The problem with Japanese fashion is that a) it’s often hard to get (unless you travel frequently to Japan for some reason, lucky you), and b) it’s expensive. To take a little piece of Tokyo home with you (you don’t even need to take the trip), look to Votan Tokyo’s sweet bow stud earrings. The shiny fabric and sexy pyramid stud makes us think “black tie only,” even though we’d totally wear these accessories everyday. Very kawaii and only $32.
Alexander Wang makes a clutch disguised as a notebook for fashionable writers. Wait—since when can writers afford to drop $625 on an accessory? [Shopbop] Keep reading »
Ever since I saw “Food, Inc.” and began researching toxins in beauty products through the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, I vowed to begin eating organic and non-processed when possible, and to gradually attempt to replace my beauty aids with natural (or as close to natural as possible) products. So when I got one mother of a cold sore last weekend, instead of opting for my chemical-infused lotions and balms, I remembered once being advised to try gel directly from an aloe vera plant. You’ll commonly find aloe vera mixed in with lotions, and while it’s generally thought to have great medicinal properties for healing skin, its effectiveness isn’t exactly proven. Keep reading »
These Wolford tights come with built-in flair. And they’ll only cost you $420. [Wolford] Keep reading »
Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately (or, OK, were maybe on summer vacation somewhere exotic, lucky) you know that Vera Wang has been the talk of the (fashion) town. Thanks to Chelsea Clinton‘s exquisite Wang-designed gown, and now Hilary Duff‘s supposed altar attire, Vera Wang is the it designer du jour for wedding couture. (Not like she was ever out of style; she’s always been a celebrity favorite, but Wang has been racking up tons of high-profile weddings this summer.) Keep reading »