It's officially summertime, so naturally we've got white dresses on the brain. And who better to turn to for inspiration than some of the most fashionable famous faces? We're looking to Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyoncé, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kerry Washington, Angelina Jolie — and the list goes on. The best part of breaking out the LWD is that it's just so easy to style . . . with just about everything. From a classic white pump to a metallic sandal to a fun pop of color via a crossbody bag, it's all fair game. Click through to see how our favorite celebrities styled their white Summer dresses, then put your own spin on it.
Before you walk down the aisle, don't forget to complete your wedding day look with the dazzling accoutrements it deserves. Whether it's splurging on Christian Louboutin's Glitter Wrap pumps or a knockout crystal necklace from J.Crew, find the perfect pair of shoes and accessories right here.
Christian Louboutin is celebrating its first US shop-in-shop with an adorable short film guaranteed to put you in a good mood (red-sole crazed or not). Directed by Benoit Tetelin, the action follows Louboutin himself carefully painting some red pumps before a mystery ingenue slips them on and skips off. Light as a feather, she heads from the banks of the Seine straight to Manhattan's Saks Fifth Avenue, leaving behind seductive red footprints all the while.
Watch and prepare to say hello — or bonjour — the next time you're in town and hankering for a dose of Louboutin.
Black pumps will always be a classic, but right now, it's all about white pumps. For proof, just look down at the famous feet of some of our favorite stars, including Angelina Jolie, who just donned white pumps with a white peplum ensemble at the World War Z premiere in Berlin. Kate Hudson paired white Christian Louboutin pumps with a pink tee and black leather skirt in NYC, Jessica Alba styled her floral trousers with white patent pumps, while Blake Lively glammed it up in a tweed pair by Bottega Veneta. If the thought of styling white pumps sounds a little scary to you, then see how these celebs styled theirs with an array of gowns, minidresses, shorts, and suits. See every head-turning look — and tips on how to incorporate white pumps into your own style — inside the slideshow. Hopefully they'll inspire you to snag a pair too.
Nothing says summertime like a pair of espadrilles, and the latest arrivals from Louboutin, Soludos, and Castaner are sure to please everyone. Slip on a pair of red flats with cropped denim for an effortless off-duty look, and come nighttime, swap them out for a wedged pair and a little white dress.
A bag that takes you from the office out for fun Summer nights and will still be in style in the Fall? No, it's not too good to be true, thanks to these structured clutches. Whether you want something that's big enough to carry your iPad in style or just a little knockout to finish a wedding guest ensemble, you'll want to see our five favorite picks starting at just $25. And this trend is still going strong for the Fall, so buy now and wear endlessly.
Thanks to this year's Met Gala theme, Punk: Chaos to Couture, we are now trying to add some majorly tough pieces to our own wardrobes. And we have famous partygoers like Sienna Miller, Cara Delevingne, Cameron Diaz, and Gisele Bündchen as our styling inspiration. All these ladies incorporated spiked accessories into their Met Gala look — and their ensembles were that much more authentic because of it. If you too have spikes on the brain, click on to shop 22 of our favorite pieces, including bags, shoes, jewels, headbands, and belts.
Jessica Alba's Met Gala getup was equal parts feminine and punk, thanks to her custom Tory Burch fishtail gown, which also happened to feature a floral laser-cut detail and midriff-baring cutouts. To temper her more ladylike look, Alba opted for a black spiked Christian Louboutin clutch and diamond cuff earrings. Do tell: was her red carpet look a smashing success?
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We didn't expect anything less than punk perfection from Sarah Jessica Parker. Needless to say, the actress killed it tonight in an ensemble composed of a black and gold printed Giles Deacon gown, tartan thigh-high boots by Christian Louboutin, and an outstanding Philip Treacy mohawk headpiece that only she could pull off. The look channeled a major punk-meets-glam vibe, which she furthered with decadent Fred Leighton jewelry. Do tell — are you loving her look?
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