Fashion Forward: News & Advice

Stay up on the latest fashion trends, style tips and industry news:

How to Get Dress in Under 5 Minutes — and Still Look Amazing (LuckyMag.com)

Daylight Savings Style: Divine Specs (Essence.com)

15 Outfits Only Carrie Bradshaw Would Wear (MarieClaire.com)

The Rihanna Effect (Vogue.com)

Rachel Roy’s Designer Collection Has Been Discontinued (Fashionista.com)

VIDEO: Chic Elegance in the City of Light (NYTimes.com)

Keep it stylish,

Andrea, S&P Founder and Editor

Fashion Forward: News & Advice

Stay up on the latest fashion trends, style tips and industry news:

How to Wear Printed Pants 3 Ways (Glamour.com)

Your Complete Spring Trend Guide (WhoWhatWear.com)

Dress Codes Decoded: Look Good for Every Occassion (MarieClaire.com)

Runway-Inspired Shoes Under $150 (InStyle.com)

What’s the Secret to Great Personal Style? (Vogue.com)

Colorful Coats to Transition From Winter to Spring (Refinery29.c0m)

Fashion Forward: News & Advice

Sick and tired of this cold weather? Here’s how to wear your spring wardrobe now. (LuckyMag.com)

From Olivier Rousteing to Stella Jean — 11 black fashion designers you should know (StyleBlazer.com)

Spring-ify your sweatshirts in two easy steps (WhoWhatWear.com)

Before you buy that designer handbag, go through this checklist (Refinery29.com)

Nanette Lapore has a home collection and it’s just as fabulous as you’d expect (MarieClaire.com)

Check out these six winter staples to help you transition to spring (InStyle.com)

Keep it stylish,

Andrea, S&P Founder and Editor

Fashion Forward: News & Advice

Stay up on the latest fashion trends, style tips and industry news:

If you love the cast’s wardrobe on “House of Cards,” copy the look. (Racked DC)

Update your wardrobe7: 7 signs it’s time to clean out your closet (WhoWhatWear.com)

Say what?!?!? Roberto Cavalli slams designers who use celebs to sell clothes. (Fashionista.com)

The higher the better: the history of the stiletto. (MarieClaire.com)

Want Pharrell’s Grammy hat? Well, it *can* be yours. (NYMag.com)

Go monochromatic. Here’s how to do it right. (LuckyMag.com)