All posts tagged: fashion blogs

Love Bug; Flirty & Simple V-Day Look!

Have you just been hit by the love bug? Then get ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a flirty and confident outfit. This get up has got you covered for a chill evening to a romantic night out. Ditching the classic ‘little black dress’ for a white lace slip-on is a modern twist for a soft and feminine vibe. Dress up your outfit with these sleek brick red heels that are sure to get everyone talking. And of course no diva is ready without her royal jewels. Keep your style simple with bold yet classy earrings. Complete your mood with a creamy deep red polish. Now you’re ready to dive into a romantic evening with flare. As always we hope we have inspired you to get flirty with your look and skip the traditional black dress fever for V-Day. And if someone asks where you got it from, make sure you mention your favorite online fashion magazine! Stay tune this week for 5 more V-Day fashion inspo! Let #YHMMAG be your go-to guide for a ‘fit that …

YHM Special: Staying Genuine to Yourself with Sarah Jaihe Lee

Committing yourself to following your dreams isn’t an effortless road to travel. There are so many distractions young people can get tangled up in from school to friendships. But, with a plan of action and a driven heart you can make the impossible, possible. YHM’s very own, Sarah Jaihe Lee, breaks down her accomplishments from 2013 and gives us a peek of the year ahead. With a background in English and a craving to share what she loves, this young woman is surprising herself by checking things off her to-do list! YHM: Who is Sarah and what is she all about?  Sarah Jaihe Lee: I’m a senior at Rutgers University majoring in English with a minor in music. I enjoy blogging, cooking, baking, writing and singing. I have been interning with YHM Magazine since June 2013. I was also a Style Guru for CollegeFashionista and wrote for “Fashionista Spotlight”. YHM: In what ways have you accomplished your dreams/goals of 2013? SJL: I have accomplished many things in 2013 but I didn’t do it alone. I believe God was …

Amy Valentine: Timeless UK Fashion

Daily outfit inspirations vary with every woman. It can be as complex as fashion from other cultures or as simple as the weather outside. No matter where the inspiration comes from, it all comes down to the execution. For eighteen-year-old Amy Valentine Joslin, daily ensembles are inspired by her day-to-day mood or sometimes the music she is currently listening to. “I’d say that my style usually combines femininity with a touch of masculine grunge,” Joslin said. She may be inspired by simple things, but Joslin executes each style effortlessly with uniqueness and creativity–nothing like YHM has ever seen before on Timeless Fashion! “My favorite high street shops are Urban Outfitters, Topshop and Zara but I also like to shop online from independent businesses a lot,” Joslin said. The thing I like most about independent businesses is the originality and effort that goes into the products. The people that run them work so hard and really believe in the products. Young Hot and Modern Magazine has seen Timeless Fashion from Cali to New York City, but how …

Get Floral With Your Look!

As the days heat up, get glam with YHM Style! That’s right! We’ve picked out what’s young, hot and modern with this season’s hottest trend, floral! Embrace the weather and all its beauty with our stylish outfits from SheInside. YOUNG Being young means you’re always trying to find ways to stand out. This fun mix from SheInside plays with patterns in the unique floral meets stripes top! Matched with a bleached light blue denim helps the blues of your top stand out even more. Of course no look is complete without the jewels. Our spiky earrings and ring selection are total rock-star flare. HOT Keep your hottest looks simple. A beautiful flower dress in a complementing hue and bell shape is ideal for a night out. A chic yet simple ring adds elegance to your outfit. MODERN Be bold and rock a floral crop blazer with a graphic tee. Modeling urban pieces with a feminine print shows off your rebellious side. Beat the heat with a cool chiffon maxi skirt. Complete your look with a vintage ring themed from the classic fairy tale Snow White!

Prom Queen – Look 1

It’s that time of the year, when all girls around the country start their preparations for one of the biggest night of the year – PROM. We decided to put together FOUR different outfits because every girl is unique! The four styles include; girly-girl, boho girl, tough chic, and glamour diva!  Girly-Girl is the fun and sassy style we’ll kick off with. Lace can make any girl look even more feminine and delicate. This dress is so versatile that you’ll be able to wear it to any special occasion after prom! And, it won’t break your budget. Metallic shoes will add a bit of edge to this outfit. They come in 3 colors, Vintage Gold (pictured here), Steel and Champagne. So if you want to go for a more neutral look, you have a great selection to choose from. As for jewelry, try to stay within the color palette of your dress and shoes. This outfit is all about balance and femininity. Same with your make-up. Going overboard with it or choosing colors that are too bold …

Yasmeen Fahmy’s Notion on Style and Feminism

Yasmeen Fahmy, the well-dressed brains and former blogger of Castle Fashion, is a self-proclaimed feminist, this 22-year-old fashion lover, graphic designer, and illustrator takes your notion of “feminist” and flips it on its head. Who says you can’t fight for women’s rights and care about the economics of clothing while in heels? YHM: When did you start your fashion blog and online presence, and what inspired it? Yasmeen Fahmy: Browsing through my outfit photos I honestly don’t feel like I’m portraying the style that I really love which is sort of a mix of modern pirate clothing, knits, and gold. I have a very average wardrobe, but recently I’ve become more selective about what I accept into my closet. The problem is that I’m very paranoid about what happens to clothing when it’s thrown out or donated. Either it sits in a landfill or it’s sent abroad where it reduces the demand for domestic textile production. So I always end up hanging on to many things I don’t ever wear. As far as what makes me …