Whether as a removable option or as a blouse for layering, a bold collar will give even the simplest black turtleneck a big personality.
This would be my ideal "back-to-work" outfit.
The Duchess of Sussex is an expert at tonal dressing.
These aren't just for tourists and wilderness dads anymore.
They add an instant dose of cool — and practically go with anything.
Plus, Louise Trotter steps down as creative director of Joseph.
Find out exactly what she wore during her latest outing with Prince Harry.
Chic and cozy: an unbeatable combination.
Taking fuddy duddy, traditionally American things and turning them into high fashion seems to be a budding trend. (See: Glamping.) The latest target of the luxury fashion world's makeover is everyone's favorite holiday tradition: The Christmas Sweater. Somewhere between classy (as defined by Derek Blasberg) and campy (as defined by Corky St. Clair) is this list of Christmas sweaters from big name designers like Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs. It's the best new mix of high and low, plus you'll probably wear these Christmas sweaters again, as opposed to the one your mom made you with yarn and a hot glue gun. (Sorry, Mom!) Check out the festive options available for Christmas and get in the holiday spirit!
Outfit # 8: Kate Middleton landed in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island yesterday, wearing a lovely shell-colored Joseph shift and pale pink tweed jacket. The duchess looked fantastic, but can we just talk about the fact that William hasn't changed his suit? Perhaps he should switch to something lighter when he gets to Los Angeles? Maybe tan? Or seersucker? For more on Kate's Canada outfits, click here.
Last year, I bought a lovely and warm quilted parka from Uniqlo. And I only wore it once. Why? Because it was ugly. Unless you're someone like Sally Singer--who can pull off a floor length version with aplomb--or you've scored one of Norma Kamali's classic sleeping bag coats, quilted parkas are a bit hopeless. At least when it comes to looking "put together." Enter the military anorak. Guys have been wearing these pumped-up versions of your fall army jacket for seasons upon seasons, but this is the first year that I've found several warm styles for women. I'm going with Relwen's version--it's really, truly warm and won't break the bank at $500. (Yves Salomon's version will, but it's is an investment piece. As in, you're investing in your health by keeping warm this winter!) Click through for this season's top anoraks.