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!
Jacquard refers to the process of creating intricately woven patterns in fabric. It doesn’t matter if you’re making flowers, squares or portraits of your favorite pet — it’s the process that makes something jacquard or not. I love jacquards, especially for evening wear, because they typically have a bit of weight and heft to them, which helps smooth the lines of a silhouette. With that in mind, we’ve picked ten of the best jacquard skirts around. Dress ‘em up with a silk shirt or down with a chambray, take your pick!
I saw a little cluster of purple tulips starting to grow next to the sidewalk the other day and I almost started crying. Spring is officially on the way! Get a jump start on the season by adding a pretty floral necklace to your jewelry box. Whether you love roses, peonies, pansies, poppies, or lotuses, Etsy has the perfect piece of jewelry for you. Click through to check out 10 fabulous floral necklaces, starting at just eight bucks!
Polka dots! So cute! So spring-like! So much verve and personality! Wear ‘em, okay? They’ll perk you right up. After the jump, 10 polka-perfect options.
Unisex clothing company Brooklyn Industries makes comfy staples and classic designs, all with a cheeky Brooklyn twist. As the name might suggest, the company is New York born and bred, and is as much influenced by the city life surrounding it as by the desire to create easy, affordable casual wear. We’ve found 10 pieces from their humongous collection that we think you’ll like — no, love – without breaking the bank.
If you’re searching for style inspiration for spring and summer, try looking to the past. Silhouettes and prints from the 40s through the ’70s will instantly add a playful feel to your wardrobe. Whether you’re looking for something casual or special occasion, we found 7 gorgeous dresses to flatter and celebrate your curves. Click through to check ‘em out …
We’ve been big fans of Tracy Reese for a long time. Her dresses are girly, pretty and the epitome of feminine charm. So we were especially thrilled to learn she’d be doing a capsule collection for Anthropologie. Reese’s seven-piece collection is part of Anthro’s Made In Kind series, where the company teams up with lesser-known and smaller design houses to create limited collaborations. Check out Reese’s designs in the slideshow above!