We can't deny a good sale, and it's no secret that we love adding celebrity pieces to our wardrobes. Put them together, and you have a total win-win scenario. That being said, we've found 20 "seen on celebrities" pieces on sale, and now's the time to snag them for yourself! We're talking about Rihanna's black Siwy denim cutoffs, Alessandra Ambrosio's hot-pink Topshop sweater, Reese Witherspoon's two-toned 3.1 Phillip Lim pumps, and Julianne Hough's Madewell floral jeans. But wait, there's more, so just keep clicking.
From satchels, to clutches, to fringed and textured numbers, celebrities around the globe have been spotted toting the chicest sunny-yellow bags. Krysten Ritter paired her floral Dolce & Gabbana dress and ankle-strap espadrilles with a mini yellow bag in Las Vegas, Michelle Monaghan worked printed Tucker pants with a sunny Coach tote in LA, while Serinda Swan styled her studded Zara jacket with a croc-embossed YSL clutch in Beverly Hills. Cruise through to check out which celebrities have been test-driving this vibrant new trend, then shop exact and similar bags to inject a pop of color into your Summer ensembles.
As the weather heats up, celebs embrace sunny staples including flirty skirts, cutoff shorts, and resort-like espadrilles. Busy Philipps styled her two-tone Lanvin espadrilles with a bold tropical dress in Beverly Hills, Alexa Chung wore her classic espadrilles with a not-so-classic denim overall dress, and Krysten Ritter chose a pair by Aldo to complement her floral Dolce & Gabbana dress in Las Vegas. Espadrilles work well with everything from dresses and skirts to jeans and shorts, so see which other trendsetters have been rocking the Summer trend, then shop a few pairs for yourself.
Though on opposite ends of the globe, Marion Cotillard and Jaime King were both feeling the same fresh color combo: peach and yellow. Marion posed for the Cannes cameras in a peach chiffon Dior frock and yellow Versus pumps ($695), while Jaime opted for a peach Porter Grey sheath and yellow cap-toe Aldo pumps with an Amanda Pearl clutch ($1,295) at the Hanky Panky for Hello Kitty launch in NYC. We love seeing new color combos — like light blue and green — emerge in Hollywood, and this fresh and feminine mix is particularly noteworthy. Shop our favorite peach and yellow pairings below to re-create this Spring-perfect color blend.
Happy Friday — you know what that means, it's time to announce our CelebStyle top stars of the week! This week's standouts were Emma Roberts in a smashing black-on-black Valentino ensemble, Jessica Alba in an unparalleled street-chic look complete with a fresh Tory Burch fedora, Solange Knowles in a stunning Rachel Roy gown with a sparkling Edie Parker clutch, and a few more top trendsetters including Diane Kruger, Krysten Ritter, Chrissy Teigen, and Estella Warren. Step inside to see who was crowned a CelebStyle top star, why we loved their looks, and how you can re-create them yourself.
Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23 actress Krysten Ritter has a knack for styling flirty ensembles that have us totally smitten, and that's why we love the most recent look — a blue cutout Lyn Devon dress with lace-up Aldo espadrilles — she donned at a boutique benefit in Santa Monica. The length of Krysten's frock is perfect for any age, but what really makes it pop are the side cutouts and bold blue hue. Her neutral espadrilles, gray leather Sud De Sur clutch, and circle drop earrings by Elizabeth Wells complemented her retro style flawlessly. Work a sassy cutout dress with Krysten's exact shoes for a bridal shower, or test-drive a black cutout number with caged sandals for a sexy-yet-sophisticated date-night look.
We love date night — though simultaneously dread the prospect of getting dressed for it. Whether you're a part of a veteran couple or venturing on a very first date, you always want to look amazing. That's where we come in. We've combed the market for five fresh looks, perfectly suited for every date night occasion. From elegant eveningwear to the edgier, rock-concert appropriate, we've covered all your bases and kept you under budget, so you can say yes to both that night out dancing and that Saturday dinner and a movie. Rest assured that everything's under $100, so just click through to get inspired and shop the looks.
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If you don't know Christian Cota, it's time to get acquainted with the mesmerizing up-and-coming designer. In addition to the CFDA picking Cota as a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalist, Cota has also garnered accolades from Style.com as one of its “10 Newcomers to Watch." Needless to say, everyone wants a piece of him — and now's your chance to get a little Cota in your life without the runway price tags. Christian Cota just launched a limited-edition boot collection for Aldo, showing off gorgeous mountain- and hiking-inspired pieces that will surely add that perfect rustic, yet luxe, touch to your Fall ensembles. "I really wanted to bring in all of the utilitarian elements, like the shin guards that can actually come on and off," said Cota. "I also wanted the color to be really rich, like this crimson. There was also a Tibetan influence as well. . . . It's the first time I decided to show very little stilettos [in my Fall runway show]. I wanted to offer something casual and comfortable this season." We love it all, especially the rad crimson red and brown combo with decadent pony hair details. Want to hear more? We caught up with Cota at the event to chat about his favorite style, what makes a shoe sexy, and three essential shoe styles that every woman must own. Listen up:
FabSugar: What makes a shoe sexy?
Christian Cota: It's all about how a woman feels when she wears the shoe. With the flats boots I designed, the models who wore them on the runway had a cooler confidence; they walked stronger and sexier. This season, sexy is about strength and toughness.
FS: Do you have a favorite style?
CC: I love the red [Laremont] pair, because it really catches my attention.
FS: What are three shoe styles every woman must own?
CC: A great pair of classic pumps, flat boots, and a really crazy pair of fashion-forward shoes, like ones with heavily constructed details, interesting materials, or amazing heels.
Now click the slideshow to see party shots from the event plus an up-close look at the new collection, available at select Aldo stores.
Novelty prints were a strong trend on the runways from citrus-decorated dresses at Stella McCartney to monkey-adorned tops at Prada, so we’re bringing you three stylish ways to try out these fun-loving prints for yourself. Whether you’re itching to channel a ‘60s vibe, looking for a school-girl-inspired look, or ready to go from runway to real way, we have all the trend tips and tricks you need to build an outfit from a fresh novelty print. On Allison: skirt by The Addison Story from Shopbop.com, necklace by Luv Aj, top: Gap
Stripes have long been a wardrobe essential among the fashion-forward set, and this season proves no exception to said sartorial standards. Jil Sander, Tory Burch, Marc Jacobs, and Sonia Rykiel all featured this preppy print on their Spring runways, updating it with vibrant hues and contrasts. Watch our video to see three savvy new ways to play with this pattern! On Allison: Alice + Olivia dress from Shopbop.com