Asks: Would YOU wear these styles? L.

This is also a style that can be worked into any woman's existing wardrobe. (Who doesn't own black clothes and/or accessories -- besides maybe Anna Wintour?) Try this runway look for yourself with these squared styles for under $100.00. S.S.W. Asks: Will YOU wear the checkerboard trend? L.

I've been flipping through her posts for Bridal Guide Magazine, where she chronicled their journey to the altar, as I prepare to walk down the aisle this weekend. Join me in feeling a little nostalgic? L.

Not only does the magazine have pages and pages of bridal fashion, rings, accessories and more (some written by us), but it also boasts an interview with wedding gown designer Angel Sanchez and, as the cover reveals, a sit down with Kelly Rutherford! Don't have time to track down a copy?...

Try this style for yourself with these fabulous and under $50.00 options: L.

of Café Society XXI rocked her new Body Central's Crystal Accented Disc Earrings, which she won in ourgiveaway last week, on her blog today. Check out her full post here and stay tuned for more giveaways! Jackie

I've always been a fan of her chic style, and couldn't think of a better way to honor her than with a post celebrating her most iconic fashions -- her LBDs. Some of my favorite BAT-inspired designs come from Trashy Diva, a clothing store in New Orleans known for selling vintage and...

If you are new to , she has been chronicling her journey to the altar for Bridal Guide magazine's "Real Brides Speak Out" blog, and you can expect a full recap of the wedding ceremony and reception when she returns from their honeymoon (in Hawaii!). Until then, enjoy this teaser picture of...

Visit our new Urbantag page, and learn our "Best Stores for a Style Bargain" in New York City. And if you want more ways to save, check out our ongoing JewelMint shopping offer and Body Centralgiveaway! From now through March 31st, get 50% off your first JewelMint purchase with code NY1001,...

Although novel for this season's styles, butterfly prints are not new to fashion. Perhaps the most famous examples of butterfly-printed clothing are Elsa Schiaparelli's butterfly-covered evening dresses from the late 1930s, which may have been inspired by the three-color carbon transfer...

 

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