You've finally gotten into a style groove. You know what looks good and even have some killer go-to looks — but then, your life changes. You’ve nabbed the big job, had the first (or second) baby, entered a new decade — and suddenly, the clothes you once rocked just don't seem to rock quite as much anymore. That flared skirt silhouette looks too young. Ditto on the girly prints and too-low skinny jeans that just aren’t channeling that glamour vibe you're craving. Suddenly, after a milestone (or many) you have to suss out a wardrobe that works for the playground, the big meeting, or your 40th birthday party.So, how exactly do you navigate these big life transitions, with really great style on your side? We've asked three sartorial gurus — Glamour’s fashion market director, Sarah Meikle, Barneys New York's Creative Ambassador at Large, Simon Doonan, and super stylist, Annabel Tollman — for advice on how to stay current through life’s iconic moments.
We haven’t met a designer collaboration we didn’t like. So, ever since we first glimpsed Aldo Rise’s partnership with London-based Ostwald Helgason last Fashion Week, we’ve been eagerly awaiting the moment we can finally get our mits on the goods from the duo’s dive into the handbag-and-footwear realm. Well, the read
We’ll never stop shopping at our favorite big-box stores. But, sometimes, it’s those smaller, hidden gems that feel infinitely more special. Combine that under-the-radar quality with an ethically sustainable business, and you have South Carolina-based Proud Mary — an e-boutique that works exclusively with artisans read