This fall, make sustainability your top style trend. Think farm-to-closet with these fresh picks, modeled by 67-year-old NextTriber Emily Vickers
Even though we’re old enough to know better, sometimes we succumb to the siren call of fashion purchases that wind up looking ludicrous. Janet Siroto airs her worst mistakes
Power suits and MC Hammer “You Can’t Touch This” drop-crotch pants clog the racks at vintage clothing stores. Can those of us who wore them when they were first hot sport them again? Stephanie Dolgoff investigates.
In the first installment of her regular video series, “Talk-in Closet with Kim,” NextTribe fashion editor Kimberly Cihlar tells us how to revamp that old pair of jeans in the back of your closet.
For many years, Lyndie Benson—creator of the hot new Bleusalt style line—led a charmed life as the wife of a superstar musician. But out of her private hard times came the strength and inspiration to build a beautiful business. Sheila Weller reports.
Would you wear a bikini to the beach? Or do you prefer something not so teeny-weeny? Either way we’ve got you covered (or not). Read on.
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.
We are no longer forced to sacrifice style for comfort. Even Birkenstocks are getting fancy!
Did you know that the fashion industry is a major environmental offender? Diane MacEachern reveals the not-so-chic truth—and how to find style that’s sustainable.
Wanting a place to stash a phone, some keys or a lipstick, Kimberley Cihlar is passionate about clothes with pockets. Fortunately, more designers are slipping them into everything from evening wear to yoga pants. Here’s why.
How the ugly Christmas sweater trend took over the holidays and how to find that rare species—pretty Christmas sweaters.
Forget subtle, muted, and “age-appropriate.” Janice Eidus will never change her spots–or her style.
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.
It used to be easy to get dressed. Now we constantly wonder if we’re too old for certain styles. Janet Siroto wrestles with the midlife fashion crisis and a pair of “vegan leather” leggings.
Dressier and more sophisticated styles mean that we can wear shorts just about anywhere. Not just to the tennis court and picnics, but where ever we damn well please.
Christine Chang Hanway helps her 80-year-old mom get her style and confidence back.
Athleisure is in—and we’ll use any excuse we can to keep our butts in yoga pants all day, every day.