One of the most fun ideas we've come across recently: putting a frilly camisole over (rather than under) a delicate blouse.
Sometimes it feels like these white smudges are inevitable—so it's a relief to learn that you can get rid of them.
Araks Yeramyan designs the elegant Araks line of underthings—and has developed a neat trick for getting the gentlest wash.
Go for a structured, single-breasted blazer that fits snugly through the sleeves and has high armholes.
Go for a jacket that hits mid-thigh: The short length will offset its roomy shape and lend a dose of sex appeal.
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 h…
Both billowy and covered-up, these gathered-neck blouses are totally chic.
We saw this styling trick once on the runway at Marc Jacobs and fell in love with it instantly.
There's a lot of extra fabric around the middle here, so wear these skirts with the belt tied snugly around the top part of your hips.
These look totally overpowering at first glance, but breaking them them up puts everything in proportion.
Take it in a polished, wildly sophisticated direction
When both pieces are black, this combination looks like a chic, streamlined bootie.
Expert advice for creating the perfect tonal ensemble.
These tiny, knife-sharp folds are incredibly gorgeous—but it doesn't take much for them to lose their shape.
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 c…