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Posts for October 31st 2009
The four-plus weeks of Spring runways are over, but we can't let go of the thrills and frills. Relive the excitement with our fashion week front-row faceoff. See who sat front row, who wore what, and vote for the best front-row style. Don't forget — play any faceoff game and it enters you for a chance to win the monthly $1,000 grand prize! Click here for the official rules, then faceoff away!
There were lots of fun, star-studded events this week. From a U2 concert to a fancy gala, Fab favorites like Diane Kruger, Amy Smart, and Reese Witherspoon dressed the part in everything from leggings to dresses. And notice they're taking on light colors. Take my quiz to find out how well you were paying attention to the details!
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Whitney Port was all smiles after getting her hair done at the Trust salon in Hollywood. She looked casually cute, mixing laid-back pieces with dressier ones in skinny light wash jeans, an oversize mini-stripe tee, open-toe flats, and a sequin jacket. To finish off the look, she added a white chain-link purse and some simple silver hoops. Get Whitney's look by shopping similar items now.
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If you're looking for a dazzling and affordable holiday party dress, look no further than this Aqua Metallic Draped Dress ($70, originally $88). I plan on rocking it at my company holiday bash. What's great is that it looks fancy but doesn't feel that way — the cotton/metallic fabric is easy to move in. Plus the side draping is totally unique and it's liquidy like Charlize Theron's metallic Lanvin dress. Done.
I remember it too clearly. I was 12 and my dad decided it was time I see one of his favorite scary movies: The Shining. I bring you one of my personal scariest movie scenes because BuzzSugar's scariest movie bracket comes down the The Shining and The Exorcist. The winner is announced Saturday/Halloween night, but I already have a winner in my black heart. Those twins! Freak, me, out. They were totally unexpected and eerily innocent . . . or were they? Then, jump to twin bloodbath. And poor little Danny channeling "Tony," his imaginary finger friend, to cope. I turned to my pillow and comfort food after this one . . . Happy Halloween!