There's a lot a girl can learn from Taylor Swift, like how to stay strong when an ex wants you back, and that being 22 is confusing but not bad. She's already the moral icon of the decade, and now we're adding style star to the list. We've compiled 10 of our favorite fashion lessons to learn from Taylor Swift, so turn up the tunes and get to shopping.
Daya by Zendaya is Zendaya's first clothing venture, and she's making her mark on the fashion industry in the best way possible. The line is reasonably priced, totally on trend, and practically everyone can rock a piece from Daya thanks to the brand's inclusive mission.
Have you dreamed of strutting down the sidewalks in red-soled Louboutins? Or do you wish you could channel your inner Carrie Bradshaw with a perfect pair of Manolos? Don't think their price point is out of reach, because you can get a pair of pre-loved discount designer shoes for far less than your rent check. Companies like ThredUP and Vestiaire Collective are making luxury shoes, handbags, and accessories more accessible to all of us.
Eva Mendes is synonymous with effortless style, and in this look, it's easy to see why. The best thing about her outfit? Almost everything is from New York & Company, where Mendes recently debuted her own line.
Celebrity and blogger style is to die for, but let's face it: Most of the time they're wearing brands that are far out of our price ranges. So what's a stylish girl to do? Enter in companies like ThredUP and Vestiaire Collective who are selling designer shoes, handbags, and accessories for a fraction of the retail price.
These movie-inspired dresses will make you feel like you waltzed straight off the movie screen. Be sure to check out our Disney-inspired prom gowns, too!
We love Nicky Hilton's leather look because every girl can wear this. All you need is a good jacket, some dark skinnies, and your favorite pair of sneakers. It's so easy that you might not need us. But if you do? Check out our product picks to get the look.
We're calling it: Lavender is the It color of 2018. Sorry millennial pink, but with pale purple appearances on Spring '18 runways from Tom Ford, Tibi, and Victoria Beckham (to name a few), it's hard to ignore the pastel-adjacent takeover. Lavender even has the Rihanna seal of approval, along with Black Panther lead Lupita Nyong'o and Grown-ish rising star Yara Shahidi rocking lilac gowns on the red carpet in full support of the lilac hue. What's not to love about a universally flattering shade that looks good with just about anything, with your favorite denim or a bold orange lip. If you're not ready to take on loud ultra-violet, then these lavender pieces are your in to one of 2018's top statement trends. Shop our fave lilac finds from athleisure essentials and spring maxi dresses all the way to standout shoes and boxy suit jackets.
Katy Perry's new shoe collection has a gorgeous pump named after Hillary Clinton, and you can bet nasty women everywhere will want a pair.
It's official: I was a hippie in my past life. And the feeling that I belong in the back of a VW bus with nothing but my guitar and love for the world only grew stronger as I flipped through these awesome pictures of celebrities decked out in their groovy Coachella wear. Even if you aren't into bohemian fashion as much as I am (which is definitely better for you bank account, so congrats), I guarantee you'll greet this freewheeling festival fashion with arms wide open. It's all about the love, people—all about the lace-wearin', belly-showin', bootie-sportin' love.