Stacy London Tells Us What to Wear After a Breakup
Now that we all know what not to wear after a breakup (yoga clothes for a week, too tight tube tops, bangs) I wanted to explore what to wear in the days after a split. See, the next time I have a big breakup I want to be classy about it. I don’t want to send nasty drunken text messages and be the girl who flashes everyone in a bar. I want to craft a style that will allow me to look like a lady who is handling my breakup with grace and dignity. On the inside I may be a basket case, but on the outside I want to exude a beautiful calm. I am not good at exuding a beautiful calm even during the best of times, so I asked my friend, the stylist and fashion guru and host of the show What Not to Wear, Stacy London, how to dress for success in the days after getting dumped.
How I'm Making It: Nic Briand and Susien Chong of LOVER
Discovering Aussie label LOVER for the first time is kind of like meeting a new friend that you know you’ll have for life. Perhaps that’s because it’s
From Retro One-Pieces To Sexy Cut-Outs: 8 Swimwear Trends to Dive Into Now
Summer is here! Well, basically. Even though the season won't officially change until June 20, the weather--and our work ethic--is telling us that summer is already well underway. And we couldn't be happier. Obviously, the first order of business whenever summer rolls around, is making sure you have your new favorite go-to swimsuit on hand. Shopping for bathing suits isn't always easy--or fun--which is why we've gone ahead and done most of the heavy lifting for you. Click through to see the top swimsuit trends this season. We guarantee you'll find a suit that'll suit (ha) you.
The Top Ten Highlights From Rosemount Australian Fashion Week
Rosemount Australian Fashion Week has finally come to an end. With its close comes the promise of sleep, and many many clothes to covet in the coming months. Here's what we liked from the spring/summer 2011/2012 shows.
Rosemount Australian Fashion Week: Lover Celebrates 10 Years With a Runway Show at the Sydney Opera House
SYDNEY--There was much anticipation for Lover’s return to the runway after a five year hiatus from RAFW. In the last few years the label has become a cult favorite with loyal followers who build whole wardrobes from their understated, feminine separates and dresses. The fact that the label’s designers Susien Chong and Nic Briand chose to show at the iconic Sydney Opera House to showcase the collection that marks their 10 year-anniversary shows that they are ready to enter a larger stage and show the rest of the world what they can do. The show didn’t disappoint. It was, in a way, a collection of all of Lover’s signatures (lace frocks, minimal suiting and silk blousing) rolled into one but delivered with more precision than ever before.
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I Need, I Want, I Have to Have: Lover's Watercolor Silk-Chiffon Blouse
I'd say the number of silk blouses Leah and I have amassed over the last few months is pretty shameful, but that doesn't mean I don't want another. In particular, Lover's nude-y pink poet's blouse. It's simply ideal--I love the shape, the color, the way that it will look amazing with my grey leather leggings as well as a sleek pencil skirt. Lover's known for their incredible blouses, so this season is their moment. Hopefully they're enjoying it. Available at Net-a-porter.com.