With spring around the corner, it’s time to stash your winter wardrobe and slip into something short and sexy! One of my favorite pieces to style in the spring is a lovely dress that hugs my curves in all the right places. Transitioning into spring should be fun, and most importantly, easy on your wallet. Don’t be fooled by what you see on runways and celebrities, because looking fab doesn’t cost a fortune. Below, I’ll show you how to style 3 celeb inspired looks without spending big bucks.
Let’s talk body types. It’s no secret that we’re not all shaped the same. Differences in body types have caused their fair share of dressing room trauma. After all, who hasn’t picked up a dress that looks great on the hanger but bombs once it’s on? With a few tips, those days can be over.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day fashionistas! With so many lovely hues of green, there’s no excuse to not look anything but fashionable and festive on St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Whether you’re at work, on a hot date, or decide to go out with friends, we have your stylish outfit covered. Check out the 4 looks I put together just for you.
Two of the biggest trends this Spring are WHITE and PASTELS. No surprise there! But how to wear them—keeping your look modern and fresh—is totally new!
March is National Women’s History month and we want to recognize major women in fashion who are iconic and legendary for their contribution to the industry. We celebrate these amazing women in fashion for their character, courage and commitment. The women listed below are not only strong, but in my eyes, true fashionistas.
If you don’t know anyone who is a full time fashion blogger, full time technology sales professional, and a full time shoe fanatic, meet An Dyer of Haute Pink Pretty. She considers herself to be a classic cool JustFab gal, and has the shoe closet to prove it. Read our exclusive interview with her below, along with several fabulous photos.
Mirror mirror on the wall, what will be the next fashion trend for us all? With the shifting in season, laser cutouts are a great transitional trend from winter to spring. We all know that mother nature has a mind of her own, so these pieces will keep you looking spring time fresh on those wintery days. Check out these four fab outfits we put together for your specific style.
Picture it, Fabs: The year was 1992 and Heather Locklear was heating up screens all over America – and showing strong career-driven women how to skirt the issue in TV’s Melrose Place. Locklear played Amanda Woodward, President of D&D Advertising, who excelled at office espionage, breaking hearts and handling her business (literally!) all while wearing a killer skirt suit.