- Healthy Mexican food recipes
- How to make retro, pastel-tipped sunglasses
- Fast and easy morning meals
- Carrie and Big's Sex and the City wedding album
- Rihanna shares her topless vacation photos
- Eco-friendy date ideas to try
- CelebStyle: White-hot celebrity looks to mimic
- Baseball apps to download this season
- Tour gorgeous rooms from the DC Design House
- Dad-friendly finds to add to your baby registry
- How to wear Spring's tangerine lipstick trend
- Video: Zac Efron calls himself a "musical theater geek"
- What not to do when asking for a raise
Posts for April 17th 2012
Rashida Jones showcased the perfect Spring ensemble via teal Ann Taylor shorts, a crisp white J Brand blazer, and a floral H&M blouse after leaving the Today show in NYC. White is hot in Hollywood right now — especially white-hot pumps — and by adding a pop of teal, Rashida's look went to even more exciting heights. The actress accessorized her polished pairing with a crossbody Celine tote, black oxfords, and nude shades, then injected a bit of bling via Kara Ackerman diamond drop earrings and a Pamela Love ring. Score Rashida's exact J Brand blazer to work with your teal shorts for a sweet sunny style, then when it gets chilly, switch the shorts for a pair of teal jeans to continue the white-and-teal Spring affair.
The Spring lineup from designers like Phillip Lim to brands like H&M was steeped with menswear-inspired styles. Slouchy separates, trousers, and blazers may have been borrowed from the boys, but now they all have a place in our closets, too. We've had a thing for menswear-inspired looks all year long, but this time they're a little lighter and easier as we ease our way into the warmer months ahead. It's that effortless feel we're after — a little boyish charm in a great pair of striped shorts, a Spring fedora, or a new iteration on the classic button-down. We've pulled from our favorite shops and the freshest crop of separates. Looking to channel that girl-meets-boy cool? Click on for 15 awesome ways to wear the trend — all for under $100.
Photo courtesy of H&M
Spring is the perfect time to wear all white, but instead of doing all the thinking, why not draw inspiration from best-dressed celebs like Angelina Jolie, Emma Stone, and Irina Shayk? Whether you seek a sweet blouse-and-skirt combo like Emma, a sassy little white dress like Irina, or an office-chic ensemble like Angelina, step inside to mimic these and two other all-white celebrity looks all season long.
When it comes to shopping eco, you can't get more environmentally friendly than buying vintage. Vintage pieces are undeniably special, don't use any extra resources or materials to make, and coolest of all, they come with the best stories. In honor of Earth Day, we've rounded up 20 fantastic preloved pieces that are sure to refresh your modern wardrobe — even though they've been around for a while. Click through to shop them all now.
Coachella veteran Kate Bosworth stepped out in style this past weekend in Indio, CA, for the indie music festival and delivered a bevy of expertly styled outfits that we adore. Rainy weather proved to be a style challenge for many festivalgoers on day one, but Kate stylishly made her way to the festival fairgrounds with all the right weather accoutrements — including Hunter rain boots and her boyfriend's utilitarian field jacket. Mulberry held not one but two parties this year, including a nighttime fire-pit soiree and a poolside barbeque bash, both held at the Parker Hotel, and Kate selected some standout pieces from the British brand's Fall 2012 collection. See all of Kate's effortlessly cool festival outfits in today's Fab Flash! On Allison McNamara: Topshop dress, Low Luv x Erin Wasson necklace.
Alive Eve was all smiles at a Spring fashion event in NYC working a dainty light-blue frock with a green embroidered clutch, both by Prada, creating a new youthful color combo to try. Her retro updo, wing-tipped liner, and coral nail polish complemented her flirty ensemble, while her Prada flame slingbacks lent a touch of edge to her sophisticated look. Pastel palettes are right on trend for Spring, but we particularly love how Alice incorporated a bold green hue for a little twist. Shop our favorite light-blue and green pairings below to re-create Alice's darling color combo.
For 2013, Oscar de la Renta proved lace and tulle are just as, well, bridal as ever. The show opened with a pleated silk velvet column gown, reminiscent of Kate Moss's gypsy-inspired dress, and continued with a stream of gowns, complete with all the bridal trimmings — and then some (think blue tulle, fur stoles, and feather cameos!). The standouts for us were the gorgeous cathedral veils and the flower girls who preceded every model. Watch the entire show to get inspiration for your big day!
It's no secret that Michelle Williams loves printed frocks topped with equally fabulous jackets, so her latest NYC ensembles are nothing out of the ordinary for her. Still, every time the actress wears a new look with this fashion formula, it feels totally fresh. While hanging out with daughter Matilda in Brooklyn, Michelle wore one super-springy outfit — a floral frock with a trench — and another more Fall-appropriate look. Step inside to see and shop both cute looks for your next city stroll.
When Elizabeth Olsen attended the Grand Chefs Dinner in NYC in a bright red Valentino gown, it made us take notice of not only her, but also of ruffles. Ruffles sometimes get underworn due to their childlike appearance, but style icons like Elizabeth Olsen, Jessica Stam, Ashley Madekwe, and more prove that when injected with a seriously bold hue, ruffles can transform into major power pieces. Step inside to see five chic celebs rocking bright ruffles, then shop our favorite bright ruffle dresses for your next fabulous soiree.