Let’s talk shoes! We all love them, daydream about growing our collection, and maybe even have pet names for each beloved style. Have you ever been stumped when trying to describe a style? Can you explain the difference between an espadrille and wedge? We’ll spare you the stress. We’ve put together a handy little chart to help you learn and memorize the various types of shoe styles. We call this the JustFab Visual Shoe Dictionary. Reference it again and again, and share it with your shoe-obsessed girlfriends.
I love a strappy shoe – typically I go for retro-inspired mary janes, kind of a 1920′s and 1930′s style particularly.
The color nude is not universal– it may be a light tan for one person and a darker cocoa for someone else. This is something to keep in mind when wearing the hue, particularly with shoes. There’s an idea that nude shoes work with everything because they blend in, and to an extent they do. A nude shoe is a perfect solution when you’re not really sure what matches your outfit.
It was a star studded evening as Hollywood A-listers from the small screen to the silver screen came together to celebrate the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. There were many dazzling red carpet looks to marvel at, from bold color to glimmering metallics, the red carpet did not disappoint. Read on to see some of our favorite looks from this glamorous evening!
Pantone has announced its 2014 Color of the Year, and it’s Radiant Orchid! As we work our way into a new spring season, I have to say that this choice came as a bit of a surprise to me at first. After seeing all of the designers’ Spring ’14 runway collections last fall, Radiant Orchid was certainly not a hue that was wildly seen or used. We did, however, see tons of blush tones and pale pinks, white collars, sporty inspired articles, great metallics, and of course, what spring would be complete without a solid dose of florals? What I slowly started to realize, though, was what a fantastic color Radiant Orchid could be if used as an accent color with all of the fantastic spring trends coming our way.
Happy New Year, Fabs! This New Year will be full of fabulous and fun fashion, I promise! But let’s face facts. All across the globe, millions of girls like you and me are facing the age-old winter wardrobe dilemma: How do you face a fashionable new year with the same old drab weather? So if you’re staring in your closet confused about the best way to achieve a chic start to your year, relax! I’m here to help you stay cozy AND cute!
The holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some extra mileage out of your recent sequin finds! Here are a few of my quick and easy suggestions to reinvent the holiday wardrobe staple—the sequin top.
It’s the beginning of January and you’ve just realized how much you’ve overspent during the holidays. Lucky for you, there is textile gold hanging in your closet. Make your 2014 resolution learning how to sell your gently used, or like new, garments. It’s an important skill that will be a source for extra cash for years to come.