Five looks inspired by literary heroines ahead of their times—get ready to take on the world in empowering style.
Danger calls for pink.
A.L.C. jacket, $1,295, shopbazaar.com, Natasha Zinko top, $585, shopbazaar.com, Bliss and Mischief jeans, $488, shopbazaar.com, Guerlain lipstick, $54, shopbazaar.com, Lancome palette, $50, shopbazaar.com, Mansur Gavriel backpack, $675, shopbazaar.com, Puma shoe, $150, shopbazaar.com, Jennifer Fisher ring, $205, shopbazaar.com
Dark, resilient and whip-smart.
Whether they suffer from astigamitism or just really like a pair of wire frames, opticals are the accessory for now. Embrace nerd-chic and see the envy-inducing ladies who wear four-eyes well—from the models on Gucci's fall catwalk to the latest crop of supers.
1 So Sev
Bella Hadid goes retro in clear gold aviators.
2 A Subtle Tint
Go the transition lenses route a la Cara Delevingne in light blue shades.
3 Get Around Girl
Heat things up just a little more this summer in looks that go far beyond your expected little summer dresses—from edgy poplins to playful suiting, riffs on the monochromatic trend and gowns that only look sweet at first glance.
Summer suiting should never be staid. Skip standard workwear in favor of two pieces that leverage a whimsical polka dot pattern and surprise peek-a-boo tie back.
Jonathan Simkhai tank, $1695, jeans, $1945, jonathansimkhai.com, ManoloBlahnik shoes, $745, neimanmarcus.com.
White poplin is always a good idea, but add a serious leather statement belt, booties and heart-shaped earrings and forget about any associations with the overtly girly.
Throwing a last-minute pool party? What about a summer dinner soiree? Whatever the occasion, a well-stocked bar cart is an obvious *must-have* during the sunny season. This week’s edition of Decor Resolutions will show you how to give yours a refreshing makeover fit for every fabulous fête. So pour a slushy cocktail and scroll down to see how we’d style a bar cart for a boho-chic space, minimalist abode, and preppy home.
SunnyLife Pineapple String Light ($26), Target Wyndham 2 Tier Bar Cart ($260), Leif Tropical Ombre Corkscrew ($22), Oh Happy Day Tropical Party Napkins ($6, set of 20), H&M Textured Pitcher ($15), W&P Gold Pineapple Shaker ($80), W&P Design Pineapple Shot Glasses ($35),Zara Home
Claire Underwood is one of TV’s best-dressed characters—nothing makes me rethink my wardrobe, especially my work wardrobe, more than her. Played by Robin Wright, Underwood is minimal and crisp but takes risks with silhouettes, making every look into a very powerful statement. This season she has pushed a bit further with a dramatic all-white inauguration look. It read perfectly feminine and strong, and the military details in many looks she wore during briefings with key politicians really put her in the power seat.
Ahead, three looks that'll let you channel her take on power-dressing.
1. WHITE MONOCHROMATIC FOR EVENING
Shop the look: Top, $755; net-a-porter.com. Skirt, $2,035; net-a-porter.com. Earrings, $189; needsupply.com. Shoes, $60; zara.com.
WaiWai designer Leo Neves has given summer’s hottest handbag some playful, Rio de Janeiro flair with acrylic details, braided leather straps and oversized silk and beaded tassels. The possibilities with this colorful twist on the classic rattan tote are endless as the Brazilian designer is already adding unique details like African-inspired beadwork and charms to his latest designs. Honestly, love.
Wai Wai available at Shopbop
From Honestly WTF
There's nothing more effortlessly stylish than throwing on a straw hat and sundress in the summer. But why blend in with the masses when you could combine two easy summer pieces into one complicated-to-move-in lewk?
French designer Jacquemus unveiled a new summer dress this week, made entirely of eight straw hats sewn together.
The dress is unlined and made 100 percent of straw, which sounds like an incredibly comfortable and not-at-all itchy experience on a hot summer day. Available to shop exclusively at Ssense, the Jacquemus design retails for $3,050.
EXCLUSIVE JACQUEMUS HATS DRESS FOR SSENSE
SIMON PORTE JACQUEMUS(@jacquemus)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 6월 13 오전 9:34 PDT
There’s no denying it; festivals are not the freshest of places. Luckily, Vogue has put together a keep-fresh-kit to go alongside your wellies, fringed denim and flower crowns, allowing you to stay (relatively) clean this festival season.
There’s nothing worse than the smell of stale, day-old perfume – especially in hot weather. Leave your heavy floral scents at home and try one of the many fragrances formulated to mimic the smell of freshly washed cotton. Warm Cotton by Clean Reserve and Fresh Laundry by The Library Of Fragrance are particular favourites.