On last night’s episode of “The Sing-Off,” eight a cappella groups were narrowed down to six, and vocals-only versions of songs by artists from Queen to Aretha Franklin were performed. While the focus of the show is on the singing, I couldn’t help but notice the coordinating outfits the groups wore. Some, like all-girl groups Noteworthy and Maxx Factor, put on the exact same ensembles. But the guy-girl groups mixed it up, wearing similar colors in different shades and styles. Keep reading »
We’re all about wearing thick wool tights to stay warm during the winter, but Kate Hudson looks like she could use a pair of ski pants walking around ice cold, super windy Manhattan today. [N.Y.C., 12/11/09] Keep reading »
We came across this photo of Gwen Stefani today. Usually, she can do no wrong in our style books, but we’re not too sure about these white tights. What do you think? [NYC, 9/12/09] Keep reading »
Are you on Twitter and looking for more followers? Take your tweet campaign to the streets with these “Follow Me” knee-high socks created by Tel Aviv design team Gabby and Tal. With this Twitter faux tattoo, the invite and bird will encourage prospective followers to add you to their list. Of course, it’s also possible you’ll draw some attention from suitors who think you’re in the market for a stalker, not a Twitter groupie. But that’s a fashionista risk you’ll have to take. [NOTCOT] Keep reading »
We’re loving the continuous line of Reese Witherspoon‘s gray tights (click to find a pair of your own) and shoes. She bucked the black tights trend while promoting her new Avon fragrance, “In Bloom,” on “Good Morning America.” [NYC, 10/28/09] Keep reading »
Not everyone enjoys dressing in costume for Halloween, but that doesn’t you need to be a total Debbie Downer and wear your normal clothes on Saturday, either. Jewelry of the spider, bat, or vampire varieties is the easiest way to acknowledge it’s Oct. 31 without donning a full-on costume.
If you’d like to take things up a notch without putting on a “sexy fill-in-the-blank” outfit, go for these spider knee highs. They’d look great — elegant even — with a simple black dress. And unless your skirt is lady-of-the-night short, only your suitor, perhaps dressed as Prince Charming, will be privy to the spiders’ webs at the top of the socks. [Pyramid Collection via Trend de la Crème] Keep reading »