How to hit a golf ball? We’ve got you. In the video above, find three #protips for hitting an iron (aka the club you’ll be swinging most of the time) and three tips for chipping, the super-tricky part of the game when you are near but not quite on the green. Your instructor is Patrick Ackerman, Glendale Country Club Golf Pro. All clothes worn in the video are shop-able here.
As for how to look your best while you knock down those eagles and birdies? Well of course we’ve got you there, too.
In 2012, Kathleen Wright left the business world to begin a small nonprofit. That global artisan-focused fashion industry game changer, Piece & Co, is just three years old, but today it takes a major step forward.
The results of these collaborations won’t just change your wardrobe; they might change your life, and they will definitely change the lives of the women who had a hand in bringing them to you. I sat down with Wright to talk about three of the women she’s met in her Piece & Co travels, women whose talent, skills and dedication are changing the way we see style this spring.
New York City-based Erika Burho of Mail Modelsfolds, wraps, prints and mails like a boss. No half-dashed Post-Its or reused gift wrap for this one. She elevates note writing and gift presentation to art forms, so of course we went straight to her to get this primer on making the very, very most of those Nordstrom gift cards you’re giving.
Burho lays down three quick and easy-to-follow sets of instruction using items you probably already have—or can readily get at your local drug store.
Some of you eagle-eyed readers may have noticed that our November Holiday catalog featured papercraft and garlands running throughout as a unifying theme. Since it’s the perfect time for a little festive DIY-ing, we got back in touch with the master crafter we commissioned to create these garlands for our photoshoot: Laurie Cinotto.
Laurie’s work is featured in Martha Stewart Weddings and a ton of other publications and blogs, not to mention her very own book. She was kind enough to take some time out of her full-time crafting career and herding cats (really!) to give us a simple tutorial, with step-by-step images that are here to help anyone create some DIY décor. Read on for her easy guide.
We’re loving mixing prints right now. Combining unexpected pieces—that you may already own—looks so fresh and extends the versatility of your wardrobe (bonus!). We know some trends can seem a little daunting at first. One reader recently asked, “But how do I get into the mixed-print trend without looking like I’m wearing my great aunt’s crazy quilt?” Read on for a few basic tips and the best ways to mix and match your patterns and prints.
So, you’ve landed yourself a Vogue cover. Now what? Lena Dunham and Hamish Bowles come to the rescue with flair. Learn how to strike a pose with the best of them in this Vogue original short, “Cover Girl.”
To ease the pain of an overcrowded schedule, we created a handful of short videos with clever tips to help you get in the spirit and breeze through the social season—whether you’re planning a festive celebration, jetting off to the in-laws or looking for the perfect hostess gift.
As we fully arrive into fall, the bootie has become an essential part of every gal’s wardrobe after bursting onto the scene several years ago. From cowgirl to luxe, the versatile bootie comes in a variety of styles. However, this season we greet the latest incarnation of the trend: the “shootie,” a streamlined silhouette that packs the punch of a bootie in a traditional shoe shape. (Hence, shoe + bootie = shootie.)
In our second installment of From the Ground Up, we turn to a few favorite designers to show us how to style this supersleek, superchic style, which can go pretty and punk, or sultry and sophisticated: