Sarah Wasilak

Sarah Wasilak

35 Ways to Style an Outfit Around Your Doc Martens

There's a reason Dr. Martens is such a well-known brand that has remained at the forefront of all the latest trends in footwear. Throughout the years, the English company, which was established in 1947, has pulled off successful collaborations with Marc Jacobs, Keith Haring, Lazy Oaf, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, just to name a few. Doc Martens are more relevant than ever, with models, editors, and creatives making the brand's combat boots and lug-sole loafers seasonless wardrobe essentials that help achieve a quintessential '90s and 2000s vibe. Doc Martens complete a variety of looks, from a breezy dress to jeans and a T-shirt to oversize suiting. Their versatility is what makes them a transitional shoe option that's worth the investment. While Dr. Martens has stayed pretty committed to the classic combat boot - continuously reinventing the wheelhouse when it comes to churning out slight variations on the silhouette - other footwear labels have taken note and adapted the look. Prada's chunky loafer with the metal logo on the upper, for example, takes inspiration from the same decade, while Ganni developed quirky details for the beloved shoe, like buckle closures rather than laces and a creeper-style rubber sole. Whether you're looking to build outfits around your Doc Martens specifically or you're into the appeal of the aesthetic and open to trying any number of similar lug-sole loafers and boots, you'll appreciate the 35 creative ways to build an outfit around these stylish and comfortable walking shoes. Keep reading for foolproof Doc Martens outfits appropriate for all seasons of the year. Related: The Best Old Navy Loafers to Wear on Repeat This Fall

The Quiet-Luxury Trend Everyone Is Wearing This Year

While the definition of quiet luxury is derived from an aesthetic that's seemingly been around for ages - minimalist, understated clothing made from high quality materials - the term has exploded over the past year by 614 percent, according to's Google Trends data analysis. That's largely thanks to the celebrities who are tapping into the look, whereas they might have previously turned to maximalism. Someone like Kylie Jenner, for example, maintained a wardrobe that boasted flashy designer logos, even passing many of her most notable items onto daughter Stormi, who is a mini fashion icon in her own right. But lately, Jenner, who works with stylists Mackenzie and Alexandra Rose Grandquist, has taken a turn toward clean, streamlined neutrals, exhibiting her take on quiet luxury during a trip to Paris. Curious fans and all-knowing TikTok users attributed the shift to Sofia Richie's influence. The 24-year-old hosted her April wedding in the South of France, wearing three custom Chanel bridal dresses, along with a whole slew of sleek and refined weekend outfits from the likes of Proenza Schouler and Khaite, all curated by Liat Baruch. She sported a timeless, low bun and natural-looking makeup, posting the process through Get Ready With Me videos that went viral. Just a few weeks later, actress Jennifer Lawrence began debuting her own quiet luxury pieces while doing press at Cannes and in New York City for "No Hard Feelings." Sporting everything from a sheer Dior sheath and a structural nude Loewe midi to a crisp Alaïa shirtdress and tuxedo suiting, the 32-year-old Oscar-winner has officially cemented her status as a quiet luxury contender, with the help of Jamie Mizrahi. Now, Kendall Jenner is following suit with her own stint in Paris, on the scene to walk Jacquemus's "Le Chouchou" runway. Working with stylist Dani Michelle, Jenner packed essentials from Bottega Veneta, counting a gray midi dress with a keyhole cutout and sequined plunging halter as her own quiet luxury offerings. To no surprise, she accessorized with loafers from The Row and dark sunglasses - another necessary staple. But why have logo-less, elegant ensembles like these suddenly become so popular, even though they've always existed for the person who values well-made basics? Many think it's all part of the post-pandemic fashion cycle, as we leave our quirky, eye-catching, personality-defining tchotchkes in the dust. But there's also no denying that Richie, Lawrence, and the Jenners being on board is a hard selling point. Ahead, see the best quiet luxury celebrity fashion moments we've been graced with so far. Related: The Most Striking Celebrity Naked Dresses, From Sabrina Carpenter to Florence Pugh

