Day: April 23, 2021

Brides Still Want Their Dresses and Designers Are Designing

New York Luxury Bridal Fashion Week, held virtually April 6-8, proved that weddings, no matter how small or nontraditional, will still go on and brides want their dresses. “With more intimate gatherings trending, bridal fashion has to become not only beautiful, but wearable,” said Georgina Chapman, creative director and a founder of Marchesa. Whether classic ball gowns with side slits or short, lacy dresses, designers showed styles that resonate with today’s brides. Here’s a look at some of the looks that stood out.

This season, designers updated the traditional princess bride ball gown and made

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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas From Shop With Style


Host: Mother’s Day is coming up on May 9, and if you are looking for something special for Mom, lifestyle expert Amy Sewell is here with some ideas. Amy – welcome back!

Amy: Hi – it’s great to see you!

Host: I see some creative ideas there – including something that you say helps avoid “bed head.” That’s something I want to know more about!

Amy: If you are looking for something different than the traditional flowers and candy, I worked with several

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Grandmillennial style: Shop the new decor trend

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While the interior design world continues to be dominated by the farmhouse home decor trend mixing stark white, minimalist interiors with black and natural wood accents, another smaller trend has recently emerged, and to say it’s the polar opposite is an understatement. Meet grandmillennial style, aka “granny chic.” Boasting more than 43,000 posts under the #grandmillennialdecor on Instagram, the trend has amassed a vigorously devoted fan club. More proof: The search phrase “grandmillennial decor” is up 13 times since this time last year on Pinterest.

Marrying patterns and colors, textures and materials — and yes, even

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Why Fashion Is Embracing the Free-Spirited Mod Look After Lockdown

  • The sixties are back — the mod look is taking over the runway and TikTok alike.
  • Designers like Andrew Gn, Versace, and Courrèges have all recently embraced the rebel vibe on their runways.
  • Meanwhile, the micro-miniskirt has been making appearances on celebrities like Rihanna and Kendall Jenner.
  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Psychedelic tunes fill the air, the purple backdrop is a patchwork of colorful stars and planets, and a model bats her exaggerated eyelashes at the camera. You could be forgiven for thinking you were watching a vintage movie, but this YouTube video is the fall/winter 2021 runway

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Introducing The Carpentry, an Online Store Dedicated to Black Designers

Although Tiffany Fick and Kayla Turner are big fans of luxury products, they weren’t always satisfied with the high-end shopping experience. The Atlanta-based duo recalled the ways in which they felt uncomfortable and sometimes overlooked in major department stores, where Black designers and Black-owned brands were significantly underrepresented.

“As luxury consumers and Black women, the shopping experience hasn’t been very positive,” Fick told WWD. “Whether it’s going into Saks and having to hunt down people to help you, or not being able to find sizes that aren’t Eurocentric, there are some gaps. We want the community to be able

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How Guilty Should We Feel About Shopping?

It was Tuesday morning. My heart rate was up, I was giddier than I’d felt in months as I furiously refreshed the H&M site, waiting for the Simone Rocha collab to go live. Sitting in the candy-floss pink virtual waiting room—even as others were already posting their spoils on Twitter—didn’t feel like a chore. It was fun, in the way that taking your babysitting money to the pharmacy and blowing it all on glittery lipgloss used to be. It was deliberately hedonistic consumerism. The collection’s buoyant joyfulness spoke to everything I hungered for at the end of a pandemic winter,

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