What Are You (Really) Wearing? For the Love of Chiffon

As a top trend in 2013, chiffon combines elegance with effortless style – but what exactly makes this sheer beauty such a standout?

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Backstory on Brogues

Baffled by brogues? Get the scoop on this on-trend shoe here: Brogues – a general term referring to the wing-tip oxford style – originated in Ireland and Scotland in the early 20th century. Countrymen wore these low-heeled, leather lace-ups with perforations (which were originally designed to allow water to drain from the shoes in wet […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Oxford Shirt

Want to get the look of laid-back sophistication? The oxford shirt is the epitome of this paradox. But just what about the prep school–inspired staple has everyone buttoning up in order to dress down? Just before the turn of the 20th century, a Scottish mill produced a number of fabrics named after prestigious universities. These […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Scoop on Sun-Protective Fabrics

Now trending: stylish sun protection. That is, cover-up designs made from fabrics that can protect you from the sun’s harmful UV rays. We’ve learned that layering on this “UPF” clothing, as it’s called, is just as important as lathering on the SPF. So let’s shed some light on it, shall we? UPF – short for […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Lowdown on Chinos

Second only to the polo shirt, there are few summer styles as preppy as the chino pant. We’ve admired the short version (sans polo) as a longtime Kennedy family favorite for touch-football games – but what exactly gives this staple its completely casual appeal? Like most menswear styles, the chino pant is military-inspired. It was […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? Let’s Talk Turquoise

When it comes to summer, style is less about braving the elements and more about wearing them. Case in point: turquoise. Year after year, this rock reigns supreme as the official add-on to warm-weather ensembles. But just how did it gain its popularity (and that beloved blue-green hue)? A staple in Southwestern-inspired jewelry, some of […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? All About Ikat

With the tribal trend all the rage, ikat is definitely having a moment. It’s cropping up on everything from hand-tufted rugs to breezy summer scarves. Here’s a little background on the ethnic-inspired design you’ll be seeing splashed all over this summer. Ikat – pronounced “ee-kat” – is one of the world’s oldest traditions in textile […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Lowdown on Dip-Dyed Ombré

Oh, ombré – it’s one effortless summer style that surely won’t fade. And rest assured, this gradient palette of color isn’t the tie-dye of your heyday. Whether you shop the look or go for DIY, there’s more to know about the dip-dye process than what meets the eye. Ombré – the French word for “shaded” – […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Cork Breakdown

From wedges to wall décor, it seems cork is popping up everywhere this summer. And sure, it’s a given that this material works well as a wine stopper, but what makes it such a fashion favorite? This neutral material is harvested from the bark of cork oak trees lining the forests of the Mediterranean. Once […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? So. Many. Stripes.

With Memorial Day weekend in our rear view and the official kickoff to summer style underway, bold stripes have made their annual return to our closets. Here, we talk the past and present of three of the season’s most iconic renditions. Nautical Stripes This alternating pattern of blue and white began in the 19th century […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Mother-of-Pearl Rundown

You’ve noticed mother-of-pearl accents on everything from watch faces to buttons. If you’re like me, though, you probably haven’t given such details much thought beyond admiring their luster. So let’s pause for a second: what exactly is mother-of-pearl? In an effort to avoid a fashion faux pas, I did some digging and found out. For […]

What Are You (Really) Wearing? The Story Behind Seersucker

A seersucker piece is a timeless classic in any wardrobe – but what exactly makes this sunny fabric a summertime staple? Seersucker is cotton with a slightly subdued stripe design. It’s woven in a way that puckers the material and elevates it away from the skin. The shirred effect gives seersucker breathability and makes it […]

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