Showing posts from December 3, 2014

All the Inspiration You’ll Ever Need for a Little Mermaid-Themed Wedding

Ever dream of being a Disney princess on your wedding day? Make the ultimate fairytale come true (and your inner child swoon) with a Little Mermaid theme. The movie turns 25 this year and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than with a real-life take on the happy couple’s beloved romance.

This fantasy photo shoot, produced by online wedding marketplace Your Cloud Parade, brought Ariel (modeled by Traci Hines) and Prince Eric’s (modeled by Leo Camacho) under-the-sea nuptials to life in the most stylish way possible. From tutu-clad bridesmaids to a gorgeous ocean-themed dessert table, they’ve modernized every last detail.

L.C Bridal: Naeem Khan Spring 2015 Bridal Collection

Naeem Khan presents 2015 Bridal Collection, enjoy.....

Veil Alternatives: No Veil, No Problem!

Some brides-to-be like to use veil for the wedding while some prefer not to use veil at all. However there is an alternative, below are some of the veil alternatives, very lovely.

Eva Mendes Designs a Collection of Bridesmaids Dresses

Eva Mendes is one busy new mom! The actress, who gave birth to daughter Esmeralda Amada Gosling in September has just revealed a new line of bridesmaids dresses and accessories that she designed for her eponymous line with New York & Company.

The bridal party capsule collection is made up of eight different feminine dress styles in a wide range of colors, from full-length draped gowns in dove grey to flirty lace frocks in sunny yellow. Delicate matching accessories come in the form of statement necklaces, bejeweled hair pieces, sparkling sashes, and faux-flower corsages. The best part? Mendes has made the pieces completely afforable—each dress will set you back $79 to $119 and the accessories range from $22 to $42.

“An important day needs a special dress,” Mendes says in a statement. “I love this collection for weddings and other special events. Feel great and dance the night away!”

Go Behind the Scenes of Ariana Grande’s First InStyle Cover!

It may still be November, but we’re already thinking about all things sparkly and pretty for the upcoming holiday season, and what could be more luminous and lovely than the December issue of InStyle, on newsstands and available for digital download November 14, featuring none other than pop sensation Ariana Grande.

The 21-year-old singer showed up to her first-ever InStyle cover shoot at N.Y.C.’s Milk Studios toting a Chanel handbag and a Starbucks (grande, natch). To set the mood, she put on a few of her favorite Madonna hits, like “Ray of Light” and “Like a Virgin,” before giving us a sneak preview of one of her own new tracks.

In addition to the gorgeous red Prabal Gurung gown she wears on our cover (paired with diamond and 18kt gold stud earrings by Jennifer Meyer), the star tried on a slew of patterned knits and A-line skirts for the shots that appear inside the issue. For her makeup, Grande asked pro Mariel Barrera to model her eyeliner after Angelina Jolie‘s go-to winged look…

From a Holiday Brunch to New Year's Eve: Outfits to Wear to Every Occasion









Every lovely and classy outfits for the festive season.

Lupita Nyong’o Spills Her Beauty Secrets! Shop Her 6 Must-Have Products

In InStyle’s December issue, on newsstands now, the Oscar winner and soon-to-be Star Wars sensation opens up about embracing her looks, her mane man, and those red-carpet moments that rocked the world (not to mention galaxies far, far away). Read on for our full Q&A with the star, and then shop the six beauty products she can’t live without!

You made the cover of People magazine’s Most Beautiful issue, and you’re one of the newest faces of Lancôme. Have you always been confident about your looks?
You couldn’t have told my 13-year-old self that this would happen. I grew up with insecurities. Up until I was 16, I didn’t feel particularly beautiful.

What changed?
I moved to Mexico at 16 and lived in this tiny town where there were only a few black people. The Mexicans were fascinated by my skin color, but one particular man came up and asked to take my picture. That had never happened before. It made me walk a little taller.

Look at you now—confidently wearing a cat’s-ear flattop and d…