Keira Knightley stepped out in London with fiancé James Righton in a black and tan outfit that's perfect for a casual night out. Her look included a denim jacket, a black button-down maxi dress, Tapeet sandals, and tan accessories, including a tan belt and a tan shoulder bag. We love how Keira worked her ensemble with ease, then added red-orange nail polish for a touch of much-needed color. Inspired by Keira, sport a black dress with tan accessories and a jean jacket while strolling around the city during day or night or dabble with the black and tan trend via these Rachel Zoe tan leather shorts ($357, originally $595), a black blouse, high heels, and a denim jacket for a dressier feel.
Check it: studded boots aren't just for the rough and tough biker babes. Today, any girl with a little bit of funk in her can sport these badass, embellished boots. Notice how Sienna Miller, English model Sarah Harding, and Megan Fox wore studded boots in very different ways. Sienna looked like a bohemian girl in a slouchy, suede pair by Vivienne Westwood; Sarah took the rocker route — with her utterly adorable Frenchie — in a hard-hitting strappy pair; while Megan stayed California cool and paired her slick, knee-high boots with jeans and a bright cardi.
Stubby toes and sandals aren't exactly a match made in heaven. Most sandals tend to make stubby toes look even shorter, and who would want that? Instead of foregoing the whole idea of wearing these pretty confections, look to specific styles that will stretch those toes to the limit.
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I have always been drawn to the weave. I think it's my lifelong adoration for Bottega Veneta (see amazing Spring wedge at left) and its luxurious woven leathers. Because Bottega has been around for so long, many copy cats have chimed in on the earthy motif. On shoes, this style is ideal — it's interesting, cool and slightly '70s — right up my alley.