delia's]
It’s probably a little early for you to start thinking about next year, but come January, you’re going to want to sport Nicole by O.P.I.’s Liquid Metals nail polish collection. Touches of metal are one of the hottest beauty and fashion trends now, and these nail lacquers come in a range of metallics, from shimmering sea foam to sophisticated champagne. “Metallic shades are perfect to wear with all clothing colors, adding some easy edge to your wardrobe,” said Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Nicole by OPI’s Executive VP & Artistic Director, in a press release. I think the names of these new polishes — “Miss Independent,” “The Next CEO,” “Rich in Spirit,” and “It Starts with Me” — will also help you stay on track with your New Year’s career resolutions. Look for the Liquid Metals collection at ULTA, Walmart, Target, Sears, Harmon, HEB, and Wegmans in January. Keep reading »