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Outfit of the Week: Aug 24th

Courtesy of the Lush to Blush blog
Courtesy of the Lush to Blush blog

The summer is coming to an end so quickly! It’s time to wear your white summer dresses a few more times before the Fall. This week’s outfit of the week goes to a look featured on the Lush to Blush blog. Megan looks absolutely stunning in a minimalist white summer tank top dress and a blush pink purse. Her neutral-colored high heel sandals are feminine and chic, and go perfectly with her soft summer look. When you’re looking for a casual and elegant summer outfit, keep your jewelry minimal. Megan wears a subtle gold necklace and gold bracelet. Ready to rock a white outfit in the few weeks before summer ends? Check out the outfit featured below to see how you can get a similar look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

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Created with the StyleChat App

Dress: Farfetch ($100.00), Clutch: New Look ($9.42), Shoes: Steve Madden ($79.95), Necklace: Nordstrom ($68.00), Bracelet: Kate Spade New York at Nordstrom ($58.00)

Outfit of the Week: Aug. 17th

Courtesy of the Cheetah is the New Black blog
Courtesy of the Cheetah is the New Black blog

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a look featured on the Cheetah is the New Black blog. Alicia bridges the gap between summer and fall by wearing an elegant white summer dress and pairing it with a chic fringed black leather jacket for fall. Her black leather sandals go perfectly with her leather jacket. This black and white look is given a bit of intrigue with a pair of bold brown cat-eye sunglasses and a simple gold necklace. You can sport this outfit by day or night! Check out the image below to see how you can get a similar look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat App
Created with the StyleChat App

Jacket: IRO at Madison Los Angeles ($695.00), Dress: Topshop at Nordstrom ($58.00), Sunglasses: Valentino at Neiman Marcus ($326.00), Shoes: Via Spiga at Bloomingdales ($205.99), Necklace: Madewell ($38.00)

Back to Basics: How to Style your White T-shirt

Some days we look for crazy, colorful tops to add some cheerfulness to our look, but other times we want that simple and comfortable, easy to match white t-shirt. A white t-shirt does not have to be boring. Some of the hottest celebrities are using their white t-shirts as a fashionable staple. An article on WhoWhatWear gives us examples of ways we can turn our basic white tees into versatile, stylish statements.

Get a sleek, sophisticated look by pairing your white t-shirt with white pants, a white trench coat, and neutral-colored accessories. Get the most out of all your white clothing while summer lasts!

Photo Courtesy of GG/Fameflynet pictures, Featured on WhoWhatWear
Photo Courtesy of GG/Fameflynet pictures, Featured on WhoWhatWear

Want to make your white t-shirt a bit more edgy? Pair it with your favorite moto-jacket and a chic black skirt like Jessica Alba did in the picture below.

Photo Courtesy of INFphoto.com, Featured on WhoWhatWear
Photo Courtesy of INFphoto.com, Featured on WhoWhatWear

If you’re going for a more laid back look, you can’t go wrong with pairing your white t-shirt with a pair of ripped skinny or boyfriend jeans, and a pair of statement high heels. The jeans keep the look relaxed while the heels give it a feminine, stylish touch. In the summer, wear your favorite pair of open-toe strappy sandals and in the winter, rock your hottest colored booties.

Photo Courtesy of Splash News, Featured on WhoWhatWear
Photo Courtesy of Splash News, Featured on WhoWhatWear

For a more professional and put-together look, pair your white t-shirt with a blazer and skinny jeans. Make the look fancier with cool bangles, a pair of chandelier earrings, and a pair of round, oversized sunglasses.

Photo Courtesy of KHAPGGSplash News, Featured on WhoWhatWear
Photo Courtesy of KHAPGGSplash News, Featured on WhoWhatWear

Last but not least, Chrissy Teigen looks delightfully sophisticated and professional in a white t-shirt that she’s tucked into a pair of skinny jeans. Her kimono jacket and stiletto white pumps give her look an extra touch of maturity and poise.

Photo Courtesy of XPX/Star Max/GC Images, Featured on WhoWhatWear
Photo Courtesy of XPX/Star Max/GC Images, Featured on WhoWhatWear

Hopefully all of these looks have inspired you to have fun styling your white t-shirts! We want to see your style creations. Follow us on Instagram and share your white t-shirt looks with us!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Outfit of the Week: July 27th

Courtesy of the Style Elixir Blog, Click to Original Post.
Courtesy of the Style Elixir Blog, Click to Original Post.

