Wear over your pajamas now and as a playful top later.
Every month the fashion experts at ShopStyle highlight their top 50 styles for the month, and this month they are focused on Spring's newest arrivals.
International Women's Day calls for us all to be #EachForEqual. ShopStyle, the world's leading fashion and lifestyle shopping platform, agrees equality is not a women's issue, but a community issue. In support of International Women's Day on March 8th, ShopStyle is excited to partner with thousands of influencers that are powering their passion, alongside leading retailers on the forefront of change for women's empowerment and sustainable practices, and brands who are supporting the movement, to help further this message.
ShopStyle is the smartest way to shop for luxury fashion. You can search thousands of brands and retailers and find exactly what you're looking for, all in one place. Then favorite those items and set sale alerts for the fashion pieces you want to buy for the season. That's why we are using it to find, save and shop all our favorite looks for Spring.
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As influencers continue to have growing lucrative platforms and partnerships with brands, social responsibility can't be ignored.
While sitting front row, shooting street style and wearing multiple outfits per day may seem frivolous, it's all part of a lucrative strategy — for both influencers and the brands with which they partner.
Oftentimes the simplest solution is the best solution.
Our ideal candidate has excellent writing skills, is Internet savvy, can spot trends in the making, and has a passion for shopping and fashion.
The sun is shining, the sky is blue and Miranda Kerr is throwing clothes around her immense and beautiful living room.
E-commerce site of all kinds have a new focus: mobile. One need only look at a few stats to see why. For instance, according to a report by Mobify, mobile web adoption is growing eight times faster than web adoption did in the 1990s; mobile traffic now accounts for 15% of all web traffic; 90% of people move between devices to accomplish things; U.S. mobile commerce sales hit $24.66 billion in 2012, up 81% from 2011; and 58% of consumers in North America now own a smartphone. Mobile commerce has become especially important for fashion retailers.
I do 85% of my shopping online. Mostly because I sit at a computer all day and it's a convenient procrastination tool. But also because I know exactly what I'm getting. I can visit a website and find the exact item in the exact color in the exact size and order it instantly. At least that's how I felt a few weeks ago, when I started searching for a pair of not-too-pricey pale pink jeans. However, the experience made me realize that sometimes, getting off your butt and visiting the mall is just easier—and that there needs to be more of a connection between online and offline retail.
If you've typed www.fashionologie.com into your browser over the past week, you might've been surprised by where you ended up. That's because PopSugar, the company that owns Fashionologie, as well as ShopStyle, FabSugar and 12 other fashion, health, celebrity, shopping and fitness sites, has rebranded. Why the drastic change in strategy? I talked with Lisa and Brian Sugar last week about the new face of PopSugar.
From Luckymag.com to Style.com, plenty of fashion editorial sites have experimented with e-commerce. Mostly by linking directly to online retailers th