This winter is full of potential to serve up some fresh looks, but navigating all of the latest trends can be tricky. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of 3 coat trends to try and some tips for accessorizing them. First off, consider what type of coat you’re going to wear! Knowing what piece you’re styling around will be crucial to inform the rest of your styling decisions. For example, if you plan on dressing up a longer jacket, you would want all of your accent pieces to play into the shape and length of the coat; so if your coat is going to cover up your legs, then you might opt not to wear statement boots which would be hidden by the coat. If you’re struggling to decide what kind of jacket to wear, consider one of these!
The key fall/winter fashion item of the early 2000s is back, although this time around, uggs don’t look exactly like they used to: the Classic Mini Platform Boot, a two-inch platform version of Ugg’s signature boot.
By far one of the most controversial footwear items, along with the Crocs and the Birkenstocks, Ugg boots definitely have their set of haters, who swear they wouldn’t be caught dead in what they deem a predictable and hideous choice for winter.
On the other hand, there are others who find them cozy, irresistible, and chic when paired with the right outfit.
I used to hate classical music. Absolutely despise it. As a young girl, I always thought it was the most boring thing in the world. Plus, it didn’t help that my dad was an avid fan of classical music, and listened to it all the time. 9-year-old me just couldn’t stand it. I remember my dad taking me to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and trying not to fall asleep while I was there. Now that I’m older and the tiniest bit wiser, I’ve learned to respect classical music more, and have even gone as far as to make a ‘classical music’ playlist on my phone (I know, impressive right?)
Winter is gone and spring is finally here. For families and college students, this is the opportunity to relax and hit the beaches. Spring break is a popular time for young people to hit warmer destinations, but that doesn’t mean that COVID-19 has completely disappeared.
Two weeks of strong competition and sweat have passed. The Olympics are finally over. It brought a lot of heart and fun for those who are enjoying the competition in the Olympics. At the same time, the Olympics also brought political fights that later simmered down. The closing ceremony was held at the National Stadium in Beijing,
The Biden administration is distributing an additional $4.5 billion in funds to help low-income Americans cover heating costs during a second pandemic winter, AP News reports. According to a state-by-state breakdown that was released on Friday, cold-weather states will be receiving the largest share.
If you’re preparing for staying in style this winter, you might need to head out to the store and get stocked up. This year’s winter fashion requirements will not be met by last year’s collection. Here are 5 things to shop for.
As the year progresses, we start saying goodbye to summer days and hot weather, and hello to beautiful autumn days and cold nights. It’s time to leave behind the shorts and bathing suits and time to get the jacket and boots game on. Even though the pandemic had a hard hit to fashion weeks around […]
So now that it’s freezing outside, we can finally layer up and go crazy with different fabrics and designs! Before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s just check out a few things that are winter wonderland approved. Pull out the peacoats! This is a trend that will never get old. Peacoats allow you to keep […]