Early 90’s saw the appearance of grunge bands left and right after Nirvana took over MTV, and soon everyone was filled with angst and a closet filled with over sized sweaters. The girls of the grunge movement definitely made an impact too, the most well known being Courtney Love along with fellow grunge goddesses on the scene such as Kat Bjelland of Babes in Toyland and Kathleen Hanna, who would soon help spread the fem-power word in Le Tigre. These girls managed to find a balance between innocent baby-dolls, lace, mismatched colors, heavy layers and usually smeared makeup here and there – and soon it spilled into the streets, albeit quickly being replaced by the next popstar trend. Nowadays the grunge babes have for the most part moved on but it seems it’s time for the look to make a comeback – cue this fall’s runways. Many designers were heavily influenced by the rocker chicks of days passed and with celebrities like Taylor Momsen on the scene, this is a look we can expect to see on the street style scene soon enough. Check out how to do the grunge look right below – Click on the image to find out where to get all the pieces featured!
AnnaSophia Robb’s first shot as Carrie Bradshaw has finally been revealed! Young, stylish, and lots of wild hair – this look screams Pre-Mr. Big Carrie, a time when heartache was cured by a trip to Ben and Jerry’s instead of the local happy hour – but still involved a major shopping spree. Nice to see even in youth Carrie was always a lover of prints, colors, and to die for heels. Definitely can’t wait for The Carrie Diaries to make it’s long awaited premiere!
Sundays are for three things – brunch, shopping and fabulous DIY projects…today we’re pretty excited as we’ve somehow miraculously made time for all three! After falling madly in love with this brilliant DIY on one of our fave creative spots, Honestly…WTF, we had to take a stab at it – now that the results are in and are fantastic, we can’t help but share. Check out Honestly‘s step by step below and share your Sunday DIY!