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Published: Mon, 23 Jan 2017 04:18:53 GMT

 



Melania Trump brings sultry elegance to the White House
First lady Melania Trump stepped into the Liberty Ball on Friday night in a vanilla, off-the-shoulder crepe sheath she helped create with designer Hervé Pierre.



Wear your good intentions to the gym
These days, spreading good workout vibes is about more than giving high fives at the gym. The trendlet One-word mantras - "Breathe" and "Peace" - along with sweet-spirited messages (Think: "Love is the answer" and "Good vibes only") are front and center on tanks and midriff Ts in this new year, new-you season.












Smoothing it all out at the gym
Say bye-bye to muffin tops on running trails and yoga mats. The trendlet At yoga studios, spinning classes, and in sculls on the Schuylkill, the high-waisted athletic tight - with compression in the tummy, hips, and butt - is helping us look good before our New Year's fitness resolutions start paying off. Some pants are floral. Some are color-blocked. Others feature a funky graphic print. All are cute.









The latest in sleepover fashion: kiddie snuggies
You're curled on the couch under a heated blanket for a Sunday afternoon veg-fest, and your mini-me is snuggled up next to you. What is she bundled in?



'80s shapes, custom wigs are among 2017 trends
It's so time to move forward. And, as usual, fashion is way ahead of us. Although there are a few things we will carry with us in 2017 - respect for the plus-size model (thanks, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue diva Ashley Graham), the no-makeup movement (via Alicia Keys), and our love of the pantsuit (hello, Hillary) - to the rest, we say bye-bye.