Entrants are required to submit a 200 word piece of editorial on the latest trends and how to wear them, along with a photo of themselves that illustrates their own style. Entries will be judged by a panel of esteemed experts including: our expert style blogger Emily Seares of...

Take notes from wonderful Vanguard Blog writer, Ms. Victoria De La Camara, who's snagged herself a pair of Gap's Santorini Ikat Shorts. Though very flirty and fetching, these babies fall from the hip point, making them far more comfortable and versatile than too-tight hot-pants. Also, with a...

On its own, her shirt might have overtaken her small size, but we like how Amber tamed her Target turtleneck by teaming it with a dark blazer, belted winter white skirt, and black patterned tights. The result is a polished, pulled-together look that's perfect for work to...

Refinery29's editors will narrow the field to five finalists, who over the next several weeks will participate in a series of challenges—one challenge per finalist, from breaking fashion news to street-style stalking—which will be chronicled in video posts on Refinery29.com. Readers will be...

It's been a long time ago since i wrote an Editor's Note post and guess that now it's time for me for a come back. Today i am going to talk about a color. Black! Most of the people don't really believe that black is a color and don't even know what it is. Maybe a base, or maybe a symbol....

The New York Times has finally caught on to the flyness that is Street Etiquette, dubbing founders Travis Gumbs and Joshua Kissi online mavericks of black style: Author Jon Caramica writes, "The posts on Street Etiquette straddle the modern and the historical. Mr. Gumbs and Mr. Kissi, both...

Danielle: Dress: ASOS | Shades: Chanel | Wedges: Target | Watch: Michael Kors | David Yurman and JCrewBracelets Photo Credit: Miguel Emmanuelli The local Jacksonville style bloggers all joined forces and dressed up in white for a fun collaboration. Check out Haley from Sequins and Things...

From tackling New York Fashion Week to hunting down a vintage outfit for under $100, these bloggers combed their local streets to turn up the best resources and stories possible. Want to know how they did it? Just check out their videos after the break! Editor's note: To be fair to each...

In London, there are more style bloggers these days than we can keep track of. There are hundreds out there of note. They're changing the way we all approach shopping and fitting outfits together, and their population of followers continues to grow at a rapid pace. Style bloggers, the good...

Pushing the Boundaries of Black Style(IHT) "As opposed to the fascistically frozen street-style snaps of The Sartorialist and others, these pictures are styled and plotted fictions but also affecting ones, depicting a pair of young black men taking ownership not just of the body and what goes...

 

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