Feathers are all the rage right now — and we definitely love most of what’s out there. From Chanel’s feather dress to wild fascinators, feathers can be absolutely stunning. We’ve also been seeing feather capes, such as this one, and have been puzzling over how and where one might wear such a piece — it’s certainly not for the faint of heart. Pairing it with a fun but not over-powering dress with a simple neckline, opaque stockings, quirky shoes and no jewelry could possibly make you the most photographed at your office holiday party — but would you end up on the best or worst-dressed list? What do you think? [$63, Miss Selfridge] Keep reading »
Isn’t the goal normally to keep food off your person? We’re not harshing on all food-related fashion, but it’s just that this potato chip necklace looks almost too real, and potentially freaky. Like: “Oh hey … did you realize you have a whole potato chip inexplicably stuck to your chest?” [The Curiosity Shoppe] Keep reading »
When it’s gray and dreary outside all we want is to do is cozy up in soft layers and things that make us smile. That’s why when we found this super adorable angora blend beret we were overjoyed! The mix of chocolate brown and bright colors is happy without being over the top and the oversized bow is like icing on a cupcake. It’s a perfect and playful edition to any winter wardrobe.
British musician and TV presenter Myleene Klass has solved the age-old fashion dilemma of what to wear when it’s gloomy and rainy so you don’t look like a soggy mess. She started off with a cute cape that blocked her pleated skirt and stripe T-shirt from the elements. Then, she added a pair of knee-high boots that keep legs and feet from getting soaked, but are so much cooler than Wellies. Myleene chased away gray clouds with a bright red lip. See how you can get a similar look, after the jump. Keep reading »