Showing posts with label EDITOR STYLE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label EDITOR STYLE. Show all posts


How This Fashion Editor Revamped a Summer Dress for Cold Weather

How to Style a Summer Dress for Fall and Winter — Kristen Marie Nichols in a tiered white summer dress and knee-high boots
Photo via: @kristenmarienichols

Fashion editors always give us outfit inspiration, especially as they experiment with trends on social media. Kristen Marie Nichols of Who What Wear gave a nod to the ever-so-popular nap dress trend with her latest boot story. Don't want to give up your favorite summer dress just yet? Never fear! It can still be paired with leather knee-high boots for the colder months. Shop our favorite tall boots below.


How to Make Leggings Look Daytime Chic

How to Make Leggings Look Daytime ChicHow to Make Leggings Look Daytime Chic
Photos via: @kristenmarienichols

If you're like us, then you're probably wondering how long this will all continue. If you're also like us, then you're coming to terms with loungewear separates as daily essentials. You've come to the right place. Black leggings, thanks to Instagram, are having their moment. Copy Kristen's two looks, which will require a chic button-down, black heels, and a longline blazer.


Update Your Basic Puffer With This Styling Trick

Update Your Basic Puffer With This Styling Trick
Photo via: @modehunter

We’re getting a little sick of our daily puffer coat and boots, but we’re loving the fresh way Sarah Harris made her outfit look. Her chain-detail jacket is a great take on a basic piece, and we’re recreating the look by adding a chain belt to our favorite coat. A pair of white loafers is another unexpected twist gives an everyday fall/winter outfit a fresh look.


Now That I'm 30, I Wear These Affordable Pieces On Repeat

Under-$100 pieces I swear by at age 30
Photo via: @adenorah

If there's one thing that's changed from my 20s to my 30s (aside from my skincare routine) it would have to be purchasing pieces with comfort and practicality in mind. Rather than jumping on board a specific trend for trends sake, I'll wait for the perfect piece. One that serves a dual purpose, so I can get the cost per wear down. For example, instead of the sky high 90s-style strappy sandals, I opted to wait for a low heel variation that I could wear out on the weekend and were still work-appropriate. Shop my current favorite, below.


How to Make Animal Print Look Office-Appropriate

Here's How We Would Wear The Animal Print Trend To The Office
Photo via: Style Du Monde

For those of us who work in a corporate or slightly conservative work place the idea of wearing full-on leopard, cheetah, or tiger stripe to the office may seem like a stretch. But, we're here to show you how achievable it can be. Take this look for example––the classic trench coat and practical brown suede bag help to ground the animal print blouse and boots, making the trends accessible for nearly any work place.


Shopbop Is Having Sale—Move Quickly On These Pieces

Stock Up On These Essentials During The Shopbop Sale
Photo via: Style Du Monde

There are few sales left that fashion insiders' continue to get excited about season after season, but the Shopbop "Buy More, Save More" event is one of them. Stock up on the pieces you've been coveting and complete your spring wardrobe with our picks below. Use code GOBIG19 for up to 25% off!


The Only Plaid Outwear Worth Buying Right Now

The Plaid Pieces We Can't Get Enough Of
Photo via: Sandra Semburg

Plaid is one of the few prints that we just can't get enough of. Despite it's steady rise in popularity the past few years, most variations of the pattern are considered classic. Lending a bit of sophistication to almost every item, we particularly love it when it's featured as outerwear. Throw a plaid coat over your basic turtleneck, jeans, and boots for an elevated day-time look.


The Classic Pairings We'll Never Get Tired Of

Le Fashion Blog Classic Pairing Editor Style Celine Sunglasses Black Blazer Black T Shirt Vintage Levi Jeans Via @anna__laplaca
Photo via: @anna__laplaca

Although we look forward to seasonal trends, and mixing in runway inspiration, there's nothing quite like a classic combination to get you through the cold. Who What Wear Assistant Editor Anna knows exactly what we're talking about. On Instagram, she posted a photo in a go-to look we can all appreciate. Black oversized sunglasses, a soft live-in t-shirt, an all-encompassing black blazer, and vintage jeans is all it will take, and you probably already own each piece.


