Mary Kate Olsen is always on the top of best dressed lists. Wether it is in discussion over one of her and her sisters clothing lines — The Row or Elizabeth and James, being seen at the newest hot spot, hanging with her ridiculously cool friends or simply walking down the street, MKO always looks good. Using a recent photograph of her as inspiration, we’ve put together a look that encompasses her boho chic style: frothy chiffon mini dress, chestnut brown leather bag, long necklace and the must have accessory of the moment — clogs. A key aspect to pulling off this look is by not getting costume-y or try hard — Mary Kate has her hair sloppily pulled in a half pony tail, and although she has a bunch of accessories on she doesn’t look over loaded. And before you go shopping, think about what you can pull from your own wardrobe that will work in place of one of our suggestions. You’ll be surprised what you can repurpose from the back of your drawer, it will free up some of your budget for a possible bigger ticket item, and make this look that much more your own. Do you love the bohemian chic of the 1960’s and 70’s as it is reinterpreted today? How do you wear it?
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… but still a cute outfit! I’m glad to see Toni Braxton making appearances, even if she and many others seemed a little overdressed for a Miami Dolphins football game. [Miami, 10/4/10] Keep reading »
Take a look at the above images of Mariah Carey: In one picture, she’s in an adorable crop top and shorts set. In the other, she’s decked out in pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Which is real and which is fake? It turns out the fully-clothed Carey is Saudi Arabia’s censored version of the image, in which adorable capri pants were airbrushed onto Mariah’s naked legs. In the conservative Muslim country even superstars have to tone it down.
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These “Splatter Sneakers” from Shopbop are currently on sale for 50 bucks, but they were originally $170, which begs the question: who would pay almost $200 for a pair of Converse with red paint stains? Two answers come to mind: an abstract painter with a trust fund or a serial killer. I don’t like either of these choices.
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Way back in the day when mass retailer and designer collaborations were merely a fledgling idea—well, 2005, specifically—Stella McCartney designed a line for H&M. Since then, we’ve been waiting for the moment of Stella’s return to the mass spotlight. Turns out the British designer is doing a collab (hooray!), but she’s doing it in Australia (woh-wohhh). At the end of October, Australian Target will release a 42-piece collection, and here are some of the looks the lucky Aussies will get: sharp blazers, embroidered dresses, classy satin tops, and shimmery sweater dresses. If you’re vacationing in Australia, hit it up! (And bring us some, too.) Check out some more styles after the jump! [Frockwriter via Racked] Keep reading »