These 20 enthralling options combine cold-weather versatility with a heady dose of sensuality.
Pair two of the season's most stylish staples for four distinctly different ensembles.
Ironing works best, but the goal is to never actually touch the fabric.
Tricks for keeping this plush fabric looking great
The crisp, swingy shapes (and leg-lengthening black tights) make this an easy-to-wear combination with mod-inspired cool.
Because these jackets don't have shoulder seams—the top of the jacket just rounds down onto the arm—you lose your usual gauge of whether it fits right or not. So consider these factors instead.
With lots of pretty movement and an abbreviated length, this skirt is super-flirty—but everything has to hang well and hit in the right place. Here's what to look for.
This is one of the coolest silhouettes around—but in order for it to look right, the waistline and hem have to fall at the right spots. Here's how to pull it off effortlessly.
We saw this styling trick once on the runway at Marc Jacobs and fell in love with it instantly.
Some time next to the frozen peas is all it takes to prevent a fuzzy knit from making your black pants look like they belong to someone with a dozen cats.