Fashion Trends

7 Easy Ways to Wear a Shirtdress

It's easy to get in a creative funk when it comes to piecing together an ensemble—especially in the winter months. However, whenever you feel yourself sinking into an outfit hole, it's always smart to turn to Instagram, a place of bountiful fashion ideas that are sure to boost some great creative ideas. That's why we turned to the 'gram in search of cool new ways to wear a shirtdress , a year-round closet staple

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10 Winter Boots That Any Fashion Girl Would Be Excited to Wear

Even the most heel-happy girls have to admit, there comes a time when snow boots are unavoidable. Because as much as we love to wear cute shoes , we love not slipping on ice and twisting our ankles even more. To combat the fashion fear that can come with forecasts of cold winds and inches upon inches of snow, we're prepping the best way possible, choosing to be optimistic and think about the shopping such weather necessitates

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Kylie Jenner’s "Glam Room" Is Even More Impressive Than Her Closet

If you're one of Kylie Jenner's 126 million followers, you've probably caught glimpses of her insane handbag closet , which includes dozens of Birkin bags. But we hadn't gotten a full tour of Jenner's home until now, thanks to Architectural Digest 's new cover . Jenner graces the cover wearing a feathery Marc Jacobs dress in her living room, but a different corner of the house intrigued us the most: her dedicated "glam room." Given that she's made millions of dollars from her beauty brand, it's no surprise that she would create a special space in her home for doing her hair and makeup (or, probably more accurately, a spot for having her glam done for her)

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Emily Ratajkowski’s New $36 Bra Is So On-Trend

Thanks to her Instagram , Emily Ratajkowski is pretty much synonymous with swimwear and lingerie. Her brand, Inamorata , already sells EmRata-approved swimsuits, but the model and actress just expanded the label to include bras, tanks, and underwear. The best part? All of the pieces ring in at under $60, with most items hovering around the $30 mark.  Naturally, Ratajkowski models the pieces herself—inside an NYC bodega, no less.

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