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News posted by Brie • Date Published on: November 21st, 2014 • (0)
There’s No Place Like Stylish
Yes, you read it right: comfort is is officially chic! Our fav muse for this look? Ellie Bishop of NCIS! Big thick sweaters with pretty lacy patterns, or cables, matched up with blue or neutral denim is all the rage. Choose neutral leather boots (tan, brown, black: they’re all good) with low, hyper-functional heels boots or even (gasp!) flat boots..no, really. The only thing to remember with this trend: when using rustic, casual pieces, give them a flair by making sure some aspect of your outfit has distinctive detailing. Look for dimension (think popcorn knit) or patterns knit into the sweater. A marled texture will work too – anything more than just simple ribs. And for those of us who are shine hounds (yes, I’m looking in the mirror :)), a hint of metaliic woven through, or added to cuffs or collars is totally acceptable! Add a cool studded or laser cut belt. Or, pick straps, buckles, tooling or a broken -in feel for your boots ( I’m loving Frye, or Steve Madden’s new Freebird line). Hint: flannel works with this look. So do motorcycle or bomber jackets :). Continue reading »
News posted by Brie • Date Published on: November 20th, 2014 • (0)
Layla‘s glittering, light-catching studded belt adds the spark to her darkness, the glam to the grunge, the fierce to the simple canvas that is her monochrome outfit in her latest shoot. But there’s more than one way to skin a studded belt! :) While it stands out boldly against the black, you can also use it to add subtler sparkle by using it with lighter colors. Pairing a trendy cabled sweater with a boxy jacket channels Layla’s woke-up-this-cool vibe. The crucial element here is the colors of your leather and studs: with grays and silvers, go for cream and ivory shades. If your leather and studs are wamer and/or mixed metals with tones heading into brass or rose gold, warm up your top as well, choosing camel, taupe and almond shades. (Caveat: the only color pairing to stay away from is bright white paired with ivory, as it can make the ivory item appear dirty.) Light colored denim keeps the whole look soft. (PS stone or caramel corduroys would work just as well). Fringed booties nod at the Western-wear trend, but any light colored low boot will carry the theme. Tip: if it’s suede, make sure to water/weatherproof it before wearing. And ta-da: instead of fierce darkness, you’ve got softly lit casual glam!
News posted by KimG • Date Published on: November 20th, 2014 • (0)
Last night on Impact Wrestling, Taryn Terrell dethroned the reigning champion HAVOK, while also fighting Gail Kim, in a three-way match to become the new TNA Knockouts Champion. This is the first time Taryn has held gold in TNA, and we want to send all our congratulations her way! XOXO
News posted by Brie • Date Published on: November 19th, 2014 • (0)
Fall/Winter 2014 brings some fresh ideas to fashion. Taking a cue from cooler, grayer days, designers have made gray an important color trend this season. But color-fanatics, fear not! There are plenty of bright style ideas out there too, from pops of color in Neo-Grunge to Brit-prep inspired Dolly Bird fashion. Mixing neutrals (and neutrals mean waaaay more than basic black! Animal print is officially a neutral.) is trendy too. And one of the biggest stories of all is one that we’ll all love embracing: comfort! In the form of blue or neutral denim paired with oversize sweaters and tunics, if its chunky or cabled, plus soft and warm, it is so in! You know what else is in?… Continue reading »
News posted by Brie • Date Published on: November 18th, 2014 • (0)
Brie: This PIAS, we’re time-tripping back to 2010 and snagging a set of snaps from one of my favorite divas: Michelle McCool. Her fashion sense was stellar, as evidenced by this outfit. The dress+OTK combo was raging hot at the time and it’s experiencing a revival at the moment as well, with OTK’s being a big FW2014 runway trend. (Trivia: OTK’s were popularized in the 60’s by Balenciaga and Yves St. Laurent, when they were often worn with the mini skirts made classic by Britain’s Mary Quant. As fashion winks at the 60’s again, we’re seeing the OTK’s make a comeback. Isn’t it cool how iconic looks keep coming back around?) The studs keep Michelle’s mini dress definitely modern, especially when paired with the leather strip accents at the top of her dress: hints of leather are still going strong as a trend. Like her OTK’s, Michelle’s bangs nod at the 60’s, while her low pony keeps the look classy and clean. Her trademark statement earrings brought in a touch of glamorous sparkle. Lastly, her strong-eyed make-up was a perfect finish to this ensemble, in keeping with the rockstar attitude and powerful statement of her outfit.
News posted by Brie • Date Published on: November 17th, 2014 • (0)
If there exists somewhere a magical castle in which a hideous beast -who was once a prince- is imprisoned, we’re pretty sure Christy would be the lady to return him to his rightful form. She has incredible vision! It’s constantly in evidence with all the Knockouts’ super-awesome photoshoots. Seeing what the KO’s are capable of seems like a stellar recommendation for being able to recognize a prince in beast form. Or, for helping people unleash their inner fashion beast! Christy never has any trouble releasing that ferocious monster known as her fashion sense. That’s probably why she’s so good at seeing it in others. She’s been amazingly dedicated to wrestling since being scooped out of obscurity in WWE’s Diva Search; it’s the same kind of wild chance that brought Belle face to face with her Beast. Like Belle, once Christy found herself within wrestling’s walls, she’s never let go and she’s worked hard to make it better through her being there. With that kind of stubborn, touching faith and allegiance, wouldn’t you let Christy keep your dagger any day? We sure would!
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