Just because fitness wear is supposed to be functional, that doesn’t mean it can’t be fashionable too. Many brands have started carrying more eye-catching pieces. Fun prints and cutouts are going to be huge this spring so why not carry those trends into your workout gear. Here’s a few stylish and workout-friendly pieces that I’m loving.
Nike Printed Cropped Active Capris $99
Nike Pro Three Inch Printed Short $32
Adidas by Stella McCartney Studio Printed Long Tights $72.99
H&M Sports Bra- Blue $19.95
Body Angle Activewear Lace Shorts $52
The Player by Victoria’s Secret Racerback $29.50-32.50
Anthropologie Pure + Good Striped Ruffle Jacket $98
Onzie Floral Burst Crop Legging $56
Teeki Lavender Diamond Tribe Hot Pant $66 (these are made from recycled water bottles!)
Vimmia Abstracted Racerback Bra$74
Zella Power Play Live In’ Leggings $64
Zobha Anya Bra $58
Hitting the gym is a lot more fun when you’re in an outfit you love. It boosts your confidence which can lead to a better workout, so don’t shy away from getting those leggings you’ve been eyeing, because they could lead to an extra set or two in the gym.
Posted in Fitness, Style, Wellness
Tagged active wear, activewear, exercise, fashion, fitness, health, healthy, hotpants, leggings, sportsbra, style, trend, trendy, wellness, workout, workout wear
Why do we love middle parts? It’s probably because not everyone can pull them off, or so they think. A lot of people are just too afraid to try something so minor that makes such a drastic change, but that’s why I love it.
As each season goes by, more and more ladies are letting their locks flow freely and parting their hair right down the center of their heads. It completely changes your look. Middle parts can easily be formal with just a little styling, or for more casual outings you can go the easy route and wear your hair as-is.
With all the variations, the messy middle part won me over this season. It’s just so easy! Just part you hair, tousle it a little, use a beach spray, and add a few waves for texture. It makes you look like a bohemian goddess from the seventies, and who doesn’t want that?
Lets take a look at some familiar faces rockin the middle part…
Georgia May Jagger
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
It’s an easy look, and there’s so many ways to wear it. If you’re afraid of changing it up, I highly recommend you step out of your comfort zone. A change in your part can completely change the styling of your outfit and could be that finishing touch you need.
Posted in Beauty, Hair
Tagged beauty, bohemian, fashion, hair, hairstyle, hairstyles, messy hair, middle part, natural, spring 2014, style, trends, trendy
Prints electrify your outfit. They give an exciting, eye-catching touch, which is probably why so many designers wanted it on their runways.
There were so many beautiful patterns and prints gracing the runway, that I just have to pay homage. Some of my favorite patterns are floral and the ever-so-popular marble print (at least popular this season). Geometrics, stripes, landscapes, randomness, I don’t care what print it is. Just wear it, because this season, you can.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
Diane von Furstenberg
Wild prints can be seen and worn everywhere. There’s endless ways to incorporate them into your outfit. Don’t be afraid to try something out of your comfort zone, because that’s where the magic happens.
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Tagged beauty, fashion, graphicprints, prints, runway, runway looks, spring 2014, spring2014, style, trend, trending, trendy
Fringe is one of my absolute favorites. Maybe it’s my inner flower child, but it’s just so free and flowing. I love everything about it. It just makes me want to move.
Luckily, I’m not the only one who loves it. Many variations of fringe were seen on the runways. Its flowing glory was showcased in all different fabrics, colors, and patterns.
Marc Jacobs RTW
You can never forget the accessories. Purses with fringe and/or tassels are one of my favorite ways to rock this look.
I apply this trend to my style a little differently, because I don’t live on a runway or on the pages of Vogue. I love the bohemian feel of fringe. I love it flowing long from my jackets and kimonos. I love a good a long fringe skirt that follows me as I walk, and I just love the movement of the tassels as the wind blows past me.
Whether you dress it up or dress it down, fringe can add so much personality to any outfit. If a lot of fringe is too much for you remember, accessories can always add a perfect little touch.
Get some fringe and “get on the bus.”
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Tagged bohemian, fashion, flowing, fringe, runway, runwaylooks, spring 2014, spring2014, style, trend, trends, trendy