Iâ€™ve been all over the Internet seeking some of the most beautiful and inspiring style and fashion blog posts that I could find. Here are a few of my favorites.
The Sartorialist has a great outfit that will make you feel like you should be walking the streets of New York in deep thought, solving the great issues of our time.
If you don’t fancy the brooding artist, tough New Yorker look, perhaps Stella McCartney’s new tropical print line is more your taste.Â The Stylelist has something for you. Bright vibrant colors make you think less freezing your tush off on the Hudson and more sitting by a beach on a tropical island.
I adore the new Marni collection for H & M. It is stylish and very affordable. Thanks to Fashionista, not only will you get to see all the great new pieces, you will know exactly what to expect to spend for the look as all the prices are included in the post. I’ve got to say, this may be one of my absolute favorite pieces this season.
How could we be fabulous if we don’t have the latest style? To get this year’s hot new hair style trend, the polished look of Old Hollywood, retro-glam wavesÂ Refinery 29 gives us step by step instructions via an easy to follow tutorial by hair styling guru Frederic Boudet.
FabSugar had a great post on Alexander McQueen’s 2012 fall line. Here are a few features of his new line.
- Trends: Tulle ballerina skirts, nipped-waists, embellished lace and velvet, wide belts, long gloves, and super structured outerwear.
- Colors: Black, crimson red, ivory, military green, and pops of colorful floral applique.
- Key Piece: The nipped-waist shapes ruled, especially the final ivory lace dress.
- Accessories: Chunky wide belts, opera-length gloves, fur neck wraps, and lace-up combat-style boots.
- Who Would Wear It: The girl who loves a strong, yet ultrafeminine silhouette like Jessica Chastain, Rose Byrne, and Zoe Saldana.
The word over atÂ Habitually Chic is fur is making a comeback. Cold weather is the perfect excuse to cuddle up beneath or in fur. It’s not just fabulous for your wardrobe. A little fur goes a long way in home decor. Think less taxidermy and more cuddling by the fire at a lush cabin in Park City during ski season.
The Style Files showed us that a small and cozy space can very easily translate into a vintage and designer decorated home sweet home. A little imagination and a few decorating risks can pay off big in style.
Photo Sources: The Sartorialist, The Stylelist, Fashionista, FabSugar and Style Files.