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Inspiration Board: Solange At The Tom Ford Fashion Show

Solange was one of a hundred guests invited to view Tom Ford’s return to womenswear last night. While Tom brought the theatrics with his spring 2011 collection, Solange kept her look refined yet sassy; we’re really loving the sheen and fit of her cigarette pants, as well as her turban. And you know this shoe fetishist kept her footwear on point! This is an easy look to add to your reserves. Find out how after the jump. Keep reading »

Inspiration Board: Demi Lovato

It’s not every day that we look to a Disney teen for style inspiration, but Demi Lovato managed to cram three of our loves — gray sweatshirt, killer heels, and toned legs — into her pre-concert outfit. Find out how to get her look, after the jump. Keep reading »

Inspiration Board: 50th Anniversary Of “To Kill A Mockingbird”

July 11 marks the golden anniversary of Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird. So in honor of this novel, whose themes still ring true today, we’ve decided to celebrate the tomboy style of narrator Scout Finch. Keep reading »

Random Style Inspiration: Vintage Palm Springs Glam

Palm Springs is synonymous with heat—which is what made us think of it in the first place—but even in a heat wave, the California valley town still provides us with dreamy, Old Hollywood style inspiration. So why not channel some vintage glam with a high-waisted bikini, a lace dress, and ’50s-esque cat eye glasses? To make it a real throwback to classic Americana, put on some Sinatra or Dean Martin and pour yourself a cold one. Check out our fashion suggestions after the jump! Keep reading »

Independence Day Inspiration Board: Rosie The Riveter

Rosie the Riveter wasn’t a real person, but she did symbolize a generation of patriotic American women and early feminism. When the U.S. needed workers for factories during WWII, women answered the call, working in shipyards, steel mills, warehouses, etc. Rosie the Riveter was the nickname given to women working in war-time industries at this crucial time. These women, no doubt, helped win the war. Check out our interpretation of Rosie the Riveter’s style after the jump. Keep reading »

Independence Day Inspiration Board: Betsy Ross

Even though there’s some debate over whether Betsy Ross created the first American flag, she’s the person you think of first when it comes to the stars and stripes. She’s a model of patriotism and her legend is hard to forget during this time of celebrating Independence Day. And now you can look like this American icon for all the BBQs and firework displays this weekend. Keep reading »

Inspiration Board: Kristin Bauer At The “True Blood” Season 3 Premiere

Kristin Bauer plays the old soulless vampire Pam on “True Blood,” but it seems Kristin might be a bit of an old soul in reality. She could have had her choice of a number of designer outfits for the season three premiere, but instead Kristin wore a retro 1930s-style dress. And we know exactly where she got it. After the jump, get the details on where you can get Kristin’s “True Blood” premiere look. Keep reading »

Inspiration Board: Dennis Hopper’s “Easy Rider”

Dennis Hopper broke from Hollywood convention when he co-wrote, directed, and starred in “Easy Rider,” released in 1969, a movie that tells the story of a cross-country motorcycle trip. At that time, he had only appeared on TV and in small movie roles. He made “Easy Rider” for about $1 million, yet it was a box office success and received an Oscar nomination for best original screenplay. After a long history as an actor, artist, and photographer, Dennis died May 29 from a long battle with prostate cancer. But let’s remember this original Hollywood bad boy with the movie that made the studios take notice. [Time]

Check out a look inspired by the movie after the jump. Keep reading »

Inspiration Board: “Diff’rent Strokes”

My first thought after reading about Gary Coleman’s passing was “Whatchu talkin’ ’bout, Willis?” Even though Gary had some troubles as an adult, I couldn’t help but remember chubby-cheeked Arnold, his character on the ’70s and ’80s show “Diff’rent Strokes.” Then, I thought about the classic urban-American sportswear the young Drummonds and Charlene DuPrey, Janet Jackson‘s character, sported on the show. Arnold loved his football jerseys and sneakers. Willis was mad for plaid. Kimberly kept covered in high-neck blouses. Charlene styled it up with V-neck sweaters. And jeans were a wardrobe staple for all four. After the jump, get inspired by the wardrobe on “Diff’rent Strokes” without looking like a blast from the past. Keep reading »

Inspiration Board: Happy 63rd Birthday To Cher!

Happy birthday, Cher! This week, the diva celebrates her 63rd birthday. We’d never try to act or sing like Cher, so instead we’ll pay tribute by dressing like her. If you dare to go as bare as this fashion icon does, check out our Cher Inspiration Board after the jump. Keep reading »

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