Guess Eris Sleeveless Maxi Dress $52.50 (was $104.99)Guess Eris Sleeveless Maxi Dress

Guess is launching a major end of summer sale for a limited-time only. Look forward to an extra 30-50% off select styles including apparel, handbags, shoes and accessories. From a breezy maxi dress to a sexy denim pump, Guess is certainly turning up the heat. But don’t delay because the discounts end on August 28th. See some of our favorites from the sale below and check out more on

Guess Babbitta Denim Pump $69.30 (was $99.00)Guess Babbitta Denim PumpGuess Lili Sleeveless Draped Dress $44.96 (was $89.92)Guess Lili Sleeveless Draped DressGuess Serena Lace Mix Slip Dress $37.50 (was $74.99)Guess Serena Lace Mix Slip DressGuess Emorie Clear-Strap Heel $62.30 (was $89.00)Guess Emorie Clear-Strap HeelGuess Kyra Crocodile Embossed Satchel $70.80 (was $118.91)Guess Kyra Crocodile Embossed Satchel 

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The 10 Most Stylish First Ladies to Walk Through the White House


We could never ignore the POTUS, it's just with such a stylish first lady by his side, we might briefly overlook him, admiring his wife's lovely ensemble right off the bat. In the case of the 10 women here — Michelle Obama, Jackie Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, and Eleanor Roosevelt all included — we were completely smitten.

These women redefined power dressing during their time in the White House, proving their confidence through fashion-forward outfits. Whether they were slipping into a gown for the inaugural ball or just giving a speech in a colorful suit, there was one common thread: these first ladies knew (or know) how to get noticed and make a memorable, sophisticated statement — now isn't that what politics is all about?

Mamie Eisenhower

Years as First Lady: 1953-1961

Her Look: Even the way Mamie wore her dresses was princess-like. She knew how to pose, curtsying in embellished gowns and folding her hands atop a fanned-out dress while pictured sitting down. Every accessory looked not only perfectly matched but also perfectly placed.

Jacqueline Kennedy

Years as First Lady: 1961-1963

Her Look: Though her time in the White House was short, Jackie Kennedy was not short of influence. She pioneered a new take on power dressing, opting for bold colors and sophisticated cuts, while still embracing major '60s trends. Whether it was the delicate way she clutched her purse or how she fastened her pillbox hat just so, Jackie O. was a clear fashion girl, through and throug

Nancy Reagan

Years as First Lady: 1981-1989

Her Look: Nancy loved a coordinated set or a fancy outfit with exaggerated shoulders and shine. She thought about all the little details, selecting stud earrings that perfectly matched the buttons on her blouse or popping a crisp white collar from under her cardigan.

Michelle Obama

Years as First Lady: 2009-present

Her Look: Michelle has worn her fair share of show-stealing gowns, some even splashed with prints or saturated in bold color. But we'll always picture her in an A-line silhouette, kitten heels, and hoop earrings — her go-to ensemble, usually by way of a favorite American designer.

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Unexpected Ways To Wear Leggings This Fall


No one can deny how comfortable and simple black leggings are and once temperatures start to drop these cozy cotton pairs find their way to the front of our wardrobes. As effortless and comfy as they may be, they can also skew sloppy when styled with too-casual counterparts. To elevate the beloved staple, we’ve created four distinct looks that are anything but boring, but also surprisingly easy to pull off. Paired with of-the-moment accessories, transitional pieces and cool layering combos, see how to style leggings like a fashion girl ahead.How To Wear Leggings
How To Wear Leggings Slip Dress

Edgy Polish

Try this cool layering trick by donning a button-down under a slip dress to don with leggings. This covers the bum, while making the frock more appropriate for daytime. Finish off with sleek stacked heel ankle boots and cat-eye sunnies.

How To Wear Leggings Knit

Office Chic

Adapt leggings for work with a high-neck long-line knit that lends coverage. Spruce it up with ball hoop earrings, backless embroidered loafers and a roomy tote.

How To Wear Leggings Velvet Blazer

Velvet Vibes

Ditch the LBD and opt for an alternative evening outfit with a rich velvety jewel-toned blazer to instantly upgrade the simple staple. Add a contrasting vibe of tomboy cool via a slouchy tee and slip-on sneakers.

