Kate Hudson showed off her baby bump in a flowing Theyskens' Theory dress while strolling to The Late Show With David Letterman in NYC. Her beige boyfriend blazer and tie-dye Christian Louboutin pumps added a bit of flair to her neutral look. Aviators, a bevy of rings, and red nail polish finished off Kate's Late Show style. Get her flowing frock and other similar items now.
>> Taylor Tomasi Hill was recently snapped in Milan wearing a simultaneously unique and chic 'fit made up of a sweater and skirt from Marc Jacobs, a printed Equipment blouse, Celine clutch, and Louis Vuitton pumps. We're inspired by her feminine vibe, which she smartly contrasted with bold accessories. If you're feeling it too, shop our similar picks from Theory, Prada, and Stella McCartney to get the same look.
Left to right: Stella McCartney Print Blouse ($935), Eddie Bauer Sweater ($45), Theory Skirt ($235), Sequin Pyramid Bangles ($42), Prada Satin Clutch ($280), Charm & Chain Vintage Collection Vintage Cuff ($485), Gianni Marra Pumps ($138, originally $340)
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We've all heard the requisite tales of bridesmaid dresses gone horribly wrong — ill-fitting, unflattering, and worse. So, while we know it's really all about the bride, for the sake of your friends' sartorial satisfaction, we've hand-picked the bridesmaid dresses that they'll actually be happy to wear at the wedding. From the more traditional sort to a bevy of pretty cocktail dresses that will transition perfectly beyond the big day, we've got it covered. Click through our editor's picks to shop the bridesmaid dresses your wedding party will happily purchase, wear, and keep long after you say "I do."
Just when we thought we couldn't get enough of the striped-tee trend, three stylish celebs showed their stripes in nautical-inspired dresses. Alexa Chung styled hers with black tights and a chic trench during London Fashion Week, Sarah Paulson donned a thicker, slouchier stripe at last month's Independent Spirit Awards, and newly coiffed Brooklyn Decker paired her fitted French Connection frock ($84) with ballet flats and a black tote. Each lady puts her own spin on the piece and proves that an LSD — little striped dress — can make for a simple, flattering, and totally classic look. Check out the pieces below — and get shopping!
When it comes to Spring dressing, perhaps you prefer a classic, effortless fare — or maybe you just want to adopt a sharper, more tailored aesthetic. Either way, Spring can be a great time to pare down and get back to basics, with neat lines and crisp neutral tones. So keep it simple, sister — click through to see the 10 clean, tailored pieces you need for the upcoming season.
Gabrielle Union looked sweet and chic at the Nintendo 3DS launch in Hollywood. Taking a cue from Spring's crochet and lace trend, the actress paired a textural shift dress by Sea along with a Theory camel leather blazer ($745). Off-white sandals, drop earrings, and a decadent oversized python satchel ($3,190) complete her inspiring ensemble — click our similar and exact picks above to get the same look! Also, don't forget to check out CelebStyle for lots more celebrity street style!
It's no secret that eyelet and lace are a must-wear this season. Their sweet, frilly vibe practically sings Spring in every form they take — on dresses, skirts, shorts, and tees. We love that you can rev them up or tone them down depending on your mood, and for those who fear their overt femininity, stay with us — we've got five fresh ways to outfit yourself in this Spring's lacy, eyelet pieces!
There's something undeniably Spring about youthful pink hues, but this season we're loving the more sophisticated version of the color on blushing bottoms. Lest we make you blush, we'll avoid the cheeky puns and delve straight into what we love about the splash of color on our trousers and billowy, slouchy silk pants. Just as the styled set below shows you, treat your blushy bottoms as a neutral, then add on the chic printed separates and layers à la Fearne Cotton, Maria Sharapova, and Rachel Roy. We like to think of them as the equivalent of military-hued pants in the Fall; they'll go with everything this Spring, and just as olive cargoes lent a decidedly cold-weather tilt to your look, these will do just the opposite, giving fresh seasonal chicness to whatever you put on.
When you're shopping, the real test of a piece's value is how versatile it is. Can you wear it to work, on the weekend, on a date, on a trip? If you can, most likely you've got a wardrobe winner. Case in point: this Quiksilver printed tunic is pretty, with a springy print and sheer texture. It's perfect for the beach and throwing on over your bikini. But it can also be worn every single day of the week, for pretty much every occasion. Want to see? We style one piece, seven ways. Click to shop.
Abbie Cornish sported a menswear-inspired look at the LA premiere of her movie Limitless. Her black Balenciaga jumper, satin Theory top, and Dolce and Gabbana pumps looked clean and classic. Abbie added a touch of color with a pink pout but kept her accessories monochromatic — black nails, silver earrings, and a silver cuff. Shop now to mimic her vintage style.