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Once those low temperatures start to hit, it becomes harder and harder to find the motivation to infuse anything other than warmth into our wardrobes. Gone are the flirty florals and playful prints of summer, and we're left with decidedly more dreary options. Our solution? A little baroque.
Metallic foils, fleur de lis prints, and heavy-duty brocade couldn't be more perfect for chilly temps — and they're not so bad for your style, either. Here, 10 Renaissance-inspired pieces that'll fancy up your closet without looking the least bit costumey.
Creative agency Joint London thinks it's high time that Santa got a makeover. After all, the man hasn't had a style rethink in more than 80 years, when Coca-Cola first put his mug — and introduced that fur-trimmed red suit — in the company's holiday advertisements. And, what better way to get Father Christmas on trend read
Whenever we open our closet door or pass by our entryway mirror, there's a faint echo of some adage that won't let us get dressed in peace: "Take off one thing before you leave the house." "Black and blue never go together." "Remember when Becca wore white to Gordo's house and spilled down the front of her shirt and read