Outfit Trend: Clean Cut

Outfit Trend: Clean Cut

It’s all about the clean cut lines and simplified coloring with this outfit trend. Black and white from head to toe yet still keeping up with the chicness of colorful outfits. It’s just an example that color isn’t what makes the outfit chic, it’s really just the style of the clothes.

outfit trend: Minimalistic

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A long-sleeve contrasting collar dress like the one shown here from (Choies $53) exemplifies how a high end look can be pursued without any ornate details.

The clean cut chic black trim of tweet coat shown here from (Chicnova $75) really stands on its own as a fabulous piece to pair up with many different winter outfits.

The pom poms on this elegant cloche from (Bebe $31), gives it a winter feel and adds a sense of youthfulness to the outfit.

These chic tweed flats shown here from (Footzyfolds $59) make a great addition to your winter wardrobe as tweed is a trending fabric this season and are hard to come by in shoes.

Understated elegance is what this black and white flip organ bag shown here from (Choies $86) is all about.

Outfit Trend: 1920s Flapper

Outfit Trend:  1920s Flapper

The golden age for just about everything, including fashion, was definitely the roaring ’20s, and today, the fashionable styling from that era still inspires our clothing. Get these must-have items for an outfit trend that continues to trend through the years!

Trend Alert: 1920s Flapper

There has to be some kind of fur outerwear in order to really make this outfit, and this jewel-encrusted fur vest shown here from (Choies $59), is the perfect piece to represent such a classy and spirited decade.

A beautiful cloche, like the gold-banded one shown here from (Bebe $44), is a classic piece for this outfit that really represents the 20s well.

Form fitting dresses with fringe detailing like this gorgeous gray dress shown here from (Chicnova $53), is a modern twist to a throwback style, and a gold chain enhances the flapper style.

Jeweled flats like the ones shown here from (Footzyfolds $65), really match the time of the era of flashy jewelry and clothing.

A wool purse like the one shown here from (Choies $89), represent the high-end luxury style of this ’20s look.

Outfit Trend: Howlin’ Houndstooth

Outfit Trend:  Howlin’ Houndstooth

The houndstooth pattern can be seen everywhere this season on just about any type of garment. Check out these houndstooth must-have items to spruce up your winter wardrobe with this great outfit trend:

Trend Alert: Houndstooth

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Can’t go wrong with a snazzy houndstooth printed cabbie like the one shown here from (Bebe $29) this season; especially if you want to spice up an all black&white outfit!

A leather/houndstooth combo like the stylish peplum jacket shown here from (Choies $54), would give you MAJOR  style points this season!

A contrasting black leather collar with an all houndstooth printed gown like the one shown here from (Chicnova $39) makes a subtle yet very fashionable statement.

Houndstooth shoes are hard to come by, and when you do find a pair like these chic flats from (Footzyfolds $59), you’ll give every girl shoe envy!

A houndstooth accented dress with a dominant color figure like this ultra-trendy one shown here from (Choies $51), is a good stepping stone into the houndstooth print for those who aren’t ready to dive into a fully printed gown yet!


Outfit Trend: Vintage Cowboy

Outfit Trend: Vintage Cowboy

You’d probably never thought you’d see a high-fashion cowboy (or should I say cowgirl?), but some of the top designers adhered to this trend on the runway this season, so we’re showing you how to glam up your wild-wild west look!

outfit trend: Vintage Cowboy

A gorgeous shirt accented with a lace collar, like the one shown here from (Choies $38), is an essential part of this look as it creates the cowgirl vibe from the get go.

Trade in that wild wild west gun holster for something a little more chic but still rebellious like a small leather purse with some punk accents like the skull one shown here from (Choies $47).

Cropped trousers like these wonderfully chic ones shown here from (Bebe $95), are definitely another must on your check-off list to get this look.

A little suede can’t hurt you for this vintage cowboy look, especially if it’s on your shoes like these suede-top loafers from (Footzyfolds $65).

Add a touch of tough-girl style with bracelets like these studded/silver bunch shown here from (Stella&Dot $32).

Outfit Trend: 60s Mod

Outfit Trend: 60s Mod

The 60s were a time of great fashion revelations and now in the present day we try to recreate the good times had back then through the hip styling of that era. Check out these must-have items to get this look:

Trend Alert: 60s Mod

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There isn’t a better print that represents the age of the 1960s than the classic and oh so chic polkadots as represented in this beutiful polkadotted blouse from (Choies $34).

We’ve mentioned in previous posts that gold-chained strapped purses are the way to go, and when you pair them up with a quilt purse like the one shown here from (Bebe $129), you’ve got the ultimate bag this season.

Pencil skirts like the one shown here from (Bebe $125) are a fantastic addition to any fashionista’s closet, especially in the color black, because you can change up your look simply by just changing the top you wear.

Elegant quilted flats are pretty luxurious like the ones shown here from (Footzyfolds $65), and make a nice pairing alongside a quilted bag like the one in this outfit!

A round pair of shades like the ones shown here from (Chicnova $40) definitely completes this 60s Mod look!

Outfit Trend: Wide-Brim Hats, Belts & More!

Outfit Trend: Wide-Brim Hats, Belts & More!

outfit trend: Wide-brim hats, wide belts, and more!

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This beautiful drape front, chiffon cardigan shown here from (Chicnova $15) is exactly the type of multi-functional clothing piece you need this season that can be worn in many different styles depending on what look you’re aiming for.

Wide-brim wool hats like the one shown here from (Chicnova $45) can give off a “mystery women” vibe in best way possible.

The fall “long hair, don’t care” vibe can be applied to wearing long skirts as well, like the one shown here from (Choies $65) that has a gorgeous floral print that’s totally in-style this season.

Add the Midas Touch to your shoes and rock a pair of gold flats like the trendy one’s shown here from (Footzyfolds $55).

Accentuate your waistline with a chic wide-belt whose subtle details matches your shoes like the gold studded one shown here from (Bebe $39), and how it matches the gold flats!


Outfit Trend: Imperial Chic

Outfit Trend: Imperial Chic

The Imperial Chic trend takes a look back in the past for inspiration – and we mean way in the past like when the Roman empire was relevant. Gold, leather, and geometrical patterns and embellishments are the key elements in creating this trend, and we’ve listed the items found below so you can get this look for yourself!

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The eye-catching geometric pattern of the dress shown from (Bebe $139), in their new upscale line is the focal point of this look that asserts the imperial-style we’re looking to achieve.

The chic motorcycle leather jacket pictured above from (Chicnova $63), accents this dress beautifully, and since leather is a trending fabric this fall, it won’t be hard to incorporate this piece again in another outfit.

Studded items like this bracelet shown here from the ever-popular accesories store (Stella&Dot $59), have been seen all over the place, and accessories are a popular way to style the studs into your look.

A gold-chain strap like the one shown on this vintage leather bag from (Choies $112), is a must-have on any bag this season, and it happens to tie into this look very well.

You can’t go wrong with a pair of stylish gold sequin shoes shown here from (Footzyfolds $79), and with this look, it’ll further highlight any gold accents you wear.