Upon perusing F/W 19 fashion week photos and recognizing that crossbody bags were back in style,

Upon perusing F/W 19 fashion week photos and recognizing that crossbody bags were back in style, my heart skipped a beat. Don’t get me wrong (I love a good top-top-handle or bucket bag), but the idea of having an extra free hand thrills me. Think about all the possibilities! Carrying my matcha latte without fear of spilling, grabbing my metro card from my bag with ease, texting with two hands instead of one thumb? The list could go on. Not only that, but I deem crossbody bags to be incredibly chic. With a shortened strap thrown over both shoulders and the bag positioned directly under your chest, the style takes on a fashion twist, differentiating it from the unfortunate satchels I wore in middle school. If you feel genuine delight at the thought of a hands-free accessory, scroll through for the top 10 designer crossbody bags (and their vintage counterparts) fall has to offer. I would be prepared to argue that Saint Laurent makes the queen of all crossbody bags. Sleek and simple with the iconic YSL logo ever-present, the gold-chain Vicky bag takes you from day to night with just the flutter of an eyelash. Burnished with the new TB monogram, this bag reflects the polished elevati...

Just ask Chrissy Teigen, Kate Middleton, or the models at Fashion Week: Headbands are definitely experiencing

Just ask Chrissy Teigen, Kate Middleton, or the models at Fashion Week: Headbands are definitely experiencing a resurgence in popularity. While you might be concerned that the classic accessory feels a bit juvenile, allow us to introduce you all the ways you can wear a headband that won’t make you feel like it’s your first day of kindergarten. We turned to Beachwaver Co. Pro Stylist Gregory Alan to show us how to make headbands look mature and chic. Trust us, these headband styles are the perfect accessory to any outfit — without an ounce of schoolgirl charm (sorry, Blair Waldorf). Some people might be putting scarves around their ankles, but we think they look best atop your head. Whether your scarf is a family heirloom or something you found on Amazon, you can transform it into a special hairpiece. It’s an easy way to keep your hair off your face and change up your look, especially if your scarf is a color that complements the rest of your outfit. Here’s how Alan says to do it: Pinterest is going wild for this style, and while it’s pretty easy to do, it requires some patience and a few bobby pins. “If you have a fringe or soft layers, this style will re...