Leopard better watch out because there's a new animal pattern making waves this season. Designers have gone wild for python print. No longer just for bags and shoes, serpent, which is showing up on everything from dresses to jeans, is here to stay through fall. So scoop up some python pieces you can wear now and later--all under $60.
Crystal Snake-Print Silk Romper
Sexy in snake
Slip into this luxe silk romper to get the effortless look everyone will envy. Top off the look with a blazer and tall wedges. $59.99 at Guess
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Simone Snake Print Dress
Feminine, flirty, flowing, and comfortable, this sheer dress with a solid underlay is perfect for everything from work to play. $19.99 at Alloy
Snake Print Pant
These slithering, hot skinnies lengthen and flatter. Easy to dress up or down, try them with a blazer and a tee for a chic, casual mix. $57 at BoutiquetoYou.com
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Leopard better watch out because there's a new animal pattern making waves this season. Designers have gone wild for python print. No longer just for bags and shoes, serpent, which is showing up on everything from dresses to jeans, is here to stay through fall. So scoop up some python pieces you can wear now and later--all under $60.Read More »from Hot Python Print Fashions Under $60
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Achieving the perfect retro wedding style doesn't always have to include a proper pillbox hat and enormous pearls, or a small town carnival and classic cars. Why not party by the pool in a timeless gown and tropical brights? (Whether or not tiki torches and a conga line are involved, though, is your call!)
Courtesy of The Outnet (left) / Shopbop (right)Rock a spark of color that can also flatter your body shape this summer.
Best Brights to Create Curves
Dare to bare seriously sexy curves in all-over lemon. Bright shades draw attention to wherever they're placed, so a straight and slender Ruler figures can fully embrace a light-reflecting shade wherever your body needs a little boost. Remember, bright colors amplify, lending a straight shape more contour.
Best Brights for a Big Bust
Got a curvaceous bust? Downplay a larger chest by drawing all eyes away from the area. A pair of candy pink jeans diverts attention away from your bustline and showcases great legs. With colored denim, keep the rest of your look simple. Pair them with a black, white or other neutral, muted shade on your top half.
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Blake Lively is golden for GucciGossip Girl alum Blake Lively is channeling old Hollywood glamour in her first ad for Gucci's "Premiere" perfume. The 30 second spot helmed by "Drive" Director Nicolas Winding Refn sees Lively strutting down the hallway of a gorgeous Los Angeles home in a beautiful, backless gold dress. The ad is slightly reminiscent of Charlize Theron's spot for Dior but the statuesque blonde holds her own. There are also shots of her walking through the desert in a gorgeous teal number as well as taking "Premiere" for a test drive with a seductive spritz. Click here for more images and to view the commercial spot.Read More »from Blake Lively Plays Gucci's Golden Girl in First Ad for the Fashion House's Premiere Perfume
After a trip around the world to promote Part of Me 3D, Katy Perry took a break to relax poolside in Miami in Bantu's tie-dye two-piece.The VMA nominee's suit sells for $175, and can be found at The Webster in Miami (call 305-673-5548 for more information).
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Holy multi-tasking, Batman! These double (and triple, even quadruple) threats took some focus away from their musical careers to try their hand at fashion design. From Posh to J.Lo, these talented musicians are trading the stage for the runway.
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"Lucille Ball FAQ" by James Sheridan and Barry Monosh
"Most Talkative" by Andy Cohen
Reviewed by David Marshall James
What, you may well be wondering, do Lucille Ball and Andy Cohen have in common?
Aside from Andy's preference for ginger hair, that is.
His memoir, "Most Talkative," will soon lead the reader to discover his early fascination with Miss Lucille Desiree Ball.
Fine choice, AC. Back to you in a moment or two.
"Lucille Ball FAQ" is a vast compendium of info pertaining to all of Lucy's TV, stage, radio, and film work.
And we do mean ALL of it-- all four TV series (five, if you count the revamping of "The Lucy Show," sans Vivian Vance, during the mid 1960s).
This indispensable tome also includes bios of the essential players in Lucy's life, professionally speaking and en famille.
Also: Explanations of the pop-culture references from the TV programs, as well as Lucy's one-degree's of separation from scores of Hollywood luminaries.
Tallulah Bankhead and Joan Crawford
It used to be that small trucks were only good for moving, handing out ice cream, and lending books. Not anymore. First, people got gourmet-on-the-go with the rise of food trucks. And now it seems like the fashion industry is hopping on board the truck trend. Only instead of burgers and fries, they're serving up clothes and accessories.
These fashion trucks cropping up all over the nation have us beyond excited. Take Styleline in New York City for example. It's a potato chip truck transformed into an '80s glam shop stocked with hard-to-find accessories like a $430 crystal-and-fringe necklace. Or Bootleg, a shoe boutique in Austin, Texas that offers cute polka dot flats and gold lace-up sandals. The idea is to make the shopping experience more personal and intimate, while encouraging independent business. After all, it's a lot easier and cheaper to own a truck than a brick and mortar store. And the trucks can move around, bringing
It's tough to tell what these designers were thinking with these runway looks. Check these designs that not even Lady Gaga would dare to wear.
- Babble.com | Fashion – Thu, Aug 2, 2012 2:17 PM EDT
Backpacks aren't just for kids! And if you're worried that wearing one might make you look like a kid, you're just not picking out the right bags. Backpacks are a great way to haul laptops, supplies for a day trip, a hike or a picnic. Recently, some companies have started making some vintage-inspired backpacks and satchels that transition perfectly (and fashionably) from summer to fall season. Take a peek at these 7 heritage-styled backpacks and satchels! - By Chelsea Fuss
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