For many of us the holiday season is a time of parties. And, of course, parties mean dressing up. For day three of the Twelve Days of Giveaways, we have a prize package that will help you add some festive flair to your wardrobe.
I recently wrote about accessories for Fall and the first one I featured was a leopard-print shoe. As I mentioned in the article, I have a pair of leopard-print pumps; they aren't the only cat-print shoes I own. Season after season I find that my cat-print shoes get more wear than my classic black leather pumps. They are a great way to spice up a simple ensemble, add depth to an outfit of black or neutrals, and look more fun and far less severe than black or brown.
Leopard print shoes can seem a bit wild for those who haven't worn them before. If this is a trend you would like to try but have some trepidation, it's a wise choice to start slow…and with a price that is low.
Below are some adorable leopard print shoes that are at an equally adorable price.
The world is gaga over Lady Gaga. Her outfits so outrageous during an award show that the costume itself deserves an award. You can catch a small glimpse of her face through the crazy mix of carnival masks she wears. And her hair, it's so um…wait, has anyone seen her real hair? She wears wigs, lots of them.
Help her out, which wig do you think would look best on Lady Gaga from Vogue Wigs?
One thing I got out of watching the Royal Wedding on Friday was a major desire for a chic chapeau. Hats and fascinators are wedding attire must-haves in the UK, but over the past couple of seasons have started to become a trend in the US. After William and Kate's event this past week, I believe they will be more on trend than ever. Why let all the Brits have the millinery fun?
Here's your guide to hats, fascinators and fabulous fashionable millinery!
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:
This time of year is hard for a woman's wardrobe--one day it's so warm you could wear sandals, the next day you need to pull out your boots and parka. After a long, cold winter the last thing you want to do is wear any more wool, but you'll freeze (and look a bit ridiculous) if you start donning the capris and sundresses.
How do you gracefully transition your closet from winter to spring?