Harmonious Sweatpant, $118 at Lulu Lemon
Monrow Heather Fleece Vintage Sweats , $79 at Revolve Clothing
Cinderhouse Knit Trousers, $75 at Madewell
Not sure if this look was inspired by the variegated stripe of a Red Panda tail or the irregularity of a cinnamon swirl, but either way this stripe-lights dye job takes ombre to a whole new HORRIBLE level. When it comes to hair, pretty much anything can be done but that doesn't mean it necessarily should be. Covering stray greys are a must, but keeping it natural especially when you are 50+ is probably a good idea...
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The winter blues may have us craving for more sleep, hungry for more food and reaching for anything black because until spring comes, we are technically in mourning. However, this season don't let a little cold weather get you down. Add a few brights to your lot of darkness with shots of pink, emerald green and ever so chic camel. You'd be surprised how much a little bit of color can warm the heart and put a smile on your pretty little fashion loving face.
(left) Hot Bright Pink Colorblock Scarf, $59.50 at Banana Republic
(right) Moschino Cheap and Chic Ribbed wool mini skirt, $475 at Net-A-Porter
Unless it is Halloween, NO grown woman should ever be caught dead wearing a Mickey Mouse inspired headband. And shame on the designer for even thinking this was a good idea... the 5 year old Disney ship has sailed.
Eugenia Kim Mickey silk-chiffon and grosgrain headband, $50 at The Outnet
Coat collector or not, here are three classic styles that every man should own. So if you don't have any of these, you better get started ASAP, and if you have all three, you are already ahead of the game and are on par to look sharp once winter strikes.
PEA COAT: This Navy born style, got its name from the wool fabric it is commonly made of, which the Dutch call ‘pij’ (meaning ‘pilot cloth’). Great for a more casual look but forever timeless.
J.Crew Dock peacoat with Thinsulate®, $228
TRENCH: Thousands of British soldiers during WWI sported a rain coat designed by Thomas Burberry while they fought in the trenches. This is why this clever design is known as the "trench coat" today. Key: Buying a trench with a removable liner that will keep you warm in the winter but rain ready in the spring.
Burberry London Cotton-Gabardine Trench Coat, $1,810 at Mr. Porter
TOP COAT: Also known as an overcoat, this style means business as it is often worn over a suit. Again this is a coat that originated in the military but it came way before the pea and the trench as it is traced back to the time of Napoleon. Today, this style is offered in both single and double-breasted silhouettes but your best bet is to keep it clean and simple.
BOSS by Hugo Boss 'Sintrax' Wool Blend Coat, $645 at Nordstrom