Shoes with individual toe slots are designed to make you feel as if you're walking barefoot.
It's Monday, so here's something for laughs.
Yes, shoes with individual slots to put your toes.
Would you wear these, or do you think they look just plain wacky?
These toe shoes by Vibram, $80, at Rei.com, are said to give the feeling of walking barefoot and are recommended for running, yoga, Pilates, water sports and travel.
The lounge pants are moving beyond the gym—and into retail stores.
It's Friday, and you may want to wear something comfy to work.
Sweatpants? Try again.
The sweatpants fashion is one trend we're advising you to avoid—unless you are going to the gym. Wear these to work, and you may just get sent home. (Unless you work in fashion or another industry that embraces trends, even ridiculous ones).
Often rendered in luxury fabrics such as cashmere or sparkly sequins, the MC Hammer-inspired pants started with high-end designers last spring (Michael Kors made $1,000 cashmere versions while other designers like Marc Jacobs, Rick Owens and Bottega Veneta churned out their versions of the baggy pants) and has hit the mainstream this fall.
Coach's Kristin collection is worth checking out.
Could anything be more exciting than carrying this fun, purple bag for fall?
The color alone just looks happy.
I've been searching for a vibrant handbag that is different from anything I own and does not look like a Chanel copycat (quilting, chain straps) for some time.
Tibi designer Amy Smilovic tells how to wear shorts this fall.
A lot of the magazines are showing shorts for fall. I love this look, but it takes some style savvy to pull it together.
Are you also wondering how to rock shorts when the weather turns chilly?
In our new feature "Ask the Expert," debuting today, Tibi designer Amy Smilovic tells Simply Chic that shorts are easy to wear for fall—even to work. "I absolutely love the shorts look for fall," Smilovic says. "It's a great diversion from skirts and pants."
The key to wearing shorts is to seek out a pair that are not too short and not too tight, she says. "Pick a well-fitted pair that hit about 5 or 6 inches above the kneecap in a more masculine material such as tweed or wool."
Wide-leg jeans are back for spring.
While retail forecasters predict that jeggings will perform well for fall, come spring, it's all about wide-leg jeans (Bing Shopping: Shop for jeggings).
From skinny to wide—just like that. I say this: Hallelujah.
The '70s-style bell-bottoms and and the universally flattering boot-cut styles are projected to replace the tight jeans for spring, according to Reuters.
"The pendulum is swinging away from skinny," said Ryan Dziadul, a spokesman for VF Corp.'s 7 For All Mankind brand, in the Reuters story. "There are millions of pairs out there. For spring, it's about bell-bottoms."
Guess what, gals? Guys need them too.
It's safe to assume most people consider Spanx a girdlelike contraption for women.
Think again. Guys need them too.
The question is: Why does this sound so funny?
Estée Lauder is giving away 5 lovely makeup palettes—perfect for fall.
The week has whizzed by, hasn't it? It's Friday, and we have a giveaway.
Fall will be here before we know it. A time when you can actually wear makeup and eye shadow without it running down your face.
The lovely people at Estée Lauder are giving away five Blue Dahlia eye shadow palettes , worth $42 each. The shadow is part of the company's Blue Dahlia collection for Fall 2010.
The retailer's fall lineup looks fabulous.
New York Fashion Week isn't kicking off until next month, but Target got a jump start last night.
The retailer hosted its Kaleidoscopic Fashion Spectacular, celebrating its Fall 2010 collection.
And talk about a celebration: 66 dancers performed a highly choreographed routine, LED lights created brilliant patterns and the show was set to an original musical score by Sam Spiegel, recorded with a 30 piece orchestra.
Stars such as Mary-Louise Parker, Katrina Bowden and Olivia Palermo as well as fashion star/Target expert Nina Garcia attended the extravaganza held at New York City's ultrafashionable Standard Hotel.