From homes to cars to offices desks, these days everything requires a key. So it follows that most of us — on more than one occasion — have spent endless hours retracing our steps to gather clues that may help up locate these essentials we seem to misplace on a daily basis. While we can't help you find those pesky necessities, we can offer you an array of cute and stylish key fobs to adorn once they've been located. From adorable animals to miniature handbags, we've culled 19 chic, cheeky, and down right comical key chains just for you.
Reese Witherspoon's 3.1 Phillip Lim Ava pumps ($179, originally $450) have helped amp up her Spring style, and now it's time they do the same for you — at 60 percent off! (Side note: we love how they share the same name as her daughter.) There are many things we adore about these colorblocked pumps: the two-tone detail makes them stand out among a sea of classic pumps, the mix of fuchsia and burgundy works well for day and night, plus the d'Orsay cut gives them a vintage flair. And, of course, the majorly discounted price tag means they won't break your budget. Win-win in our book. Work Reese's exact pumps into your Spring style, but first, read a few easy tips on how to get the most wear out of them.
- Follow Reese's lead, and dress up your favorite denim by pairing them with your colorblocked pumps. Finish with a chambray top for a fresh denim-on-denim outfit.
- For a classic look, wear these pumps with a little black or white dress for day or night.
- For an edgier evening look, sport your new pumps with leather — it can be a dress, skirt, shorts, or pants.
- For a work-appropriate ensemble, match your pumps with a silky button-down and cropped trousers.
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Thanks to a little thing called Twilight, Kristen Stewart has become a household name, not to mention a style icon. We love seeing her stroll the city in jeans and Converse, then getting dolled up for a swanky party or premiere in designers like Marchesa, Elie Saab, and Balenciaga. Since today marks Miss Stewart's 23rd birthday, we're celebrating in a major way. We've already taken a look back at her red-carpet style — now we're wishing Kristen a very glossy birthday by peeping her most fashionable editorials. Click through to see each one, and make sure to let us know your faves in the comments!
We took it upon ourselves to create the ideal Coachella carryall, and you can perfect your music-festival style with this easy embellished DIY. Ours has feathers, fringe, and a little Moroccan influence — and to top it off, it's totally hands-free. Whoever said fanny packs aren't back hasn't seen our rendition on the '80s hip-hugger. Get out your glue gun and click on to see how to make your own festival-ready fanny pack now. On Allison McNamara: H&M top, Club Monaco pants. Fanny pack from American Apparel.
Styling your printed pants might be easier than you might think, as exemplified by brunette beauty Jordana Brewster. The actress headed into the VH1 studios in NYC yesterday looking effortlessly polished in a pair of black-and-white floral trousers tempered with a black long-sleeved top — easy, right? It's all about balancing out a bold print with more neutral accompaniments, which Jordana shows here, but notice how she took her styling skills up a notch with a pair of pink printed ankle-strap pumps for an extra-sassy Spring touch. Finish off the look with a gray shoulder bag, and you're set for your next casual workday or relaxed evening outing. Simply shop our editors' picks below to channel Jordana's effortless take on printed pants.
We're heading into the desert sun for Coachella in just a few short days, and if you are too, it's time to start packing! Every year, the festival-style meter is raised to a whole new level — just look at Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at last year's fest — so needless to say, we're stepping up our style game. With fashion and function in mind (there's nothing worse than walking around with blisters or a wardrobe malfunction), we're packing a few pretty dresses, comfy — and totally cool! — flats, fun tees, and statement accessories for the finishing touch. Step inside to see what we're packing, and shop a few of these pieces for yourself.
Olivia Wilde celebrated her April cover of Marie Claire with a party in NYC and a Spring-perfect outfit. Her white-and-yellow fit-and-flare dress by Monique Lhuillier and strappy Jimmy Choo sandals put a bright spin on cocktail styling, and she furthered the colorful effect with blue eye shadow and pink nails. Watch on to hear all about Olivia's look now! On Allison McNamara: H&M top, Osklen skirt, Samantha Wills earrings.
Midi skirts — that's a hemline that hits below the knees but above the lower calf — are an easy way to inject ladylike flair to your style. Since the style is notoriously tricky to pull off without feeling conservative, overly covered up, or, at worst, frumpy, we have the key tips on how to make this skirt flirty and fun (and office-appropriate, if that's what you need). Including solid, printed, muted, and bright colored styles, we culled 14 of our favorite picks for you to shop. But first, a few quick styling tips to help you nail the look every time.
- We've focused on the classic circle silhouette because it's the most universally flattering.
- Pleated waistlines can make you look wider at the hips, so look for a flat-front with an A-line shape if that's your problem area.
- If you're on the taller side, go for a skirt that hits the calf, and if you're petite, choose one that's right below the knee.
- Midi skirts look great with heels to help lengthen the leg, but a sweet flat or strappy sandal gives it a softer feel.
- To balance out the longer hemline, we recommend pairing your midi skirt with a shorter, even cropped, top, or just try tucking your tee in.
Once you've found your dream dress, it's time to complete the look with the perfect wedding veil or headpiece. We like to think of your wedding day as the ultimate "red carpet" event of your life, and with that comes the pressure of looking nothing short of spectacular as you make your way down the aisle. This necessary accessory is the second-most important piece to a bride's ensemble. Whether you prefer to go the traditional route in a pretty cathedral lace veil or opt to go more bohemian à la Margherita Missoni, we picked out 14 of the prettiest wedding veils and headpieces to finish off your bridal look. From Jenny Packham's barely there mesh confection (see below) to a handmade floral headband, see and shop all of our beautiful editors' picks.