Freezing? Make sure you have plenty headgear to brave the cold. Here are our fashion editor’s hat picks that are as stylish as they are cozy.
Our fashion editor invites you to join our “Closet Cleansuary Challenge!” Here’s how to make the dreaded project simple, even fun.
Yes, we want to be warm and dry—but is it too much to ask to be fashionable AND toasty? Not if you pick up a couple of our fashion editor’s favorite pieces of winter outerwear.
Why should we have to look at willowy teens in swimwear and try to imagine ourselves in their suits? Here we give you real bikini models our own age.
Hosting the holidays this year? You have plenty of things to worry about, but now what you’re wearing isn’t one of them—our fashion editor’s got you covered.
How the ugly Christmas sweater trend took over the holidays and how to find that rare species—pretty Christmas sweaters.
Sometimes finding the right shoe is the hardest part of putting together a holiday outfit. Here, our fashion editor offers some stunning options.
Yes, there are companies that specifically market their wares as “modest clothing for women” who have reached midlife and, no, it isn’t 1953.
Ever looked in your full closet and thought “I have NOTHING to wear out tonight”? Our fashion expert has the remedy for that.
Cardigans are fine (yaaaawn), but if you want a quick hit of style, says our fashion genius Kimberly Cihlar, belt on a kimono. Here’s how to rock one—plus our favorite buys.
Autumn weather is always wacky, but our fashion editor has easy tips that’ll help you navigate the season gracefully.
One of the hippest animal-lovers around is now dressing canines. If you love Linda Rodin’s street style, it’s time for your dogs to get in on the action.
At age 60, she’s strutting her stuff at fashion shows for a very good, age-positive reason!
First she showed us her beautiful gray hair. Now Hillary Barnett Bitar, winner of our Hooray for Gray contest, shows us how simple it is to update your look this season.
Meet XCVI: Cozy knits. Velour, satin, embroidery, embellished details. Tie-dye splatter washes. Rich, deep hues. Casual, comfortable layering with a soft, luxe attitude.
Breaking up is hard to do, but when your favorite brand doesn’t acknowledge your existence, maybe it’s time, says Janet Siroto.
Call us nosy, but we want to know what’s up with your fashion sense. Kimberly Cihlar reports on what we learned.
It took some doing, but Veronica Chambers has learned the secret to acquiring and reveling in fabulous fashion. She shares her strategy here.
Talk-In Closet With Kim is back! In this edition, our fashion guru is giving us fabulous tips on how to bring out our inner Diane Keaton with menswear-inspired clothing.
This fall, make sustainability your top style trend. Think farm-to-closet with these fresh picks, modeled by 67-year-old NextTriber Emily Vickers