Olivia Culpo has signed with DSW as their first-ever Style Ambassador, and as her first order of business, the actress, model, and fashion influencer is sharing her 5 must-have spring shoes. I love Olivia's picks - they're incredibly versatile, on-trend, and the best part is they're all under $60! I think I'll be making a trip to DSW very soon. Need those adidas sneakers in my life. What shoe trends are you loving for spring?
If you love slip-on sneakers, you'll love the update they've gotten for spring. A stylish bow gives these athletic shoes a feminine twist. In black leather, they're still edgy and a little bit rock-n-roll. Of course, I love the blush pink, too! Pair these with a wrap skirt and denim jacket for a cool off-duty look.
Olivia Munn makes a strong case for mom jeans as she made her way through LAX wearing a pair of the on-trend denim bottoms with a white t-shirt and open-front tan cardigan.
She accessorized with a classic Gucci double-G belt, retro sunglasses and white slip-on sneakers.
When the weather warms up, I'm eager to shed my skinny jeans and I'm thinking the new loose-fit styles with built-in ventilation (aka the rips) might be exactly what I need. If you're feeling the look, too, read on for my budget-friendly picks starting at just $2.90!
I'd always wanted to try a stylish teething necklace for my kids but was put off by the high price, and I worried about the quality with lower priced versions (was the plastic safe? would the beads come off?).
Kate recommends this top from the Victoria Beckham x Target collab: "For me, this piece as a hit! Lightweight but substantial, classy, elegant, but different, too. Good fit everywhere and long enough to wear with medium-rise jeans. This is a piece worth stalking. How its under $30.00 is beyond me!"
Meanwhile Kara echoed a common sentiment among readers: "I was not impressed by the fabric quality. Everything was pretty much double knit polyester a la 1978 and grandma's cruise collection. If you aren't a size 6, everything is going to make you feel bigger as the drape is extreme."