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Look chic with minimal effort!
When you’ve got different Christmas reunions lined up with different groups of people, knowing what to wear can prove to be quite the dilemma.But it's your lucky day because celebrity stylist and fashion icon Liz Uy gave out a pretty simple idea if you
Live the plush life.
Velvet may be one of the plushest, most decadent fabrics, but that doesn't mean you can't take it beachside! The trend's trickled down to the seashore, and it's promising to be your new favorite companion—don't believe us? Scroll through our top 15
These stars have caught the velvet fever!
Velvet was, hands down, one of the biggest trends of 2016. As seen on the runways of Alberta Ferretti, Giorgio Armani, Valentino, and many other designers at Fashion Week from New York to Paris, the luxe texture has successfully broken free from
Get ready for some showstopping velvet suits.
First came the velvet dresses, tops, and bottoms. Then we saw the influx of velvet accessories. But who knew we could wear the then-dreaded fabric to the beach?IMAGE TrianglFamous for their neoprene bikinis, Australian swimsuit brand Triangl just released a line of
Gear up with this luxe cover-up!
Luxury and athleticism are a match made in heaven with the velvet bomber jacket. And with the athleisure trend's obvious plan to stay, this stylish cover-up is the perfect compromise. Shop the season's style oxymoron below!IMAGE Miss SelfridgeMiss Selfridge Black embroided velvet
They're so plush!
In case you missed it, Rihanna's Fenty Puma Creepers recently won 2016's Shoe of the Year at the Footwear News Achievement Awards. Needless to say, the famous kicks have been endlessly sold out everywhere, but the hype is only about to get even more
Mix and match on a whole new level.
Every fashion girl probably has something velvet, metallic, or tulle in her closet by now. Problem is, these fun textures are often styled with basic items that don't bring them up to their full potential. And of course, when you invest in
Because velvet isn't just for formal wear.
Velvet is a fabric that's often overlooked, perhaps because of its synonymity to formal wear and the holidays or because of its perceived heaviness and lack of breathability once worn. But once you master the art, styling velvet will be such a
Add some plush and lush to your outfit!
As the Ber months kick in, no other fabric can spell out the holiday better than velvet. The opulent fabric is best suited for evening wear, rather than your usual eight-to-five working time, and certainly not amid the city heat. But lucky
Inject velvet pieces into your everyday wardrobe.
The colder months are up ahead and we are ready to bring out our Fall staples... all interpreted for our weather of course. One of the big international trends was velvet; it's been showing up on the runways even in past seasons,
The launch of the annual exhibit.