The Nike WMNS Shox Enigma is a brand new silhouette incorporating the Swoosh’s Shox tooling, and it’s women’s exclusive model. Featured in “White/Black-Spruce/Aura-Aurora Green,” the low-top model is a stylish and technical design that sports a breathable mesh upper with matching leather overlays and reflective accents. Rounding out the profile are contrasting pops of teal alongside the highlight Rose Gold hue, while the signature Shox tech in the heel finishes off the design.
Retailing for $120, look for this colorway of the Nike WMNS Shox Enigma at select Nike stores and online soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
More variations of the Nike Air Max Tailwind 4 are still on the way and it’s slated to drop in a clean theme that is composed of white mesh and leather across its upper followed by a contrasting blue hue across the signature wavy side panels that are detailed with curvy white plastic overlays. Finally, Mustard Yellow laces and embroidered Swoosh logos across the heel, followed by a white Air Max midsole and black rubber outsole tops off the design.
Look for this colorway of the Nike Air Max Tailwind 4 at select Nike stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Star Wars x adidas NMD R1 “Princess Leia” is another exclusive variation of the silhouette from the forthcoming collaborative pack. Aptly paying homage to Princess Leia, member of the Imperial Senate and an agent of the Rebel Alliance — the model boasts a camo theme and reflects the camouflage poncho that the Princess Leia wore during the Battle of Endor. The Primeknit upper bears a spray-painted camo finish while Olive Green accents are applied on the Three Stripes, heel and rear EVA plug. Finally, a gradient white/yellow Boost midsole, followed by “There is hope” text on the heels, Princess Leia’s portrait printed on the tongues, Star Wars lace dubrae and co-branded insoles round out the design.
Look for the Star Wars x adidas NMD R1 “Princess Leia” at select adidas stores and online on December 2. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Nike React Element 55 “Black Schematic” is a contrast of the recently featured “White” pair, and this iteration follows the same theme but in a stealthy finish. The low-top model boasts a black textile mesh upper that is contrasted with white etchings throughout to evoke the “Schematic” theme. Finally, a black midsole with contrasting white pods and an illustrated insole rounds out the style.
Look for the Nike React Element 55 “Black Schematic” at select Nike stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 is slated to drop in a “Carbon Blue” colorway for its next rendition, and it’s actually reflective of four previous colorways on the silhouette. Composed of its signature mesh and suede materials, the model bears a mixture of “Mauve,” “Salt,” “Inertia” and the original “Wave Runner” as the primary hues throughout its build. Finally, its distinct thick Boost midsole in blue with orange accents, followed by a gum rubber outsole tops off the design.
Update: (11/17) An official look at the silhouette’s colorway has surfaced.
Following the AF1 Low, official images of the A Ma Maniére x Nike Air Force 1 High has now surfaced and sports a mixture of “Black/Black-Dark Grey.” Reportedly nicknamed “Hand Wash Cold,” the shoe flaunts a combination of premium materials such as tumbled leather mudguards, hairy suede panels on the heel, pony hair applied on the Swooshes, followed by A Ma Maniére branding and reflective detailing throughout.
Retailing for $170, look for the A Ma Maniére x Nike Air Force 1 High “Black/Dark Grey” at select Nike stores and online this holiday season. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Star Wars x adidas Nite Jogger “Storm Trooper” is one of the other exclusive variations from the collaborative partnership between both brands to celebrate the upcoming film, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in December. With this pair inspired by the colors of the Storm Trooper, the model boasts a crisp mesh upper detailed with leather, synthetic and suede overlays. Notable details include co-branded Storm Trooper tongues, graphic detailing on the Boost midsole that acknowledges the character’s outfits and space ships, followed by the phrase “Open the blast doors!” and “Set to stun” prominent on the heels to round out the design.
