I subscribe to the style theory of “all black everything.” I’m pretty religious about it most of the year, but come summer, my wardrobe tends to lighten up. (Maybe some dark grey?) My shoes, on the other hand, are nothin’ but black. Black boots, black sandals, black heels — why buy anything else? Black is classic, goes with everything, never gets dirty, and black leather shoes last for years. They’re practically an investment, but that doesn’t mean you should have to cash out over $200 for a solid pair of cool-ass black sandals. Check out these 10 pairs, and wonder why you ever thought it would be a good idea to buy something in beige suede.
If you’re wondering how to transition your wardrobe from winter to spring, take a cue from model Jessica Hart, and try pairing bright spring colors (lavender jeans? Yes, please!) with staples from your winter wardrobe, like a classic trench coat and slouchy beige sweater. Swap out the heavy boots for some comfy slip-on loafers, and you’re good to go. Steal this whole look for yourself, after the jump! Keep reading »
Fashion can be art, right? And in the case of the shoes featured in Leipzig, Germany’s Grassi Museum, the art is decidedly avant garde. The museum’s new exhibition, Radical Shoe Design. The show includes more than 200 pairs of wildly designed shoes that challenge traditional notions of style, comfort and wearabilty — so of course we love them. If you’re in Leipzig, check out the whole collection. For now, we’ve collected 11 of our favorite weirdbeard pairs for your enjoyment!
So we wanted to show you the latest in spring footwear trends, but we didn’t want to do it in the typical boring way. Enter hot celeb dudes wearing spring footwear (for the ladies, obviously). Enjoy as James Franco, Bradley Cooper and a slew of other celebrity guys model the latest kicks!
I love silk: it’s the perfect lightweight layer under a cardigan or pullover, and a good washed silk shirt is perfect for channeling that louche-luxe vibe I’m always after. These 10 silk tops and tanks will be right at home in your wardrobe come spring — just be sure not to get iced coffee on ‘em, like I always seem to…
Um, is it spring yet? (Actually, it totally is. Finally!) I’m ready to shed my thick knit tights in favor of bare legs and flippy skirts, and I’m sure you are, too. A-line skirts are flirty and flattering on all body types, thanks to their fit-and-flare silhouette. Let’s get spring started with these 10 adorable A-lines, at a range of prices…
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, or so we’ve heard, but we’ll argue that rose gold is kind of our new squeeze. We don’t discriminate when it comes to precious metals, but there’s something about this one in particular that’s just so pretty. Its warm pinkish tone is so flattering on hands, and it’s less expected than the usual bronze and silver. For now, at least — rose gold is blowing up, and we may or may not be jumping on the bandwagon. Get the details on these 13 pretty rose gold pieces, and maybe we can match!
Chances are, you’ve probably got a chambray shirt in your closet. Maybe you pull it out every once in a while, contemplate pairing it with a pair of colored jeans, and then opt for a white tee instead. You gotta stop doing that! Chambray shirts are great! Everybody at the Frisky is a weirdo and totally has one, too. Give ‘em a chance and take your chambray style up a notc with one of these patterned chambray dealies.
Pastel colors are sooooo dreamy — they’re all soft and washed-out and Easter egg-y, and feminine without the outright girlishness of, say, hot pink. They’re also perfect for spring… which I seriously hope is on its way. As a longtime all black-wearer, I’m always looking for ways to incorporate pale colors into my look without it declaring, “This light blue sweater is totally, ridiculously out of place in my wardrobe!” The key is hunting down pieces that are just slightly different from the First Communion fare usually associated with pale pinks, greens, lavenders, et al… Here are 9 such dresses, pants, and tops that will make themselves at home in any closet come spring.
It’s almost time to put away that bulky down-comforter-with-sleeves you’ve been wearing all winter and switch it out for a stylish light jacket. Click through to check out some of our favorite blazers, anoraks, and motorcycle jackets of the season–all for $50 or less!