Holly Shannon didn't always dream of being a jewelry designer. With a background in painting and sculpting, today Shannon creates beautiful and unique fine jewelry that is ahead of many current trends.
If you’re anything like us, you spend all year long dreaming of the first snowfall. Then it happens — and you spend the rest of the winter dreaming of a tropical getaway. Not so magical, after all.
Baby, it's starting to get COLD outside. So what should be your go-to accessory when temperatures drop below freezing? Well, Refinery29 has got your back on that one, with a slideshow of 12 of the most fashionable (and warm!) winter gloves to keep your mitts cozy.
The first gloves come from All Saints, and might actually be my favorite of the whole group. $95 isn't a bad price for black leather gloves with burgundy fur trim-- plus, that fur trim stuff is definitely on trend right now!
Kate Spade's Pow Pow Mittens are also a big favorite, with their bright colors and cheeky call-outs. Though I usually don't go for the mitten, since it keeps my fingers from use, I actually think these are really adorable, and would be worth overlooking the finger factor.
Madewell's dotted gloves are a little simpler, yet still go a long way for warmth-- plus they've got that convenient pointer finger hole when you need to slip the tip of your finger out to use your smartphone. The colors are nice too, with the soft gray creating a sweet contrast to the red polkadots.
Finally, if you're looking for something more on the stylish side, Rag & Bone has you covered with their quilted leather driving gloves, complete with rose bush pattern. Though these gloves aren't my favorite, I can definitelty see how they would appeal to a more fashionable woman, who is more interested in completing her outfit than keeping her fingers warm. There's a pair of gloves in here for everyone, no matter what winter weather you live in!
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It's always hard to nail the perfect holiday outfit. Especially when it's freezing outside, and a coat is likely to squash the effort and time you put into creating a great outfit. This is why I'm so enamored by Jane Aldridge's recent outfit creation on Sea of Shoes-- it's absolutely beautiful, perfect for the season, and even looks great with a coat!
Tulle is always a really difficult to wear, especially because tutu skirts often look like they belong on a ballerina, not a fashionista. However-- Aldridge somehow manages to seriously challenge that notion with this fabulous tulle knee-lenght Anthropologie skirt. Paired with an adorable red cable knit sweater and pink and red pumps, the outfit is absolutely perfect for the holiday season, and shows off a really on-point trend that is hard to master. What I also particularly like about this post is the fact that the staple piece-- the tulle skirt-- is from Anthrolpologie, a very affordable store for women of all ages. It is often very frustrating when style blogs will put together great outfits, featuring key pieces that costs thousands of dollars most of us don't have to spend on one skirt or top. That's one of the reasons I am such a fan of Aldridge-- she's mastered the art of fashionable and affordable.
In terms of outerwear, the adorable outfit even features a great military-style winter coat from Zara. Though it doesn't seem like it would be the warmest coat, it is wool and therefore offers warmth as well as styles perfectly without detracting from the other pieces of the outfit.
All in all, if you've ever wondered how best to wear a tutu-style skirt, Aldridge is the one to ask!
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