- Babble.com | Fashion – Wed, Dec 4, 2013 1:04 PM ESTWhen temperatures drop, my desire to dress up does too. Being cozy and warm becomes top priority, and the idea of curling up in a sweatshirt is incredibly appealing. Thankfully, wearing a sweatshirt doesn't necessarily mean losing out on style. Here are 7 sweatshirts that prove you can be cozy and stylish - and all for under $50. - By J's Everyday Fashion Read More »from Bundle Up! 7 Cozy and Stylish Sweatshirts Under $50
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- Lucky Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Dec 3, 2013 5:31 PM EST
by Alison Syrett Cleary
Sometime in the last decade-exactly when, I'm not sure-the "no white after Labor Day" rule died. These days, cool girls thread the shade formerly exclusive to summer parties through their winter ensembles in variety of ways. White coats, white denim, white boots, white everything-it all goes.
The secret to their winter white success (and yours!) can be found in the slideshow above, which outlines five failsafe rules for wearing the non-color during cold weather months. Click through to nail the look all season long.Read More »from Winter White Master Class: Five Ways to Get the Look Right
When it comes to holiday attire, there's a fine line between cute and creepy. No matter where you stand on the ugly holiday sweater debate (totally awesome or painfully bad), there are many other garments and accessories that simply should not be worn in public. Go big or go home with reindeer antlers at a party. Fantastic! But don't dress up like a Christmas tree for a day at the office. Here are 14 reasons why you should leave the holiday décor for your home and not your body. (Hint: Your hair should not look like Rudolph.) By Joanna Douglas, Yahoo Shine Senior Fashion and Beauty EditorRead More »from Ugly, Tacky Holiday Fashion to Avoid at All Costs
- Teen Vogue | Fashion – Tue, Dec 3, 2013 3:59 PM EST
by Marianne Dabir
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Now that holiday shopping season is in full swing, you've probably thought a lot about what to give your best friend-because she deserves the best, obviously (and if you need ideas, we can totally help with that!). But picking out the perfect gift for your closest pal can be super tricky! Since you share all your secrets and inside jokes with her, generic presents are definitely out of the question. It's gotta be special, unique, and totally her. The answer? Something simple yet silly, like these hilarious socks, spotted on celeb BFFs Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora.
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Colorful jelly beans suit Rita's fearlessly-chic style, since she's not afraid to sport ultra-bright hues and crazy prints. They'll add a dash of whimsy to her sneakers when she hits the gym, but could look just as cute underneath a cool pair of wedges. SureRead More »from Celeb BFFs Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne Give Stocking Stuffer a Whole New Meaning
- Charlotte Rudge, Shine Staff | Fashion – Tue, Dec 3, 2013 3:34 PM EST
Princess Diana more than 16 years after her death, a museum just dropped $167,000 to acquire a dress worn by the late royal.Sold! Proving that the world still can't get enough of
The frothy gold-and-white gown, which has been dubbed the Princess Diana "fairy tale" dress, was (conservatively) estimated to sell for between $80,000 and $130,000 at auctioneer Kerry Taylor's biannual Passion for Fashion auction in London on Tuesday. But considering that a midnight-blue velvet Victor Edelstein dress that Diana wore when she famously danced with John Travolta at a 1985 state dinner sold in March for $362,400 to a British man who bought it to “cheer up his wife,” the fairy tale dress's sale price isn’t that shocking.
The museum that purchased the gown hasn't yet been identified, but it is reportedly not in Great Britain.
Made of white tulle and satin and embellished with a dazzle of gold sequins, rhinestones, and pearlRead More »from Princess Diana's 'Fairy Tale' Gown Sells for $167K
- Lucky Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Dec 3, 2013 2:49 PM EST
by Christa Lee
At last night's British Fashion Awards, style was definitely not in short supply-nor were amazing beauty looks. While Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alexa Chung's red lips certainly made a bold statement, it was Sienna Miller's new hair that had us doing a double take. She chose to dress up her beachy waves with a new rose gold tint that seemed to make her whole face glow.
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No stranger to dying her locks, Sienna's tried pink hair before. But instead of all-over color, this time she chose to highlight strategic portions of the front and mid-sections of her hair for a more subtle effect. We also spy her natural roots peeking through-could rose gold be a fresh way to experiment with color before making an even bigger change? We'll have to wait and see!Read More »from Check Out Sienna Miller's Surprising New Rose Gold Hair Color
- Babble.com | Fashion – Tue, Dec 3, 2013 2:16 PM ESTWhat would Katniss wear? In Catching Fire, she finds herself in a unique situation. She's in this new opulent world, but not exactly a part of it, nor does she want to be a part of it. She walks a line between these two worlds. The rugged, strong Katniss wears brown leather, high-tech black activewear, and simple gold accent jewelry. These looks are practical for hunting and survival, but also flattering in their simple lines and sleek, form-fitting cuts. On the flip side, Katniss the celebrity is styled in shimmering, modern silhouettes and show-stopping event gowns. Take a look at these 8 articles of clothing that are inspired by The Hunger Games. I've done the leg work to help you on your way - all you need to add is that Katniss spirit.
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by Marianne Dabir
Tights-without 'em, we'd be forced to ditch our favorite skirts and dresses for the winter. But pulling on the same old black opaques day after day can get a little tiresome, and since the season has barely even begun, it's way too early to be sick of them just yet. Before you commit to jeans until spring break, take note that there are plenty of seriously fresh ways to wear hosiery that'll keep your legs warm and your wardrobe cool. Check out Dianna Agron's ultraviolet nylons or Bella Thorne's sweet sweater tights, and give your look a leg up for the cold months ahead.
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