As someone who often eschews getting dressed for the luxuries of working at home, today’s tip is a continued riff on the trend that’s had fashion muses like Nicole Richie, Tilda Swinton and Rihanna over the moon since the look first appeared on runways in 2012: sleepwear as daywear. You know… pajama style.
Day or night, the style set is taking their pajamas out for a spin, pairing satin skirts with bulky sweaters, camis with dressy sweatpants (yes, that’s now a thing,) jewel-toned slippers with dress pants, and slip dresses with a pair of heels and a blazer. From comfy to silky, sleepwear is officially out of the bedroom for a perfectly undone and seriously chic daywear wardrobe redo. Here are some great celebrity all day pajama pieces to get the conversation started. And go.
Whether slim and sleek or a big chunky chain, choker necklaces are back from the 90′s, and for very good reason. Once spring/summer ’14′s runway like Chanel and L’Wren Scott started the charge, choker necklaces have been seen on everyone from the street style set, to off-duty models, to the red carpet and back again. Isn’t it time you jumped on this oh-so-stylish trend?
Try pairing a scoop neck tee with a bold beaded or metal collar, or a chunky gold chain choker with your must-have summer blazer — there are so many styles of choker heating up the fashion set, that’s it’s hard to go wrong. We’ve even seen a simple ribbon tied neatly around the neck add an ultra urban, yet feminine touch to even the simplest outfits.read more
From Marc Jacobs mink-hued wigs to Emerson and Hervé Leger’s neon and pastel streaked runway styles, the recent adoration for crayola-inspired hair colors has gone beyond fashion week’s recent frenzy, and landed on the heads of celebrities like Ireland Baldwin, Kelly Osborne, and a favorite fashion muse of this writer Nicole Richie. The hot color of choice? Purple.
Of course, Kelly Osborne kicked the purple hair hue off nearly 3-years ago with her recurring turn on E!’s “Fashion Police,” a look that the network’s powers that be took to to the tune of a 3-year contractual obligation to not veer from the violet shade. It seems now, though, it’s becoming a veritable trend with Baldwin posting her own shade of purple-drenched locks earlier in the week and Richie following suit — looking equal parts elegant and edgy.
Way back in July we told you about Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle “newsletter” site Goop.com’s expansion into the e-commerce market by offering up a single white tee designed in collaboration with fashion label Kain. Since then, Goop has continued it’s leap-and-bound expansion by pairing with the likes of MIH Jeans, Rag and Bone, Turkish-T, Melissa Odabash, Alexandra Von Furstenberg on a flurry of clothing, accessories and home goods — and it seems the list growing.
The latest capsule in Gwyneth’s entrepreneurial enterprise is with none other than fellow celebrity-turned-fashion icon, Nicole Richie, whose partnership grew out of “personal friendship” — the fruits of which are a specially designed clutch straight from Richie’s House of Harlow 1960 label.
The “Addison” handbag is a classic snakeskin clutch in oxblood and teal topped with a metallic jaguar closer. The limited-edition bag is available via Paltrow’s ‘GOOP Collection‘ for a limted time only, so if you’re looking for a super stylish Fall clutch for those evening events, then be sure to click on over and snap your’s up soon. Just who will Gwyneth pair with next?! Only time will tell!read more
We’re excited that style icon who recently collaborated with Macy’s to debut a collection for the fall will now add a fragrance to her brand. Debuting today at Nordstrom’s the new scent called Nicole offers a soulfoul scent that is both bohemian and feminine and is paired with a lotion and shower gel.
“Nicole was inspired by the scents of my childhood. It’s very much a reflection of my individual style—a spiritual balance of femininity and bohemian. It’s the notion that fashion can be easy, comfortable and offer juxtaposition between casual and luxury,” said Richie in a press release.
The perfume runs at $69 for a 3.4 oz bottle and $55 for 1.7 oz. The body lotion at 6.7 ounces will run you $36 and the shower gel $28.
You’ll be able to find the new line online and in-store at Macy’s, Nordstrom, Dillards and other specialty department stores.
We’ve been all abuzz about Nicole Richie’s collaborative collection for Macy’s Impulse Collection — and typically that means sneak peeks. Except Richie’s camp has been nearly radio silent on releasing pictures (with the blouse she wore to the private launch party and two promotional shots as exceptions) — until today!
So… Happy Monday, folks! The Lookbook for Richie’s Impulse Collection is here and if you’re a fan of printed dresses, you are going to be very, very pleased.
Richie had this to say about keeping the collection accessible. “more than ever, American women are wearing many different hats. We’re not just one dimensional, and I wanted this collection to be a nod to how many roles women are taking on at this point.” – Amen, sister.
The 25-piece collection is set to drop in stores and online, retailing between $49 – $149 and will be a mixture of masculine and feminine pieces set in fall 2012′s jewel tones and busy prints… you know, the boho-chic thing that Richie does so well.read more
We here at Posh Beauty have been in the throws of anticipation since we revealed to you way back in May that Nicole Richie was set to collaborate on an Impulse line for Macy’s, and it seems that’s just the way Macy’s wants it — for little else has been revealed since. Until now.
Outed by none-other than herself, Richie wore the first sneak peek of the collection to the collaborations upcoming launch party in the form of a sheer black & white blouse embellished with a modern line-drawing print. This is the very first reveal of her limited-edition Macy’s Impulse line and it certainly got our shopping-juices flowing!
The limited-edition collection, set to include 25 pieces, and inspired by music (the gal does seem to surround herself with rock-n-roll types) will be priced between $49 and $149, and is set to hit store shelves in September.