Oprah’s Favorite Things List Includes a Telfar Bag That You Can Shop on Amazon

A little digging for a Telfar bag online will usually leave you disappointed as they tend to sell out quickly (like, insanely quickly) after being restocked on the site. But as more celebrities have embraced the brand's classic bag silhouettes, the more widely available they've become. This is, in part, thanks to none other than Oprah Winfrey herself, who recently included a dark purple Telfar bag in her 2023 Favorite Things List - and the same style is currently available on Amazon. As with most things that Oprah recommends, the accessory likely won't be in stock for very long - but there is an option to get one quickly for Amazon Prime users. Telfar bags were popularized in 2014 after being launched in small, medium, and large, and Liberian-American founder and designer Telfar Clemens stamped a democratic slogan on his luxury label: "Not for you, for everyone." There is perhaps no better marketplace than Amazon to make the bags feel accessible. The nongendered brand got even more hype after Clemens was awarded the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award in 2017, and celebrities began sporting the purses in all different colors. Ahead, shop Oprah's new favorite Telfar bag before it sells out on Amazon, and check back here - because we'll let you know as soon as more styles get restocked. - Additional reporting by Kyley Warren Related: The 17 Coolest Bags We Found Hiding on Amazon Fashion For Under $100

Chain Bras Are the Fashion Trend You’ll See Everywhere This Holiday Season

Chainmail was certainly popular in the '90s and 2000s, with Paris Hilton quite literally owning the dress trend after sporting a memorable silver mesh birthday dress that Kendall Jenner recreated in 2016. But a piece of jewelry that acts as a bra - with nothing underneath - is something else entirely, and it changes the conversation about wearable materials in fashion. In 2021, Bella Hadid stepped out at the Cannes Film Festival, a vision in a Schiaparelli black dress with a gigantic cutout circling her bust. But rather than go bare, the look was completed with a massive brass necklace in the shape of branched lungs to cover her breasts and seemingly present the idea of artfully-constructed hardware as a top. Two years later, we're seeing more playful iterations, with simpler designs dripping in crystals and rhinestones. Tyla's metallic bra on "The Tonight Show" is one such example, teamed with a star-adorned micro-miniskirt. Saweetie's Hello Kitty bra by Laser Kitten had a DIY aesthetic about it, with dangling cat charms, pastel dice, bubblegum bows, tiny pearls, and diamond strands sewn on haphazardly. And leave it to Kim Kardashian to nearly unveil her nipples in just a few Gucci chains strapped tightly across her chest. The Skims founder and reality TV star shot photos of herself in a campaign for the brand, meaning this fashion trend has now achieved icon status. While jewelry-as-clothing isn't something we see every day, the red carpet appearances, street style moments, and Instagram selfies are multiplying in Hollywood. Scroll to see our favorite collection of examples so far, then review other similarly-bold trends such as the visible bra, villain corsets, and boob windows. Related: Ab Windows Are the Latest Dress Trend Celebrities Are Loving

Overalls Are Officially Back in Style – How to Wear Them the 2023 Way

No one had to search for how to wear overalls in the '90s, when they somewhat defined the cultural zeitgeist with icons such as rapper Tupac, hip-hop artist Lauryn Hill, and R&B singer Aaliyah popularizing the trend. While the denim silhouette first gained momentum in the US during the 19th century as industrial workwear, it is today a fashion statement that has seen so many different iterations through the years. The '70s gave way to overalls with flared legs or cropped and fitted versions that could be worn with nothing underneath. (See Olivia Wilde's free-spirited, skin-baring moment ahead.) And today we're seeing a nod back to the '90s as street style stars opt for baggy pant legs and may even wear one, or both straps, completely undone. Call it a twist on the deconstructed denim trend, but overalls are fast becoming yet another example of not-so-basic jeans. Hailey Bieber recently stepped out in a pair of oversize Dickies - an iconic brand also approved by Kourtney Kardashian - that she spotlighted under her long duster coat for date night with husband Justin in Beverly Hills. By adding slick accents, such as dark, skinny sunglasses and a sharp, pointed-toe heel, she put her own stamp on the trend with ease. Meanwhile, there are plenty of ways to wear overalls through all seasons - be it in shorts form, corduroy dress form, or rugged and distressed - that cater to different tastes. Now that overalls are trendy again, you may be at first hesitant to try them out, initially worried whether they appear flattering. But one scroll through our how-to guide, and you'll feel well-versed in overalls, wearing them with lingerie to lounge around the house just as readily as you do for a night out, finished with heels. Soon, you'll be treating overalls like jeans - they're easy to slip into, make for an effortless one-and-done outfit, and ridiculously chic. Read on to see 10 of our favorite ways to wear overalls. Related: Why Celebs Are Wearing Their Pants Unbuttoned on Purpose

14 Emily Ratajkowski Outfits That Define Her Sultry Style

After rising to fame as a model and former actor, starring in music videos such as Maroon 5's "Love Somebody" and Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," Emily Ratajkowski has maintained her status in the fashion world as a risk-taker and trendsetter. The 32-year-old Hollywood star, who also goes by EmRata, started her own label, Inamorata, in 2017, paving the way for the rise of the sexy, feel-good thongkini. She explored her own sexuality and power through her 2021 novel, "My Body." And she's now the host of a podcast, "High Low With EmRata." Ratajkowski has been extremely vocal about her personal take on feminism in the context of fashion, telling Allure, "To me, any expression that is empowered and is your own as a woman is feminist. If a woman decides to dress sexy, it doesn't mean she's not a feminist. [We] should be doing things for ourselves. If that is the woman's choice, and it makes her feel good, then that's great. Good for her." She works with stylist Emma Jade Morrison on both her red carpet outfits and street style wardrobe, showing slips of skin whenever she can, whether it's by partaking in a leggy moment, trying out a dangerously low neckline, baring a flash of underboob, or working an eye-catching cutout. One subtler item you'll rarely see her without? The push present she bought for herself - a nameplate necklace that spells out her son's name, Sylvester. "It is sort of my lucky charm. I feel really naked if I don't travel with it or don't, kind of, have it on," she told Vogue of the special memento. Ahead, look back on some of Ratajkowski's most style-defining outfits through the years. Related: Emrata Opens Up About Her First-Ever Victoria's Secret Campaign

12 Flannel Outfits to Try This Fall and Winter

Flannel is a material generally associated with fall and winter trends - and for good reason. If you're looking for how to wear your flannel this season, we've rounded up 12 unique outfits that scream fashion girl, but simultaneously keep you cozy. The soft, fuzzy, or "raised" fabric of your favorite flannel retains warmth, but that doesn't mean it can't earn you style points. Your flannels aren't just for sleeping or lounging around the house. As so many trendsetters prove, there are some pretty significant ways to wear them that stand out, whether you're using plaid (a print typically seen on flannels) to bring casual vibes to fancier pieces, or even rocking textured shoes to add even more dimension. While most people probably think of flannels as lived-in button-downs that become soft with age, the material's not just limited to shirting. Flannel skirts, pants, blazers, and jackets are in abundance on the streets if you look closely. Ahead, brush up on a few new ideas for winter outfits that involve this wardrobe essential, from sporting your checked blazer with nylon drawstring shorts to putting a sporty twist on dark academia to layering a fuzzy knee-length skirt over straight-leg jeans and finishing the unexpected combination with a pair of feminine pink shoes. Related: A Cardigan Is the Ultimate Wardrobe Staple - Shop Our 13 Faves

