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Your typical jacquard fabric has a quilted, dense texture, and comes in a variety of subtle paisley or diamond designs. But don’t let the thick material or dated patterns fool you — jacquard is perfect for spring. It brings an instant elegance to any outfit, making even a $12 top look regal and expensive. Check out our favorite new jacquard... CONTINUE READING 5


If you were a kid during the 90s, you may remember jellies. The slimy, see-through sandals were the coolest accessory for a brief, shining moment in between grunge and flower-print maxi dresses. Now, designers like Burberry, Lanvin, Stella McCartney, and Valentino are revisiting the idea of transparent accessories, and let’s just say that your old jellies have gotten a pristine,... CONTINUE READING 13


Playfully girly lace graced the spring runways for designers from the Spring 2013 runways (above, left to right: BCBG Max Azria, Burberry Prorsum, Christian Dior, Elie Tahari), not to mention street style blogs (check out this adorable lace and leather combo on the Sartorialist, and this romantic black lace on Refinery29). We’re in a gotta-get-it-now mood, so we’ve dug up... CONTINUE READING 6


We used to think that satchel bags, with their boxy shape and short handles, were strictly for women who wore shoulder pads and power suits to the office. But clearly, our minds were still stuck in the ‘80s -- along with those shoulder pads. The new satchels come in bright colors (like Furla’s neon rubber versions) and smaller sizes (see... CONTINUE READING 20

Amanda Seyfried's

Whether she stole your heart as the dimwitted Karen Smith in Mean Girls or had you shamelessly singing along in Mamma Mia, the loveable Amanda Seyfried is out to wow you once again as Cosette in Les Misérables. To celebrate the film sure to snag some Oscar gold and the gorgeous blonde lighting up the screen in it, we're highlighting... CONTINUE READING 8

5 Cool-Girl Alternatives

Suffering from sparkly frock fatigue? Sure, we love a glitter-laden cocktail dress as much as the next girly girl, but even we're feeling the need to steer clear of the staling holiday staple this year. That's where these cool-girl alternatives come in—jacquard blazer, sheer panel pantsuits, peplum pencil skirts, tuxedo shirts and haute heels. And don't worry, even without those... CONTINUE READING 13


It's that time of year again—time to stock your closet with your loveliest, lushest looks of the season, simply primed to party time! To get you Girl Scout-style prepared for the many festive fetes that will be filling your calender these next few weeks, we've got plenty of haute party-ready finds, from festive frocks to embellished clutches, flirty fringe to... CONTINUE READING 15

Kiss Me For Christmas: 10 Mistletoe-Ready Lipsticks He'll Love

Christmas time usually means lots of unwanted calories and get-togethers galore, but if you are anything like us beauty-obsessed romantics, it's also kissing season as well. For all those smooches and make-out sessions underneath the mistletoe, here are ten lipsticks he'll absolutely positively love! Yagolicious Jazzy City Palette A seductive dark pout is still in fashion this fall-winter season, so gussy... CONTINUE READING 6

Tinsel For Your Closet, Not Your Christmas Tree

You've already decked out that tree with blinking lights, passed-down family ornaments and tier upon tier of tinsel, but now it's time to infuse your wardrobe with some of that same holiday spirit. Okay, so wrapping yourself up in Christmas lights is a tad overkill, but you can go to town with tinsel-festooned fashions for the holidays. From cozy 'n'... CONTINUE READING 2

Plaid Pieces That Cher Horowitz Would Totally Approve Of

Every girl who grew up in the '90s wished that she had the ah-maz-ing virtual closet Cher Horowitz plucked her fashions from everyday. Hell, it's been 17 years since Clueless came out and we're still jealous! But even though we can't have her computerized closet, we can infuse our own with a few choice pieces that the Beverly Hills shopaholic... CONTINUE READING 19