Michelle Williams was the epitome of Summer cool while spending time with daughter Matilda and boyfriend Jason Segel in LA. The actress wore a green floral cotton button-front dress, then accessorized with chunky tan t-strap clogs, a straw tote bag, and her go-to black Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses. What we love about Michelle's style is that despite the warming temperatures, she stays true to her quirky aesthetic. To get her latest look, shop the similar green floral dress we picked below, then match it up with tan accessories. Come Fall, sport the dress with tights, booties, and a fabulous coat to brave the cold in style.
Our long wait for the Swedish Hasbeens collection for H&M is over, and now we have our go-to Summer shoe(s) within our reach, starting April 20 when the first deliveries hit stores. To refresh your memory, we've put together a lookbook of the easy Summer styles, and included some lovely shots of our own FabSugar TV host Allison McNamara modeling the '70s chic shoes.
Clogs were the on-trend choice for Fall, but really, they're a classic. So, when you're shopping for a pair to wear with your '70s denim or your printed dresses and calf-length skirts, wouldn't you want a label that's not just in it for the trendy hype? I'd say a brand with over a century of experience in making beautifully crafted leather clogs is probably one to trust. Plus, Sanita's clog-craft doesn't stick to the basics; this Danish brand is about infusing the same anatomically correct fit and expertise into new styles, like the clog boot or lace-up version — a modern reimagination that doesn't lose the integrity of the original.
>> Swedish Hasbeens has attained cult favorite status, but now founders Emy Blixt and Cilla Wingard Neuman are taking their goods to the masses with an exclusive limited-edition clog collection for H&M. The three-style clog collection, ranging from $59.95 to $69.95, will feature a strappy 3-buckle sandal wedge, a heeled Summer sandal, and a peep-toe slip-on wedge — all made with earth-friendly materials. The complete collection, which will be available at 150 H&M stores worldwide on April 20, in the slideshow.
It was quite the year for the accessory-obsessed: there were definitely loads of baubles, bags, and footwear to drool over! Any fashionista worth her weight in gold tried at least one of these cool crazes, if not all of them. In 2010, we got schooled by chic backpacks, wrapped up in stylish turbans, and swallowed alive by giant knuckle rings. Our feet were festooned with tough motorcycle boots, and the resurgence of clogs had us jumping for joy. So tell us, what was your fave accessories trend this year?
Clogs invaded our closets a while ago, but now there's a new clog family member infiltrating fashion. The tall clog boot is the new incarnation of the trend, and as you can see, is the fusion of a clog and a tall boot. Everyone from Banana Republic to Steven Geraldyn to D&G is getting in on it. But, the more important question is, are you the consumer?
You already know how big the clog is for this Fall, and whether it's a studded slingback or traditional mule, Via Spiga has got what you need. In addition to the classic clog, the collection serves up over-the-knee boots, two-toned oxfords, and leather booties that are just begging to be worn with a stylish skirt and pair of textured tights. Click through to see all of the look book images, then find your perfect pair!
Kate Beckinsale sure knows how to stop traffic — check her out spending a stylish afternoon in Santa Monica with her family. Her denim cutoff shorts and clogs are trendy, but a simple nude silk tank brings them back down to earth. Oversized shades, a lariat necklace, a gold cuff, and a tan bag complete her trendy cute vibe. Love her look? Re-create it below.
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Seasonal transitions are fun, albeit a little complicated — I still want a pair of amazing statement sandals, but I'm also thinking about colder weather ahead. So, I love it when I find a solution. The problem solver? Free People's latest sale, where I snagged these Samara Sandals ($40, originally $84) that I'd been eying all Summer. Then, I made room in the closet — and the budget — for these Cynthia Vincent Tamara Zip Clogs ($100, originally $328) that I've had my heart set on for Fall. Win, win.
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