"Comfortable" and "stylish" may appear mutually exclusive -- until you take a look at the Spring 2015 runways of fashion's top designers like Philip Lim and Alexander Wang. Jogger pants, flat sandals and dresses in sport-inspired silhouettes and materials make for an ultra-chic -- yet totally comfortable -- spring. Here, nine cool pieces you need to edge out your wardrobe this spring.
"Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking," deadpanned Miranda Priestly in "The Devil Wears Prada." Flowers are classic, to be sure, but we're beyond excited that designers are taking a more creative approach to prints this spring. Not only are they focused more on fauna than flora, they also feature unexpected animal kingdom motifs that go way beyond basic leopard. We're talking monkeys, birds, insects and just about every creature in the jungle. Unleash your wild side with these bold, animal-inspired fashion picks.
Culottes are to fashion what contouring is to makeup: intimidating to try, but when executed correctly, flattering on everyone. The airy, wide-cut, midi-length pants look effortlessly chic and -- bonus! -- are also ultra-comfortable. Don't believe us? These nine ways to pull off culottes will convince you that you need a pair.
There's a lot to love when it comes to winter fashion: nubby sweaters, chic layers and shiny new boots come to mind. But when it comes time to brave the winter chill, you're forced to cover up your perfect winter ensemble with a boring winter coat. Luckily, the Fall/Winter runways were packed with outerwear inspiration. From printed, patterned pieces to embellished fur to sweeping silhouettes, a statement coat is exactly what your wardrobe needs.