Hailey Bieber, Gigi Hadid, and More Models Who Go All Out For Halloween

Models like Hailey Bieber, Gigi Hadid, Andreja Pejic, and Marquita Pring are known for going all out with their Halloween costumes. For these spooky-season moments, they'll work with stylists, who usually dress them for the red carpet or street style outings in between shows at Fashion Week. That collaborative process enables them to take the most mundane characters and costumes - like a standard vampire or schoolgirl - to the next level, adding unique twists to personalize their looks. Most of the time, this party crowd attends multiple Halloween parties in one weekend, offering double or triple the inspiration for DIYing a costume at home. And they use their fashion connections to elevate their costumes, whether they collaborate with a latex designer or borrow intricately crafted accessories to bring their looks to life. From Martha Hunt's '90s pop culture moment as Angelina Jolie's Lisa from "Girl, Interrupted" to Taylor Hill's grandpa look, complete with corduroys and an argyle sweater, there are even a lot of outfits here you can put together with pieces you've already got in your closet. And for the rest - consider Kendall Jenner's cotton-candy-pink fembot or Gigi's Sandy from "Grease," for example - you'll just have to get creative with glam beauty to overemphasize your intended statement. Ahead, find 22 examples of supermodels who consistently achieve a well-thought-out Halloween costume year after year, then check out these slightly more appropriate costumes for the office or warm Halloween costumes, if you're outdoors. Related: 23 Ideas For Building a Halloween Costume Around Your Favorite Little Black Dress

Hip Cleavage Is Taking Over Hollywood, From Heidi Klum to Lori Harvey

While some may simply refer to them as cutouts, there's something to be said for a strategically-placed hole in a dress that circles the area between the waist and hip, just barely revealing the curve of a butt cheek. In our book, this is called hip cleavage, and it's a trend favored by some of the boldest style icons in Hollywood. Of course, an artfully-designed dress can do all the work for you when it comes to achieving the look, but some stars pull it off with low-rise pants and skirts, tugging the straps of a high-rise swimsuit or thong up to the waist to highlight a slice of skin in the intended area. These days, hip cleavage is so common that many '70s-inspired, wide-leg pants come affixed with thin straps at the center of the waistband for the wearer to string around and tie at the back, employing makeshift hip cleavage in a pinch (Heidi Klum's cow-print pants are the perfect example of this). But when it comes to hip cleavage, we most commonly think of looks like Kim Kardashian's Gucci dress, with logofied faux G-String straps (Dove Cameron has worn the exact same piece from the brand's Spring/Summer 2023 collection), or Lori Harvey's asymmetrical Aya Muse number at the Revolve Festival. Really, there are no hard and fast rules for hip cleavage - no cutout too wide or strap positioned too high - only that it requires confidence, and all too often the willingness to give up underwear entirely. Ahead, see our favorite instances of hip cleavage from celebrities so far, then check out some other groundbreaking trends, including the boob window cutout, visible bra, and ever-popular naked dress. Related: The Butt-Cutout Trend Is Dominating Hollywood, From Julia Fox to Cardi B

Hailey Bieber’s Best Outfits Ever: Naked Gowns, Thongkinis, and Slip Dresses

Supermodel, Rhode founder, and vlogger Hailey Bieber is world renowned for her effortless street style. Never is she without Jennifer Fisher gold hoops, dark sunglasses, an ultrashort hemline, or a pair of pants that fall in line with the latest polarizing trend. From low-rise, baggy denim to multipocket cargo pants, the 26-year-old fashion mogul has put her spin on it all - largely thanks to stylist Dani Michelle. When it comes to red carpet dressing, she also routinely works with Karla Welch, whose longtime client is Bieber's husband Justin. Fittingly, coordinating with Justin is largely part of her repertoire, whether it's for date night or the red carpet. Of course, they pulled out all the stops for their 2019 nuptials in South Carolina, with Justin in a Celine tuxedo and Bieber in an intricate Off-White wedding dress designed by the late Virgil Abloh and replete with a veil embroidered with the creative director's signature quotation marks around a romantic message: "Till death do us part." Apart from her own business, Bieber is also part of Victoria's Secret's VS Collective, proudly modeling lingerie for the brand, as well as an ambassador for Tiffany & Co. She is keen on slip dresses and micro minidresses from the likes of Saint Laurent, and she's a fan of the brand's accessories, too. Ahead, find all of Bieber's most recent look and all her best style moments, dating back to 2015. Related: Hailey Bieber's Micro Minidress Has More Cutouts Than Fabric