Women's Dress Pants - Black Slacks, Skinny Styles & More
Your goals. Your look. Get ahead of the competition with promotion-ready dress pants from Express. From skinny fit to wide leg and flares—find the perfect fit, size and length for you today at Express.com.
The High-Waisted Jeans Craze Is Coming and We Can't Stop It
A paradigmatic shift in denim fashion is upon us. After years of low-cut skinny-jean dominance, a new era of high-waisted jeans is coming. You cannot stop the tide from turning; your only choice is how to cope.
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Beauty Tips, Celebrity Style and Fashion Advice from InStyle
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The Old Hollywood Guide to Dressing Down
During Old Hollywood's heyday, leading ladies looked just as elegant traipsing around town or lounging at home as they did on screen. Let these retro sirens be your guide to dressing glamorous on your days off.
FAB Vintage 1940s Hepburn Style Pants Pattern Tailored Jacket Slacks or Shorts
FAB Vintage 1940s Hepburn Style Pants Pattern Tailored Jacket & Slacks or Shorts | eBay $59.99 I admit I mostly like it because of the awesome illustrations. Have similar patterns already :)
Nordstrom Signature and Caroline Issa Wide Leg Wool Suiting Trousers | Nordstrom
Tailored trousers designed in collaboration with international fashion icon Caroline Issa create towering proportions with a high waist that wraps to a button-tab back and a wide-leg silhouette augmented by full front pleats. The fluidly structured style—woven in a fine Italian wool—is a workweek essential for the season, both now and in years to come.
Throwback Thursday: Katharine Hepburn’s Wide Leg Trousers
In an 1981 interview with Barbara Walters, an elderly but still fiercely independent Katharine Hepburn explained (for what must have felt like the millionth ti