Look for the Star Wars x adidas Nite Jogger “Storm Trooper” at select adidas stores and online sometime on December 2. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The adidas Yeezy Foam Runner is a brand new silhouette designed by Kanye West, which was originally seen on West’s daughter, North earlier this year. The molded and futuristic looking croc-like runner in all-white has been officially showcased via THE FACE MAGAZINE, revealing the silhouette’s unique construction with revealing slits for ventilation. Stay tuned for the model’s official release date and more details.
Update: (11/9) During the Fast Company Innovation Festival, Kanye West and Yeezy head sneaker designer Steven Smith introduced the clog style silhouette. According to Kanye West, he plans to start producing products in the US and more Yeezy headquarters to a 4,000-acre ranch in Wyoming. The Foam Runner is reportedly dropping in early 2020 for $75, in its inaugural Khaki finish.
Update: (9/6) Official look at the silhouette is revealed.
Jordan Brand’s FW19 Collection will debut two variation of the Air Jordan 3 with exotic makeovers, according to rumors. Renderings of the purported “Animal Pack” have surfaced, with one pair officially colored in “Black/Sail-Gum Light Brown-Multi-Color” and the other flaunting a combination of “Black/Dark Mocha-Rope-Multi-Color.” As the images suggest, the silhouettes will bear a variety of premium materials and animal patterns including horse hair, python, tiger print and more. It should also be noted that the Air Jordan 3 Animal Pack will only be releasing at tier 0 accounts. Stay tuned for additional details.
Update: (11/14) First look at the “Black/Sail-Gum Light Brown-Multi-Color” colorway is revealed. This pair features a Black pony hair upper and premium animal print materials with “INSTINCT” (possibly a nod to MJ’s incredible instinct on the court) underneath the tongues atop Gum rubber outsoles. A Red Jumpman on the tongue, satin-like lining, and a gum colored heel tab are also part of the shoe’s design.
Update: (9/20) A rendering of the Black/Dark Mocha-Rope-Multi-Color colorway has surfaced, revealing an array of different faux animal print materials placed all around the upper. The Black base is offset by the Brown, Orange, Grey, Green and Red hues found throughout the upper. There is still no updated rendering for the pair done in the Black/Sail-Gum Light Brown-Multi-Color color scheme.
The Air Jordan 14 “Doernbecher” is part of the Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2019 Collection and it’s designed by Ethan Ellis who was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Ethan’s design is a tribute to both basketball and the people and places that were a part of his health journey. Colored in “Black/Court Purple-Multi-Color,” the model bears reptilian accents as a nod to his favorite team, the TCU Horned Frogs. The number 6 represents his heart surgeries, while the laces feature the hospitals where he received care. Finally, it’s topped off with the name of his pal and fellow patient, “Lil’ Rey” on the tongue.
Update: (11/15) Official images of the silhouette have surfaced.
Headlines this week centered around Colin Kaepernick’s Saturday workout in Atlanta, where he showed off his throwing arm to scouts from NFL teams.
Eagle-eyed fans noticed more than just the free agent quarterback’s strong arm, however: They also spotted Kaepernick’s pre-workout shoes, a pair of unreleased Nike Air Force 1 Lows said to be from an upcoming collaboration between him and The Swoosh.
The Air Force 1s came in a black-and-white color palette, with a translucent outsole and an ombré Swoosh.
Eric Reid, a friend and former teammate of Kaepernick’s, also sported the kicks at Saturday’s workout session.
Kaepernick, then a San Francisco 49er, rose to national prominence in 2016 when he began a kneeling movement during the singing of the “Star-Spangled Banner” to protest police brutality. The movement ignited a national conversation and NFL leadership did not approve.
Kaepernick found himself at the center of discussion again in 2018, when Nike tapped him to appear in its “Just Do It” 30th-anniversary campaign. The advertisement sparked mixed reactions — ranging from high praise to shoe burning. However, the campaign was a financial success for Nike, with shares hitting an all-time high the week of the initial ad’s release.