The New Way To Wear Your Summer Short Suit Set

Le Fashion Blog Cute Summer Outfit Green Blazer Black Bralette Green High Waist Shorts Black Small Bag Black Espadrille Shoes Via @alyssainthecity
Photo via: @Alyssainthecity

A suit? In the summer? Have we lost our minds? Actually, no, we haven't. Editor and style icon, Alyssa, knows exactly what we're talking about. On Instagram, she posted her summer suit, which is comprised of high waisted hunter green shorts, a matching blazer, black bralette and espadrille flats. See? It's easier than it looks and chicer than it sounds.


We're Finding Serious Inspiration In This Editor's Minimalistic Look

Le Fashion Blog Minimal Summer Look White T Shirt Denim Midi Split Skirt Plastic Bag Slide On Mule Sandals Via @Laurencaruso_
Photo via: @laurencaruso

Minimalism doesn't have to be boring, even in the day and age of oversized prints and larger than life volumes. For Lauren Caruso, super editor and basically, a style icon, minimalism is part of her everyday wardrobe. But, it has a twist. All of her outfits include a standout piece, which makes the monochromatic and staple color tones ten times more lively, and ten times chicer. On Instagram, she posted a shot of her in a simple t-shirt, the plastic bamboo-handled bag of now, a side-split denim skirt and slides. See? Not boring at all.


Do Denim-On-Denim Like a Fashion Editor

Le Fashion Blog Black Sunglasses Denim Jacket Straight Leg Jeans Suede Heels Denim on Denim Christine Centenera Via Stylecaster
Photo via: Stylecaster

The Canadian tuxedo has been updated, revisited and reloved all over again. Play with different hues on top and bottom or be bold and match washes. The look can easily be dressed up with lipstick, earrings, a blouse poking out from underneath the top or a pair of heels. Do it like fashion editor Christine Centenera by picking an oversized denim shirt, straight-leg jeans and a suede pair of heels.


This Designer Has The Best Casual Style

Le Fashion Blog Anine Bing Black Sunglasses Red Sweater Loose Distressed Jeans Black Patent Leather Boots Via @aninebing Le Fashion Blog Anine Bing Sunglasses Grey Turtleneck Sweater Black Puffer Jacket Distressed Jeans Black Boots Via @Aninebing
Photos via: @aninebing

Casual-chic style is an everyday way for women who, despite their busy schedules and multiple children or demanding jobs, aren't willing to give up their personal aesthetics for the sake of comfort and ease. Putting together cosy and comfortable outfits doesn't have to include sweatpants and rubber slides. Editor and designer Anine Bing has perfectly executed the casual-chic style. From red sweaters to distressed jeans and patent leather boots, Anine gave us 2 go-to looks to recreate.


How To Effortlessly Mix Patterns Like a Fashion Editor

Le Fashion Blog Julia Sarr Jamois Pfw Checked Blazer Plaid Trousers Double Mixed Pattern Via Style Du Monde
Photo via: Style Du Monde

You don't have to have an editor's eye in order to pull off this seemingly difficult look. The trick? Stick to only two patterns and stay in the same color family as well as the same aesthetic. Super editor Julia Sarr-Jamois mixed the top patterns of the moment: checked plaids and tartans. She opted for a pink button-down shirt underneath and stuck to cohesive black accessories. See? That wasn't so hard.


Get This French Editor's Perfect Rainy Day Look

Le Fashion Blog Street Style Patent Leather Trench Raw Hem Straight Leg Jeans Black Leather Boots Via Harpers Bazaar
Photo via: Harper's Bazaar

With the freezing weather comes the freezing rain, and a simple sweater and jacket won't do, unless you don't mind a constant cold or sniffles. Vogue Paris' editor-in-chief, Emmanuelle Alt, was spotted wearing the perfect rainy day ensemble: an understated umbrella, a patent leather coat, black raw-hem jeans, and a sleek pair of leather boots.


