Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com’s roundup of all the elements needed for a perfectly outfitted and executed fill-in-the-blank. Fall used to mean new notebooks, a fresh backpack, and however many three-ring binders your teachers deemed necessary. Now it’s a time to rethink your uniform, swap out summer loves, and start layering. See our favorite autumn
Each season, the runways reveal what major trends the style world will collectively start adopting. And while citizenship in said world isn’t limited to where you reside, there are dialect-type differences: A woman in Texas is styling her runway-approved cowboy boots with a different vibe than a Washingtonian would, and women in Boston have a
If you thought you were obsessed with shoes, you haven’t seen anything yet. This Fall, designers are pulling out all the stops—from Versace’s The Matrix-meets-‘90s supermodel platform boots to Gucci’s OTT sneakers that don’t belong anywhere near actual athletic pursuits. The options are endless! And with our guide to the season’s best you’ll know exactly
Don’t freak out, but cargo pants are back. But before you run for the hills, hear our plea: These are not the pants you idolized during your late ’90s, early ’00s pop punk phase. No, these are ones that can be worn by grown ups who staunchly believe ties do not go with Hanes tank
I’ll be the first to confess it: I consider myself a shopping-averse introvert who primarily enjoys spending an ungodly amount of time sifting through the sea of e-racks on some of my favorite clothing sites like Missguided, House of CB, Mango and Zara. After all, one of life’s greatest pleasures is standing by and watching
“What will this brand look like in 25 years?” It’s a pertinent question almost every designer or figure at the creative helm of a brand asks themselves at some point in their career. Luckily for Intermix, 25 looks damn good. “Since our first store opening on Fifth Avenue in New York, our customer shopped with
I’ve been wearing the same gold hoop earrings for months on end. They’ve become my “signature,” but almost in a bad way. They’re like a safety net that lull me to sleep, sometimes literally because I wear them to bed every night. On special occasions I’ll try swapping them out for a beaded statement pair,
When I woke up this morning, bright-eyed and bushy-eyebrowed, tiny blue birds flitting around my head, this is what I did. I clocked the blanket of grey clouds, felt a chilly breeze drift through the weird crack in my bedroom window, smiled to myself, and thought, It’s motherf**king jacket season. (With apologies to McSweeney’s.) Advertisement
Fashion month is over and editors have had a few days to sort out the biggest trends to emerge from the four-city whirlwind. Marigold seems to be a frontrunner for the color next spring, while big voluminous ruffles, cargo pants, and acid wash denim (really!) are in. Also in? Electronic scooters. Irene Lara wearing a
Take the pain out of air travel with cozy cashmere knits, silky charmeuse separates, and luxe carryalls that telegraph “upgrade” before you even hit the terminal. Mohair and satin coat, $5,350, jumpsuit, $3,000, both, Bottega Veneta. Velour felt hat, Gigi Burris Millinery, $385. Silk scarf, Hermès, $395. Brass hoops, Jennifer Fisher, $175. Diamond ear cuff,
Getty ImagesAlbert L. Ortega Earlier this year, Tommy Hilfiger and Gigi Hadid took their final bow, as they unveiled the fourth and final capsule collection of their Tommy x Gigi partnership. Now, Hilfiger is revving up for a new season and has his sights set on a new fashion darling to help boost his appeal
The online retail landscape is crowded, to say the least, and the fastest-growing category of the e-commerce population might just be the direct-to-consumer brand. It feels like every month, another company pops up out of nowhere, promising quality products—from furniture to food and everything else in-between—without the extra step (or markup) of a middleman. Advertisement
Princess Eugenie wowed with photos of her second wedding dress yesterday, after the Duke of York unveiled a shot of her and husband Jack Brooksbank arriving to their private reception. The royal looked radiant in a flowing Zac Posen gown that broke a royal tradition. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below According to Mail Online, Eugenie
Timothée Chalamet has never been one to shy away from bold fashion choices, just like Call Me Be Your Name co-star Armie Hammer. But is his Beautiful Boy premiere look the boldest yet? All Very Loud Floral Suit signs point to yes. The Internet’s Boyfriend™ attended the premiere of his new film last night in
Photographed by Terry Tsiolis and Styled by Samira Nasr Oct 12, 2018 Versace, Gucci, Michael Kors, Armani…as more and more designers ban fur from their collections, faux fabrications of sumptuous outerwear have become the new symbols of luxury and glamour. Isabeli Fontana bundles up. Faux-fur coat, Gucci,$6,900. Gold hoop earrings,Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co.,
Both Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle‘s bridal moments have sparked brides to follow in their footsteps, and we expect Princess Eugenie’s gown to inspire a similar wave of imitation. With its collared neckline, modest yet low back, and massive train that floated down the aisle the style is classic and trendy at the same time.
The Coach Foundation is furthering its philanthropic efforts with the launch of Dream It Real, a new initiative that supports the dreams of the next generation and provides them with the necessary skills and resources to achieve their goals. With the help of the brand’s star faces, Michael B. Jordan and Selena Gomez, Dream It
Maybe this is too much information, but I run hot. Unless it’s less than 50 degrees and overcast, I can’t dip into my winter wardrobe made of wool and shearling. As a result, finding a great lightweight coat for fall is a major source of contention. Trench coats are the obvious fall back, but finding
Princess Eugenie has just debuted her royal wedding dress, making her own statement amidst a legacy of iconic royal bridal gowns. Eugenie opted for a Peter Pilotto v-neck dress with an open back. ShutterstockTim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Getty ImagesYUI MOK In the fabric, designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos wove in
1 of 8 Getty ImagesWPA Pool This guest who’s about to literally blow her top. Does the paper in her hand give anyone else anxiety? No? Okay. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 8 Getty ImagesADRIAN DENNIS This woman whose fascinator is giving her a run for her money. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
Recently I’ve developed a bad habit of picking the brains of ELLE.com’s Gen Z-related staffers for insider information on the next big trends. Luckily, they’re more than willing to oblige. Nerisha Penrose is ELLE.com’s assistant editor and Resident Youth, and the go-to expert on Instagram It-girls, the hottest streetwear brands, and, strangely enough, Ed Sheeran.
For some, the perfect closet filled is with easy pieces that elevate your style and take you season-to-season, sans the stress of building a transitional wardrobe or burning a hole in your wallet. For actress Chloe Grace Moretz, it’s all about the power suit. “They’re comfortable—kind of like pajamas, really—and is my lazy-girl outfit,” she
1 of 60 Moschino tv H&M Sweatshirt, $130 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 60 Moschino tv H&M Bralette, $35 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 60 Moschino tv H&M Boots, $400 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 60 Moschino tv H&M Coat, $300 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 of 60
Photographed by Ben Hassett and Styled by Anna Trevelyan Oct 10, 2018 Fall’s blazing neon and highlighter hues burn their brightest among this season’s most reflective pieces (think vinyl, latex, even foil. Black light optional. Tulle sheer dress, $5,380, nylon tech dress, $1,390, leather sandals, all, Prada. Sapphire and diamond earrings, Chopard. Stylist’s own socks.