Gap's beloved legging jean gets a delightfully dotty update.
Could kaleidoscopic horses be the new kaleidoscopic florals? For our part, we really, really hope so.
Yes, it is possible to find a luxe silk button-up in an awesome color and at an affordable price.
This neutral, classic topper would've caught our eye even without that alluring under-three-figure price tag.
Cocktail party, here we come.
Come to think of it, the No Doubt singer would also be right at home in these rockabilly-cool cropped trousers.
Don't blame us when "Please Mr. Postman" winds up stuck in your head for days.
Get a load of that pear!
A subtle and not-at-all-cheesy way to wear leopard spots.
Suddenly, we're craving old-school Juicy Fruit gum like whoa.
The Peter Pan collar is feminine, the little cutout flirty. A perfect balance, no?
Too cold outside for your favorite bateau tees and boat shoes? Try this nautical bauble instead!
This is probably tucked away in Zooey Deschanel's closet already.
A visually-intriguing take on a collegiate classic.
Dress it down with your favorite distressed boyfriend jeans.
It's a blouse! It's a tuxedo! It's a bluxedo!
A Nu Rave way to stay warm.
Glittery footwear: still going strong, in case you were wondering.
The cropped length keeps it from looking too corporate.
Baroque swirls look even better in blue.
How about a starry-eared surprise?
Consider this your incentive to utilize that New Year's gym membership.
Finally, a knit worth howling about.
The sporty silhouette and traditional fabric make for a cool contrast.
Who framed Fido?
We've spotted this mixed-media piece all over the blogosphere—not to mention all around our office. Here's a crazy-affordable iteration.
Make like Azealia Banks.
Velvet's one of the most winter-appropriate fabrics around, and we love the tribal detailing on this darling dress.
Take color-blocking to the office.
Would look equally awesome with a pair of tailored trousers.
A little Wes Anderson, a little Alexander Wang.
Tennis racquet and impeccable side braid not included, unfortunately.
Pretty much the sexiest white button-up we've ever spotted.
Now these are party pants if ever we've seen a pair.
Make them formal with a pair of pointy metallic pumps, or go casual with some comfy smoking slippers.
Is it too early to start planning that Valentine's Day ensemble?
We love the delicate double-layered collar.
There are few things as appealing as a casual tee all done up in a fancy finish.
Not quite as cheap as a black-and-white cookie, but infinitely longer-lasting—not to mention less caloric.
Paging Taylor Swift...
Made for wintertime twirling.
Don't be surprised if you spot these T-straps on an extra in the upcoming Gatsby reboot.
The cold-weather way to wear florals.
The silhouette's totally traditional, while those pyramid studs are anything but.
Try it on with different belts to switch up your look.
Layer it over opaque black tights for some duo-toned pop.
Leather shorts are a wintertime style standby, and we adore that sweet scalloped hem.
So perfect with a pair of leather leggings, or layered beneath a big black faux fur vest.
So very Marc Jacobs Spring 2013.
Plain old star studs are great and all—but these are works of art.
The color palette is seasonless, but that linen fabrication means you'll wear this one well into summer.
Pair it with a cozy knit in a bright color, like cerulean blue or sunshine yellow.
How amazing would this look with a winter white maxi skirt?
"Ugly sweaters" and cheeky graphic pullovers were huge last year. Now, metallic coated knits are the new frontier.
Joan Holloway would most certainly approve.
The color alone makes it a must-have; plus, the long strap is ideal for slinging across your winter coat.
Guaranteed to keep your neck warmer than any standard-issue wool scarf will.
Look out—someone's on the prowl!
Scarf prints and animal patterns: a surprisingly stylish match.
Style straight out of Star Trek.
Simple, stunning and seriously Kate Middleton-esque.
Excuse us while we "cross" the perfect patterned sweater off our shopping list.
Traditional Scottish plaids are making a major comeback. Just ask Karl Lagerfeld.
The LLD (little leather dress): just as vital a closet component as the LBD. And hey, this covers both bases!
Thoroughly modern Mondrian.
Ah, the benefits of fringe.
Your stilettos are gonna be jealous.
A crazy-cozy take on the classic biker jacket.
Layer it over opaque tights and a fitted, thin black turtleneck now; then, wear it solo once the weather warms.
Check and mate.
That square neckline's the perfect frame for a statement necklace.
True, you'd be the only one to actually see them—but wouldn't you feel so happy pulling these babies on under your boots?
Straight outta Anna Karenina.
Clueless dressing reimagined for north-of-Los-Angeles weather.
Gorilla arms made wearable.
Yes, you can actually wear this both before and after February 14. Promise.
We had to look twice before realizing this wasn't Lanvin.
Those tone-on-tone tuxedo stripes couldn't be more slimming.
Isabel Marant-esque style—for a steal.
Fair Isle: It's not just for sweaters.
Not your grandpa's cable knit, that's for sure.
And the track pant continues to evolve...
Slip this on, and the folks at Marvel will be banging down your door.
Jailbird stripes: get 'em while they're hot.
Proof positive that spiders can be cute, not creepy.
Black skinny jeans will make these really stand out.