Usually I’m a total shut-in on New Year’s Eve (well, also in life, but I digress), but this year, I am going out of my comfort zone and going to a party OMG can you believe it. This NYE soiree has a black and white theme, so I was tickled to discover this recent outfit worn by Gwen Stefani to use as inspiration. I loved the color-blocking on this sheath dress and found a damn near close replica of it on Gilt for under $100. Happy New Year indeed! Get the look after the jump… Keep reading »
How adorable are Sarah Michelle Gellar and her 3-year-old daughter Charlotte Prinze on their way to ballet class?! I couldn’t resit doing a Style Stealer for not just Sarah’s stylish-mom-on-the-go look, but also Charlotte’s little tutu and moto jacket combo (which I would totally wear myself but have dutifully recreated in kids’ sizes). Get all the shopping details for both looks 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 »
Why yes, I am coveting a 14-year-old’s outfit, what of it? “Mad Men”‘s Kiernan Shipka is a total fashion plate and I refuse to pretend like this outfit isn’t totally stylish just because its wearer wasn’t even born the year I graduated from high school. Besides, my inner age is, like, totally 14. Fellow teenagers-in-spirit, get the details on how to steal this outfit, after the jump! Keep reading »
I bought a pair of faux leather pants a couple months ago, but I haven’t worn them much because I can’t figure out exactly how to wear them. They’re not a super skinny jeggings style, so they look a bit off with baggy tops and tunics, but tight tops don’t look right either. Enter Julianne Hough for some style inspiration: I love how she cuffed up her leather pants and paired them with boyish oxfords and a simple sweater. Totally recreating this look for myself. Here’s how: Keep reading »
Jessica Alba + plaid + leopard print + moto jacket = my casual outfit wet dream. Sorry, was that a gross description? Whatever. Find out how to steal her look after the jump! Keep reading »
I don’t think much about Ashley Tisdale, except to remind myself that she is not the same person as Kaley Cuoco (I get them mixed up). But I might start paying more attention to her, because I am really feeling this funky outfit she wore late last week. You know I love me some wedge sneakers and a kicky mini. Get the look after the jump! Keep reading »
Geri Halliwell sauntered into a London Christmas party wearing this fabulous outfit that I’m dying to recreate. That white shawl collar coat is divine (and Olivia Pope approved), and the hot pink (or is it radiant orchid?!?!) clutch adds a formal, festive touch to the whole ensemble. Want to steal this Spice Girl’s style for yourself? After all, it’s perfect for all sorts of holiday gatherings. Get all the shopping details after the jump!
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Ali Larter is rocking the ’70s vibes in this outfit she wore out shopping recently. All the muted shades of grey contrast so well with that fabulous red fedora. Carly Simon approves, and so do I. You too? Read on to find out how to steal her style… Keep reading »
Here’s what happens far, far, far too often when I’m working on a Style Stealer. I see a celeb in an outfit I think is awesome and I think to myself, Oh cool, this will be easy to steal — I’ve seen [INSERT EXTREMELY TRENDY KEY ITEM] everywhere! I embark upon my quest, searching for each item that makes up the outfit, only to discover that the key item I saw everywhere literally just days ago is somehow gone. Sold out, suddenly nowhere to be found, maybe never existed, whatever. It’s like I dreamt up the ubiquitousness of this item. But because I am totally ADD/OCD, I end up hyper-focusing on replicating that outfit, even though it’s no longer nearly as simple, and suddenly, three hours later, I have a Style Stealer that is cute, but probably better described as inspired by the original celeb’s look, rather than a remotely-close replica. I both feel like a failure (for spending such a ridiculous amount of time on something so silly) and victorious (for completing a task I set out to accomplish, dammit).
Such is the case with this Olivia Palermo look. That sleeveless white blazer? Everywhere last week, NOWHERE today. In my exhaustive research, however, I have learned that this item is also called a “gilet” or “waistcoat,” so it wasn’t a total waste of my time. Anyway, I ended up going with a regular ol’ white blazer with black details, layed over a black jumpsuit with a similar lacy neckline, and a jeweled clutch that is just as fancy as Olivia’s, but looks nothing like it. Ugh, whatever. Click on for the shopping details!
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