How To Wear Leggings Denim Turtleneck

Off-Duty Denim

Leggings work as a great base for statement pieces to create a fashion-forward ensemble. An oversize chambray turtleneck gives the look unexpected texture and silhouette, while a fringed embroidered shoulder bag, suede glove shoes and wide-brim fedora are of-the-moment extras that give momentum.

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Attention 30-Somethings, This Is Your Wardrobe Checklist


You spent your 20s building an inventory of the basics, and now it's time to step up your game. Your 30s will bring many milestones, and between all the personal and professional events — promotions, weddings, black-tie parties, etc. — you'd better have the necessary outfits.

That means a formal dress, tailored pants, and a sexy blouse that isn't quite as revealing as the one you wore on your 25th birthday. Consider this your wardrobe checklist and start scrolling to shop the essentials.

The Real Leather Jacket

If the denim jacket was the go-to layer in your 20s, in your 30s, it's a leather one, like this BLK DNM version . The effect is cool without being too edgy or tough, so you can absolutely slip it over your polished dresses and top your trousers with it, too.

The Polished Trench

Sure, you can still get by with your anorak on a rainy day, but there's something inherently classic about a trench coat like this French Connection style . It will look just as sharp with your weekend denim as it will with your work sheath.

The Top That Shows Off Your Best Assets

In your 20s, you had a collection of "going-out" tops that were flirty and fun; now it's time to upgrade for a sexy, sophisticated top that showcases your best assets. If it's your shoulders you want to draw attention to, try this Tibi silk cutout top  that's subtle and polished, but undeniably sexy. Whatever your best features are, this is the time to flaunt them with the right top that puts the right parts on display.

The Perfect Pencil Skirt

You're stepping up your game at the office and at home, and a pencil skirt like this one from Ganni Moss does the same. It adds just enough interest to elevate a white blouse, but it's still totally classic, so you'll have it for seasons to come.

The Grown-Up Coat

Long gone are the days you could wear your puffer or anorak with your sophisticated pencil skirts and get away with it. A lean, go-with-everything coat in a beautiful hue, like this Club Monaco belted wool coat , is the perfect piece to finish off your cold-weather looks with ample polish and so much more sophistication than your anorak.

The Black-Tie Dress

The wedding circuit that started in your 20s shows no signs of slowing now, only friends in their 30s are throwing even fancier affairs. For this reason and so many more — like that random black-tie gala for your significant other's work — you need a formal dress, like thisRachel Zoe Sandy one-shoulder gown , in your arsenal. Like actually in your closet — not one you're borrowing from your big sis.

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The Only 5 Shoes You Need For Fall


Though we’re still at the height of pedicure baring season, fall footwear is one of those categories we can’t wait to jump on. Our adoration for summer slides and sandals aside, there’s something about a fresh wave of boots, loafers and pumps that invigorate our shoe collections like no other. With the fall runways ushering in distinctly autumnal textures with an opulent twist (rich velvet, decadent suede, magnificent embellishment), we rounded up the five key styles to add to your shopping carts now. Though each needle-moving look reads fashion forward, we promise every style will see much wear over the course of the season. Consider this your ultimate guide.

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Block Heel Boots

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Luxe Loafers

Loafers get a luxe update via metallic treatments, ladylike adornments and sleek embellishment.

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Embellished Mary Janes

Feminine meets fantasy by way of classic mary janes—from high-shine add-ons to edgier adornment, more is more (is more) for fall.

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Thigh-High Boots

Made to stand out, second-skin boots cut up to there are a seasonal hit. Bonus: the skin-tight fit easily layers beneath dresses, pants and skirts in chillier temps.

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Strap Happy Heels

From sexy stilettos to block heel takes, designers pumped up the volume on this ladylike silhouette.

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5 Essential Basics Every Woman Should Own


Every stylish woman knows the key to a strong wardrobe is all in the foundation. Although experimenting with playful, trendy pieces is highly encouraged, the basics are what is most important and fundamental in developing chic ensembles. They can be worn alone on days when you desire a look that’s simple and fail-safe, but they can also be built upon and used as a base for a statement outfit. Ahead, we get back to the nitty-gritty and show you the five pieces every woman should absolutely have in her wardrobe. Whether you needed a reminder or haven’t added them to your closet yet, shop the must-have staples here.

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