Latest ATL Fashion
Hair Resolutions: Nina Dobrev Inspired. Is a new hairstyle on your radar for 2014? It should be. Whether it’s a dramatic cut, new color or fresh trim with layering, hair resolutions will lighten up your style and make you feel great!
GRAMMY 2014 Red Carpet: Best & Worst Dressed. We’ve rounded up all types of wardrobes from Sunday night’s awards and want you to weigh in below on the best and worst dressed of the 56th GRAMMYs.
Get Rachel Bilson’s Look: Snake Earrings. Bilson wore $24 snake–studded earrings on last week’s episode and I can’t get enough of them.
February Fashion: Kat Graham & Katie Cassidy Approved. Before you know it February will be here and let’s face it your wardrobe is probably hibernating (Mine is, I’ve been following an assembly line full of dull colors, big sweaters and comfy pants). It’s time for a change. Freshen up your wintery blues and fight those fashion scares with these items you MUST try
Winter whites graced the red carpet a lot this season and made the style arena interesting. “Reign” actress Adelaide Kane made it look effortless. Do you cheers or sneers her look?
Punch of the season – plaid! From making a big stance in the 60s, 80s to 90s, the patterned love is back and ready for trendy. Yes, we’re talking about that full-length plaid suit (inspired by Clueless) you still have hanging in your closet. Here’s an easy 1-2-3 to get you back into plaid shape!
The Queen herself owned it at The 2014 People’s Choice Awards with an all black, long-sleeved mid-length dress designed by Angela Dean. Her ensemble: simple & classy. A blend that looks all too well on her—we can thank her long time stylist Timothy Snell for the inspiration!
The CW vamp blondie visited Denver a few days ago and fronted the snow with a pair of fur-mazing ankle boots that are definitely WORTH mentioning. “The Vampire Diaries” actress wasn’t shy to show off that her cold ready and stylish outfit came from Hunter Boots and Spyder, more of the reason why those boots are a fashion fav. So, I went hunting for the same look for less.
Although the temperature keeps dropping, fashion should always stay hot (this principle I’m sure Carrie Bradshaw would approve of). So, let’s make sure our marvelous wear isn’t bulldozed by winter and take action. Here are a few must-have seasonal trends that are ALL under $25 (repeat: ALL under $25). These fabulous pieces will spruce up that wintry office outfit or spice up that bleak weekend ensemble that is bracing for the chill.