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In this latest episode of logomania...
Your panic over anything logomanic might have just cooled, and now you'd best be ready to rev it up again...this time up top. A monogram-splashed purse? A belt buckle bearing those revered, interlocked initials, whichever combo you prefer—pick from the usual Cs,
It pairs well with her athleisure pieces and streetwear-inspired outfits.
Liza Soberano is finally back in the Philippines after a successful operation on her finger injury in the United States. But of course, before returning home, the star didn’t leave without hitting up some tourist spots—and she had just the right accessory
It's so much more hardworking than you think.
The perfect travel buddy has quite a number of requirements to meet. Outfit-wise, it's got to be versatile, lightweight, and hardworking—something the bucket hat epitomizes. Didn't see that coming? Think it over: It's sun protection, an avalanche of style points, and a
Here's the hat you'll wear all summer.
The heat has us perpetually looking for some shade. This possibly led to the sudden rise of certain types of headgear, especially since they double as UV protection while giving your look that additional dose of cool. But if you're not part
Seems there's a lot we're blaming Marc Jacobs for this year. Apart from helping spur the return of the rugby shirt, the American label is bringing back another old, sort-of-dorky favorite: the bucket hat.Ready to go catch somethin'? Though it's also called
Mom jeans and more.
Like most things in fashion, trends are often fickle, changing faster than your twitter timeline. First, you see that pretty/ugly hat on the runway. Next thing you know it’s in every editor’s fashion shoot, and soon it’ll filter down through the department
Steal the accessory that was once meant for babies and fishermen. Wait, what?
Ladies, we're talking about the bucket hat’s return to the spotlight. The downward sloping sun hat has come a long way from its humble (and practical) beginnings in fishing boats and the babies section of the department store. From the likes of Barbara