Gap's holiday campaigns never fail to get me excited for Winter dressing –– remember those commercials with the awesome dance routines? While this year's lookbook doesn't feature dancing models, it does showcase some pretty amazing layering pieces. I'm especially loving the focus on sequins and faux fur, and the cozy-cool Sherpa Moto Sweater ($128) has officially made its way to my wish list. Click through to see all the sparkly goodness and shop each look.
In terms of transitional wear, this bunch of sophisticated-cool J.Crew Looks We Love nails it. Sleek leather jackets paired with lean black pants, blazers tossed over luxe separates. Then, there are the colors to love: gray, cranberry, camel, and olive — all of our Fall favorites — piled up and layered on with sweaters and a taste of tweed. I know we've said it before, so forgive me for being predictable, but we're smitten with J.Crew. Click through for the nine looks we're crushing on for the chilly months ahead.
This Alice Hannah Knitted Headband ($24), for instance, will keep you from looking like a drowned rat, all while providing a pretty feminine touch to any ensemble. From the oversize and bedazzled to the downright dainty, here are a few fun finds that can take you from commute to office with ease.
Just because it's cold and rainy or snowing up a storm doesn't mean you have to look like a drowned rat while traveling to and fro.
Layered up in cozy knits, a taste of leather, and a slick pair of pants might just be my Winter uniform. Thankfully, Gap's Winter '10 collection is basically a how-to in dressing just this way: balancing chunky knits, slim pants, and leather separates — there's even room for ruffles. Just click through for a peek at the Winter collection and a look at how to style it.
Headed down the slopes this season? Fresh powder requires a Winter-fresh look, and thanks to the return of Topshop's SNO Collection, cozy-cute ski style is covered. With a Winter line of ski gear hitting stores and online Nov. 7, you can shop for everything from head gear, socks, and vests to the full ski suit, all retailing from $12 to $320 — on-trend, but totally equipped to take on the elements with the insulation, wind, and waterproofing you'll need to hit the slopes.
Johnny Ramirez makes it a point to get to know his clients' personalities up and down in order to give them the best hair color possible, and judging by this sexy photo, I don't think there are many of us that would complain about getting to know this celebrity colorist. Johnny recently started his own blog, Box No.216, where he plans to document color corrections on video, all while focusing on getting the effect of natural hair color. Earlier this week I talked to the friendly stylist, and now he's sharing with us some of his expert advice on getting the trendiest hair color now.
Photo courtesy of Tasya van Ree