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- Spring-ready celebrity looks to mimic now and all season
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Posts for March 20th 2012
Beyoncé and Jay-Z took some time off of their baby duties and stepped out for a night on the town in New York City. Beyoncé selected a sapphire, body-hugging dress by Victoria Beckham, which she paired with Lanvin necklaces and glam Nicholas Kirkwood heels. This outfit is super chic and really easy to re-create — watch today's Fab Flash to see how!
Tennis beauty Maria Sharapova helped TAG Heuer open a new store in Miami, and along with her fancy watch, sported a badass Alexander McQueen slash LBD. Her exact dress is available for $1,760, but if that's not in your budget, you can still get the slashed look without slashing your wallet. What we love so much about Maria's McQueen is how the cutout bodice helped counterbalance the girlishness of the mermaid hemline. While a classic LBD is a must, having something fashion forward is equally great for those times when you'd rather look less good girl and more bad babe. Check out the widget below to see some of our favorite slashed little black dresses — there are slashes in front, back, side, all over, so take your pick.
Ever since she announced her pregnancy, Sienna Miller has been showing off her stylish maternity style around town. From gowns to neutrals with a pop of neon, the actress proves that just because you're pregnant, it doesn't mean you have to dress like a dud. While strolling London, the mom-to-be wore a classic black-and-white striped tee with light-wash jeans and taupe ankle booties. But what made Sienna's outfit super cool is her shaggy black cardigan and circle shades. Whether or not you have a bun in the oven, re-create Sienna's look for your next shopping run in the city.
Taylor Swift was all smiles donning a retro-inspired ensemble while arriving at LAX, matching guitar case in hand. Ms. Swift layered a mustard trench over an orange printed dress, then capped off her ensemble with a pair of rich bordeaux loafers. Her flats, pearl necklace, and red-hot lip ooze old-Hollywood glam, while her pastel stud earrings lend a touch of youth. Taylor's loafers are so versatile, they can work for day or night with a vintage or modern ensemble. Channel you inner songstress by pairing a print dress with plush red velvet loafers and a Summer trench for your next lunch date, or for something more edgy modern, slip on a black leather leggings and a matching riding blazer.
With Spring even our professional wardrobe needs a little revamping — particularly if you'll be wearing any of it to an interview. Your job interview is your chance to make a first impression, and dressing the part is half the battle. If the change of seasons is throwing you off your game, we've got you covered with five perfect interview looks to get you hired. From the informal to the corporate interview (and with every trend in mind), we've zeroed in on the right stuff to make just the right statement. Click on to see and shop what to wear to your next job interview.
Welcome to the first day of Spring! You know what that means? We can finally start putting away those chunky knits and coats and start wearing colorful pieces and sandals. Well, depending on where you dwell, you'll probably still need to throw on a jacket and tights, but as the weather warms up, you can ditch those cold-weather items. To get you on your way to a stylish Spring, we've plucked 10 fabulous floral outfits sported by celebs like Vanessa Hudgens, Olivia Palermo, Kristin Cavallari, and way more. Step inside to mimic these fresh outfits now and all season long.
We haven't been this excited about across-the-pond shopping since ASOS launched its official stateside shipping or when Topshop opened its brick-and-mortar doors in New York City. But thanks to chic styling, ultra-covetable designer lineups, and accessible shipping rates, these UK-based online sites have reminded us that we have more than just an obsession with sexy British accents, pub culture, Kate Middleton, and driving on the wrong side of the road. From world famous luxury destination Harrods and London staple Browns to high street sleek Whistles and trendy River Island, our UK neighbors give us plenty of reasons to shop Spring's finest pieces at every price point. Click through to see which sites we're currently loving — and if you have one to add, share it in the comments.
Today marks the first official day of Spring and we're toasting the occasion with one of our favorite trends: colorblock. Seen on the Spring runways of Marc by Marc Jacobs, BCBG Max Azria, and Sophie Theallet, colorblocked looks can range from bright contrasting colors combinations to more neutral pairings. Not only does colorblock add graphic interest to any look, it's also really flattering on the body, instantly slimming you in just the right places. We love the idea of donning a colorblock shirtdress for a refreshing take on office chic, and pairing an asymmetric rendition with colored trousers for a fun evening look. Just shop our top 15 picks under $200 to kick off Spring, and your wardrobe, right.