By Lori Keong If you haven't noticed, everyone is dressing like they belong on ...
About two weeks ago I was standing in line on Lafayette street in New York. As most of my close friends know, I hate waiting in line.
Over the course of the past couple of seasons, designers have adopted and repurposed the logos, shapes and motifs of the athletic, outdoor-wear of our youth into edgy, stylized designs.
Is anyone else obsessed with grey tones? I know I am. Grey is the new black. This color is taking over my closet and I can't seem to stay away. Here I paired my newest skinny jeans with a grey longline slit t-shirt.
I love fall (my favorite season) and although it doesn't feel like fall here in Florida, I still took advantage of the somewhat not-so chilly night to rock my over-the-knee black boots.
If you've ever witnessed street style first hand, I'm sure it's an image that sticks out in your collection of fashion memories. Street style is very hit or miss. You can either pull it off or you can't -- however, I do have a lot of respect for anyone who has the courage to try it.
Transitioning into fall with this 90 degree weather in Florida can be a little challenging... it was movie night so I wanted to be comfy, and decided to wear my white ripped jeans, after Labor Day (totally breaking the rules) but it's completely ok to do so.
Well, Hello September! As fall approaches, I took advantage and decided to take my favorite purple ankle boots for a walk. I paired them with this colorful floral print blazer (which has been sitting in my closet since last summer) and these supper skinny grey jeans, to balance the outfit out.
There's another, equally stylish side of the pop icon, and anyone who visits the 33-year-old's Instagram or website will notice: Recently she has been upping her fashion game with seemingly impromptu shoots no matter where in the world she happens to be.
As gender fluidity has become increasingly visible on runways, men's fashion seems to have become more relaxed and even playful: At New York men's fashion week, Orley showed crop tops for men, and Coach introduced fuzzy shower slides.
Have you ever admired the shade of lipstick the girl sitting across from you on the subway was wearing? Or secretly envied the perfect fishtail braid on the woman who just whizzed past you on her bike?
I have always dreamed of going to N.Y.C. Fashion Week, and while I have had opportunities to go, the scheduling Gods have just never been with me on this one. The second best thing to being there is to live vicariously through Tommy Lei of My Belonging.
You won't believe how much production goes into hosting and directing a good street style video. I've spent countless of hours on YouTube watching m...
Great style is what one would expect during New York Fashion Week, but there are always a few select people who raise the style bar year after year. Karolina Kurkova is one of those people.
It's just so delicious. Plus, bacon and jalapeños improve almost everything.