Baby, it's cold outside — and plastic surgeons are enjoying a seasonal change as patients rush in to get work done ahead of Christmas and New Year.
At first glance, wearing two different shoes may look like an unfortunate fashion fail, but the mismatched shoe trend has been seen all over the runways of designers like Celine, Calvin Klein and Moschino. The mismatched shoe trend is quickly becoming a fashion do thanks to stylish celebrities like Selena Gomez and Nicole Kidman rocking the trend on Hollywood red carpets. It’s also quickly becoming a fashion do thanks to stylish celebrities like Selena Gomez and Nicole Kidman rocking the trend on Hollywood red carpets. Recently, Selena Gomez used a geometric pair of mismatch heels by Jacquemus to punch up her outfit at the third annual InStyle Awards. The geometric block heels add interest to the otherwise simple outfit, hair and makeup. For true fashion lovers, mismatched shoes are exactly what your wardrobe needs to up your style game to Vogue editorial status. Click through the gallery above to see more celebrities who have rocked the trend. Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram .
The first daughter was spotted wearing a business casual outfit with exaggerated bell sleeves, which added some personality to the conservative look.
In a span of five weeks, hundreds of fashion shows and presentations were held around the world in New York, London, Milan and Paris. Additionally, there were plenty of awe-inspiring moments, with the biggest one being at Versace, where Donatella Versace paid a major model tribute to her late brother, Gianni Versace, during the finale of her show. At Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld continued to astound show goers by creating a mind-boggling life-sized waterfall inside the Grand Palais.
One trend that you can actually try today is pajamas as ready-to-wear. PJ sets in bright, colorful prints were on various runways, from Emilio Pucci to Etro and Blumarine.
The wrap dress, which is often called universally flattering and appropriate, doesn't really fit all body types as many claim.
Backed by the research at Seoul National University for more than 37 years, the message can only be performed by one their Academy Master Therapists.
Kate Moss has said: "Nobody wears pairs of earrings anymore; it’s old-fashioned.” Quick, get your cube-mate to switch an earring with you.
Breasts, corsets, and underwire are the focal points in this new fashion trend, and for all the talk of underwire and corsets, the trend is remarkably freeing.
Daniil Istomin, a hairdresser from Novosibirsk, Siberia, has quickly risen to fame thanks to his peculiar method of chopping hair with a hatchet axe.
Unless your name is Rihanna, landing a pair of $6,000 Manola Blahnik denim boots might be a bit of a stretch. Last year when the pop star teamed with the acclaimed fashion designer to create the denim thigh-highs, the boots held a certain air of exclusivity. But neither the cost nor shelf-life has kept these hybrids from resurfacing.
Springtime in N.Y.C. is the ultimate experience. The light breeze and newfound sunshine paints the city in the most magical way, and you can’t help but want to celebrate with a wardrobe refresh. The warmer temperatures mean ditching winter’s faux furs and chunky sweaters for airy frocks and light layering jackets.
Glitter is all the rage. We've seen beards, roots, eyebrows and even armpits transformed into sparkly creations thanks to a series of glitter trends. SEE ALSO: 'Glitter pits' don't just embrace your body, they celebrate it But, the latest glitter trend involves rubbing glitter all over your derrière. Right... A post shared by Mia Kennington (@thrillsoftomorrow) on Mar 14, 2017 at 3:05am PDT The "glitter booty" is the brainchild of artist Mia Kennington, who was inspired by the sandy-butt look that goes hand in hand with spending too much time on the beach. Kennington is part of The Gypsy Shrine, a group of glitter artists who host body art pop-ups at festivals. Kennington has been posting photos of her glittery experiments on Instagram. There's the classic gold glitter look... A post shared by Mia Kennington (@thrillsoftomorrow) on Mar 7, 2017 at 12:26pm PST A post shared by Mia Kennington (@thrillsoftomorrow) on Mar 24, 2017 at 9:59am PDT There's the rainbow booty look. A post shared by Mia Kennington (@thrillsoftomorrow) on Mar 17, 2017 at 3:17am PDT And even a mermaid-inspired glitter booty. A post shared by Mia Kennington (@thrillsoftomorrow) on Mar 21, 2017 at 1:18pm PDT To get the look, ask a friend to help you apply some hair gel — which acts as an adhesive — before laying the glitter on top. You can also apply body paint beforehand if you're looking for a more bold and colourful look. Sparkly! WATCH: This hair dye changes color based on your environment
Three cities down and on to Paris we go! After five days of shows and presentations in Milan it’s time to say arrivedecci — but first, a look at the trends that defined the week. Milan has always felt a little stuck in a time warp and mainly because of their classic craftsmanship and the quality of the goods they produce but this time, I am talking about Milanese’s taste in music. The music at so many shows was a straight up throw back to the 80s, from The Cure “Friday I’m in love” at Alberta Ferretti, Pat Benatar’s “We are Young” at No.21, Tiffany’s “I think we’re alone now” at Attico, to Patsy Kensit’s “I’m not scared” at Blumarine, Milan has been all about the throw back rather than the future.