Jessica Alba’s perfect approach to street style strikes again! Best of all, two of the exact pieces she’s wearing — her floral midi skirt and silky T — are available right now at Topshop AND J. Crew. Get the deets after the jump! Keep reading »
Model Chrissy Teigen — who’s married to John Legend, making them maybe the prettiest couple ever — is cool and cute and funny and, in this outfit, shows one way to wear denim on denim without looking tacky as hell. Acid wash denim best on top, black denim cutoffs on the bottom. DONE. Love her hodgepodge of accessories too. Get the look after the jump!
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Check out Eva Longoria keeping it classy in this fitted black and white ensemble. If only she had an epic hat, she would be ready for a polo match with the queen! Steal Eva’s style with a few versatile pieces… Keep reading »
For the last few months, all I’ve heard fashion people saying is “normcore normcore normcore.” According to Wikipedia, normcore “is a unisex fashion trend characterized by unpretentious, average-looking clothing.” Normcore is basically “tourist at Disneyland” chic. Normcore is having style by not having any style, focusing on function and comfort instead. It’s also sort of what Jessica Alba is doing here, albeit with a few sneaky, fashion-y touches. Keep reading »
I can wear whatever I want to work, but I can imagine that summer would be a difficult season for those people who work in offices with stricter dress codes. Slacks and buttondowns on 95 degree days? Awful. Or maybe not! Here, Kaley Cuoco rocks a summer-y take on business casual, with trouser shorts replacing the pants and a sleeveless blouse standing in for the buttondown. Totes work appropriate, yeah? Keep reading »
Hell yes, I’m doing a Style Stealer for Dame Helen Mirren, because she is a flawless queen who proves age ain’t nuthin’ but a number and women of any decade can rock bright red pumps and girly white dresses, dame it, I mean, damn it. Details for this fabulous outfit recreation are below… Keep reading »
There is such a fine line between classy animal print and tacky animal print, and normally I can count on the Hilton sisters to sashay past that line by a mile. But somehow, someway, Nicky Hilton’s leopard-print dress is working, even though I usually don’t love that bright-yellow/gold hue. I think I like it because of her dressed-down way of styling it, with simple ballet flats, tortoise shell shades and a army green field jacket. Shit, even that contrasting Chanel crossbag box purse is an unexpected touch. Nicky Hilton, who have you become? (Get the look for yourself, including Nicky’s actual dress, after the jump!) Keep reading »
Let’s be real. Knowing how to style a fashion item as conceptually ridiculous as metallic silk jogging pants is not knowledge most of us are born with. We must look to those few others who were for inspiration. Model Elle Macpherson pairs her joggers with a thin, fitted grey sweater, strappy stilettos, cat-eye shades and a major tan, for a look that’s simple and cool and understated. I love it. Get the look! Keep reading »
Busy Philipps’ bright, summer-y outfit reminds me of those yummy SpongeBob ice pops they sell from ice cream trucks. They are SO TASTY. And so is this outfit. Get the look after the jumpppppp… Keep reading »
Once upon a time, back when the internet was still relatively new and my parents house only had a dial-up modem, I was obsessed with Claire Danes. I used to spend hours looking at photos of her on her most popular fan site. I say hours because back in ye olden days, photos didn’t just LOAD all at once, lickity split fast, they revealed themselves slowwwwly, one segment of pixels at a time. Anyway, I was so interested in looking like Claire Danes and her character on “My So Called Life,” Angela Chase, that I was willing to waste hours of my time starring at a computer screen waiting for pictures of her to load so I could stare at them and compare myself and feel ugly and wonder if dying my hair Crimson Glow would change my life. It didn’t (but Tetracycline sure helped).
And now, here I am, 20 years later, coveting Claire’s outfit — her billowy red blouse, her crisp white blazer, her chic grey jeans, her rad sandals that thankfully are not Teva-esque — but the good news is, I’m not comparing myself to her. I’m thinking about how cute I’d look wearing the same thing! And this has been the story of my self-esteem’s evolution. Get the look yourself, after the jump! Keep reading »