Designer Trina Turk has turned her talent into a brand that embraces prints, pops of color and a playful design sensibility. After twenty years her eponymous label still translates trends seamlessly into its aesthetic of california style.
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Lela Rose is lending the southern charm she’s used to dress first ladies and screen sirens to her spring collection with Lane Bryant. While priced significantly lower than its four-figure counterpart the spring collection remains “reminiscent of her signature style” featuring lavish textiles and a playful color palette.
A favorite of Michelle Obama’s and Jessica Alba’s the Texan native seems excited to be allowing the everyday woman a chance to experience the glamour of her clothing. While some designers veer from of their usual aesthetics with retail collaborations for fear catering to full-figured women will bring logistical issues the Lela Rose Brand found it easy to stay true to their sense of style. Of branching out into plus-size attire Rose said “all women want to look beautiful, the design philosophy does not change at all”.
See more of Lela Rose for Lane Bryant below.
There was a time when I was in high school that it was all about Charlotte Russe. I would ride the number 70 bus with my friend Hannah no less than once a week to get a shirt that proclaimed “your boyfriend wants me” or that shopping was, and frankly still is, my therapy. But I always knew there were things my beloved Charlotte Russe just could not provide, like well fitting jeans and dresses that didn’t require me to remove a rib. This is why I am happy to announce that this retailer has just launched Charlotte Russe Plus Sizes.
This line is the stuff of young full figured women’s dreams containing the latest trends at a reasonable cost. Charlotte Russe Plus Sizes boasts comfortable denim, fringe kimonos, cute rompers, and more.
This black chiffon option would be a great whimsical choice for a music festival. The material and cut providing effortless style with the dark color keeping the look practical because let’s face it music festivals involve a lot of sitting in the dirt.
Check out more of the collection below.
Looking for cute and casual clothes to take you into fall? Take a look at Target. The comfort-first style of Tom’s signature shoes have been perfectly translated with the upcoming Toms for Target collaboration. The brands have collaborated on a line of diverse and affordable gifts for the holiday season. Unlike Target’s much talked about previous designer collaboration, Toms for Target has a more laid back vibe marrying form with function.
Available in stores and online November 16th the collection includes over fifty items for under $50 and ranges from footwear to accessories to home goods. The most attractive thing about shopping Target for Toms is that you don’t have to feel guilty when snagging something for yourself. Toms is continuing its tradition of charity by donating a meal, blanket, or pair of shoes to those in need for each purchase. So go ahead and grab yourself whatever you like because giving is something we can all get behind. Check out our favorite pieces below: