I really adored Hannah Simone's Shoshanna dress at the Verte Grades Of Green's Annual Fundraising Event! The bold color was what originally caught my eye, and then I also loved the scalloped detailing around the shoulders. I knew it would be a fairly simple look to recreate, and I wanted to share it with you all!
The outfit has a fairly simple foundation--a fiery orange/red lace dress that is bold enough to stand out on its own. I'm glad she paired it with just a black belt and black pumps, because she could've gone overboard otherwise. Either way, I still thought the look needed something extra, which is why I added the statement earrings. The outfit, while amazing, was lacking in the accessory department. If you decide to recreate this look on your own, opt for a statment necklace or a bold clutch to give it that extra oomph.
I love that she finished the look with a glam ponytail and a simple beauty look! It makes the whole outfit seem really effortless.
Shop the look below:
Kensie - Dress KS3K9011 (Terracotta) ($99.00$59.99 by Kensie at 6pm.com)
ASOS Gem Drop Earrings ($13.30 at Asos)
Boyntonbeach ($80.00$40.00 at Aldo)
ASOS Bow Belt With Metal Plate Waist Detail ($13.30 at Asos)
The Great Gatsby was no doubt one of my favorite books from high school. There was something so intriguing about it, and of course, I loved envisioning the fashions as I turned the pages. If I could go back to any decade, it would probably be the roaring 20s. I love the opulence of the Jazz Age, the beaded tops, fringe dresses, and pearls!
I've been highly anticipating the release of the Great Gatsby movie, which was supposed to be out in December (right?) but is now slated for a May 10th release. (And you better believe I'm dragging my husband to see it after seeing all of those Avenger, Iron Man, and other related comic book movies with him.) My anticipation for the upcoming movie inspired me to find some amazing 1920s style fashion all under $100.
And if you decide to recreate your own Great Gatsby inspired look, take note of muted pastels, deep oxblood lips, and beaded detailing are definitely key. Shop the look below.
Will you be going to see the Great Gatsby this weekend? Let me know in the comments below!
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Diane Kruger's style shines once again! I can't help but aspire to recreate a Diane Kruger look for less. She's flawless, and I absolutely love her mix of classic yet trendy style. Thankfully, recreating this look is pretty easy if you just select complimentary colors from the trusty old color wheel. In this case, we're using navy as the base color, and red and neon yellow as the complimentary colors. The best part is, you can recreate this look using any colors you'd like since the formula for the color palette is simple. For example, try an emerald green print dress, cobalt blue belt, and neon pumps.
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Coachella is no doubt the most popular, star studded music festival around. From the likes of Alessandra Ambrosio to Kate Bosworth to Vanessa Hudgens, the celebrities step out in full force for the event by putting their most fashionable foot forward. Above are some of my favorites from the affair, featuring Alexa Chung, Kate Bosworth, and two amazing street stylers.
What I love about Coachella is the sort of free spirited style. It's comfortable, it's casual, and it's free flowing. Take a cue from Alexa Chung who paired sneakers with her leopard coat and cropped top. Kate Bosworth, on the other hand, opted for a cool outfit (from Topshop's unreleased collection), and in true festival fashion--she paired flat booties with her look.
A lot of festival goers have been going matchy-matchy this year, and I absolutely love it. Take for instance, this floral bandeau and matching skirt from this party goer above. And to make it her own, she added edgy accessories that make a huge statement about her style. On the other hand, if you're in need of a seriously cool festival look--try mixing patterns. I simply can't get enough of the navy printed blouse and rustic orange printed shorts paired together.
And I think we all know that a pair of cool sunnies and a shoulder bag are totally in order for a music festival.
What are your favorite looks from Coachella? Let me know in the comments below!
PLUS: Where can you find the best music festival clothing? Naomi and Lavender has everything you need!
January Jones was looking nothing short of perfect for spring at the annual Coach benefit, and she was definitely right on trend for spring. A lightweight overcoat paired with a pretty spring dress is such an easy transitional look for spring, and she wears it so well. The red lipstick and braided updo also help complete this look perfectly. You can wear this look to daytime parties, lunch dates, church, the country club, etc., or basically anywhere that you need to look polished and prim, but in a dressy casual manner.
And the look doesn't have to be restricted to a neutral coat. You can also try a colorful coat with a neutral dress, or, for those more bold, a bold coat and a colorful dress.
But without further adieu, here's how you can get January Jones's look for less:
Which celebrity has your favorite spring style? Let me know in the comments below!