TT: June 30th


Trending this week: Love. Girls and boys all over the world are celebrating this big step in history, and America has never been so colorful. Rainbows were spotted all over the internet, including my personal favorite, the cover of a 1926 Vogue, which was posted on the magazine’s website last Saturday. Wear a fun and colorful outfit with pride this week to show your support!

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TT: June 9th


For our first West Coast family reunion with little kids (and big kids too!), I’ve got one thing on my mind: Disneyland. Upon researching our upcoming trip to the original magic kingdom, I discovered the Vans collaboration with Disney, and was pleasantly surprised to see that Mickey and Minnie are making a comeback. As timeless as they are, this isn’t the first time that Mr. and Mrs. Mouse have trended in fashion. Vintage anything is always in vogue among street style stars, but Mickey and Minnie are near and dear to any big kid’s heart, making them especially fun and youthful in the sometimes serious world of fashion.


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MMW: April 27th


In celebration of her new book that came out just this week, the original It Girl is finally on Monday’s Most Wanted. As a former model for high fashion brands like Miu Miu and Chloé, Chloë has walked her fair share of runway shows, but that’s not her only claim to fame–her acting career is even lengthier. Aside from a successful career in acting and modeling, it’s her off-duty Style that has made Chloë Sevigny a muse to many. It’s hard to describe her Style without mentioning that she looks cool in anything. From Tomboy trends (she rocked short hair) to pretty dresses at premieres, Chloë makes every look her own. Take a tip from the Style icon and use vintage pieces or silhouettes to create one-of-a-kind outfits–it’s the history in her pieces that make her go down in fashion history.

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