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.
While grocery shopping in LA, Ginnifer Goodwin showed off a simple-to-create ensemble that's perfect for a day of running errands or even a dinner out. The actress paired a white silky blouse — which she trendily buttoned up all the way — with cuffed dark wash jeans, then finished off with a black crossbody chain-handle bag, black patent flats, and black round sunglasses. You probably already own most of these items in your closet, so put them all together, be sure to button up your blouse all the way, and be ready to make a subtle impact wherever you go. For extra polish, throw on a blazer — black is classic, but we recommend a red or fuchsia one for major fun.
The latest trends in denim have been very interesting. You have the young'uns doing the gladiator tuck, gorgeous women wearing their man's baggy jeans, and a variety of denim nip/tuck. This just proves how creative the all-American fabric can be. Whether it's old-fashioned pegging or preppy cuffing, or a mix of both, this trend has me nonplussed. I don't like the look on a baggier jean — see Katie Holmes — but I do like a more laid-back subtle cuff, a la Rachel Bilson. SJP was playing with her jean hemlines months ago, going bike messenger style with the one cuff on one leg. Here's some guidelines, but my advice is: Show off stunning shoes, keep proportions in control, and do not leave the house if you aren't comfortable with your newfound nip/tuck.