Florence Welch and Emma Roberts look hot. Literally. Despite the warm temps outside, both stars step out in the winter-friendly fabric. Hey, if leather can re-brand itself as a summer staple then maybe velvet will be able to the same?
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Oppa gingham style. City girl Olivia Palermo wears Dorothy’s signature print in blue on her pants, while Chloë Grace Moretz wears a pink checked dress that could have been a set of kitchen window curtains.
Now that Larry King has retired, carries his style torch with Moschino Cheap & Chic suspender-accessorized pants. (We’re fairly certain, though, that Larry never wore his hanging down and with a crop top.)
Perhaps thought the best way to balance a grandpa-esque cardigan was by wearing her Acne button-down with nothing but tights. Or maybe she just knows how hot her legs are and felt the need to remind all of us.
If you work at a conservative office or are invited to a buttoned-up event, but you don’t want to deny the world a look at your décolletage, get a top like Alyssa Milano’s, which offers the best of both worlds.
No longer just for psychics on the boardwalk, these head wraps have been spotted on Snooki and many other stars. Slip one on, peer into your crystal ball and tell us: Will we regret wearing them come fall?
Well, at least you don’t have to worry about your lingerie clashing with your shoes anymore! dives head- (or rather, feet-) first into the trend with two different pairs of lacy Nicholas Kirkwood pumps.
How do you update a print that’s been worn a bazillion times by every celeb in Hollywood? By doing as Marissa Miller does and wearing an alternating see-through-and-opaque version that shows off your belly button, duh.
You know those weight loss commercials where the person holds up the “before” pants against her “after” figure? That is not what you’re looking at. It’s just wearing striped Balmain bottoms, big enough to fit two or three of her in each voluminous pant leg.
High-tops as fashion footwear: very 2013. But pairing the lace-ups with pink scrunch socks? is giving us major déjà vu to 1989, though she’s clearly missing one timely touch: beaded friendship pins on the laces.
As any person who attended summer camp knows, there’s only one good reason to tuck your pants into your shoes. And that is to protect your legs from ticks. We have a feeling that’s not what Bella Thorne is doing here.
Do you think put on that sparkly crop top with her torn-up jeans, looked in the mirror and said to herself, “I’m worried I might blend into the background,” then added the oversize shimmering clutch just to be safe?
A hybrid of the one-piece and the surf rash guard, Olivia Palermo’s Lisa Maria Fernandez swimsuit reminds us a bit of the leotards we used to wear for our ballet recitals (without the sexy zipper, of course).
Your HR manager called. She’d like to rescind her previous comment that you can’t go wrong with a below-the-knee skirt and a button-down. Good thing Rita Ora, in Burberry Prorsum, doesn’t have a traditional 9-to-5.