One of my favorite fashion equations for fall and winter is tights + knee high socks + badass boots. This combo is not only warm and cozy, it’s a flattering and easy way to add different patterns and textures into your outfit. We’ve already rounded up some of our favorite tights and boots; let’s focus on knee socks today, shall we? From funky stripes to cute polka dots to pretty floral prints, click through to check out 10 pairs of knee-high socks we are dying to layer this fall…
At some point a few years ago, I stopped wearing turtlenecks. I’m not sure what it was, but I’m officially rescinding my turtleneck prohibition. A turtleneck sweater — with or without a cowl — is a flattering fit that highlights your cheekbones and does that delicate trick of being sexy but not revealing. Plus, they’re really, really warm, which is kind of at a premium right now. After the jump, 10 terrific turtlenecks, to keep you covered.
Cobalt blue and black is my favorite color combination (cue Taylor Swift voice) like, ever, so I squealed with glee when I saw Reese Witherspoon filling up her gas tank in this super cute, casual outfit. I’m loving the slouchy sweater paired with fierce knee-high boots. You too? Steal her style for yourself, after the jump! Keep reading »
When it comes to comfy cozy clothes, it doesn’t get much better than a sweater with a shawl collar. On cold winter days you can wrap the extra fabric around your neck to stay warm and toasty, and the style is surprisingly versatile–shawl cardigans look just as good with a pencil skirt and pumps at the office as they do with polka dot pajama pants on your couch. Click through to check out 10 fabulous shawl sweaters, all for $50 or less!
In winter, you just can’t have enough ways to stay warm. So let us present to you the poncho sweater — an innovative two-in-one kind of garment that can be worn as an extra layer during the colder months. And though we caution you to stay away from more “stereotypical” ponchos — covered in fringe and vaguely ethnic designs — we think sticking with a simple design with modern details will do the trick just fine.
When animal print sweaters first popped up in some of the funkier stores and catalogs on my radar, I never thought these novelty tops would become a full-blown trend. Boy, was I wrong–you can find cute animal-adorned sweaters everywhere from Old Navy to Saks Fifth Avenue right now. Whether you’re into pandas (ahem, JESSICA) or cats wearing glasses, here are 10 stylish animal sweaters that might strike your fancy…
“I’m looking for the perfect long, soft, warm, oatmeal-colored cable-knit fisherman’s sweater for winter. Any ideas?” –Kim
If I had to make a list of my favorite adjectives, it would definitely include “soft,” “warm,” “cable-knit,” and “oatmeal-colored,” so we are definitely on the same page. The bad news? Apparently everyone else in the world is also on our page, because most of the sweaters I found that fit the bill were sold out. The glorious specimen above, for example, which, in all its slouchy perfection, is currently unavailable (sigh). But don’t worry–I still found a few options for the dreamy sweater you seek. Check ‘em out after the jump! Keep reading »
On these cold fall mornings, the last thing you need is a closet full of clothes that make you feel frumpy and uninspired. Looking for some new pieces to expand your work wardrobe? We found 15 awesome, office-appropriate clothes that are perfect for fall, all for less than 100 bucks. Click through to check ‘em out, and stay tuned for more work wear shopping guides for plus sizes, petites, and a variety of office dress codes!
Release the houndstooth! This classic print always looks amazing, whether it’s adorning a cozy wool coat or a pair of pointy-toe pumps. We found 12 awesome items to help you bring some heavenly houndstooth into your wardrobe this fall. Click through to check ‘em out!
Since it’s now officially freeze your tits off cold, we’re betting tons of dudes are going to be pulling out their favorite plaid flannels. But guys shouldn’t have all the plaid fun — girls can wear it too, and still look cute and feminine — if you follow our rules. Here are our 13 guidelines to wearing plaid and not looking like a butch Christmas tree skirt (unless you want to and that’s your thing).