The online clothing store Stitch Fix delivers clothes straight to your door monthly based on your style preferences. Yahoo Lifestyle wondered: Who is Stitch Fix right for?
Last week we showed you how to recreate a look from Kate Spade; this week we're showing you how to get the Spring 2018 look from Maki Oh.
The government caught wind of a "controversial incident" where Perry wore a glittery dress with sunflowers in 2015.
The model is back at it again with her version of the best fall transitional shoe — a pair of mules designed in partnership with Stuart Weitzman.
In our first batch of November reads, the latest from White Oleander author Janet Fitch is top of the pile: Her new book, The Revolution of Marina M. is a historical coming-of-age drama that brings us back to Russia on the brink of complete cultural (and political) upheaval. Another novel that's similarly sweeping and yet completely different: Paul Takes The Form of a Mortal Girl tells the story of a young man trying to figure out his own identity against the backdrop of the early '90s AIDs epidemic and evolving LGBTQ scene. If you thought you loved Ritter in Jessica Jones, just wait 'til you catch her in novelist mode — she's wickedly good.
Instead of wearing her wedding dress for the big reveal, this bride wore an outfit she loves to go to bed in: a cat shirt she bought from Walmart and raggedy sweatpants.
Yahoo Lifestyle is turning favorite Spring/Summer 2018 runway looks from New York Fashion Week into a shoppable, wearable reality. The first designer look we've chosen to re-create is from Kate Spade.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her Kohl's partnership, Vera Wang launched a special capsule collection with a mix of apparel, shoes, handbags, and jewelry all affordably priced under $100.
Designer Christian Siriano has a new book out called "Dresses to Dream About," which gives an intimate look into his design process and how he begins each dress with a simple sketch.
Jane Fonda turns 80 in December, but she refuses to let age impact her style choices. On Saturday night the legendary actress stood out amongst a sea of celebrities at the LACMA Art + Film gala. Rocking a black shoulderless embroidered gown from the Elie Saab 2017 pre-fall collection, she complemented the overall look with short choppy blonde locks and smoky eyes. Whether it’s an off-the-shoulder dress or an Ariana Grande-esque ponytail — Fonda continues to push the fashion boundaries, wearing clothing that even some younger actresses can’t get away with. Click through the gallery to too see our ongoing gallery of all the times Jane Fonda rocked looks that some considered “too young” for her. Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram !
Max Mara is celebrating its classic coats with a traveling photo exhibition. But here are 10 ways to wrap yourself in similar luxury.
It's homecoming season, and alumni and students alike are gathering to celebrate their universities. This year, we've been detailing the rich legacy of homecoming at HBCUs — historically black colleges and universities initially founded on the premise of providing higher education for people of color.
Halloween queen Heidi Klum throws her 18th annual Halloween party, this time dressed as a werewolf from the Michael Jackson "Thriller" music video.
"HBCU majorette teams already exude 'Black Girl Magic,' but the costumes they wear only enhance the magic that is already present," says celebrity designer Brea Stinson.
Danielle Lombard talks about that now-familiar blue dress she wore for her entrance on "Bachelor in Paradise."
Inspired by the news that Princess Margaret used to spend two hours in bed every morning – chain-smoking, nonetheless – before taking a bath and having a vodka cocktail, I decided it was time I tried something new. Every morning this week at 6am I have drawn a hot bath, lit a candle, and chilled the f*** out. Before I start sounding like Marie Antoinette, there is some science behind this.
Drinking at least one glass of red wine each week could boost a woman's fertility, a new study has found. Scientists believe that this could be because red wine is rich in resveratrol, an antioxidant found in the skins of grapes, blueberries, and raspberries. The Times reports that researchers at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri examined the link between alcohol consumption and female fertility by asking 135 women aged between 18 and 44 to keep a diary of everything they drank each month.