Outdoor Styles 2019
Your style doesn’t have to suffer just because you’re hiking. For our April issue, we’ve sought out the best boots, backpacks and clothing pieces for all your adventures.
Nike’s running line is sure to provide you with light weight clothing options that are just right for breaking a sweat.
Eddie Bauer’s Ranier line is perfect for the outdoors—their pants and capris are lightweight, packable and have two-way stretch Flexion nylon/spandex that provides mobility and has a durable water-repellent finish.
The Osprey backpack, which can be found at Scheels, has an Anti-Gravity harness and suspended-mesh back that ensures comfort and mobility.
You won’t get anywhere without the right footwear and we love Saucony’s Eexcursion TR running shoes and Timberland’s waterproof mid hiker, available at Rack Room Shoes.
Check out REI Co-op to get the latest in hydro flasks and socks built for the outdoors.
Spring Looks from New York Fashion Week
Polka dots and bright yellow and nude tones dominated spring looks in the collections debuted by top American designers at New York Fashion Week.
Striking yellows, known as “golden hues,” are perfect for celebrating the coming of warmer weather.
Another trend spotted — literally — all over runways was polka dots, mostly in black and white.
Scarf patterns have made a comeback on dresses, blouses and pants.
Athleisure looks continue to be trendy, with a new resurgence of spandex biker shorts. They’re a practical mid-length short when you’re ready to ditch the pants for warmer weather.