A maxi dress on a summer day gives a sense of easy, comfortable style. Alex, looking like a hybrid of Penny Lane and Marcia Brady, wears a General Pants maxi dress. It’s one of the best we’ve seen Down Under. If you don’t have a cool breeze at your disposal, might as well look like one! Keep reading »
There was a time in my life when I was traveling so much it seemed I couldn’t unpack my bags before I had to stuff them all over again. Needless to say, through trial and error, I developed a few techniques to make the process easier and more foolproof. Since several Frisky staffers are already stressing over holiday packing, I figured I’d post a few of my tips, and, seriously, folks, we’d love to hear all of yours. After the jump, some ideas to help make packing way, way easier! Keep reading »
Shanel, snagged outside LAX, looks both comfortable and fabulous in a New York City screen-print tank and silver Dr. Martens combat boots. The pop of pink on her American Apparel bra and luggage tag iis a sure sign that this girl is ready for some fun. Talk about traveling in style. Keep reading »
Taking a road trip with a lover is sometimes as precarious as a first date. Say or do the wrong thing — or forget to bring a proper caseload of snacks — and you’re in trouble. While it’s clear that some things should be utterly avoided on the road — like discussing whether dating for two months makes things “exclusive” — other major tragedies in coupledom can be avoided if you follow a few helpful tips.
From a guy’s perspective, here are 10 essentials to bring along to ensure that what is intended to be a bonding experience doesn’t end up in a breakup. (Note: Your dude gets bonus points if he packs these things in the glove box or in the trunk without your knowing.) Keep reading »
Normally, we’re not huge fans of the logo’d gear, but Fabrice mixes them up in a way that looks funky and fresh. We love how he’s paired these accessories with his pastel vintage sweater and plaid kicks. He’s in Prague’s Staromestske Nam (Old Town Square), headed toward Parizska trida, the designer shopping street, natch. What do you think of logo accessories?
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Who needs real fur when fake looks this chic? Arame, visiting Prague from France, is the epitome of fabulous in a faux fur that she bought on Oxford Street in London. The cherry on top is a styling headscarf that only a select few can pull off (hi, Nicole Richie!) without looking like a fashion victim. This chick is totally acing it. Keep reading »
Staska looks like an adorable, bohemian version of the Hamburglar while on a break from work in Prague. She meticulously chooses her accessories to compliment her look. Where do we start? Check out her two different earrings, the way her socks echo her undershirt, and the red trainers that make it all come together. We’re getting hungry. Keep reading »
A touch of military inspiration always looks pulled together. Eva, shopping along Kaufingerstrasse, wears a Zero double-breasted peacoat with cargo pants. She adds the modern touch of a Hallhuber floral scarf so the look is not all utilitarian, but also a little bit femme. Keep reading »
These days, wearing designer duds from head to toe is frowned upon even by the most fashionable of the fashionistas. Instead, mixing high and low is the way to go. Taylor, American Marie Claire’s Style Director, is on her way to tour the Tag Heuer factory in Geneva. She layers her fancy pants from Comme des Garcons with a Zara blazer and ginormous Club Monaco scarf. If anyone can handle the harems/blazer/platforms/layering look, it’s her. Keep reading »
The true key to looking chic is all about being comfortable in your own skin. In that case, Marta, a traveling musician from Poland, may have tied up the award for chicest gal on the island. She bought her scarf at a kiosk in India and pinned it up the front to make a top. It attaches around her back by an itty bitty string! No one could take their eyes off of her as she played and sang to the Santorini sunset. Keep reading »