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- Recipes for a rainy day
- Unprofessional, but avoidable email sins
- Jennifer Garner steps out with baby Samuel
- CelebStyle: Colorblocking combos you need to try now
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- Avengers-inspired eye makeup you have to see
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- The best looks from Australian Fashion Week so far
- Get a sneak peek at the season finale of New Girl
- How eating cottage cheese can help you lose weight
- Video: Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon celebrate their anniversary
Posts for April 2012
Leopard print often gets a bad rap for being tacky, but as these 10 celebrities prove, when worn correctly, it can look smashing. Whether you're looking for a fierce pair of leopard bottoms like model Jessica Hart, a plush leopard coat like Emma Roberts, or fab leopard pumps like Olivia Palermo, you should have at least one leopard piece in your closet. Take a cue from these trendsetters and accessorize your outfits with a pop of leopard via shoes, a bag, or a scarf, or go bold with a sassy leopard dress for a night on the town. Step inside to see 10 different ways to work leopard, then shop our favorite leopard picks.
Most people wear little duds in Vegas, but when Chloe Moretz attended the CinemaCon awards ceremony there, she opted for a darling ladylike purple metallic Kenzo dress and Jimmy Choo sandals. It's such an adorable ensemble, but one that doesn't lose its fashion-forward edge in its sweetness. We love everything from the print to the dressy collar to the pleated skirt to the knee-length hemline. This look is perfect for an occasion that calls for a more demure dress code. To re-create Chloe's look for your next event, step inside to see seven similarly ladylike printed frocks we handpicked just for you.
The colorblocking trend is still hot, and with springtime here, it's time to let go of all your inhibitions and experiment with the boldest of color matchups. If you're color shy, stylish stars like Jessica Alba, Katy Perry, Ashley Tisdale, Chelsea Kane, and Louise Roe are here to help. Whether you have the fashion guts to pull off hot pink and aqua like Katy or prefer something a bit more subdued like Louise, step inside to see five fresh Springy celeb colorblocking outfits and pick the ones that best suit your style.
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Spring has officially sprung, and it's time to update your favorite spring looks with this season's hottest accessories in bold patterns and bright colors. Get the inside scoop from fashion blogger Lindsey Calla, and see her tips for styling spring's standout pieces, rocking printed accessories, and scoring serious deals on top designers at T.J.'s. Plus, go to the T.J.Maxx Facebook page to see the spring trends other Maxxinistas are scoring.
The White House Correspondents' Dinner attracted a slew of stylish A-list actresses at the Washington Hilton over the weekend, showcasing one particularly strong trend on the red carpet — black and white gowns. Reese Witherspoon, Charlize Theron, Elle Macpherson, and Sofia Vergara all opted to wear gorgeous black dresses for the political bash. On the opposite end of the color spectrum, Ginnifer Goodwin, Eva Longoria, and Malin Akerman went pristine in all-white ensembles. Watch today's Fab Flash to see all of these gorgeous looks now. On Allison McNamara: H&M top.
Casual maxi dresses are a Spring and Summer staple, but we love how Gwen Stefani dressed up her black-and-white maxi while heading to a birthday party in LA over the weekend. How did she do so? The style chameleon accessorized her two-tone look with a standout stud collar necklace, chunky ankle-strap sandals, badass Karen Walker shades, and a vibrant red-orange nail polish for a pop of color. Take a cue from Gwen by pairing your casual striped maxis with high-heeled sandals and a knockout necklace, then toss on a leather jacket or structured blazer for even more sharpness.
Each season it seems as though there's a new take on sheer styles, and for Spring 2012, your usual see-through pieces have that extra something special: a modern mix between full-on mesh and classic cutouts. The laser-cut look is huge this year, and we spotted perforated details on many a Spring runway. From shoes to bags, dresses to shorts, designers offered up lightweight, breathable pieces, which can take on a sporty or sexy vibe, depending on how you wear it. Designers like Alexander Wang and Rag & Bone showed athletic webbed anoraks over leggings, while Cynthia Rowley, Altuzarra, and Fendi opted for fitted, clean-cut perforated leather mixed in with basic styles. Ready to get in on the trend? We've rounded up 15 perforated pieces that will give you a sleek, airy look for Spring. Click through now to shop them all.