Jumpsuits are hard to pull off, both literally and figuratively: It's tough to find one that fits properly and doesn't make bathroom runs into an ordeal. So when the Inès de la Fressange for Uniqlo collection came out with a navy-blue boiler suit, we were all a little skeptical. But also intrigued — Uniqlo's done a great job of capturing Inès de la Fressange's classic Frenchwoman chic, and who doesn't want to look like a Parisian motorcycle technician? So five of the Cut's staff, all women with different tastes and body types, decided to take the suit for a spin. Scroll down to see how it went.
Without fail, every fashion show season throws up an It item, something that's spotted on every major street style star out there.
This time it's Vêtements denim. We've seen them on everyone from Miroslava Duma to Camille Charriere.
What's so special about these jeans, noticeable for their raw, stepped hems?
Diego Zuko is tracking the fashion set's best street style looks outside the Fall 2016 collections.
As Fashion Month heads to its final stop in Paris, Diego Zuko is tracking the fashion set's best street style looks outside the Fall 2016 collections. Plus, see the best street style moments from Milan Fashion Week, London Fashion Week and New York Fashion Week.
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By Diego Zuko
Source - http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/street-style/g6943/paris-fashion-week-street-style-fall-2016/
The February/March Fashion Month season may not be the most pleasant for those who have to schlep between shows in inclement weather, but in terms of street-style inspiration, it does make for a great place to find layering ideas to get you through those awkward months between full-fledged winter and sunny spring. So far, we’ve spotted dresses over pants, short sleeves over long, and thermal turtlenecks aplenty—not to mention a ton of color and texture combos we’ll be cribbing at home.
Chunky sweater + lace blouse = textural magic when you roll up your sleeves.
Charting the hottest blue-jean accessories.
Chanel bag, $3,200, 800-550-0005
Stella McCartney Sandal, $965
Jimmy Choo bag, $1,450, jimmychoo.com
Roberto Cavalli earrings, $280, robertocavalli.com
Vince Camuto flats, $119, vincecamuto.com
The Great Frog cuff, $800, 646-370-5727
Gianvito Rossi sandals, $775, Bergdorf Goodman, 888-774-2727
Roger Vivier bag, $2,950, 212-861-5371
Guess pumps, $99, guess.com
Sidney Garber bracelet, $13,500, 312-944-5225
Longchamp bag, $310, longchamp.com
Stuart Weitzman wedges, $455, 212-750-2555
Melissa Joy Manning necklace, $1,100, 212-219-2194
Sam Edelman espadrille, $125, samedelman.com
Source - http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/trends/g6940/denim-accessories-0316/?
Buying jeans is one of the hardest things known to man, up there with solving the Beal Conjecture and folding a fitted sheet neatly. This is mostly because a lot can go wrong, and it takes a lot of factors for it to go right. But we've helped to narrow it down. Here, denim to minimize your "problem" areas and options to define your best assets. And we do mean assets.
Hides Your Tummy
Low-rise jeans have the propensity to create muffin tops where they don't even exist. Go for a high-rise to avoid the problem altogether, and hide anything in that midsection you're not particularly keen on.