Get The Look: Not-So-Standard Spring Denim

It’s only a matter of days before we turn our clocks forward. Who is ready to look extra fab as the sun stays out to play? Even if it’s not quite time for shorts and tanks, we’ve got you covered for the transition into spring.

This season, we’re all about keeping your outfit fresh and light as you head out after work or school to enjoy the sunshine. Of course, we found some major Pinterest inspiration that we just had to share. Here are some playful ways to switch out the standard blue denim.

Play With Denim


Have fun with different denim styles by layering a light wash denim jacket with a pair of black coated skinny jeans to add some different textures to your outfit. And, of course, keep the look extra fresh when you top the look off with a major designer bag.

Get the look: Gap Denim Jacket // kate spade saturday Coated Skinny Jeans // Celine Mini Luggage Bag

Fierce Texture


Corduroy jeans are a great way to add a little extra something to your outfit. Hello, texture! Don’t forget to add some fierceness with a leopard print cardigan to really have some fun with it.

Get the look: Leopard Print Cardigan // Gap Corduroy Jeans // Teal Suede Shoes

How to Style Top Spring Beauty Trends

Spring is quickly approaching and color us inspired. What better way to show off your excitement for Spring fashion than by taking the beauty trends of the season to the next level? We selected our two favorite bloom-ready looks and paired them with a few top fashion trends to get you ready for the changing season.

Pretty in Plum


This dreamy dark shade of purple was a big hit on the Spring 2015 runways. Style your lavish plum lipstick or eyeshadow with lighter shades of clothing. Pair a romantic lace white dress with tan sandal wedges — the neutrals will not overpower the rich mauve shade.

Style This LookWhite Lace Dress // Sandals

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Effortlessly Messy


Who knew messy would be the next chic hairstyle? Pull together a messy bun, braid or loose side ponytail to dress down a fancy outfit in a flattering and unexpected way. A bohemian maxi dress and classy sandal heels paired with this spring trend can complete a look for your next girl’s day out.

Style This LookMaxi Dress // Sandal Heels

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Style Glossary: Dresses

We’ve all been there: You’ve just pulled out a dress from your closet that you’ve been seen in one too many times and are ready to list it on Poshmark. You know it’s important to accurately and thoroughly describe your items on Poshmark, but you’re not quite sure how to describe the style or silhouette. Not to worry, we’ve got your back, girl! We’ve selected a few helpful terms from our new Women’s Fashion Glossary to help you get the low-down on common dress styles.


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A-line: An A-line dress silhouette mimics the letter “A” and has a narrow top and a flare. You can also find the A-line shape on skirts and women’s coats.

Fit and Flare

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Fit and Flare: A fit and flare dress closely hugs the body through the bodice and right past the hip, where the skirt then flares away from the body. You can also find this style on skirts.


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Sheath: A sheath dress is a short, slim-fitting dress that is cut to cinch in at the waist without a belt or waistband.

Shift Dress

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Shift dress: A shift dress has a loose fit and lacks a defined waistline. It is often a short dress.

Shirt Dress

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Shirt Dress: A dress with a collar and buttons in the style of a shirt, typically cut without a seam at the waist.


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Skater: A skater dress resembles the dresses the figure skaters wear; a fitted bodice with a short skirt that flares out from at waist. You can also find this style on skirts.

Slip Dress

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Slip Dress: Often resembling the undergarment, a slip dress fits close to the body, is usually made of smooth fabrics and has lace trim.


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Trapeze: A trapeze dress has a round neckline and a fabric that falls in an A-line shape to a wide flare. This styles is usually short and hits about mid-thigh. You can also find this style in tops.

Want to know more? See more women’s clothing terms in our fashion glossary.

#ClosetCrush: @jessinboots

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If you’re searching for a unique piece with a subtle statement, check out Jessica’s style. Channeling neutral colors and an occasional pattern pop, her closet ranges from items you can add for a night out to a casual daytime look. Don’t miss out on these one-of-a-kind wearable pieces that will definitely make you stand out.

  1. Kenzo Double Breasted Jacket $265 (Retail $995)
  2. Stella McCartney Falabella Bucket Bag $550 (Retail $565)
  3. Maje Blush Blazer $185 (Retail $98)
  4. Maxi Sweater Dress $30 (Retail $70)
  5. Sandro Skinny Moto Cords $60 (Retail $285)
  6. Zara Fringe Turtleneck $85 (Retail $99)
  7. Nine West Floral Heels $60 (Retail $118)
  8. Isabel Marant Top $150 (Retail $295)

3 Red Carpet Trends for Award-Winning Everyday Style

With the Academy Awards just around the corner, otherwise known as the crown jewel of awards season, fashionistas will be glued to the red carpet action, captivated by all the jaw-dropping outfits.

While we’re dreaming of events where we can pack on the bling and walk the red carpet, let’s face it, they’re not exactly looks that we can rock every day. Or is it? Luckily for you, we can help you translate the hottest trends seen on the red carpet into wearable looks for any occasion

The Upgraded LBD

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Red Carpet look: As seen on Beyonce, Ciara, and Jessie J., the classic little black dress made a statement in a big way with lace, tulle and plunging necklines.

Everyday look: You too can make a statement with strategic inspiration from  this trend. Make any dress a standout by playing with cutouts, textures, and embellishment. Want a more demure look? Look for a dress that has sheer cutouts, for just a hint of skin and sex appeal.

Shop it on Poshmark: ASOS Black Body-Hugging Dress // Bebe Studded Cutout Dress // BCBG Cutout Dress

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The Statement Piece

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Red Carpet look: Bling, Bling and more bling. At this year’s Grammys, celebrities were quick to show off all that glitters. The most notable trend was the eye-catching emerald jewelry seen on Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga and, once again, Beyonce.

Everyday look: Don’t fret Poshers! You do NOT have to refinance your house to fund your sparkling obsession. (Believe us, we’ve thought about it.) Instead, find that perfect statement piece on Poshmark at a fraction of the price. Add a pop of color to your workday outfit with pretty emerald studs, or add a touch of allure with dangling earrings. Want to be a showstopper? Top off your outfit with an emerald necklace and people will definitely stop and stare, for all the right reasons.

Shop it on Poshmark: Embellished Emerald Stud Earrings // Vintage-Inspired Dangling Emerald Earrings // Emerald Statement Necklace

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Shiny and Slinky Dresses

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Red Carpet look: From 2014 to 2015, sleek and stylish dresses have been a staple on the red carpet. Seen on stars like Angelina Jolie and Kate Hudson in 2014  and on stars like Katy Perry at this year’s Grammys, dresses embellished withbeading or a slinky material add a sense of luxury that we love.

Everyday look: Shine like a diamond! Wear an embellished dress in a shorter hemline to have the same sparkle without looking like a disco ball. Or wear a sparkly skirt with a casual top to add dimension and glam that will transform your everyday outfit. Don’t think you can wear sparkly clothes to the office? Look for pieces with an accent of metallic threads woven into the dress.

Shop it on Poshmark: Sequin Party Dress // Metallic Mini Skirt // Pleated Metallic Tweed Dress

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