Between receiving oral from Ryan Gosling and being chosen to play Marilyn Monroe in a critically acclaimed, Oscar-nominated film, I'd say Michelle Williams is probably one of the luckiest ladies in Hollywood. I've been a huge fan of hers since she was the tortured girl next door (not named Joey Potter) on Dawson's Creek, and I love that she is getting so much recognition for her talent and beauty.
Even though Olivia Palermo hasn't graced our TV screens in a while, the paparazzi is still following her around. I don't know why, but she's stylish and I covet many of her ensembles, so I'm cool. She's like the American Kate Middleton, but way more visually interesting (and personally I think she has better hair).
I was browsing the Dorothy Perkins website and came upon these beauties. I instantly knew that they needed a feature! Made of faux suede, these little booties are the perfect addition to your fall shoes; the burnt orange shade just screams "autumn!"
Rachel Bilson never fails to impress. She always makes fashion look so simple and easy. That's what all of my favorite fashionistas have in common. Even if they spend 5 hours on their outfits, it always looks like 5 minutes. True style is a reflection of your personality, so it shouldn't look forced or uncomfortable.
90210 starlet Shenae Grimes is an undercover fashionista. She's not someone who's all over the fashion rags or in red carpet photos, and it's not like 90210 ever got the same fashion cred that Gossip Girl ever did, so no one exactly goes out of their way to check out what she's wearing. That said, she has a really interesting, yet attainable style
I’m not a girl who’s skilled enough to wear heels. I’m not sure what the problem is, but every attempt at stiletto sex kitten I’ve ever made has resulted in scars of the physical and emotional nature.
Fashion is all about recycling trends (which is why I kick myself when I think about all those leggings I got rid of in the '90s ). One decade that made a strong reappearance during the Fall/Winter 2010 runway shows was the 1950s. With the overwhelming popularity of Man Med, this really comes as no surprise
hate to admit it but fall is almost here. Major tear. But while I'm not excited for midterms, wool coats, shivering on my walk to class and being too cold to drink iced coffee, I am excited for boots (and really excited for Pumpkin Spice Lattes).
Alexa Chung is more than just your average British socialite it-girl sitting front row for every designer during London's Fashion Week. She's actually doing pretty cool things! All over the place! When she isn't busy being a model, the contributing editor of British Vogue, or supporting numerous charities, she's working on her TV career with her most notable MTV show from this past summer (that you probably didn't watch) called, It's On with Alexa Chung.
Hard to believe that in only 2 days we'll be ringing in the new year and it'll have been a decade since all that Y2K mumbo jumbo. I know; that whole "only 2 days" thing freaked me out, too. Not because I'm not ready for 2010, but because I'm not ready for NYE.
As 2009 quickly comes to an end (can you freakin’ believe it’s almost 2010?!), we are all looking forward to a new year in some way or another. Maybe you’ve set some super ambitious resolutions you can’t wait to start on (I will be living 2010 on a treadmill), or maybe you're excited to ring in the New Year in a fabulous dress and even more fabulous friends.
So Hanukkah begins on Friday and Christmas is 17 days away, which means it's time for holiday parties, dinners, and gatherings of family and friends. And that means you'll need some super cute looks to show off.
Not only are ankle boots a huge trend, but they're also extremely versatile. You can wear them with jeans or leggings or in place of a pump with dresses and skirts. Since booties range from super low (sometimes called shooties) to heights that are well above your ankle bone, how you wear your boots depends on the style of boot.