- See how kids these days are asking dates to prom
- How to wear the tropical punch lipstick trend
- See inside Jessica Simpson's Charlotte's Web-themed baby shower
- 3 unexpected ways to wear mint green for Spring!
- Try these breezy bites for your bridal party
- Check out a DIY carnival wedding
- See Kristen Stewart and her costars in On the Road pictures
- So fresh, so clean: how to make DIY detergent
- Celebstyle: Earthy necklaces inspired by Gwyneth Paltrow's one-of-a-kind pendant
- Pet peeves: my cat won't stop meowing!
- Mobile-friendly pocket projectors
- Video: see Channing Tatum's hot and hilarious dance moves
- Kate Middleton and Prince William do an outfit change for an evening event
Posts for April 26th 2012
Plaid prints may bring thoughts of tennis outings, yacht parties, or crab feeds, but these nine celebs proved there are many ways, both edgy and chic, to work the classic print. From casual coffee runs to red-carpet events, Hollywood's hottest have showcased this versatile pattern in a number of different ways. Whether you layer your plaid button-down over denim like Brooklyn Decker, rough up a plaid frock like Emma Watson, or suit up in a plaid-on-plaid number like Alexa Chung, we are sure there is the perfect plaid piece just for you. Step inside to see how these A-listers added their personality to the classic print, then shop our picks to incorporate a little, or a lot of, plaid into your wardrobe.
Model and mom-to-be Adriana Lima gets paid to look good, but the brunette bombshell looked absolutely stunning donning a fitted black Amen mini with matching suede pumps at a jewelry event in NYC. Adriana proudly displayed her growing bump in an embellished-collar little black dress, which she styled with diamond drop earrings, a cocktail ring, and a snake-print minaudiere. Pregnant or not, this sweet and sultry look is perfect for date night or a chic cocktail party, so shop our picks below to find your favorite LBD, then glam it up with a pair of killer pumps and a trendy clutch.
Leelee Sobieski may be starring as a cop in the new CBS series NYC 22, but when she's not in uniform on set, the actress is busy making major style statements on the red carpet. Whether she's attending a design-house brunch or a glamorous gala, the actress sticks to her signature style with striking, sophisticated dresses and attention-grabbing shoes. Leelee's go-to look includes classic pieces in solid shades, unexpected details, and silhouettes that show off her figure. From a ladylike peplum number to a printed silk sheath, check out some of Leelee's best style moments, then get her look by shopping similar pieces.
From shoes to bags and especially jewelry, celebs are all about accessorizing, and recently we spotted Gwyneth Paltrow in NYC wearing her signature one-of-a-kind horn pendant that has us on the hunt for an equally unique necklace. Gwyneth has been sporting her noteworthy necklace all around town; from a casual day in LA to a formal pre-Oscars party, her vintage pendant injects just the right amount of glamour into any look. If you are searching for the perfect topper for an evening ensemble or you just want to add a touch of personality to your daytime style, step inside to shop nine killer necklaces to marry into your accessories collection.
Today, H&M released its Fashion Against AIDS collection to raise awareness and funds for HIV and AIDS. This time around, the collection was inspired by global influences and is filled with brilliant colors, patterns, and prints created by international artists and illustrators. Not only are these pieces fashion-forward and fun, but 25 percent of the sales will go directly to international youth HIV/AIDS awareness projects. We've rounded up our favorite pieces from the collection — watch today's Fab Flash to see them all. On Allison McNamara: Madewell top, [BLANK NYC] pants.
Celebrities across the globe have been embracing florals, and while one might think the feminine print is reserved for flirty frocks and skirts, these 15 celebs prove the blooming trend works with casual and edgy pieces for day and night. It's no secret Spring is associated with vibrant colors, shorter hems, and eye-catching prints, which is why Hollywood's hottest are flourishing in florals. Whether you take your cue from Lana Del Rey in a pastel sweater and floral skinny jeans, rock Spring-worthy shorts with a sweet-cum-sexy blouse like Shenae Grimes, or go bold in blooming trousers and a textured topper like Olivia Palermo, this trend can easily work with items already in your closet. Step inside and see how these fashionistas styled their floral bottoms, then shop our widgets to snag the perfect pair for you.
Anthropologie just nabbed Tracy Reese as one of its designers for its Made in Kind May collection. With three frock-filled collections on her own — Tracy Reese, Plenty, and Frock — it's safe to say the designer knows a thing or two about creating cute and flattering dresses for all kinds of women. Her new line for Anthropologie, launching tomorrow, was inspired by rich garden landscapes from a visit to Frida Kahlo's museum, resulting in ladylike flora-filled dresses. Some are treated with oversize bow embellishments, while others feature delicate lace dipped in a saturated teal hue. The best part? The modest hemlines and pretty prints can easily take you from a long day at work to tea time in 30 seconds flat with just a few simple accessory swaps. Tracy Reese's seven-piece collection for Anthropologie ranges from $248 to $348; see the complete collection now in the slideshow.
Kate Middleton has mastered the art of ladylike-chic ensembles. For the London premiere of African Cats, the Duchess of Cambridge selected a gray peplum dress by Matthew Williamson with elaborate embellishment around the neckline and sleeves. The form-fitting frock hit just above the knee, and we like how she chose a neutral dress with bright accents. She polished off her outfit with go-to accessories, a black clutch, satin pumps, and her husband, Prince William, of course! The royal couple will be celebrating their one-year anniversary this Sunday, April 29. On Allison McNamara: Madewell top.
With a nod to both sportier and sexier sensibilities, the runways from Phillip Lim, Rag & Bone, Proenza Schouler, and more showcased flashes of skin with their racerback silhouettes. Our love for the back-baring cut is twofold: the heat demands a little less coverage, and these fits deliver in the coolest way possible. Now we've curated a collection of 20 favorites — dresses that feel as carefree as they do flirtatious and tops with a touch of the athletic-inspired edge. In the market for some beat-the-heat Spring-to-Summer staples? We guarantee you'll wear these pieces all season long. Click on to see and shop our favorite ways to bare a little back.