Day: March 20, 2020

JW Anderson Unleashes the Wild-Style Clog

These days, those of us who can are spending much more time indoors than usual. That means wearing—or at least trying to wear—cozy clothes and footwear with newfound zest. From smart sweatsuits to the fashion-heavy, work-from-home fits, we’re all rethinking how we get dressed in the mornings. And, as timing would have it, British designer Jonathan Anderson has just released some comfort-centric footwear isn’t short on boldness and luxury.

His eponymous JW Anderson label is best known for eye-catching chunky knitwear and flowy prep-inspired essentials. (Not to mention: the brand’s incredibly stylish collaborations with Uniqlo.) Recently, though, Anderson has started to make waves with his wild and covetable footwear. Earlier this year at Paris Fashion Week, the designer sent blinged-out backless loafers down the runway. (Think of them as Gucci mules on acid, custom-designed for hip-hop’s more avant-garde dressers.) Now, kicks from the brand’s spring-summer collection have landed,

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8 Over-50 Women With Ridiculously Good Style

In the fast-paced fashion industry, it can often feel like there’s a glaring lens always refocusing on what’s youthful and new. But here at Who What Wear, we’re inspired by women of every age, which is why we figured it was high time to give a few of our favorite over-50 trendsetters a little love. These bloggers and Instagram stars have carved their own niches by staying true to their unique senses of style and by mixing trends with styles they’ve kept in their arsenals over time.

While these eight style makers are by no means the only older women who can teach us a thing or two about style (hello, Iris Apfel), following along in their fashion journeys has taught us a thing or two about our own fashion inclinations. Just take one peek at these eight awesome trendsetters, and you’ll see what we mean. Read

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5 New Lingerie Trends to Try in 2020

For some women, lingerie is used only for special occasions, tucked away in the back of a drawer somewhere, and definitely not invested in on a regular basis. Bring this up with Journelle’s former CEO, Lyn Lewis, and prepare for a lecture on how this mentality is oh so wrong. In her expert opinion, lingerie should be treated like any other fashion item, especially considering you do wear lingerie every day. (Yes, even the pretty, sheer lace kind.)

Just as it is with ready-to-wear fashion, there are trends that come and go within the lingerie market, and Lewis was so generous as to share her breadth of knowledge in the world of all things delicate and pretty with us here. Whether you’re still too timid to wear this kind of lingerie on a regular basis or are on the hunt for the next best piece to fill your negligee

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