We're happy to report the midi skirt isn't going anywhere. Instead, the ladylike look is here to stay and wearable for a variety of occasions. Try it styled with a belted blazer for work and then with a motorcycle jacket for weekend (or a crop top, if you're daring). We culled the best street style images out there to bring you five unique looks, all ready for copying.
What's that? You're not a girly girl? Well, we think you're going to give in to pale pink anyway. Street style stars at fashion week are blowing our minds with all-new ways to wear the shade, from androgynous and anything-but-girly outfits, to quirky-cool accessories we've been pining after all day.
Step inside for six street style inspired ways to wear the shade and prepare for the ultimate sugar rush (minus the post-party crash).
If the term "bomber jacket" wasn't part of your lexicon last season, it most definitely is now! The lightweight topper has had a big moment, not least because of its status as a bona fide styling chameleon.
Street style stars worldwide have embraced the piece, proving that it can be worn with a casual look or something a bit more formal. Whether you're still shopping for the perfect find or simply need some fresh ideas on how to wears yours, we've got you covered. Or, really, Olivia Palermo, Hanneli, Garance, and company have you covered.
Waaay back in April, when Australian designers were debuting their Spring Summer 2013/14 collections at Fashion Week in Sydney, we predicted the top colour trends for the warmer months ahead. Now that Spring is in full swing, and Summer is creeping up too, it's time to revisit those looks and see what we can learn and apply (read: shop) to the new season.
We've already taken a good hard look at some of the stronger shades: emerald green, pale pink and fuchsia, and now it's time to take a virtual trip to fashion week and spotlight the other shades to wear this season, and see which designers are delivering them.
Every season there's the stuff you just can't survive (stylishly, that is) without. During Winter, you wouldn't catch us without a new pair of ankle boots, skinny denim and plenty of scarves to see us through.
And for Summer, the POPSUGAR editorial team have a handful of basics on our shopping list: sandals, flirty summer dresses, crop tops and colour-pop clutches. So refresh your wardobe for the warmer weather and head into the gallery to shop what we're coveting right now.
Could you wear leopard print for a week straight? If the looks were as cool as this celebrity style pack, we'd certainly vote yes.
The pattern has transitioned from wardrobe accent to full-fledged closet staple, so styling it up from day to night, Monday through Sunday is easier than you think. The proof is in the next seven pages — seven stars who make wearing the once-wild print nothing short of effortless and downright chic.
Click through for the inspiration, and if you want to wear your leopard print all week long, we won't stop you.
Here's the thing about Miranda Kerr — everything she wears, we want to own. And that includes her recent Ksubi denim skirt revisit. So don't by shy — in a season filled with skirts and strong '90s themes, it's only natural to expect this favourite to rear it's head. Miranda makes it all modern by adding a structured blazer and sheer shirt, perfect for cool Spring afternoons, or a simple white tee and ankle boots, which works year-round. Our favourite? Wear it with a striped tee and canvas flats for Summer weekends on-the-go.
Your personal style is exactly that: personal. But we're betting there's a celebrity style icon who is rocking the look too. Whether you're the kind of girl who rocks kicks with anything, or you're a perma-polished perfectionist, there's an It-girl who is working the trend this season. We have borrowed-from-the-boys style courtesy of Sofia Coppola, the ultimate city sophisticate wardrobe from Russian fashion darling Elena Perminova and more delightfully aspirational personal styles to identify with inside. Let's go!
An Hervé Léger bandage dress is all very well when the weekend rolls around, but Monday to Friday calls for a wardrobe all of its own. And unlike our cool-weather closets, meeting the office dress code and staying cool during Summer can be hard work. So to celebrate — and prep for — the impending arrival of the season of bikinis and strappy sandals, we've curated an edit of the top 10 wardrobe essentials every working girl should invest in.
We've thought of office-to-out solutions, the boardroom bodycon, ways to update a pencil skirt and the t-shirt you can totally pull off nine-to-five. All that and more, in the gallery.
If camo conjures up a fashion identity that's a little too tough-girl for you, then allow us to present five street-styled examples to the contrary. From Jenna Lyons's polished play that's begging to be worn at the office to a relaxed take that's perfect for your weekend routine, you don't have to be the utilitarian type to pull off this trend.
Read on for the proof that you really can have it any way you want it.
Camo at WorkYes, if you do camo the Jenna Lyons way, then you can absolutely tame the tough print for the office. Start with slim-fit camo trousers — the slimmer and more tailored the pant, the more polished your overall look will be. To juxtapose the utilitarian print, you'll need to add office-ready classics, like a crew-neck sweater and a pair of pumps — then sharpen the whole ensemble with a tailored suit jacket or coat.
Camo on WeekendsOn weekends, there are no rules, right? That much is true as far as our free time is concerned, but to keep the camo trend looking fresh, don't go too baggy or too disheveled. Take a cue from the street style, and add interest to your favourite boyfriend denim with a camo button-down or t-shirt.
Note: a pair of heels will give the result a fashion-forward, not sloppy, feel that's perfect for a night out, too.