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.
I don't know if it's the cold weather that makes me movie-crazy, but I am so pumped for this season's flicks. I've been drooling over the trailers for Zero Dark Thirty since they came out.
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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.
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.
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<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.
Step outside and you’ll discover the air is a little crisper, leaves are starting to darken into rustic colors, and the smell of autumn wafts through campus. It’s officially fall. You know what that means: now’s the time to start updating your wardrobe.
Animal print is one of the hardest prints to incorporate into your wardrobe. And it doesn't matter which you choose: leopard print, zebra print, faux-fur (because, for the love of PETA, please go faux) or snakeskin. But, as with most things in life, the harder the challenge, the bigger the reward.
Every year when I start school I get so excited to show off my summer wardrobe (that no one got to see for three months) for a few weeks. But then the leaves start to change, the Halloween stores pop up, and my cute summer clothes get banished to the back of my closet, where they sit taking up precious space for the rest of the year.