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.
Every month we're pulling pre-owned luxury finds we can't get enough of. What's old is always new again with fashion, but you have to act fast because these deals sell faster than the blink of an eye.
From street style stars to the pages of our favorite fashion magazines, we can't seem to escape the trend that is micro purses. In the time we took trying to figure out how to fit anything other than our cell phone in these tiny little bags to toying with our emotions towards hanging up our favorite totes, designer brands have crafted up the perfect little (emphasis on the little) bags of our dreams and we're finally ready to hop on the mini bag bandwagon. Are you?
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Learning the rules of style you can (and should) break can boost your confidence and help you develop a chic look of your very own. Many fashion rules were designed for a different era, and these 10 outdated guidelines are ones even the world's most stylish women aren't afraid to break.
Jewelry designer Hera Arkarakas wants her designs to empower women. With afforadable pieces that are both classic and trendy, she creates designs that appeal to all types of women. Hear her thoughts on trends for 2013 and see some of her pieces below.
The Women's March was one of the biggest protests in U.S. history, but when one young girl couldn't attend, her family decided to form their own sister march with the help of her dolls.
Actress Amber Tamblyn Shares Tragic Personal Story After Donald Trump Condones Sexual Assault On Video
Women everywhere are outraged at the presidential candidate's leaked remarks, and thousands have taken to social media to share their own personal stories via the #NotOkay hashtag.
Ever feel like you've worn the same pair of jeans for the last month straight? Ever looked into your closet and found something adorable that you'd completely forgotten you owned? Ever felt like you were in a total style rut? Join the club. But it's the new year, and there's no time like January to bid adieu to the old and bonjour to the new. If you're looking to shake things up style-wise this year, here are six resolutions that will have you strutting your stuff by springtime.
The famed muppet is fronting Kate Spade New York's holiday line as well as introducing her own, and it promises to be nothing short of perfection.
It's time to retire your baseball cap. We've found a super chic new way to hide your bad hair days: a turban headband. A turban is a new take on the headband and this season's must-have hair accessory—perfect for a concert, the office, or even the beach. Here's how you can make your own DIY turban headband.
Bold jewelry pieces are still very much on trend, but you don't have to go broke trying to stay in style. Make your own statement necklace with this DIY technique that combines woven cord and bright, colorful beads.
The recent presidential campaign trail proved that the way women are viewed and addressed is in dire need of change, and artists Zoë Buckman and Natalie Frank have created an installation that shows how ingrained this ideology is in the political sphere--and why sparking a change is so important.
It has just been announced that the rockstar women of Star Wars are getting their own animated series and toy line come July 2017!
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.
Thanks to the wonderful world of DIY, you can take the choker trend and make it your own. This tutorial will show you how to make a one-of-a-kind necklace with crystal charms and lace.
Every wardrobe needs a solid pair of statement earrings. It's basically your secret weapon for sprucing up a simple look. Luckily, you can make your own head-turning jewelry with faux pearls and basic supplies.
Puma creepers never served, original packaging.
Veal sneakers with rhinestones Never worn because too big
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