Cooler temperatures call for a shift in our wardrobe; some pieces are put to the wayside while others can be incorporated into warmer ensembles. Thicker fabrics, layering, and closed-toed shoes all have the spotlight. The mood and vibe for fall integrate functionality, comfort, and style into one outfit. This week, we at Melrose have ten layered looks for our young ladies that showcase various outerwear pieces, like shackets and fleece jackets, how we styled them, and other creative ways to elevate their fashion with our selection.
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At Melrose, our customers are always searching for the latest fashion trends. We're excited to incorporate Ed Hardy's unique designs into our collection. Ed Hardy is a renowned brand known for its unique tattoo-inspired designs. With early 2000s fashion pieces like baby tees, wide-leg flare jeans, and loose tailoring currently a trending staple, Ed Hardy fits into the Y2K subculture boom. Read more below about Don Ed Hardy, his brand, work, and the styles we created with bootcut jeans, cargo pants, and a parachute skirt using Ed Hardy short-sleeved crop tops we have available in store.
Essential fashion items don't have to be dressed in a drab and boring way, despite their affordability and versatility. For example, casually wear a simple, solid-colored shirt with denim or linen and accessorize with a belt, some jewelry, and a contrasting handbag. Another way to use essential fashion is to dress it up with dress pants or a flowing skirt. My Melrose shows three basic top styles in brilliant and exciting spring colors like orange, kelly green, and red. This week's entry in the My Melrose Style Guide showcases different ways to spruce and freshen these bright basics using a variety of bottoms, shoes, and bags.
The wait is over; My Melrose has brand new apparel styles, the first of the year. To begin our first apparel blog of the year, we share eight western-inspired looks appropriate for two-stepping at a country club or visiting the local rodeo. The outfits feature plaid flannel tops, a spaghetti strap halter, a mock neck, a graphic tee, denim jeans, booties, and western boots. Some looks are inspired by traditional western fashion, while others are more modernized and chic. Take a gander below at our western-inspired selections.
Changing your wardrobe is fun to think about as you get older and discover more ways to express your style. You surf the web and find some cute items, bralettes being among the choices. You fell in love, yet you face the frustration of wearing a new bralette and don't know where to start. So turn to your friends here at My Melrose and read our latest style guide article on how to wear a bralette featuring some of our newly curated styles and outside examples to help get into some details.
Fall is the perfect season to start getting cozy and whip out some beautiful and stylish outfits using layering as your tool to be original and show off your fashion. My Melrose believes everyone should have comfortable and stylish fall outfits that make you look and feel your best with little effort needed. For your day trip to the pumpkin patch this season, you should include warm layers that play with different textures, shapes and colors. There's always a fun challenge when incorporating trending fashion or simply styling to your body shape. Use this insallment of the My Melrose style guide for inspiration when going with either your family, friends, or partner to the pumpkin patch to explore and get cute pictures for the fall season.
Any leading man or leading lady could be called a movie star, but among those already rare individuals whose commanding physical presence and charisma commands the attention of an audience, few can truly be considered icons. Charlie Chaplin, James Dean, John Wayne, Bette Davis, Claudette Colbert, and Audrey Hepburn are among those rare stars whose legacies and likenesses have endured, cementing them as icons. One icon eclipses them all, her work and visage recognizable worldwide even a full 60 years after her tragic death: Marilyn Monroe.
Sometimes we look at our closet and think, “I have nothing to wear,” and the feeling of frustration resulting in dramatically plopping on the bed with all hope lost. In reality, our closets are full of clothes with various combinations. Take the time to sit with your closet and get creative even with the most basic items you can think of. This week, My Melrose keeps things simple when we run out of creative energy, have a lazy day, or feel overwhelmed. Pull out some jeans and a variety of tops to start with and tune into these seven outfit inspirations.
With nostalgia as the key theme for fashion; this week we take it back to a pivotal era of world history that pushed the Civil Rights Movement, rose rebellion to the Vietnam War, ignited the second wave of the feminist movement, highlighted the Watergate scandal, and brought awareness to environmental issues. Light up your earthy incense, plug in your lava lamps, brush your long feathery hair, slide off your platform shoes and sink into your plush papasan chairs for a trip to the 1970s.