While official details surrounding the Kaepernick version of the Air Force 1 Low have not been announced, the shoe is rumored for release in December. Stay tuned for more details.
For shoes, the makeup mogul selected white Bottega Veneta high-heeled thong sandals, which have sold out in her chosen colorway but are available to shop on Bergdorfgoodman.com in blue for $840.
Bottega Veneta’s take on the high-heeled thong — a ’90s staple that made its return this summer after years of being much-derided — has a slim 3.5-inch heel and delicate straps, two features that offer a more sophisticated feel than the heeled flip-flop of the past.
For pre-fall and fall ’19, the brand also embraced another ’90s trend that’s making a comeback: the square toe. Jenner’s sandals had the trend-forward shape, which Bottega Veneta creative director Daniel Lee is credited with having revitalized.
As its shoes have commanded the attention of fashion’s elite, Bottega’s bags, too, garnered a boost in popularity. Jenner completed her night-out look with the sold-out Bottega Sponge clutch.
The A-lister is worth $1 billion, according to Forbes, making her the youngest self-made billionaire in the world. While the bulk of Jenner’s earnings come through her eponymous beauty empire, she is also involved in the fashion space — through her work as an Adidas ambassador and through her Kendall + Kylie apparel and accessories label.
When it comes to her personal style, Jenner is a fan of statement-making shoes, including wares from Balenciaga, Yeezy and Amina Muaddi.
Kaia Gerber and Pete Davidson were coordinated in ’90s-inspired couple’s looks for the “Saturday Night Live” after-party in New York last night.
Gerber, 18, channeled mom Cindy Crawford in a 1990’s pair of straight-leg jeans, long black coat and tiger-print cardigan.
The supermodel completed the look with shiny black boots, which featured a subtle square toe. The rectangular shape made its first comeback since the pre-Y2K years this fall, thanks to brands such as Bottega Veneta, By Far and Staud.
Meanwhile, Davidson, who celebrated his 26th birthday on Saturday, sported an ensemble with serious ’90s grunge vibes. The comedian wore a hooded sweatshirt with plaid pants. He completed the look with black high-top Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers, borrowing a page from Gerber’s wardrobe, as she frequently sports the brand’s kicks.
When she’s not on-duty, Gerber tends to wear lots of sneakers, including fashion-favorite collaborations between Adidas x Alexander Wang and Nike x Cactus Plant Flea Market. Boyfriend Davidson has a slightly more casual aesthetic, often sporting pajama pants and beat-up sneakers.
Davidson is part of the “SNL” ensemble cast. On last night’s episode, Harry Styles served in dual roles as host and musical guest; Jon Hamm made a surprise cameo.
When it comes to fashion, Emily Ratajkowski likes to stick with a minimalist aesthetic.
The 28-year-old model hit the red carpet at the Go Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday night wearing a simple white minidress and no jewelry aside from her wedding ring. But she took things to the next level with her ultra strappy sandals.
The shoes in question were Femme Shoes’ sandals, which have a stiletto heel, a vegan suede upper and metallic-edged laces. The colorway Ratajkowski chose is available from the designer’s website for $139.
Sandals have long been a red carpet staple, but in addition to the simple ankle-strap silhouette, more minimalist, super strappy styles have become popular in recent months. In addition to the Femme Shoes heels, Ratajkowski is also a fan of Merah Vodianova’s Ophelia sandals. That style has appeared also on other celebrities including Kim and Kourtney Kardashian.
Ratajkowski wore her Merah Vodianova Ophelia sandals at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons party during New York Fashion Week in September. During NYFW, the “I Feel Pretty” actress teamed the shoes with a one-shouldered red midi dress from Zara.
An unexpected fall trend has seen fashion’s elite wearing strappy heels over their pant legs — and Ratajkowski herself tested out the risky trend, wearing the Ophelia sandals with black trousers and a bikini top in New York on Sept. 5.
Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect the correct brand of Ratajkowski’s sandals.
