Always the styled lady, Emmy Rossum chose a snaky, sheer print dress for a look that's playful and still sophisticated. The actress stepped up the 'fit by adding ample accessories. Her Archive Amelia necklace ($58) adds sparkle, while suede ankle cuff sandals ($90) and a deep green clutch elevate the look but don't overshadow, making the sassy snake print ($79) the real stunner. Click the items above to shop a similar style.
I can't think of a chicer way to stay warm right now than velvet leggings. They're cozy and luxurious, a more mature cousin of the liquid legging. These Alice + Olivia Velvet Leggings ($128) are one of the many I've spotted. They would look good under dresses, but better on their own. I prefer not pay over $100 for them so I found a cheaper version . . .
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They're sweet, they're easy, they're back. If you dig deep, you probably have a peasant top of yesteryear ready to revive. They have an intrinsic hippie vibe, but pair one with some black leather and it's a whole new feel. I prefer mine in crisp white or wildly printed, but there are so many options . . .
I usually associate parkas with Starter jackets and football games — not anymore. The new wave of fitted parkas are designed with the city girl in mind. This year's crop boasts glossy finishes and slim shapes. While parkas of the past were bulky, these new cuts flatter your shape. I prefer mine girly like this Juicy Couture Puff Coat ($448). The glossy finish and embellished trim is sure to keep me looking chic in the cold weather. Are you ready to put some puff in your coat?
What's your signature doodle? Mine is an asterisk, or I do stars, and sometimes I do this cool heart chain squiggly thing. Obviously, I'd have to show you for you to get me. Or, I could wear it on my sleeve. Art and fashion collide in the coolest ways, and these ladies are flaunting decadent doodles. Joy in punchy Matthew Wiiliamson, Emma in abstract Giambattista Valli, Anne in regal Marchesa. It really pops.
Most of the time we encourage you to take different trend pieces and make an outfit your own. To mix and match. The anti-head-to-toe look. But there's a reason it's called a rhapsody. Bohemian style is poetic and a true bohemian rocks the theme utterly, completely. If this isn't you, don't trip. There is enough to go around. Attempt the rhapsody lightly or consume it deeply. Party on Wayne.
I have dabbled in the craft of beading. For me, though, it is very elementary stuff, you know, earrings and bracelets for my friends. That's why when I saw this look from the Fall Zac Posen runway I was in awe. Can you imagine the work that went into that skirt? For those who excuse fashion as art, excuse you! Beading comes in all shapes and forms and adds a slice of sophistication to a look. It's not overbearing and overly flashy. One little bead goes a long way.
Here's what she has on:
- Shirt: The Limited
- Tank: INC
- Skirt: The Limited
- Shoes: Nine West
Congrats to luvpizaman!
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White is in the air, and beyond. It all started when we were struck by white lightening, and then there were the white accessories, white shades, and just an overall influx of white. So it's no surprise that as the weather heats up, the celebs are looking heavenly in dresses of this hue. The versatility of a LWD is profound: one can either look inappropriately like a 6-year-old or one can look like a sophisticated woman. I would recommend the latter, and stick to styles that are either minimal or retro - to avoid looking like Alice in Wonderland.
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Ok so this first model in a serious maxi dress looks like a tree, but that is the effect the longest dress of all can help one achieve. I was actually just on a hunt for a maxi dress and ended up scoring an awesome black silk Corey Lynn Calter one. I wore it to Fashion Week Live last month. I gotta tell ya, I stood out (in a good way) amongst all the legs and got several compliments. My analysis: maxi dresses are the next 'It' dress. After all, the only way to go after the mini dress is down, way down. I wore mine with some exotic flats because I am tall; if you're on the shorter side, these look retro redone with a solid pair of wood-heeled wedges.
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