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During fashion month, we noticed one major trend that pretty much everyone adopted on the street style scene. Berets—those “cliché” hats typically reserved for French tourist shops—were everywhere. We’ll trace it back to the runways of Gucci and Christian Dior, where the designers made a strong case for the unexpected accessory. Shown in bright hues or crafted from leather, the fashion houses made a statement on the runways that has now made it to the street style scene in a big way. But what is the best way to wear one? Ahead we’re breaking down how to style with a beret so you look like a fashion girl and not a tourist.
The most important thing we learned is about the placement. There are a few ways to wear a beret. The most popular way is just covering the hairline on the forehead tilted to one side. Another way to style it is farther back on the head, similar to how you might wear a slouchy beanie. Another key trick to wearing one comes down to the styling. Try a vibrant color to add a pop of color to a neutral look, or wear one to elevate a dress and over-the-knee boots.
Pretty much any trend from the past is ripe for a comeback these days. It may take years, but eventually, you'll find said item in your wardrobe rotation once again. The latest accessories trend to make its resurgence? The sunglass chain.
Looma Jewelry has officially made your granny's glasses chains cool again. Not only are the chains stylish (they come in an array of colors and sizes), but they are practical too.
Tousled waves, easy ponytails, dishevelled up-dos… all of the usual seasonal hairstyle suspects have been present and correct at the spring/summer 2016 shows, but this time finished off with a stellar hair accessory to transform them from simple to stand-out.
If you look closely, you'll notice a recurring theme with celebrity outfits this summer: Everyone is wearing gold hoop earrings on vacation. Specifically, stars are crazy about New York–based designer Jennifer Fisher's versions—everyone from Emily Ratajkowski to Michelle Obama has worn her creations on trips this summer.
Fisher told Who What Wear how she's running with the massive popularity of the earrings: "Our brass hoops have changed our business in the last six months so much so that we have launched a version in fine and are going to continue to expand the collection in both brass and fine," she said. "We will also start to sell the fine hoops in singles in order to capitalize on the multiple piercing craze that has exploded in the last year."
Courtney Trop is a Los Angeles–based blogger who created Always Judging as a place to share what inspires her. Originally a destination to share her personal style, it has evolved to include her passions for music and beauty. Her approach to style is effortless and understated, but also unpredictable. Below, Trop is sharing her viewpoint on bags for this season.
Olivia Lopez is the Los Angeles–based editor of Lust for Life, a creative outlet named after her favorite Iggy Pop song. Encompassing fashion, lifestyle, and travel, her blog has grown into a business that has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Condé Nast Traveler, Teen Vogue, and more. Below, Lopez is sharing her style tips.
If you've spent any time on Instagram this summer, you will no doubt have stumbled across the sunglasses of the season: Takesh eyewear, founded by 25-year-old artist-cum-designer Niki Takesh.
The kitschy-but-cute Lolita-esque sunglasses—which come in five different shades from baby blue and red to rose-tinted lenses—are like a modern reinterpretation of the classic cat-eye lens, (something that's been a signature of Takesh's for years). "I've always had a thing for sunglasses," says Takesh, who's put her frames on the faces of all her BFF's already (Paloma Elsesser, Ruby and Lily Aldridge, and Atlanta de Cadanet Taylor), "I just really wanted sunglasses that were unattainable or nonexistent."
If Kendall, Gigi, and Selena have anything to say about it—and we know they do—face-flattering sunglasses are suddenly passé. Before summer ends, indulge in the latest in shady behavior: skinny frames reminiscent of "Oops"-era Britney Spears. Adam Selman's collab with Le Specs inspired the models' optical proclivities, but the selection of thin—low-key uncomplimentary—frames are endless. Who needs a cheekbone-popping pair of cat eyes when these sunglasses are somuch cooler?