Hailey Baldwin is into the athleisure look — and she stuck with the trend Saturday for a bike ride and studio visit alongside husband Justin Bieber in Los Angeles.
Baldwin sported a coordinated gray sweatsuit featuring a cropped top and joggers.
For shoes, the “Drop the Mic” co-host opted for casual white sneakers: Nike Air Force 1s. The Air Force 1 features a leather upper, silver hardware and rubber outsole; it was initially launched in the 1980s as a basketball shoe before becoming a lifestyle silhouette.
Baldwin’s chosen kicks can be shopped on Nike.com, with a $90 price tag. The 2017 FN Style Influencer of the Year accessorized with a black knit beanie and a Louis Vuitton bum bag ($1,820 on Louisvuitton.com).
Meanwhile, Bieber wore a yellow graphic T-shirt and purple shorts from his Drew House label. On his feet, the “Baby” pop star wore Crocs, which have become one of his go-to shoes, layered over white crew socks. Bieber owns the foam clogs in a number of colors but yesterday’s pair was bright yellow and loaded with the brand’s Jibbitz charms. The clogs can be purchased on Kohls.com now for $35.
When it comes to style, Baldwin told FN she likes to embrace a “tomboy chic” look.
“I like boys’ clothes,” the model said. “There’s something super-cool about a pretty girl who can put on a baggy pair of jeans and heels, and have this sexy tomboy vibe.”
While official imagery and details have yet to drop, purported images leaked by Yeezy Mafia offer a look at the sneaker. The shoe seemingly combines elements from several past Yeezy Boost 700 colorways, with a blue and gray upper constructed of mesh and suede, a pale blue Boost midsole with orange accents and tan rubber gum sole.
The Yeezy Boost 700 is one of West’s best-selling styles, offering a retro-inspired look that fits into the dad shoe trend. Neither Adidas nor West have provided official information regarding the sneaker’s release, but Yeezy Mafia said it is expected to drop soon. Past colorways of the Yeezy Boost 700 have sold for $300.
The “Carbon Blue” colorway is executed on the original Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 model, but West has also dropped a v2 of the sneaker. A third version, called the 700 MNVN, will reportedly come out in “Triple Black” and “Orange” colorways in 2020, with a $220 price point.
In related news, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Alien” dropped yesterday. It retailed for $230 but quickly sold out; fans can now shop the silhouette on re-commerce site StockX for $500 and up.
There was plenty of interest — and media attention — surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s workout in Atlanta on Saturday.
But a Nike camera crew was not among those present for the session, the Beaverton, Ore.-based company confirmed today to FN. The brand does not plan at this time to use footage from the session in any of its advertising.
Nike’s statement comes in response to an NFL statement issued yesterday indicating that the brand and Kaepernick had made a number of requests on Friday regarding the session. The league said Kaepernick switched the location of the workout the same day of his session, Saturday afternoon, and that it learned along with the public that Kaepernick had moved the workout from the Atlanta Falcons’ training facility to a different site in Riverdale, Ga.
“[Friday] night, when Nike, with Colin’s approval, requested to shoot an ad featuring Colin and mentioning all the NFL teams present at the workout, we agreed to the request,” read the statement. “We heard for the first time last night, around the same time we heard from Nike, that Colin wanted to bring his own video crew. We heard for the first time this afternoon that Colin wanted to open the event to all media.”
Kaepernick has been an NFL free agent since 2016. The former San Francisco 49er rose to national prominence that year when he began a kneeling movement during the “Star-Spangled Banner” in protest of police brutality and racism. NFL leadership did not approve of the movement, and Kaepernick claims he was essentially blackballed from the league.
The NFL said it was “disappointed” that Kaepernick did not appear at the Falcons training facility as planned; however, the league said the move in venue would have “no effect on his status in the league.”
“He remains an unrestricted free agent eligible to sign with any club,” read the NFL’s statement.
Kendall Jenner may be a California girl but she still knows how to dress for chilly weather.
The 24-year-old supermodel was spotted strolling in New York on Saturday, appropriately bundled for the cooler temperatures.
Jenner wore a black leather trench coat with furry brown trim layered over straight-leg black pants.
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star pulled her look together with sneakers, choosing a chunky white silhouette that adhered to the dad shoe trend that’s been so popular for the last few seasons.
While the brand of yesterday’s kicks was unclear, Jenner is an Adidas Classics ambassador and often steps out in the label’s sneakers. The German sportswear giant also counts Jenner’s younger sister, Kylie, and brother-in-law Kanye West among its celebrity ambassadors.
In recent months, the catwalker has been spotted in shoes from brands including Birkenstock, Dr. Martens and Amina Muaddi. Her on-trend looks are put together with the help of stylist Marni Senofonte, who also works with Beyoncé.
In addition to her appearances on catwalks and in brand campaigns, Jenner has an apparel and accessories brand alongside Kylie, called Kendall + Kylie. She makes money through social media as well through paid partnerships with brands such as Calvin Klein, Longchamp and Aritzia.
For those committed to waking up at the crack of dawn to fill their shopping carts, Black Friday hours will once again start early this year. Below, we’ve rounded up all the stores offering deals on shoes and apparel that are open on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. It is important to note that hours will vary by location, so check with your local retailer to confirm.
In order to make my stories as helpful as possible, I often reach out to my close friends and colleagues to find out what it is they are struggling with fashion-wise. Sometimes, they need help tracking down the perfect pair of jeans at a certain price point, and other times, they want to know about all the latest trends, but this time, I will admit I was a bit surprised by their current conundrum. It seems that figuring out just the right pieces to style their ankle boots with is proving to be rather difficult, so naturally, I started writing a story on it.
Ankle boots are a wardrobe workhorse, so styling them should be a no-brainer, but the more I thought about it, the more I understood the specific points of confusion that could arise, including flattering hemlines, seasonally appropriate pairings, and everything in between. Ahead, I gathered a handful of outfits that break down the easiest ways to style your ankle boots thanks to some of the industry’s most stylish influencers. So sit back, relax, and get ready to take note of the foolproof ankle boot outfits you need to re-create ASAP.
It’s cold, dark, and gray—and it’s about that time of the year when all we feel like doing is cozying up in our pj’s and watching Netflix. Unfortunately, most of us actually have to leave the house at some point or another—and there’s nothing like a chic winter outfit to motivate us. Whether you’re looking for a polished work look to wear this winter or a cozy and comfortable weekend ensemble, we’re turning to some of our favorite celebs for plenty of sartorial inspiration. From Victoria Beckham to Jennifer Lopez, these ladies know how to pull together a chic cold-weather outfit. Lucky for us, they’re super easy to emulate. Scroll below as we share some chic celebrity fall and winter looks, which you can shop right now.
Okay, we know it’s a little early to start planning our outfits for the inevitable party circuit, but isn’t that part of the fun? From the cheerful air of the holiday spirit to the timeless traditions, we simply can’t wait for the coming season of festivities, so of course we’ve already been browsing for our next handful of Christmas party dresses—because if anything’s going to get us in the mood to celebrate, it’s dressing up for a party.
No matter what your holiday dressing style is, whether it’s covering yourself in the glitz and glamour of sequins or slipping on an alluring velvet dress, we’ve got you covered for all the parties on your calendar. Below, we’ve rounded up our favorite dresses on the market that are perfect for any and all of your festivities. Trust us: When you’ve got dresses this good, you’ll never want to take them off. Scroll down to see them all.
Trust us when we say that the holiday season (and all the events that will inevitably fill up your calendar) will arrive much sooner than you’ll realize. As your go-to destination for outfit ideas and shopping, of course, we made it our duty to bring you our guide on what to wear to every type of party you might attend this holiday season. Next up: your office holiday party.