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a casual and chic look featured on the Style Elixir blog. This season it’s all about the white skinny jeans. Lauren rocks this trendy item with a light-washed blue denim blouse and a pair of sky-high beige pumps, but it’s the accessories that make the look stand out. Her brown leather clutch matches beautifully with her brown cheetah print belt. She gives the outfit extra character with her statement blue Ray-ban aviators and white nail polish. We love this look because it combines light summery colors with bold accessories! Check out the outfit below to see how you can get a similar look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat app
Created with the StyleChat app

Top: Mango ($29.99), Jeans: Articles of Society at Nordstrom ($54.00), Clutch: Aldo ($40.00), Sunglasses: Ray-Ban at Bloomingdales ($170.00), Shoes: Charles by Charles David at Macy’s ($109.99), Belt: Ralph Lauren at Saks Fifth Avenue ($295.00), Watch: Bulova at Kohl’s ($125.00), Nail Polish: essie at Kohl’s ($8.50)

 

Outfit of the Week: July 6th

Courtesy of the Retro Flame blog, Click to Original Post
Courtesy of the Retro Flame blog, Click to Original Post

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a look featured on the Retro Flame blog. Erika combines casual ripped skinny jeans with a loose-fitting green tank top and a black blazer for the perfect combination of relaxed and sophisticated. Her black sunglasses, handbag, watch and shoes all match beautifully with her black blazer. Her big bold cat-eye sunglasses give the look an extra glamorous touch while the small handbag and simple leather high heels add a subtle classy element. Check out the outfit created below to see how you can get a similar stylish and chic look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat App
Created with the StyleChat App

Top: Shoptiques ($183.00), Blazer: Elie Tahari at Bloomingdales ($525.91), Jeans: Nasty Gal ($68.00), Handbag: Rebecca Minkoff at Bloomingdales ($297.31), Sunglasses: Jimmy Choo at Nordstrom ($285.00), Watch: Daniel Wellington at Nordstrom ($199.00), Shoes: Steve Madden ($90.00)

Outfit of the Week: June 8th

Courtesy of Penny and Polaroids, Click to Original Post.
Courtesy of Penny and Polaroids, Click to Original Post.

This week’s outfit of the week goes to a sexy look featured on the Penny and Polaroids blog. Nuala looks très chic in a classy black off-the-shoulder dress. Her bold cat-eye sunglasses give her that lovely Hollywood glam style. She dresses up the look with a trendy pair of grey fringe high heels.   She lets the dress and sandals do all the talking by keeping her jewelry simple and subtle! A simple watch, bracelet, and necklace will keep the look classy without taking any attention away from the bold statement pieces! Check out the outfit featured below to see how you can get a similar look!

By: Jaclyn Parker

Created with the StyleChat App
Created with the StyleChat App

Dress: Express ($35.94), Shoes: Steve Madden at Lyst ($129.00), Watch: Daniel Wellington at Nordstrom ($199.00), Sunglasses: Marc by Marc Jacobs ($120.00), Necklace: Bloomingdales ($50.00), Bracelet: Michael Kors at Bloomingdales ($145.00)

Comfortably Ugly. The New High-Heeled Fashion

Christian Louboutin once said, “High heels are pleasure with pain,” and I am sure many women would agree with him, yet they are still willing to withstand the ache if it means looking fabulous. I know I would!

Today, the 4-6 inch heels are no stranger to modern women, but it doesn’t stop there. From wedges to flats to tennies to sandals, women have a wide variety of shoe options.  Unlike excessive shopping, no one can blame you for needing those perfect heels that scream, “I am a strong business women!” while still rocking a fresh pair of tennies the next day to run some errands. For whatever occasion, you can find the perfect shoe to pair with any outfit.

In Jennifer Weiner’s In Her Shoes, the character Rose Feller says, “When I feel bad I like to treat myself. Clothes never look any good, food just makes me fatter. Shoes always fit.” Now who can argue with that logic?

Just like the way fashion trends constantly change, shoe styles seem to be doing the same. Carolyne Zinko, in her SFGate article, introduces the “flatform shoe.” Shoe companies who specialize in comfort, such as Birkenstock, Teva, and Mephisto have designed these shoes to be “ungainly, clunky, and downright ugly,” says Zinko.  They were not meant to be associated with the idea of “sexy.”

Photo Credit: Catwalking, Getty Images
Photo Credit: Catwalking, Getty Images

Today fashion is gearing towards comfortable clothing, meaning a more loose and casual attire. In order to keep up with this downplayed clothing style, high-end fashion houses took the idea of the clunky shoe and dressed it up with patterns, metallics, and other dressy materials to produce a new high-fashion shoe.

Zinko talks about the wavering opinions on the new style, saying that some stylists are quick to say it’s a fashion don’t, while others think it is a great new idea that will satisfy the tastes of this generation’s consumers.

While I wouldn’t mind having a high-fashion sandal in my closet, I don’t think I will be open to wearing that Dior high-heeled sports pump any time soon.

The option of having a pain-free shoe that is easy to put on and take off, sounds like a great idea that will most definitely target a more laid-back consumer. However, it is questionable how many women will be willing to say no to those stilettos. Would you?

By Marissa Mariscal