Glossy textures and dreamy reflections… we’re loving everything about the latest trend, Satin Finish!
Sneak a peek of our latest trend!
There’s a new type of layering that we’re extremely excited about this year: sheer layering. Read More
Summer may have only just begun, but tomorrow marks the start of July – AKA the month in which we in the fashion world begin to think about fall. Read More
When done right, the combination of plaid and floral can look amazing — it’s such a cool mixture of boy and girl elements. But perfecting this style can be tricky, so I asked our stylist Mandi to share her tips on how to mix plaid and floral in a way that works well. Read More
Grunge is one of those trends that experiences frequent resurgences, and every time it comes back around we like to give it a new twist to make it fresh and exciting. This season we love giving grunge an unexpected girly element by mixing florals with plaids, whether it is in the form of a boldly printed maxi dress or a sweater. Read More
There’s a trend emerging here at our home office that I’m really excited about. It’s a trend that I used to see back when I was in high school, but one in which I never personally took part (although I always wanted to)… until now. Read More
I’ve always been a big hat person. In fall and winter I always have a beanie on, and in the other seasons it’s all about the fedora. When I saw our latest lookbook Rambling Rose my eyes went straight to the Safari Scarf Hat (pictured above). I love the addition of the scarf to the fedora — it adds such a cool bohemian touch and it’s also a great way to incorporate some added color or print to your look. Read More
I always love when there’s an intriguing feature to someone’s look; a cool tattoo that peeks out from their shirt, a unique hairstyle, an adorned earlobe that catches your eye when a slight breeze pushes the strands of hair away. Read More
The name sends you on a journey…it makes you daydream a little when you think of the juxtaposition of the two words “sugar” and “mountain”. Read More