How can I not like Jamie Chung’s outfit? It combines at least three of my favorite things to wear — chambray, a midi shirt and animal print. If I could wear chambray with a midi skirt and animal print shoes every day, I would. For the rest of my life, seriously. It sure would make getting ready in the morning easier. Anyway, to get this Amelia-approved ‘fit (yes, I just shortened outfit to ‘fit), check the details after the jump! Keep reading »
I freely admit that I still watch “The Challenge,” the “Real World”/”Road Rules” spinoff competition show on MTV that’s in its 25th season (!!!). The same damn people are always on it, hoping to win a chunk of money to live off of until the next “Challenge.” I wonder if those folks look at someone like Jamie Chung — who appeared on the first season of “The Real World: San Diego” — and are totally bitter that she turned her 15 minutes of fame into an actual acting career. Anyway, Jamie is always turning up on style blogs and in celeb magazines getting the thumbs up for her great personal style. I love the casual but funky outfit she’s wearing above and dig her decision to add a dose of fancy to her jersey skirt and cropped sweater with a sparkly statement necklace. Get the look after the jump! Keep reading »
There are probably, oh, 20 days out of the year where I’d wake up and think to myself, Amelia, I think you could pull of the denim jumpsuit today. In fact, I think you should pair it with kinda crazy heels and a striped cardigan and you will look FLY. (I speak to myself in the third person on those days as well.) I imagine that Jamie Chung wakes up and has the confidence to pull off this look on more days than that. But regardless of how often the urge to wear a denim jumpsuit with a grandpa cardigan and greyish pointy toed booties/pumps hits you, you need to be prepared. Get the look after the jump! Keep reading »
Jamie Chung used to be on “The Real World: San Diego,” and now she’s a hot actress who has the style game of a French Vogue fashion editor, I swear. See, not every person who goes on an MTV reality show spends the rest of their life on a downward spiral towards drug addiction and endless failed attempts at winning not that much money on “The Challenge.” Get the look of a reality TV success story, after the jump! Keep reading »
One of the biggest lies ever told is that you can’t wear white after Labor Day. What hooey! I mean, beachy white linen would look very silly while tramping through the snow, but winter white (which is different than summer white in a way that I admit I cannot explain in words) in heavier, woolier fabrics? Definitely a-okay. Want to replicate actress Jamie Chung’s look? Get the details after the jump! Keep reading »
Get it? Because Jamie Chung used to be on “The Real World”! What? You didn’t know that? You mean I am the only person on Earth whose brain is essentially an Encyclopedia of Bunim-Murray Productions? Yes, Jamie Chung was one of seven strangers picked to live in a house on “The Real World: San Diego” back in 2004. She was normal and quiet and didn’t get into any trouble which is A) probably why you don’t remember her and B) why she’s actually a successful actress now (“The Hangover” series, “Once Upon A Time”) instead of appearing on her 10th season of “The Challenge.” AND she can afford to dress like a star now too. That bright blue leather jacket is nearly $600, while her purse is nearly $400. Too rich for my real world butt. But I found a bunch of similar and much more affordable items so that we can all dress like an ex-reality show star who’s gone on to bigger and better things. Keep reading »
Jamie Chung has been in some truly horrible movies (what’s up “Sucker Punch” and “Dragonball Z”?). But that said, she’s still one of the only reality TV show stars — she was on “The Real World: San Diego” — to reach the holy grail of a successful acting career. And we really like this black cocktail dress with cut-out neckline. Very chic!
Mmm…shoes. Parsons graduate Jamie Chung’s work embodies how we sometimes feel upon seeing an unattainable pair of expensive shoes, of wanting something so perfect, that the desire makes you ravenous. Her ring with a piece of gum for a rock, however, elicits the opposite reaction, making us imagine how we’d feel if someone proposed with a lame ring. Chew on that, sweetie. [Jamiechung.com, Trendhunter] Keep reading »