If you're on the hunt for the perfect versatile jacket that will never go out of style, look no further than this celeb-approved shearling and leather Current/Elliott jacket ($928). Lea Michele doubled up on the moto trend styling her luxe topper with black buckle boots between shooting scenes for Glee in LA, while Mandy Moore was spotted rocking her textured jacket with snake Jeffrey Campbell sneakers in Glendale. We love how the soft shearling and supple leather combines to create a cool-girl style that is equal parts cozy and chic. See how these trendsetters styled this Winter staple and score the exact jacket for yourself or shop similar styles in a variety of hues here.
Mandy Moore picked up some sweets from a local bakery in LA looking cool as ever in this Current/Elliott shearling leather jacket ($919), cuffed jeans, a gray tee, and a black bucket bag. But the cool factor didn't stop there; on her feet Mandy sported these rad Jeffrey Campbell snake sneakers ($135) and on her eyes clear shades. With Fall here, we can't think of more amazing statement pieces to add to your wardrobe than Mandy's exact jacket and sneakers. Wear them together like the singer did or mix and match them with pieces you already own.
Ashley Tisdale went bohemian cool in a cozy multicolored Free People sweater ($248), black leggings, spiked Jeffrey Campbell boots ($328), and a bright red Givenchy shopper ($2,180) while heading out to dinner in LA. Her knit sweater and vibrant red bag brightened her Fall basics perfectly, while her spiked boots lent a tough touch. She completed her layered look with a delicate pendant necklace, a cutout Free People moon pendant ($58), and perfectly tousled curls. Re-create Ashley's haute-hippie style by pairing her exact boots and bag with a basic V-neck tee, black leggings, and a few charming accessories.
One look at Amber Heard made us want practically everything she's wearing. The actress nailed denim on denim, pulling off a cool-girl balancing act between Spring trends and colder-weather staples — essentially, she outfits transitional dressing to a T. The trick is a deep camel-hued coat to keep her blue-jean pieces from overwhelming the look — not to mention a glittering pair of studded Jeffrey Campbell loafers and a covet-worthy Stella McCartney tote. Feeling inspired? Shop our key pieces to channel Amber's off-duty cool.
True Blood star Anna Paquin spent the day shopping in Venice looking moto-chic. The blond beauty donned a vintage gray T, leather moto jacket, and snow leopard Current/Elliott skinnies. Staple sunglasses and her black Chloe bag complemented her monochromatic look, while her green Jeffrey Campbell booties added a pop of pizzazz. Shop Anna's exact skinnies and shoes here.
This look from Fab reader BrittandWhit is the perfect example of how to play with color and create a fresh Summer look with just a few easy pieces. Best of all, it's a snap to re-create. Start with a fitted, short-sleeved white tee, and tuck it into a pretty cobalt blue circle skirt ($45). Add a multicolored, lightweight scarf ($370), silver stacked bangles, and a pair of cutout wedge booties ($150). Such a cute look, and so perfect for the warm weather to come.
For some of you lucky ones, it's time to store away those boots for lighter fare. We're talking about wedges, sandals, and espadrilles — perfect accompaniments to your Spring dresses, yes? Shop our picks below for cute and wallet-friendly options.
A flash of skin in small doses is never a bad thing — and this season's wispy, ultra-feminine sheer maxi skirt is a surefire way to work the see-through trend without being, well, scandalous. This Rag & Bone pleated silk maxi skirt ($450) is a seemingly tricky investment piece but one that, when carefully styled, can deliver endless options through every season. For those of you ready to show some skin this Spring, here are five ways to wear the barely there sheer maxi skirt.
Jeffrey Campbell is known primarily for its funky, vintage-inspired chunky wedges and sky-high heels, but now the brand is upping the ante for Spring with a cheeky new line of revenge-driven handbags. Cleverly titled "Girls We Hated in High School," the bags give meaning to that old chestnut "looking good is the best revenge." The totes are made from various top-notch leathers, fringe, and denim — and represent the irreverently stylish appeal that JC is famous for. Are you ready to get back at old what's-her-name? Click through to see why revenge never looked so good.
>> With Spring on the horizon, even if the weather isn't yet on board, we can't help but start planning our warmer weather ensembles. Jessica Stein from Tuula showed off a rust-hued look perfect for the sunny days ahead of us: slouched trousers, off-shoulder top, floppy hat, and suede wedge sandals look simultaneously polished and casual. If you're feeling inspired, nab exact and similar picks from Topshop, Rachel Pally, and Jeffrey Campbell.
Left to right: Rachel Pally Kahlo Off Shoulder Top ($145), Topshop Stone Ring ($20), Urban Outfitters Floppy Hat ($29), Topshop Rust Trousers ($90), Jeffrey Campbell Suede Wedge ($129), Gucci Handmade Leather Bag ($5,300)
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