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It seems like every season there's another onslaught of '80s-inspired garb. What some people may call the decade of bad taste, we call a true nod to pre-'90s-grunge extravagance. While anyone with shoulder pads is hard to take seriously these days (unless you're Tom Brady), those electric-hued blazers and scarf-printed threads are coming back in a big way. Trust, Versace himself would be so proud (we're just bummed we stupidly tossed our acid-wash jeans!).
It's all about channeling modern, laid-back swag, not Dynasty's over-the-top opulence. Pair your Flash Dance-style sweatshirt with a floor-grazing maxi or tone down a technicolor top with classic, pointy-toe heels. The last thing you want is for someone to think you're late for a Desperately Seeking Susan convention!
There’s been so much speculation about Kim Kardashian’s style evolution ever since she and Kanye West became a thing. Really, we could fill a book with it. (Not to be confused with Kim’s actual upcoming tome of selfies.) But, in a recent interview with the reality star and momma a front-rower, the London Evening read
Leaving work at work is easier said than done. Often, we find ourselves lugging our laptops to and from the office — not wanting to part from important files or programs we may need offsite. (Sad times, we know.) That, in turn, can lead to toting around two bags instead of one.
Here's the dilemma: Our regular satchel read