Ashlee Simpson bundled up in an olive fur-trim Sandro coat and leopard Golden Goose sneakers ($560) while walking hand in hand with her son, Bronx, in NYC. Ashlee's textured topper and peppered Neff beanie ($17) kept her warm, while her plum ankle-zip denim added a pop of color to her Fall-friendly look. Classic Ray-Ban wayfarers ($150), an Anita Ko rose gold arrow necklace, and a black fur shoulder bag completed her street-chic style. Take a lesson from Ashlee and style her exact kicks with a fur-trim coat, purple skinny jeans, and a celeb-approved topper for a day of errands.
It was quite the year for the accessory-obsessed: there were definitely loads of baubles, bags, and footwear to drool over! Any fashionista worth her weight in gold tried at least one of these cool crazes, if not all of them. In 2010, we got schooled by chic backpacks, wrapped up in stylish turbans, and swallowed alive by giant knuckle rings. Our feet were festooned with tough motorcycle boots, and the resurgence of clogs had us jumping for joy. So tell us, what was your fave accessories trend this year?
It was a weekend chock full of cool outfits for the ever-so-stylish Kate Moss. First she was seen in a striped sweater and peacoat, and for this excursion she wore an oversize plaid shirt with skinny jeans and a pair of flat boots. Shop a similar menswear button down, with all the rest, now.
In some perverse reversal of the Spaghetti Western tradition (cheap American cowboy films made in Italy) Golden Goose takes an American product, makes it in Italy and gives us a much more expensive product. We think Italian duo Francesca and Alessandro Gallo have made the perfect boot for our cowboy President. They go perfectly with 700 billion dollar rescue packages for Wall Street. Lonesome cowboy indeed.
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