Fanny packs might be the farthest thing from fashionable, but sometimes you've just got to boycott those laws for a night or day out when lugging around a purse just isn't convenient. Fortunately, one creative designer has come up with a moderately more fashionable alternative that won't make you look and feel like a tourist!
In the wake of discovering jean pajamas that make sleepwear comfortable and acceptable for public outings, and interesting bit of news popped up that's about to encourage consumers to start shopping for pajamas that are in disguise!
For those of us who work at home, pajamas, sweats, yoga pants and anything comfortable tend to be the daily uniform. The only problem with the comfortable attire is that it's not always appropriate to wear out of the house, at least not according to rules of fashion. Now, there's a great solution for comfort and style.
Vintage fashion, even those items that are only designed to replicate the real thing worn historically is hot. Retro is in, but Marc Ecko might be taking things too far. Though who am I to judge; why don't you decide?
Miju's morbid necklaces might even go too far for those who like the gothic looks, but if you're into dead things (and I don't just mean leather or fur) then this is one fashion accessory that you might find appealing.
Today you don't need to step away from your computer to enter a different world that's not such a far cry from the one that's just outside your doorstep. Virtual worlds and Augmented Reality programs are growing in popularity, and now Adidas is taking advantage of that by allowing their new kicks to take you from the mean streets outside to the mean streets online.
A good pair of jeans can really do wonders when it comes to getting that hot look. Since off-the-rack designs don't always do a body justice, there are custom denim companies that we've come across. Most, however, require a visit in person. Now, one allows online ordering.
There's such thing as suffering for fashion, and there are shoes that truly do fall into that category, some really taking that concept to the extreme.
Tim Burton's interpretation of the Disney classic Alice in Wonderland is one highly anticipated movie. While fans have a while to wait until it hits theaters, what they don't need to wait for are branded products getting in on the hype including one famous jewelry maker.
I featured some funky hoof shoes a while back as the trend was beginning to emerge. As if the risk of taking on gravity (for those without a heel) was not enough; Iris Schieferstein, known for her unique designs, has come up with a shoe far more dangerous.
I'm a big fan of customization, particularly when it comes to fashion, and I know I'm not alone. Not all of us can be fashion designers, but customizable fashions do get to put our own mark on the clothing and accessories that we choose to wear so they're unique. Here are some of the coolest customizable fashions on the market today.
Ever wondered what makes up your body composition? Well, now you can stop wondering and tell the rest of the world about it on your designer t-shirt.
Many men and women hold the belief that riding motorcycles is a sexy hobby - but few think that the helmets that are required for the safety of your noggin is too. That's why, high fashion motorcycle helmets are on their way!
Skinny jeans were one of the biggest fashion trends in 2009, both for men and women. They may be trendy, but arguably, they're not the most comfortable, so the same style has now been applied to a more comfortable style.
As much as I advocate public transit, in concept, for environmental reasons; I loathe standing on a bus or subway about as much as the next person. You find yourself sleeping, falling, and tumbling over the person sitting in the seat in front of where you're standing. Now, one innovative Korean designer has made commuting just that much more comfortable.
Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz was best known for her glittery, ruby red slippers and now there's a modern version available as part of a complete design project that partners Swarovski with a number of Japan designers.
Burberry is known for the classic trench coat and designs that have transcended fashion for decades; now, they bring a design that's fitting for the new decade that we've entered with an edgy twist on a classic.