This season, Hart of Dixie's stylish residents brought laughs, love, and lots of fashion inspiration to the small screen. Leading ladies Rachel Bilson and Jaime King continue their chic streaks, donning everything from printed knits and low-key separates to ladylike looks and punchy hues. This week, we've tracked down Zoe's striped L'Agence blouse and a few other Summer-worthy goodies. Before we bid adieu to our favorite Bluebell natives, get a sneak peek at tonight's season finale styles, then shop a few — or all — of your favorite pieces from season two.
Sex and the City earned its status as one of the — if not, the — most fashionable TV shows of all time. While that show ended years ago, we're getting a new batch of Carrie Bradshaw ensembles to pore over, courtesy of the CW prequel The Carrie Diaries. This season's styles were filled with the perfect mix of vibrant colors, bold retro prints, and over-the-top accessories we would expect, and we can't wait to see what stylist Eric Daman has in store for us next season. But before tonight's season finale, take a look back at all the fierce fashions Carrie and company wore on the small screen, then shop the looks — including exact pieces — for yourself.
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Pretty Little Liars earned its reputation as a favorite guilty pleasure for two big reasons: it satisfies our appetite for drama and inspires some pretty sweet style to take off screen and into the real world. The third season is well under way and already rife with as many enviable looks as it is with drama-inducing secrets and scandals. Aria, Hannah, Spencer, and Emily's personal styles are vastly different, but as every ensemble proves, they're all pros at mixing and matching — in short, the kind of styling skills worth taking note of. Step inside to see all the latest ensembles from one of our favorite fashion-centric TV shows, then shop similar and exact pieces for your own real-life closet.
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Although we are sad to see our beloved Upper East Siders end their regal reign, the cast of Gossip Girl ends their sixth and final season on a supremely chic high note that is everything we would expect from our treasured trendsetters. Our favorite fashionistas gave us five years of designer duds, luxe handbags, posh accessories, and of course, lust-worthy shoes, and it will be difficult to fill the major fashion void in our hearts. But before we bid farewell to these modern-day masterminds, check out all of the fashions from season six, then shop their looks — including exact pieces — for yourself.
Katharine McPhee reported to the NYC set of Smash looking cozy and cute in a bundled-up look for her character Karen Cartwright. She started with a snake-print blouse, a tie-dye scarf, topped with a leather-sleeve open jacket. On bottom, the actress wore skinny jeans and these Rag & Bone black booties ($495). She carried a black satchel on her arm and wore gold teardrop earrings for some shine. Mimic Katharine's onscreen style by shopping the widget below.
With fashionable shows like Hart of Dixie and Gossip Girl on her résumé, it's easy to see why costume designer Meredith Markworth Pollack is one of the most sought-after stylists in Hollywood. We got to know Meredith and her thriving career earlier this year and recently had the chance to chat with her about Hart of Dixie's season two style. We may pride ourselves on finding the exact pieces on both Gossip Girl and Hart of Dixie here at CS, but we wanted to know the inspiration behind each chic ensemble. Find out what Meredith told us about the leading ladies' evolving style, must-have pieces to nail Zoe's look, and changes from last season's style.
CelebStyle: How has Zoe Hart's style changed since she has become a Blue Bell native?
Meredith Markworth Pollack: We're softening up Zoe's style just ever so slightly, adding some more color and relaxed silhouettes. Zoe is still ordering her clothes online and having them shipped in to Blue Bell, so no pastel frocks any time soon, but I think the quirkiness and colorful vibe of the town is definitely starting to have an influence on her.
CS: Should we expect to see a change in Lemon's prim and proper style now that she is a single, self-relying woman?
MMP: Lemon's look has progressed into a more contemporary direction and less vintage. She's becoming more of a woman of the 21st century now that she is single and thinking about her career and future. Expect to see more professional looks from her, but by no means is she giving up her florals and pastels.
New Girl is back for its second season, and main girl Jess's wardrobe is packed with even more quirky cute sweaters that are perfect for Fall. So far she's worn two striped sweaters, one with polka dots, and one red sweater with an adorable Peter Pan collar. If you too want to stand out like Jess does week after week, check out her latest onscreen looks, then shop similar pieces, including her exact red Kate Spade sweater, for yourself.
Hart of Dixie returns for its second season tonight, Oct. 2, which means more Bluebell drama and even more fabulous fashions. But before you immerse yourself in the new season, look back on and shop all of season one's onscreen fashions worn by Rachel Bilson and Jaime King. And if you haven't done so yet, get to know the show's talented costume designer Meredith Markworth Pollack.
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The Perks of Being a Wallflower, out this Friday, Sept. 21, stars the always-adorable Emma Watson. In her latest flick, the actress goes back to high school and wears everything from varsity jackets to plaid to lace-up boots to little black dresses. But before you go out and see Emma's sure-to-be-stellar performance, check out her casual-cool wardrobe, then shop similar pieces for yourself.
We have to admit, we are envious of the chic ensembles the cast of Gossip Girl must wear for work, including Blake Lively's latest look of geometric-print Rag & Bone jeans ($258), an oversize eggplant Forte cardigan ($412), and suede asphalt Rupert Sanderson boots ($1,295). The blond beauty mixed color and texture to perfection, but it was her unexpected blue leopard cami, two-tone suede Burberry bag, and jeweled statement necklace that took her onscreen style to new heights. Work Blake's exact cardigan, denim, and below-the-knee boots with a moody leopard tank to re-create your favorite Upper East Sider's street style.