It’s Black History Month! At JustFab, we’re excited to celebrate National Black History Month by paying special recognition to the Black women, and men, who have influenced American Fashion.
Everyone thinks it is so easy to dress people for award shows, but what people don’t understand is that everyone needs to get dressed and there are only so many dresses. Here’s a red carpet round up of the beautiful women I dressed this awards season!
A few weeks ago, I was getting dressed for an evening out with my girlfriends. I had just splurged on a great pair of leather pants, was sporting a really cute tunic and was, admittedly, having a great hair night. All that was left was the shoes. Unfortunately, even for as much as I love my stilettos (and believe me, I do), I just couldn’t bring myself to put on anything with a heel. So I rifled through a few boxes in my closet and pulled out a couple pairs of flats before deciding on Mira. I love this shoe; the color is dynamic and the ankle strap is flirty and sexy. But, even so, I was really craving some sparkle.
The stars aligned as our favorite musicians came out to celebrate the Grammy Awards. The Grammys red carpet is much more expressive than other awards ceremonies, celebs let loose and bring out not only their most glam looks but also their most outrageous statement making ensembles. Read on to see some of our favorite looks from music’s biggest night!
This month, we’re spotlighting LA-based fashion blogger, Sheryl Luke, of Walk in Wonderland. Her urban style and always-polished outfits are the reasons why so many people gravitate toward her for everyday inspiration. Luckily, we got the chance to interview her and snag a few photos!
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.