You could say that earrings are having a great season: There are sophisticated and graphic shapes that follow the shape of the ear, pops of colour and even ones that convey personal messages from one ear to the other. Earrings are having their moment and I’m jumping right in with a few of my favourites.
Before you scoff/shriek/roll-your-eyes at wearing a skirt in winter, that may be because you don’t have the right one. While it’s natural to want to stay warm during the cold months and opt for a go-to pant, why not mix it up this season and usher in a winter skirt, especially when they’re so darn pretty.
We’ve all been there: Our inboxes slowly become inundated with celebratory invites—an after-work party here, a neighbour’s festive pot-luck there—and before you know it, you’re standing at home in your underwear, having pulled apart your closet looking for that one sparkly top that can turn your 9-to-5 uniform into a holiday ensemble. Here’s our latest style file to the rescue.
I’m happy to say that my obsession for bags has returned. I’ve reached a point in my mom life where I no longer need the gazillion pockets and space to hold baby stuff, but I still need room for a bit of mine, and a bit of theirs. Here’s why my new fave is so perfect.
This week I’m off to my cousin’s wedding in Houston, Texas. No kids. No husband. While many may not feel jazzed about big family get-togethers, I’ll be straight-up and tell you that I’m excited. What will I wear? Well, here’s what I’m packing.
I asked fashion stylist Ingrie Williams for a breakdown of her three top fall trends that’ll work best on my mom-bod (no body-con dresses here). And while Ingrie’s not a mom (yet), she’s styled Brooke Burke-Charvet and Meghan Markle for Best Health and sounds off on style on Chatelaine.com. Here, her curated list of what we all need right now.
While I’ve accepted that yoga clothes are now a part of my mom lifestyle, I still want to come off as stylish during school drop-off. Thankfully, there are fall fashion trends that can help elevate my trusty leggings to being worthy of a super-stylin’ mom. Here are 5 easy-to-wear must-haves that will make your average yoga pant look more chic than lazy when the school bell tolls.
This week on Snapshots is Truc Nguyen, a stylist who has worked at Vogue Living, Teen Vogue, and Flare as their Senior Style and Market Editor. Today, she’s mom of two-year-old Caroline, and a freelance fashion editor and stylist who also lends her expert know-how to online pubs like refinery29. Here, her favourite summer essentials.
Chalk it up to being lazy, but we’re tired of trying to figure out how to dress for our petite stature (at Love, Emoem we’re 5-foot and 5-foot-4, respectively). So we quizzed stylist Joan Balda (my twinsie at 5-foot) for her tips on looking chic when you’re under the height average (which BTW, is anything under 5-foot-4).
Holt Renfew‘s Divisional VP of Creative, Sandy Kim, shares her summer fashion and beauty must-have’s. “My wardrobe is one of those defining things that can speak to my personality depending on the day. It’s like wearing your heart on your sleeve.” So read on to see what she’ll be emoting this summer.