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Safer than a dress, sexier than tee-n-jeans. Here's the suit that allows you to jump with a pow without showing your hoo-hah.
From fur to skin. From real to faux. From felt to look. No matter what, fashion has never looked by chic.
(I, personally, will never wear anything that has been alive. Just stating a trend. Go faux!)
the different shades of this royal color
Models march in with camouflage prints, army green, camel coats, strong armor, and strappy belts in action.
Designers have taken the war front to the runway.
When sick of the LBD, go for the LGD. The perfect transition between the black and the white, this nuetral tone can take you from day to night.
hey! who said daddy's blazer doesn't look stylish...
now seen... practically everywhere... ok... girls we admit it... boys won this time around... ^_-
menswear has now become womenswear... and probably for quite a while...
Who knew that graphic prints would become so loved that designers would use them on their masterpieces? But for someone who likes a bit of art on their clothes, it's not much of a surprise.
The only trend that can possible never go away... the good ol' jeans. Vintage, modern, structured, ripped, new, used, girl, boy... still the must-have basic everyone...must have.
The spectrum that everybody loves.
Now the perfect color that looks good on anybody.
Cue the collars, cue the tucked in shirt, cue the conservative lines. Designers steal ideas from everyday schoolgirls... with a badass, posh, downtown, uptown twist.
All too often, women of color are visibly absent in the fashion industry. Here's a short compilation of past and present beauties who have strutted their stuff on runway and inspired many.
F/W looks part 1
No Ordinary Fashion Show
Summer Essentials to Buy Now
Beauty Icon: David Beckham
New York Highlights: Fall 2013 Ready-to-Wear
The Style.com iPad App
2013 Spring Shopping Guide
Swatch Sponsored Lookbook
Best in Class
Lookbook: Best Accessories
Prints and Patterns
Attire to Inspire
Icons: Yesterday and Today