Trend Alert: Yellow
Posted 2 years ago by Amanda Raye
Yes, the color yellow. Yellow bags, dresses, pants and even hair. It’s the hot spring color — move over mint! Yellow is the perfect color to welcome into your wardrobe when spring arrives and everything starts to bloom.
Don’t just enjoy the sunshine, be the sunshine! Don’t think yellow is your color? Try incorporating a yellow bag or clutch instead. Emmy Rossum did a perfect job of adding a pop of yellow to her simple yet edgy outfit by adding an adorable yellow satchel from Kate Spade!
(Photo via Blooming Vogue)
Don’t have $395 laying around to purchase Emmy’s bag? Me neither. Luckily, H&M has come out with a yellow satchel (above) for their S/S season for only $30!
Have you incorporated yellow into your spring outfits yet? Submit your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org for a possible feature!
Back to School: 2011
Posted 2 years ago by Amanda Raye
These items are hot right now, and need to be on your back to school list no matter if you’re entering your sophomore year of high school, your senior year of college, or your second year of grad school! They’re great for all ages — so get shopping!
By: Amanda Raye and Van Crawford
1. Prairie/Lace-Up Boots
Why: They go with both pants and dresses and are perfect for all seasons. Definitely a Class-A upgrade from Uggs!
Blaise of http://blaiseruby.blogspot.com/
Try: Forever 21, Steve Madden, Western/Equestrian stores, Urban Outfitter, thrift stores, and flea markets.
Why: They’re classy, unisex and perfect for lugging both computers and books.
Sara of http://thelittlestoryteller.blogg.se/
Carolina Engman of Fashion Squad
Try: The Cambridge Satchel Company (about $70). You could also try Topshop, Urban Outfitters, flea markets and thrift stores.
3. Red Pants
Why: Like their blue cousin, they go with everything!
Try: Zara, H&M, Old Navy, Forever 21 and Macy’s for a pair under $40. If you live in/near NYC try Necessary Clothing in Soho.
4. Maxi Skirts
Why: They’re casual yet elegant and perfect for dressing up and dressing down.
Try: H&M and American Apparel.
5. Navajo-Print Shirts
Why: It’s a fun new trend that’ll go with past trends. Dust off your cowboy boots and moccasins!
Try: Forever 21, Urban Outfitters, Necessary Clothing and Mandee.
6. Barbie Pink Lipstick
Why: You’ll be everyones favorite fashionista. This color just oozes confidence!
Try: Sally’s Mini Lipsticks ($1), Wet n’ Wild ($1), Forever 21 ($4) and New York Color ($2) — Target, Walmart and CVS.
Why: It’s great for those in-between days; when it’s not cold enough to wear a jacket but you’re still kind of chilly. An instant it-girl piece. Loose the hoodie ladies!
Try: Zara, Forever 21, Topshop, H&M, Uniqlo and thrift stores.
Why: They go with everything! I always hoped they would come back in style. I used to have the hardest time finding shoes to pair with my vintage dresses. An amazing upgrade to the childish looking ballerina flat!
Try: Forever 21, Aldo, thrift stores, Steve Madden and Macy’s
Why: They’re for a good cause, and so much cuter than the everyday walking sneaker.
Try: www.toms.com ($54)
Why: They’re back for yet another season! Need a change? Try nylon leggings!
Try: Mandee, American Apparel, Rainbow, H&M, Wet Seal, Macy’s, and perhaps Forever 21.
11. Penny Loafers and Boat Shoes
Why: They’re great for both men and women! Loafer heels aren’t half bad either!
Try: thrift stores, Macy’s, Nordstroms, Target, Walmart, Call It Spring and Urban Outfitters.
12. A New Hairstyle
Why: It’s always great to start the school year with a new look. Add a silver blonde highlight, go red, add bangs, cut it all off…have fun! Just make sure you go to a professional.
What’s on your back to school list this year?