Tag Archives: fashion trends

9 Pieces Required to Pull Off Streetwear in 2019

In the fashion world, the word " hypebae" has become synonymous with cool women’s streetwear. There’s no question that hypebaes are arbiters of all things cool. A hypebae's Instagram is a steady stream of the latest sneaker drops, a high dose of logo pieces, and the most noteworthy street style looks from across the globe.

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Meghan Markle and I Agree That This Controversial Trend Is Cool

It’s no secret that I’ve yet to (and likely never will) hop on the Meghan Markle bandwagon. Like I’ve said before, she’s fine and all, but of all the royals who’s style we stalk on a weekly basis, she’s just not my favorite . That’s why, when I recently noticed her step out in a pair of rather forward (and somewhat controversial) cow-print heels —a bubbling print trend I had already been planning to write about—I was admittedly taken aback.

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70 Years Later, This Engagement Ring Trend Is Still Going Strong in Hollywood

We may talk about the engagement ring trends that have fallen out of favor or the trends currently in high demand, but if you're feeling a bit of fatigue at the thought of an engagement ring that's less than timeless, this should serve as a bit of respite. Despite dozens of engagement ring styles and stone cuts, there's one detail that Hollywood's stars have favored for almost 70 years—from the 1950s to present day

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The 7 L.A. Brands I Always Get Compliments On

Over my six-plus years at Who What Wear, I’ve shared nearly every aspect of my wardrobe, from the lingerie trend that weirdly makes me happier to how I make fast-fashion finds from places like Forever 21 look expensive . I’ve also listed the Midwest trends I’d still wear as well as the pieces I’d prefer to leave in the past . Today, I’m adding to the list and sharing the brands I wear on repeat since moving to the City of Angels.

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12 Self-Tanning Secrets From the Woman Who’s Seen Hollywood Naked

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Last Spring’s $46 Zara It Shoes Are Back (and Look Much More Expensive)

Why are you so good to us, Zara? Is it because we give you all of our money? (We'll go with that.) Anyway, leave it to Zara to get better and better every season, and that's exactly what it's done with spring 2018's It shoes: these $46 leather crossover sandals

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4 Maximalist Makeup Looks We’re Obsessed With—And the Clothes to Wear With Them

I don't believe in New Year's resolutions, but I did set a few goals or challenges for myself in 2019, which I seriously hope will come to fruition. One of which has to do with my makeup aesthetic. I can't help it

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3 New Trends From the Copenhagen Brand Everyone Wants to Wear

Cecilie Bahnsen 's signature cloudlike dresses have made her the darling of  Copenhagen Fashion Week , an increasingly important part of the fashion calendar, so I was more than a little excited to see her creations up close and personal.

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The Latest It Accessory Has Nothing to Do With Fashion

If cannabis isn't already part of your personal wellness routine but you’re someone who deals with day-to-day stress and anxiety (don't we all?), this may be the one thing that's missing from your wind-down routine. If you're just starting to edge into the big wide world of weed, then Canndescent is where you want to start: The brand offers quality cannabis grown in a controlled environment, meaning you’ll have the same experience each time you use its products. For first-timers and also for those who appreciate the packaging of the products as much as the product itself, the brand just launched their new  Stylus vape pen, which looks like chic white tubed lipsticks. The vape pens offer you the same effect via oil, without the hassle or smell of smoke

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The 2019 Version of "Ugly" Sneakers Have Arrived

In 2017, we saw the rise of “dad” sneakers , and last year, chunky sneakers arrived as the latest “ugly” shoe style on the fashion scene. Now that 2019 has arrived, the platform sneaker trend is taking over

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