Vintage 70s Spy Girl Trench Coat Art Nouveau Lining
by Ida Hsiang
Today is the start of the I-405 closure in LA, otherwise not-so-affectionately referred to as 'Carmageddon'. What does this mean? It means total gridlock and bumper to bumper traffic for all those who dare to venture out. Lots of road rage, tearing of the hair and probably an internal scream or two, chastising yourself for even trying to get anywhere.So ... why go anywhere then? Stay home this weekend and satisfy your splurge urge by exploring the world of online shopping! And who better than to you bring you some lust-worthy must-haves for summer at every budget then your favorite online shopping resource (um .. we're talking about StyleHive, of course ... )?
by Brooke Baker
Maxi dresses are the single easiest answer to the anxiety-inducing question 'What should I wear?' Effortlessly dressed up or down, they're super comfortable, conservative but pretty, and the only garment more versatile than a good maxi is a solid blue jean. This maxi will become quickly an staple in your closet - neutral colors, flattering shape and a subtle pattern. Tie-dye done well is lovely, bohemian, and delightfully nostalgic, bringing back the best of the Flower Children without all of the patchouli-masked body odor and acid flashbacks. Worn with Lennon-inspired shades, Frye college boots, and a jean jacket, you€™ll look like the cream of the Deadhead crop.The beautiful thing about maxis is their chameleon-like shape shifting. Although going retro is an eternally fun option, this dress can be fancied up with heels, down with gladiator sandals, over a bathing suit, under a boyfriend-cut blazer or a cropped Angela Chase sweater. Once you put it on, you will wear it into the ground. Much like your beloved blue jeans.Where to Buy - ShopBop.comPrice - $128Who Found It - BrookeElisabeth was the first to add the Soft Joie Emilia Tie Dye Maxi Dress to the Hive.