We all love a good heel, but sometimes our feet do not. Wedges are a great alternative to stilettos, as they offer both form and function. From shimmery snakeskin to firetruck-red, here's our top 10 wedges for spring. Experiment this season with new colors, textures, and height.
A marijuana brand out of California has introduced weed-laden flower crowns for this year's festival season, and it's brilliant.
Whatever, we know the '90s are long gone, but these fashion trends are here to stay. From crop tops to chunky platforms, we can't say "as if" to these 20th century style staples.
Can't differentiate between daith and conch piercings? No biggie. We've found some of the most popular ear piercing trends to help you figure out which pretty piercing you'll want to nab next.
We all have a go-to handbag, but one bag won't suit every occasion. Whether you're a handbag enthusiast or have been carrying the same purse a year (or more), we've rounded up some of our favorite styles from one of our favorite retailers, Last Call.
H&M's Coachella-branded fashion line is back, and this time they've enlisted the help of the supermodel sibling band The Atomics to create a festival collection you'll go nuts for.
The biggest problem with tattoos? Commitment. You're young; tattoos are forever. We get it. But every once in a while we are willing to bet you scroll through a dozen Pinterest boards of cute tattoos and wonder if you should get one. Or four. Luckily, there is another way. Henna tattoos have been around for more than 6,000 years and are cooler than ever. The tradition of letting a plant paste temporarily dye your skin and hair originated in Egypt and has left its mark on many cultures in the Middle East and India. Henna tattoos leave a stain that typically lasts between one and three weeks, depending on quality and after-care. Check out these seriously cool designs before your next henna sesh or henna DIY. Note: The henna tattoos in this slideshow that appear "black" haven't had the paste removed from the skin yet. Henna is never black, and anyone who uses "black henna" is using a paste that is toxic to your skin.