Michelle Williams is often the darling of the red carpet,
and it was no exception on February 12th, when she arrived at the BAFTA Awards in
an elegant and simple champagne and black gown.
What was unusual was the name on the label of the dress. Known for wearing high-end designers like
Dior and Valentino, Michelle Williams stopped journalists in their tracks when
they found out the evening's attire was courtesy of H&M.
While I usually write about current fashion trends that I love and how one can achieve them for less, there are many current fashion trends that I wish would die. While some of these trends are fun, and some may be carried off by a few True Fashionistas, these trends in general are not flattering, not very wearable, and just need to leave the runway and the retailers.
Earlier in the week, Abercrombie & Fitch made the bold marketing decision to offer to pay Jersey Shore's "The Situation" to not wear the company's clothes on television. This may be the first recorded instance of reverse product placement.
Ah, springtime. Birds chirping, the trees budding, the sun shining. As the weather warms one thinks of barbecues, beach weekends, and showing more skin in warmer-weather fashion. It's time to ditch the boots for breezier footwear.
Here are the five must-have shoe looks for spring:
Spring is in the air: The days are longer, the birds are chirping, and we're switching from wool and tweed to cotton and linen. It's important to properly store your winter wardrobe so it maintains its quality and shape for when the cooler weather returns.
When I was pregnant, I swore I wouldn't sacrifice my style, or my budget for maternity clothing. I knew it would be possible to have some simple, flattering pieces that would be versatile and get me through nine months looking great.
Below are the top ten items I found necessary in my pregnancy wardrobe.