A Casual Chic Way To Style A Printed Maxi Dress

Le Fashion Blog Fashion Editor Street Style Viviana Volpicella Bandana Neck Scarf Printed Maxi Dress Hermes Flat Sandals Via Style Du Monde
Photo via: Style du Monde

Fashion editor and stylist Viviana Volpicella shows us how to rock a printed maxi dress. She knocks it out of the park by pairing it with an on-trend bandana neck scarf and classic Hermès flat sandals. We've rounded up our favorite printed maxi dresses from the latest Shopbop sale. Shop them below...


How To Wear A Neutral Coat Like A Fashion Editor

Photo via: Style Du Monde

Barbara Martelo is one person we always love to watch during street style season. The fashion editor and consultant is known for her effortless, paired down style with a sexy twist. This time around, we are taking notes on how she styles a neutral coat along with a classic black top, grey raw-hem jeans, and suede ankle-strap pumps.

Get the look:
+ Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Sunglasses
+ Ganni Hawthorne Double Breasted Coat
+ Splendid 1X1 Crew Neck Tee
+ Citizens Of Humanity Girlfriend Jeans
+ Shoes Of Prey D'Orsay Pump


A Casual Chic Take On The Burgundy Sweater

Photos via: @sabinasocol

We recently came across this casual chic look from L'Officiel Paris' social editor Sabina Socol and just had to share. She shows us an effortless, comfy and super stylish way to wear an oversized burgundy sweater with the help of vintage raw-hem jeans and matching burgundy ankle-strap heels.

Get the look:
+ Subtle Luxury Life Double V Sweater
Trouvé Asymmetrical Sweater
+ DL1961 Patti Crop Straight Leg Jeans
+ Chloe Ankle Wrap Ballerina Pump
+ Sarah Jessica Parker Ingenue Pumps


A French Girl Approved Way to Style Outerwear

Le Fashion Blog French Girl Gray Coat Gray Scarf White Jeans Black Pumps Via Sandra Semburg
Photo via: Sandra Semburg

Achieve the french girl-approved look by pairing tonal colors together. This editor wore a gray coat, gray scarf and darker hued gray t-shirt with white jeans and black accessories. The matching colors bring this look together and give off sophisticated and classic vibes.

Get the look:
+ Tory Burch Round Aviator Sunglasses
+ Splendid Drapey Luxe Top
+ Cupcakes and Cashmere Levin Duster Coat
+ Paige Hoxton Ankle Skinny Jeans
+ Alexander Wang Trista Pumps


How To Wear A Military Coat Like A French Editor

Photo via: Collage Vintage

Géraldine Saglio was spotted in an incredibly chic take on the military coat that is perfect for fall and winter. The Vogue Paris fashion editor wears hers with a classic white tee, skinny black jeans, and classic cap-toe slingback heels.

Get the look:
+ Mango Military Style Wool Coat
+ Leah Double Breasted Military Coat
+ Cheap Monday Mid Spray Jeans
+ Pelle Moda Oasis Slingback Pump
+ Trotters Prima Pump


A Fresh Way To Wear Your Statement Sleeve Top

Le Fashion Blog Fall Editor Style Layered Look Sfw Eleanor Pendleton Sunglasses Sleeveless Blazer Blue Statement Sleeve Top Black Midi Skirt Leather Ankle Boots Via Refinery29
Photo via: Refinery29

Eleanor Pendleton was spotted in a fresh take on the statement sleeve top. The Australian blogger and beauty editor breathed new life into the piece by wearing it over a black midi skirt and layering on a minimal black sleeveless blazer. This outfit is great for the office and beyond.

Get the look:
+ Ray-Ban Classic Aviator Sunglasses
+ DRA Walt Vest
Club Monaco Plumina Off-Shoulder Top
+ Warehouse Fit And Flare Skirt
+ Kristin Cavallari Wedge Bootie