Track Star: Angel Haze


The Vibe: An up-and-coming rapper from Detroit, Angel Haze’s talent is matched only by her candor—she describes herself as pansexual and has talked all about growing up in what she calls a religious cult. Her style has as much personality as her rapid-fire rap, with a whole lot of prints, black, and body jewelry.

The One-Song Intro: “Echelon (It’s My Way)”

The Look, Recreated: This crazy Clover Canyon bomber, this brass body chain from Bliss Lau, and these mermaid leggings from Blood is the New Black. maitri mehta

Fall down a “Track Star” rabbit hole right here.

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Of a Kind

Heads up: The skirts from Clover Canyon's spring collection are so good. Especially this one. —erica

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Clover Canyon: Delivering a skirt worth buying a slip for. —erica

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Next Level: Angora

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IT’S TIME TO GET COZY. Or, well, it almost is. And these supremely fluffy sweaters are the way to go. —erica

LEVEL I: Classic, slouchy, and just plain cool—Won Hundred knows what’s up.

LEVEL II: The persimmon color of this Clover Canyon guy is so fresh. And it’d look rad with a camel trench.

LEVEL III: Carven goes just a little crazy, but the neutral hues keep this crewneck super-wearable.

LEVEL IV: Floral satin! Neon polka dots! Emma Cook, goin’ for it.

Get in on allll the “Next Level” action right here.

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Fave Look: Clover Canyon

The very best of the Spring 2014 collections! Well, in our opinion. Follow all the picks here.image

Clover Canyon, from Style.com.

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Next Level: Basically PJ Pants

The dream: for the clothes you wear in public to be as comfy as the ones you wear under the covers. And while some people are willing to push things further, we’re happy to settle at pajama pants, and these four pairs are ready to take the day. —erica

LEVEL I: Dare I call these checked 3.1 Phillip Lim guys office-appropriate? They even have back slit pockets.

LEVEL II: Piamita: Taking the PJ vibe very seriously.

LEVEL III: The little multi-color belt on this Maison Scotch pair does a lot to dress things up.

LEVEL IV: Oh, Clover Canyon, you aren’t scared of anything are you? Follow the styling tip shown here and wear these wide-leg wonders with a hyper-classic striped tee to keep them in check.

If you wanna dive into the “Next Level” archives, now’s your chance!

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You know what they always say: Wear your heart on your sleeve, wear surfers on your (Clover Canyon) skirt. —erica

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Weather Vain: Las Vegas, Nevada - 77 and Partly Cloudy

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It’s always a hot one in Vegas, right? Today’s no exception. And while there are more and more places to hit off the strip, this is not the town for classic neutrals. Here, a party in a suitcase. —erica

Clockwise from top left:

+ The sort of Kain dress that can go big—barMASA? Hyde Bellagio?—if you want to.

+ Jenni Kayne flats fit for exploring the CityCinter's crazy art collection…or strolling the up-and-coming downtown scene.

+ A Clover Canyon jacket that can compete with the neon AND the desert chill.

+ You need a lucky charm at the blackjack table, right? This Alyssa Norton bracelet will do it.

+ Lizzie Fortunato earrings are ready for the whole pool cabana-to-drinks outfit change.  

+ A little Acne wallet, for the things that can’t be paid for in poker chips.

Get more “Weather Vain” goodness this way…

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Next Level: Varsity Jackets

These days, you don’t have to earn a letterman jacket—you just have to want one. And, dear god, do I. Here, four that knock it out of the park. —erica

LEVEL I: This 10 Crosby Derek Lam puppy has a blazer-like quality that makes it especially easy to rock—like, picture it with a pencil skirt.

LEVEL II: The tweed on this Roseanna one is all deconstructed and French-y. Bonus: It’s a total black-brown switch hitter.

LEVEL III: Spring training, the Rag & Bone way.

LEVEL IV: WHOA, Clover Canyon! But how ridiculously cool would this be with white jeans?!

Get a whole lot more “Next Level” action here.

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Next Level: Drawstring Pants

The hotter it gets, the less you want to have some stiff waistband rubbing up against your skin. The solution: a drawstring situation with some give. And we’re not talking a slimmed-down sweat pant you wear for a coffee run—I think we’re meant to call those Saturday pants now?—but rather something you can wear to the office…or at least a drinks outing. Here are four pairs to tie on (loosely!) now. —erica

LEVEL I: Think of this Chinti and Parker pair as a jean stand-ins, and wear ‘em with your most graphic footwear.

LEVEL II: Snakeskin’s easy when it’s in neutrals. Just top these Elizabeth and James guys with a white or black top, and you’s set.

LEVEL III: Leave it to Rachel Roy to do a drawstring that can handle a board meeting. The creased, cropped cut—and rusty orange color—are chic to the nth.

LEVEL IV: Yes, this Clover Canyon pattern is a little wild, but look at it this way: Since there are so many hues in the mix, you no doubt already own something that would mesh perfectly.

More “Next Level!” Get to it!

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