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Crave: Canvas Cutout Heels

Oh Spring, are you almost here? We are dying, dying to ditch our boots and tights in the back of the closet and break out the open toed footwear. Expand your collection of strappy sandals, with this pair of canvas, lace-up heels from We Who See. The slight wedge in the heel and the rubber sole means these babies are not only on trend, but also comfy. Great for skipping your way to happy hour at the beer garden! [$88, Urban Outfitters] Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Tears On Milan Runway

Lithuanian model Auguste Abeliunate had tears running down her cheeks during both of her turns on the Jil Sander runway. At first, some fashion guests thought this was a new makeup trend, but Abeliunate was the only model rocking the new style. And a blogger wrote that she was crying for our fashion sins. But we think she was all teary because her photog/rocker boyfriend broke up with her via text message right before the show. Keep reading »

Dsquared2 Fashion Show Showcases “Starlet Trash” Look In Milan

WWD revealed on Friday that Dsquared2 has created the wardrobe for Britney Spears’ Circus tour, which kicks off tomorrow in New Orleans. The label, which is designed by Canadian brothers Dan and Dean Caten, has been associated with tabloid queens before (Jessica Simpson, Fergie, Rihanna), and their Fall 2009 collection seems to reflect the starlets that wear their designs. The clothes hold a strong resemblance to what Mary-Kate Olsen might wear on a trip to pick up a tall sugar-free vanilla non-fat extra-ice blended latte at Starbucks: plaid shirts, lots of layers, ripped shorts, loads of bracelets, a huge bag, and big sunglasses. Isn’t it nice that the designers made their “Starlet Trash” look authentic by accessorizing with ‘bucks cups? Keep reading to see another photo from the show. Keep reading »

Would You Rock Chainmail Stockings?

Chainmail stockings, anyone? This outrageous, avant-garde leg-wear was created by Queens-based fashion designer and stylist LaQuan Smith, who is all of 20 years old and designs a line called LaQueue. Honestly, I’m not totally sure what these stockings are made out of or how they work exactly (I mean, how do they stay up, for starters, metal garters?), but I do know they’re mighty cool, and they sure look like they’re run-proof. Love them with the matchy-matchy shoes, but if you really wanted to take the modern-day postfeminist gladiator look to the gold hilt, you could pair them with the gold metal dress that matches. So, would you rock them? [Paint it Noir] Keep reading »

The L Word Lesbians Are Officially Lipstick

You can finally rub sexy Shane all over your lips — well, her and all your other favorite lipstick lesbians on “The L Word.” Thanks to a team up with Three Custom Color Specialists, four fabulous shades have been created in homage to the Showtime hotties. Winey Kit, Red Hot Bette, Blushing Alice, and Naturally Naughty Shane are colors as fun and sheer as the clothes they wear on the hit drama. At $20 a pop, you can definitely take them home with you. [World of Wonder]

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Poll: Would You Get Married In Pants?

Attention brides, future brides, and committed bachelorettes who just love to weigh in on this sort thing — would you ever ditch a wedding gown for a sweet pair of white wedding pants? [A Practical Wedding via Robot-Heart] Keep reading »

Crave: Weleda Everon Lip Balm

There was a period of time when our handbag contained 15 different kinds of lip gloss, balm, and other assorted goo that we used depending on the occasion. There was one that made our pout look more kissable, one for when our lips were really chapped, and another when we wanted to resemble Dita Von Teese, only with clothes on. Now, we’re a one-balm kind of girl, and Weleda Everon is our soul mate. [$5, Weleda.com]

We’re giving away five Weleda Everon Lip Blams, but you have to work if you want your lips to be properly moisturized. The five best commenters for this coming week — from today, Friday, Feb. 27 through Thursday, March 5 — will be awarded with one. So, be as clever, smart, and original as you can! Click HERE to read the official rules. Keep reading »

Off With Your Head!

Want a new look? Montreal-based beauty salon Käaz suggests that if you really want a total makeover, it would be best if you let them decapitate you first. Created by ad agency Bleublancrouge, the Canadian campaign promises to “CHANGE YOUR STYLE.” I’m not quite sure how this works, though. So, you go into the salon, you hand them your head, they do what they want with it, and when you come back, they sew your new head back on for you? The super-rolled and devil-Pixie hairstyles are questionable enough, but you’d think if they were going to throw in the plastic surgery, they’d do a better job of suturing you back up. Also, neither of these post-styled chicks looks very happy. Or maybe it’s just me, and looking like the Queen of Hearts just had her way with you is the next thing in hairstyling. Misogyny or beauty? That’s your call. [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Poll: Can Women Wear Bow Ties?

For Christmas this year, one of my dream gifts was a plaid bow tie. Our Simcha was thoughtful enough to surprise me with one, and I have since spent quite a bit of time trying to figure out how to wear it without looking like a waitress at a Scottish restaurant. Do you think women can wear bow ties and look good doing so? Vote, then leave me some styling suggestion in the comments! [Weardrobe] Keep reading »

Crave: Madewell For Topshop Boilersuit

We just love jumpsuits, and since we bought three last summer we’re happy they’re still in style this year. This one from Madewell is perfect for us because we can show a lot of leg, but the girls remain covered. Plus the dark indigo shade gives it a cool ’70s vibe. [$150, Madewell @ ShopBop] Keep reading »

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