Blog Posts by Joanna Douglas, Senior Fashion and Beauty Editor
"Blake Lively's crystal flats. I read they were made by Louboutin, but are way too expensive. I need something similar because they are so darn cute and go with everything! Under $50 preferably."
Hi, Elm! Blake Lively's shoes are in fact Christian Louboutins, and they retail for a whopping $2,400! While real crystals can't be had for only $50 you can definitely replicate the look of these multicolor flats with glitter or rhinestones. As always, I've found 10 items I felt achieved what you were looking for and stayed within your budget. Please let me know if you like these choices. Readers: please weigh in on which one you think Elm should pick! Do you have any additional tips on where she can find sparkly flats? Let her know in the comments. By Joanna Douglas, Senior Fashion & Beauty Editor
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Every woman should have one nice cover-upThis Laundry by Shelli Segal Swim Capri Eyelet Tunic Cover Up was originally $178, but now it's $82. We love that it shows just the right amount of skin.Read More »from Pick of the Day: Chic Cover-up
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Popular styles may come and go, but some fashion trends stick out in our memory as particularly awful. Whether you wore these embarrassing fashion trends yourself, or merely enjoyed laughing at outdated photos, we're presenting the worst fashion trends of all time. Let us know which ones you find most offensive.
By Joanna Douglas, Senior Fashion and Beauty Editor
Over the years, many exceptional dresses have graced the red carpet or big screen, but only few have made an earth-shattering impact on the fashion world and our closets. We've rounded up the 10 greatest dresses of the last 50 years. Let us know if you agree with our picks, or which dress you feel belongs on this list.
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--Joanna Douglas, Senior Fashion and Beauty Editor
Rainbow colored hair isn't just for pop stars with outrageous wardrobes like Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj. Celebs with a sense of style we really trust like Nicole Richie and Kate Bosworth have shown us that candy colored locks are completely wearable. Here are three ways to get the look:
1. Try colored extensions or test out a wig. It's noncommittal, fun for a night, and will give you an idea if you're ready for something more permanent.
2. Seek an expert. Find a salon near you that offers bright colored dye and bring in a photo of a realistic look you'd like to achieve.
3. DIY. We'd recommend buying rubber gloves, a thick paintbrush to help with application, and a jar of petroleum jelly (apply it along your hairline so dye doesn't stain your skin). In terms of dye, Manic Panic's semi-permanent hair color is the best. It's lasts four to six weeks. The company also offers bleach kits and Hair Color Styling Gel that shampoos right out. It's important to remember that while blonde hairRead More »from How to Pull Off Candy Colored Hair
Affordable, foldable, comfy flats are a summer must-have.Inject some color into your outfit with these comfy Yosi Samra Neon Ballet Flats. Bonus: they're foldable. These flats were originally $66, but now they're only $40.
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Fashion and music often go hand in hand, so we particularly love music videos with a heavy style influence. We've rounded up our favorite inspirational, influential, glamorous, and fun music videos from the past few decades. MTV may air more episodes of "Teen Mom" and "Jersey Shore" than music videos these days, but here are 12 reasons why this creative art form should never die. By Joanna Douglas, Senior Fashion & Beauty Editor
Read More »from The Most Stylish Music Videos of All Time