Currently, I've been obsessed with the return of low-rise jeans on the runway: Blumarine in all of its babetastic, flaunty glory; Vaquera with its weirdo, downtown kid vibes and baggy shapes; Molly Goddard, who pairs her large low-rise jeans with adorable tulle tops. There is a low-rise jean for every personality-and there should be a pair for everyone, too. Unfortunately, that isn't quite the case. Search plus size low rise jeans, on the internet and the results pale in comparison to a search www.goldengoosers.com sans plus size.
The joys of getting dressed up for a fundraiser like the Met gala, which supports the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, are undeniable. This year's dress code calls for a celebration of American independence. And while the theme leaves room for a variety of interpretations I wouldn't be surprised if we saw some star-spangled looks or red, white, and blue moments, one thing is for certain: Formal shoes are just as important as the garments.
When the world seemingly ground to a halt last year, many of us set out Golden Goose Outlet on foot, taking hikes, aimless jaunts, and short walks around the block-anything to get a bit of fresh air. While the majority of us slipped into sweatsuits and sneakers on these walks, model Irina Shayk dressed up, debuting a series of head-turning ensembles while running around town, often paired with a solid boot made for walking. At the moment, I'm all about the flat boots, she says. They're comfortable and easy to wear with almost any outfit.