For most of us, this is a tricky one to dress for because on one hand, you want to maintain an air of professionalism in front of your co-workers, while on the other, you don’t want to dress like you would on any other workday. Where does that leave you? Somewhere between formal and festive, which can be hard to pinpoint—and that’s where we come in. Ahead, we’ve rounded up 15 outfits that will impress not only your boss but your colleagues and date, too.
Each look effortlessly balances looking festive and polished. Take outfit one, for instance, where an office-ready blazer meets a pretty lace bodysuit. Get inspired by this and so many more office holiday party outfits below. See (and shop) the looks below.
The holiday season really is the most wonderful time of the year, isn’t it? Between getting together with our closest friends and family and sipping hot chocolate next to the fire, there are plenty of things to look forward to during this festive season. Of course, with so many activities and events swirling around your schedule, we’re sure you’ll have tons of ensembles to plan out. And between those family reunions and office holiday parties, putting together Christmas Eve outfits may become an afterthought.
Depending on how you and your loved ones spend the night before Christmas, dressing for the occasion can be tricky. For some, the evening might entail a formal sit-down dinner with everyone, extended family included. For others, it might be a movie night in your comfiest pajamas. That’s why our editors are sharing what they’ll be wearing this Christmas Eve. Hopefully, each of our looks will help spark some style inspiration, or at the very least, give you an idea of what to wear for the night if you’re celebrating.
“I wear jeans a lot in life, so I try to do something a little different on holidays. This sweater is one of my favorite purchases so far this season, and the cozy wool shorts would be the perfect match. I’ll probably wear black tights with the knee boots if it’s chilly.”
“Christmas Eve is a pretty formal occasion with my family—I’m talking a cocktail hour, sit-down dinner, the works—so I like to take a dressier approach to the holiday than I do for, say, Thanksgiving. This year, I’m infatuated with organza pieces as a holiday trend since they feel fancy without playing into any holiday dressing clichés like velvet or metallic. I plan to wear a billowy organza blouse with tailored trousers and platform heels.”
“My family keeps it pretty low-key on Christmas Eve. We hang out, usually go to the movies, and then come back home for dinner. So I’ll probably wear an outfit that’s comfortable yet still elevated (and festive)—a chunky, patterned sweater, straight-leg trousers, and polished sneakers.”
“The older I get, the more I prioritize comfort as a selling point for my holiday dressing. My family has a fun tradition of hanging out together all night and then opening a few small gifts at midnight, so it’s nice to keep the vibe super cozy for a long evening of fun. This year, I’m leaning toward an elevated sweatsuit—one that reads chic, not sloppy. These separates by Entire World tick all the boxes: They’re cozy, stylish, and I can pick from a number of cheerful hues.”
“Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of the cliché Christmas Eve metallic dresses. Instead, I’m leaning toward an amazing tweed jacket, and Maje definitely makes the best ones. I’d wear that with a simple black turtleneck, a leather skirt, and fun pearl jewelry.”
“Christmas Eve is usually spent cozied up with the family while feasting and watching Christmas movies. I’ll be wearing a cozy yet chic Fair Isle sweater and plush velvet pants to look festive and be comfortable at the same time.”
“I like to keep it cozy for Christmas Eve, so I’ll be wearing this fringed shacket, a sheer plaid turtleneck, and relaxed leather trousers. It will be perfect for our annual tradition of a huge dinner and reading The Night Before Christmas before bed.”
“For the holidays, I love to wear something festive, so I’m planning to pair this stunning backless satin top with high-waisted trousers and knee-high boots.”
“Every year, my aunt hosts a huge Christmas Eve party at her house filled with drinks, Mexican food, and family and friends. It certainly has an elegant vibe as far as attire goes, but I also always want to be comfortable. This silky midi dress with glitzy heels will do just the trick.”
I don’t like to switch up my jewelry very often (I can go months and even years wearing the same exact pieces every day), so it’s pretty telling when I do decide to either adopt a new item, retire a trend, or do both at the same time. Spoiler alert: Such is the case with the 10 categories you’re about to see below. Five are ones I realized I hardly wear anymore, while the other five have managed to sneak into my day-to-day outfits more often than not. While none are that out-there to begin with (since I do have admittedly simple style), these little changes have made me feel just a bit more, well, current. To see which ones I’m putting on the back burner and shop what’s in my rotation instead, simply keep scrolling.
While I haven’t totally retired my (extensive) collection of layering necklaces just yet, I’ve definitely found myself opting for a chunky chain or two more often these days.
I’ll probably be singing a different tune come summer, but for now, my shell necklaces, earrings, and bracelets aren’t getting much action, while my pearl pieces somehow still feel as fresh as ever.
At this point, I don’t think I even own any big cuff bracelets anymore, which is a good thing because the only bracelet styles I’m interested in at the moment are delicate. Think thin chains, tennis bracelets, charm bracelets, and more.
I always found stacking rings a bit difficult and uncomfortable, so it’s convenient that for the time being, I’m more into bigger, single rings anyway. Whether it’s just one or one on each finger, the look is all over my feed right now and, as a result, very much on my mind.
Colorful jewelry is another trend I definitely won’t be getting rid of, but it’s definitely on the back burner for now. Instead, as seen above, I’m opting for metals (mainly gold and silver) and neutrals, such as pearls.
As a fashion editor (hey there), I spend a hefty chunk of my day researching trends, shopping steals, and outfit ideas to bring our dear readers a curation of the coolest things to know in fashion. When it comes to the latter, specifically, there are actually a few key winter outfits I’ve spotted recently on the Instagram feeds of some of the coolest style setters that are worth putting on your radar.
While the outfit combinations in question are clearly already fashion person–approved, I have a feeling they’ll catch on in a mainstream way given their simple yet forward nature. And since I know you like to be the first in your friend group to try the latest looks, I’d suggest giving these fits a whirl, like, starting tomorrow.
With that, keep scrolling to check out 11 cozy and chic winter outfit trends to try now. And while you may already have many of the pieces featured in each look, I shopped out the key outerwear item you’ll need for each (you know, just in case).
For some women, lingerie is used only for special occasions, tucked away in the back of a drawer somewhere, and definitely not invested in on a regular basis. Bring this up with Journelle’s former CEO, Lyn Lewis, and prepare for a lecture on how this mentality is oh so wrong. In her expert opinion, lingerie should be treated like any other fashion item, especially considering you do wear lingerie every day. (Yes, even the pretty, sheer lace kind.)
Just as it is with ready-to-wear fashion, there are trends that come and go within the lingerie market, and Lewis was so generous as to share her breadth of knowledge in the world of all things delicate and pretty with us here. Whether you’re still too timid to wear this kind of lingerie on a regular basis or are on the hunt for the next best piece to fill your negligee collection, we suggest you pay attention to the hottest trends in lingerie, according to Lewis. Ready to be wowed by the next best thing you’ll wear underneath it all?
Scroll on to shop the biggest trends in lingerie right now.
Zendaya wore a full Imane Ayissi look to the Queen & Slim premiere on Thursday night at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California.
The American romantic thriller film directed by Melina Matsoukas stars Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith and will be out in theaters on November 27.
Zendaya and Jodie Turner-Smith attend the “Queen & Slim” Premiere at AFI FEST 2019 presented by Audi at the TCL Chinese Theatre on November 14, 2019, in Hollywood, California
The 23-year-old Euphoria star styled a textured caftan dress with matching boots from the Cameroonian designer’s footwear collaboration with Goya Paris.
Zendaya wore a full look from Cameroonian designer Imane Ayissi
Styled by celebrity stylist Law Roach, she completed her look with artsy loopty loop earrings from Kendra Scott that you can purchase for $68 at Nordstrom. The sculptural look and artistic detail of these earrings make them both trendy and classic.