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Ahead of the kickoff, the Superdome became a stage to showcase the vocals — and ensembles — of both Jennifer Hudson and Alicia Keys. Both singers drew the spotlight with their respective renditions of "America the Beautiful" and the national anthem, while providing a more glamorous twist on game-day gear. Alicia stepped out for the occasion in a scarlet-hued, body-conscious floor-length Alaia gown with a fishtail hemline, which she adorned with a Marina B gold choker (rooting for the 49ers, perhaps?). Jennifer Hudson, who led a moving performance with the Sandy Hook Elementary School chorus, opted for a leather turtleneck top by Monika Chiang and a white L’Wren Scott military-style pencil skirt, which she polished off with tights and ankle-strap heels. Alicia gave us all-out glamazon style, while Jennifer's look is a more sophisticated take — now we're turning it over to you: which Super Bowl styler won this game-day battle?
Last night's Directors Guild Awards played host to yet another round of slick red-carpet cocktail attire. While not quite the stuff of black-tie affairs, our two favorite looks certainly held enough intrigue to supply ample (sleeveless) styling inspiration. Jennifer Garner opted for an Antonio Berardi LWD that, once again, proved her ability to find the balance in sexy cuts and glamorous finishes. And for us, the combination of a body-conscious silhouette, embellished top, and a crisp Winter white hue made this the kind of monochromatic outfit that never veers toward boring. To counter the sleeveless shift, she accessorized with muted metallic pieces, namely a Salvatore Ferragamo box clutch and matching satin peep-toe pumps, then added just a hint of sparkle via Cartier jewels. Jennifer's look is the perfect solution to your "how to wear white at night" question. But if you're not a fan of the peep-toe look in Winter, try a pointy-toe pump in the same neutral tone instead.This award season's wild-card styler, Anne Hathaway, went for a punchier print look, donning a sleeveless pink-and-blue beaded Valentino Couture dress with navy blue Casadei vegan heels. Because the dress offered up a serious textual statement, the Les Misérables actress didn't do much else in the way of add-ons. Her diamond studs, tennis bracelet, and wedding ring served as the outfit's only accents, and in this case, it totally worked. Anne's playful choice is the kind of dress you should wear on the next night out with the girls — it's fun, festive, but doesn't feel overdone in the least. Which look would you wear? Tell us in the comments.
The Super Bowl is here, and if you haven't figured out your party attire yet, it's time to get shopping. You'll want to wear something festive enough to show your team pride, but also comfortable enough to last through all the beer-drinking, burger-eating, and Beyoncé halftime performance dance moves you'll be busting out. Whether you're cheering on the San Francisco 49ers or rooting for the Baltimore Ravens, we've got some cute pieces for you to snap up before the big game, and — bonus! — they're inconspicuous enough to wear well after the party is over. Pro tip: if you aren't leaning toward one side, just go for gold — both the Ravens and the Niners use the metallic hue as their team color.
The second annual NFL Honors award show turned out a serious three-way (fashion) tie, courtesy of Nina Dobrev's, Olivia Munn's, and Chrissy Teigen's red-carpet appearances. Here's the play-by-play. Nina, who played in DirecTV's celebrity beach bowl earlier in the day, chose a sweet light-blue Zuhair Murad mini and silver sandals for the evening's event. But The Vampire Diaries star's dress was anything but simple: her lacy floral top and geometric-print A-line skirt proved doubly dynamic. Olivia stepped out in a bright — albeit glamorous — coral-hued one-shoulder gown by Izmaylova, complete with a sexy thigh-high split, then finished off the floor-length look with strappy nude Casadei heels. Chrissy worked a strapless teal minidress and sleek gold sandals, but what did we love most about this seemingly minimalist-cool cocktail number? The asymmetrical-cut skirt, which showed off her enviable stems perfectly. Now it's time for you to weigh in: which star's NFL Honors ensemble gets your vote?
With more than 224 snaps in tow, we're resolving to give our look a serious upgrade, even in the dead of Winter. We may not be able to wish away the chill, but we can embrace the drop in temperatures with some apropos styling tactics that are as chic as they are cozy. This set makes use of all of our favorite trends, like oxblood hues (of course), high-tops, and sleek leather layers, to help shape a more style-minded outlook on the Winter dress code. There's even a high-fashion tilt, with some bundled-up street-style moments straight from Couture Week in Paris. And if you're lucky enough to enjoy the sunshine year-round, there's more than a handful of ways to style up your bare-legged Winter wear with a fresh set of eyes, too — like adding booties to your floral dresses or a vintage t-shirt to a ladylike skirt. In short, no matter what the season brings (snow, ice, rain, or shine), let these snaps serve as a reminder to make this your most stylish Winter ever.
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February is going to be filled with exciting, stylish moments, thanks to Fashion Week, award season, and Valentine's Day. With those events in mind, this month's shopping list is all about stunning, snap-worthy street-style jewels, eye-catching handbags, and bold separates that will survive the Winter-to-Spring transition. When the midseason slump has you feeling uninspired, our editors' picks are sure to give your cold-weather look a much-needed lift. From Tibi's lobster-printed skirt to an irresistible (and budget-friendly) pair of exotic statement earrings from ASOS, see and shop our February must haves now!
Crisp Winter temperatures require long coats, chunky sweaters, cozy scarves, and lots of layers. But don't forget about the power of a beanie. It's the icing on the cake. We're looking to our favorite celebs — Reese Witherspoon, Taylor Swift, Emma Stone, Ashlee Simpson, and Jessica Hart to name a few — to give us stylish tips on how to wear one without looking like we're about to hit the slopes. Reese coordinated her gray ribbed beanie with her gray-and-black ensemble; Taylor's sweet outfit popped thanks to her rich red topper, and Emma's preppy look got a dose of cool thanks to her gray hat. Now, check out which other trendsetters have accessorized with toasty beanies, then get inspired to work this celeb-approved hat into your Winter mix.
— Additional reporting by Melody Nazarian
After spotting a slew of trendsetting starlets embracing the vibrant colors, high-shine textures, and overall phenomenal pieces from Burberry Prorsum's Spring '13 collection, it's safe to say that we are not the only ones who are totally smitten with the latest creations by designer Christopher Bailey (pictured here). Cara Delevingne, Emma Stone, and Anne Hathaway have already incorporated the crème de la crème from Burberry Spring '13 — from sophisticated satin separates to captivating futuristic confections — into their fashion rotation. Still not sold? We urge you to click on to see which other celebrities have been caught rocking Burberry's sensational designs.