Archive for the ‘WOMENS STYLE’ Category

December 14th, 2014 | By | 170 Comments

A Slice Of Life | From Surf’s Up to Turn Up

Usually, when I refer to a versatile bikini top, I mean that it can be worn surfing, laying by the pool, or as a cute bralette… but this MINKPINK tank bikini top takes it to a whole new level: It doubles as a going out crop top! It is supportive enough for any beach activities, and covers enough to be worn alone or under a sweater or kimono when going out. The funky pattern will have you standing out in a sea of little black dresses, and the mesh back and inserts add edge. Take your style from beach to street – from surf’s up to turn up!
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December 11th, 2014 | By | 159 Comments

Your Ultimate Holiday Party Style Guide "Damn, you look good!", Part One

Looking to get decked out to deck the halls? Give your holiday style an update with party worthy picks from the celebration curators at SWELL. On the nice list this season: metallics, standout LBD’s and lots of lace. Landing the naughty list (in a good way of course): sheer paneling and cuts outs.
Read on for your ultimate list of party dress picks…

Pictured above: Lace Crop Dress | Faux Fur Jacket | Embroidered Clutch | Black Back Zip Booties | Gold Collar Necklace (more…)

December 11th, 2014 | By | 119 Comments


It’s that time of the year when life gets just a wee bit crazy. I know it’s a great time of year, but it’s also just hectic for some reason. So here are a few (random) ways to help deal with this constant onslaught of craziness, and also embrace the season. (more…)

December 7th, 2014 | By | 159 Comments

A Slice of Life | Reusable Bottle


By now, we all know that the situation regarding plastic in our oceans is getting worse and worse. According to environmental awareness website EcoWatch, “one million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals are killed annually from plastic in our oceans,” and “44 percent of all seabird species, 22 percent of cetaceans, all sea turtle species and a growing list of fish species have been documented with plastic in or around their bodies.”