Spring Style Forecast:
The Wide Brimmed Hat
Why you should consider sporting a wide brimmed hat.
It used to be that cheap jeans looked and felt, well, cheap. But now, thanks to savvy designers who know how to source and cut their denim, it's easier than ever to pull on a quality pair—even selvedge—for less than a hundred bucks. So if you don't have the scratch to invest in some high-end denim, fear not. We've rounded up the best bargains when it comes to warm weather jeans.
Instead of rolling or cuffing your jeans, just cut them off at the ankle for a frayed hem. It's an instant update that won't cost you a dime. Here's how to do it.
Heavily washed, with just the right amount of distressing, these jeans are softer, lighter and more comfortable than their darker, more rigid counterparts—which makes them ideal for this time of year.
Everyone from James Bond to popular street style stars have long been spotted wearing these bright alternatives to your tried-and-true blues. They offer a much-needed dose of confident style to an everyday outfit.
The four shorts you want for warm weather