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Jessica never fails to look utterly beautiful as she embraces gorgeous, classically femme pieces featuring great colors and silhouettes. This time around, she decided to sex it up and go feisty, which is definitely a fun way to jazz up a winter wardrobe. Just because the weather is cold doesn't mean you can't look hot.
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I never could give The City a real chance to win me over, but Olivia's status as a socialite keeps her on red carpets all the time, and she has definitely won me over with her classic-yet-modern, dynamic style.
Leopard print made its come back last fall and by the looks of things, it’s not going anywhere. Leopard printed heels, flats, scarves, tops, dresses, pants (Peg Bundy was SO ahead of her time!) are popping up just about everywhere. In your typical shades, in pops of colors, mixed in with other patterns, leopard prints are just an animal you can’t avoid. Pun intended.
Emma Roberts starred in a lot of my favorite C/D-list projects back in the day (like Unfabulous and Aquamarine - don't judge me) but this Friday, we're all going to be able to see her in the highly anticipated fourth installment of the Scream series. I am beyond stoked to see if her horror movie acting chops are equally as awesome as her comedic timing.
At first, I couldn't decide if I was liking anything that was popping out from behind the curtain. It looked like MC Hammer and Lucille Ball barfed onto some fabric, smeared the regurgitated styles all over models with paint on their faces and let it go on a long strip of runway. The chic, bold colors and '40s-inspired ideas came together awkwardly and I was pursing my lips like Ms. Wintour.
Another New York Fashion Week has come and gone, and if it weren't for the fact that London starts up just as it ends, I'd be spiraling into a deep pit of fashion depression, downing Chunky Monkey as I flipped through pictures of my favorite collections for the 47th time.
It's been awhile since Gwen Stefani reigned pop music (yet I know I'm not the only one who still gets "this shiz is bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s" stuck in her head), but she definitely hasn't been slacking on being a fashion icon.
I know that there are a lot of mixed feelings on fur — personally, I’m an advocate of faux fur. Not only is is cheaper and animal-friendly, but there are incredible plush pieces available that keep you warm and look great.
<a href="http://collegecandy.com/2010/10/07/fashion-porn-gettin-it-on-at-the-zoo/">Animal prints have been hot for the last few seasons, but leopard prints are especially huge this season. However, this trend can be tricky to pull off--too much and you'll just end up looking trashy. Or like Snooki. Or worse, Angelina.