With all the cozy sweaters and thick knits to choose from for the fall and winter months, things are bound to get a little bulky. We like the slouchy look from time to time (and it's definitely useful after all those holiday parties!), but
We loved the lingerie-inspired looks that appeared on both the Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 runways, and we think there's no better time to try out the look than around the holiday season. But how do you wear sheer, lacy, and skimpy without
In keeping with our slight obsession with Where the Wild Things Are, we're currently a little in love with all things animal. This includes the Muppet, of course, though we're thinking more along the lines of some lovely leopard prints.
We've been spotting velvet here and there recently, and we think it's tres chic when it's done well. That means limiting the texture to one piece and going for subtler colors—or if you're not ready for an actual piece of clothing, you
Ruffian's design duo Brian Wolk and Claude Morais favor a cool aesthetic mix of Victorian, vintage, and vogue—which makes them a perfect pairing for Anthropologie's hip, retro vibe.
For Fall 2009, the designers have created both