New York has been really cold lately. Negative numbers-cold. So cold, in fact, that this past weekend, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a warning for people to stay indoors to avoid the “life threatening” temperatures that were gripping the city with their icy, terrible hands. But do you think BDB’s decree was enough to stop New York Fashion Week’s dedicated troop of street style baiters from peacocking outside the shows in spring’s coolest wares while making exaggerated gestures at imaginary taxi cabs, all in the hopes of landing their curated outfits on a street style blog or highly regarded Instagram feed?
Freezing temps and frigid winds paired with dry winter heat adds up to seriously dehydrated skin, but these moisturizers that are powerful enough to heal even the worst case of dry skin.
The anticipation of a snow day is almost as good as the day itself. It’s all about imagining your dream day, one that’s full of relaxation and productivity. We stock up on bottled water and extra batteries like we’re about to go live underground for a few months (maybe that’s just my parents). We think about finally giving that baking project a go, or finishing up the novel on our bedside table, or having a Monopoly marathon—and then actually do it!.
If you never thought you’d touch ramen again, this recipe for Easy Miso-Chicken Ramen will change your mind. It takes a little longer than pouring boiling water on the contents of a plastic pouch — but not much. It tastes a whole lot better than that packaged stuff and it’s healthier too!
I’m a big believer in the seasonal home refresh, and—even after the holidays—winter is full of natural inspiration. To keep the festive feelings going even after the greenery comes down, think warm hues and cozy additions. Here are five ways I love to perk up a home for winter. Related: 5 Ways to Freshen Up a Space Without Spending a Cent A post-holiday refresh.
At one point this past summer (a point that I’m not particularly proud of), I ate burgers for dinner for an entire week straight. In my defense, I was on a burger-high from discovering Ashley Rodriguez’s special burger sauce, had just discovered that my Emergency-Use-Only Fire Escape doubled as the perfect Burger-Eating Nook, and was doing “research” for an article. My recipe was simple and unchanging: I layered buns swiped with Ashley’s sauce, a freshly-ground patty, a tomato slice, onion rounds, and arugula.
Winter dressing means piling on the layers. As anyone knows, the base of a good cold-weather wardrobe starts with a trusty pair of thermals (see also: long johns or long underwear). But these are not the easily stainable, droop-crotched styles of yore. They are high tech and highly fashionable thanks to modern advancements and could even double as funky tights if you’d like!
Last week we tested a Spiced Buttermilk Roast Chicken for a recipe contest and realized — after we’d eaten the entire chicken quickly, hungrily—that these spices are too good to reserve for desserts and sugar-spiked coffees. As we started digging through our chicken recipes, we realized that this is something we’ve known for quite some time—cloves, allspice, cinnamon, and nutmeg are the hidden something in some of our favorite chicken recipes.
Animal print is a style that never goes out of fashion, so while while everyone else is wearing metallics, why don’t you get ahead of the game and pick up this animal printed mini skirt that we’re sure you can wear all year long. This retro style A-line shape animal print mini from Topshop is one of those statement pieces that you can have in your closet forever if you can think of fun ways to style it. Let us be your guide… Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Oftentimes when I tell my friends and coworkers about my love for long, oversized nightgowns, I get less-than-agreeable reactions. “Don’t they bunch up while you’re sleeping?” they ask, and “Why would you want to look like a grandma?” My answers are as follows: They don’t bunch up, because I take them off when I’m getting into bed.
We’ve gotten a good dose of spring on the East Coast, but it’s not going to last much longer. Best to prepare for the winter chill by picking up a stylish scarf. Here are 36 options for every conceivable outfit. Whether you want to swath yourself in cashmere or experiment with playful prints, there is something here for everyone.
Frigid weather may not be enticing for everyone, but there’s no denying the appeal of sweet rosy cheeks. Thankfully, you don’t need to be out in the cold to have a lovely winter flush. These cream blushes make it a cinch to attain a natural-looking glow and are a helpful, moisturizing makeup swap when skin is getting dryer by the day. Related: How to Really Find Your Perfect Blush How to Apply Blush Perfectly Flushed Rosy Winter Cheek
You know winter is coming when everyone starts breaking out shearling coats and accessories. Recently we’ve seen Rihanna don a long tan version by Chanel for a trip to a nightclub, while Jennifer Lawrence — the perennial press junketier — opted for a hooded black number by Alberta Ferretti while out and about in New York City. Shearlings, which are lined in wool, don’t overwhelm your silhouette the way that puffer coats can. Here are three ways to wear the coveted piece.
Here’s how to deal with dry, itchy skin come winter. The sudden drop in temperature impacts more than just your wardrobe. The cold, wind, and low humidity all cause the moisture in our skin to evaporate more quickly, leading to dry, itchy skin — and no one wants that. To help you winterize your skin care routine and avoid dryness, we asked Dr. Sejal K. Shah of Smarter Skin Dermatology in New York City to share her tips and favorite products. Swap your lightweight summer moisturizer for something thicker and formulated with ingredients that will lock in moisture and repair your skin.
By Marshall Bright We love freshly fallen snow and cute scarves as much as the next girl. But sometimes, all the cold weather and heavy layers can get us feeling a bit…down. Which is how we know it’s time to curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and get our spirits up (and our fingers warm). And since the winter can get long and dark, we’ve collected some of our favorite hot chocolate recipes from around the Web, so you’ll haven plenty of delicious drinks to sip on till spring.
I may be a Paris Fashion Week newbie, but I know a good party when I see one. Everything was covered in paste-ups that were meant to evoke a lunar landing, and silver UFO-like constructions were scattered throughout the runway. The opening look was Parisian model-turned-DJ-turned-author Caroline de Maigret, who strode out in a silver onesie, armed with a remote control in one hand and a helmet in another. Then came the real show, which included a roster of top models that included Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Constance Jablonski, and Saskia de Brauw, among others.
Dry, flaky, cracking skin is practically inevitable this time of year, despite stashing hydrating moisturizers in every desk drawer, purse, coat pocket, and bathroom shelf. Thankfully there is one winter skin savior: all-over balms. Whether it's cuticles or cracked heels, dry elbows or chapped lips, these multi-use balms and ointments will help you battle the elements better than your current arsenal combined.
It’s cold out and I’ve got socks on! But it’s important to keep your feet moisturized year round, especially in the winter, to avoid calluses and cracked skin. Yahoo Beauty talked to Nadine Abramcyk, co-owner of New York City nail salons Tenoverten, about how to care for dry feet in the winter. Related: Survive a Polar Vortex With These Products What causes dry feet? The number one reason for cracking and dry skin on your feet is lack of moisture. She notes that people with skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis may also be more prone to dry or cracked feet as well as people with diabetes.
Dear Bobbi, My skin is super dry in the winter and I feel the need to be applying moisturizer throughout the day. Thank you, Jessica Dear Jessica, The key is to make sure you are using the right moisturizer for your skin type before you put your makeup on. You may just need a richer moisturizer. Also try a hydrating foundation or tinted moisturizer.
Photo: Henry Leutwyler The only beauty gift that comes along with cold winter weather is rosy, flushed cheeks. Thankfully, you don’t actually have to step out into sub-zero temps. To get this winter flush, pat a rosy pink cream blush onto your cheeks—but don’t blend it all the way in. Apply the color from the apples of your cheeks and up along your cheekbone.