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  • Three Ways to Dress like a First Wife, Even If You're Single

    by Lucky Staffers



    We certainly count The First Wives Club among our favorite movies. What's not to love? It's funny, there's a choreographed dance number and it has some of our favorite actresses-Maggie Smith, Diane Keaton, Goldie Hawn and Rizzo from Grease. We've always had a fashion crush on each of the main characters, who take action against their ex-husbands who left them all for younger women. From Elise's sleek business suits to the probably world-famous white ensembles featured in the closing scene, we want it all. Click through below to shop our favorite scenes. And if you haven't seen it, get thee to Netflix. Now.



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  • Maximize Your Midi Rings: A Guide to Wearing Summer's Top Jewelry Trend

    by Samantha Randazzo



    Midi rings-smaller-sized bands worn at the first knuckle-are this year's biggest jewelry trend, and we're into them in a major way. And while a whisper-thin ring looks just fine on its own, it's even better to mix and match yours with other jewelry for a more statement-making look.


    Here's our guide to wearing and styling midi rings, whether you're just looking to dip a toe (er, finger?) into the trend or are ready to go all-out.



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  • Miley Cyrus Gets Totally Naked for Marc Jacobs

    by Alison Syrett Cleary

    It was only a matter of time. After about a year of seeing Miley Cyrus parade around in tiny crop tops, cut-out bondage dresses and dental floss bikinis, she's going nude in public-well, kind of. Stripped down to absolutely nothing at all, the mohawked superstar is the latest subject of Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy's latest "Protect the Skin Your In" T-shirt series.

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    Now, before you go and roll your eyes and call this a publicity stunt, remember that this particular MJ tee always features a celebrity in the buff (past participants include Victoria Beckham, Naomi Campbell and Dita Von Teese), so it's not really shocking news. The shot is tasteful, too; all her most private areas are cleverly concealed with strategically placed appendages or letters. And even more importantly, she's baring it all for a purpose: sales from skin cancer awareness tee go to funding research and treatment at NYU Cancer Institute and NYU

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  • Orla Kiely Talks Dressing Kate Middleton's Mom and Her New Target Team-Up

    by Elana Fishman



    Beloved London designer Orla Kiely has a number of reasons to be excited right now. For one, her new line of tech accessories for Target (in collaboration with Belkin) just launched, giving us print-happy people the opportunity to cover our iThings in her signature retro patterns. And then there's that whole Middleton thing.



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    The Duchess of Cambridge has worn several looks of Kiely's in the past, but yesterday, Carole Middleton-Kate's mom and now a new grandma-chose a pretty printed sky blue number from the designer's Spring 2012 collection while arriving to meet her new grandson. It was a fitting dress to pick, considering Kate's own choice of pale blue polka dots, and I couldn't resist asking Kiely a few questions about it.



    "We had no idea-it was a lovely surprise! I thought she looked very well. It's her first grandson, which is so exciting." As for the newborn Prince of Cambridge, I wondered, might we be seeing him in some mini Orla patterns sometime soon?

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  • 10 Ways to Ensure a Streak-Free Self-Tan

    by Sarah Ferguson



    Truth be told, self tanners scare me. No matter what the bottles may promise, it seems to me that it's much easier to create orange splotches than an even, natural glow.



    But it has officially reached that point in the summer when my unchanging fair complexion really needs a boost, so despite my fears, I'm taking the plunge.



    To avoid any orange-hued disasters, I turned to tanning experts Sophie Evans of St. Tropez and Kim Carrasco of Sunless, Inc. for pro application tips and tricks.



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  • Eight Quick Fix Ways to Fake a Haircut

    by Sarah Ferguson



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    How long do you talk about needing a haircut before you actually go get a haircut? I usually spend a solid three months putting it off until finally my hair becomes so dull, frayed and straw-like that aside from becoming a hermit or shaving it all off, I have no choice but to head to the salon.



    My hairstylist never neglects to remind me what a terrible habit I've fallen into, and someday, I vow to change. But until then, I rely on the below products and tricks to disguise the fact that I really, really need a haircut.



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  • Four Simple Ways to Work a Slip into Your Outfit

    by Alison Syrett Cleary



    Does anyone else feel like shopping for a slip to wear beneath your sheer dresses and skirts is kind of like getting toothpaste for your wardrobe? It's not fun, it's not exciting-but it's totally necessary if you'd like to not gross people out. Every time I do it, the winning undergarment is never interesting to look at (stretchy, nude, seamless, yaaawwn), costs way more than I thought it would (and usually I'm planning to spend that extra money on shoes) and ends up in a forgotten ball at the back of my underwear drawer (which means I wind up buying another, and so the cycle continues). It's for these reasons that I prefer to invest in lingerie that double as clothing.



    In truth, flesh-colored shapewear-y styles occupy but a small remote planet in the universe of slips. There are also slinky silk camisoles, lacy chemises and ruffly bottoms that effortlessly work as part of an outfit-instead of just under it. Even better, these options are pretty enough to

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  • Why Michelle Williams Will Be in Every Fashion Magazine Next Month

    by Alison Syrett Cleary

    One of the best excuses to indulge in a tall stack of September issues next month might be Michelle Williams' starring role in Louis Vuitton's upcoming handbag campaign. WWD just released a teaser image this morning, and her hair and makeup are so good that we're already planning to hang a few glossy versions by our medicine cabinet for inspiration. Looks like next season is going to be all about cabernet lips, strong brows and side swept hair. (It's also going to be all about LV's new "W" and "Capucines" totes, the former featured with Michelle below. Doesn't she make you want one?)

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  • Kate Middleton and Prince William Debut the Royal Baby in Matching Blues

    by Elana Fishman



    Today, at about 2:15 pm EST (that's 7:15 pm GMT), Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out of the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London with their new baby son-still unnamed for the time being-in tow. Perhaps in honor of the new Prince of Cambridge, both proud parents wore pale blue; a polka-dotted Jenny Packham dress paired with nude wedge heels (!) for Kate, an oxford shirt with rolled-up sleeves for Wills. In addition to being downright pretty, however, the Duchess' outfit choice is also symbolic; back when Princess Diana and Prince Charles left St. Mary's with their newborn baby William back in 1982, Diana too opted for a blue polka-dotted number (pictured below).



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    "He's got her looks, thankfully," Prince William joked as he greeted the throngs of press, adding, "he's got a lot more [hair] than I do!" Speaking of hair, Kate's looked predictably flawless-her hairdresser reportedly paid her a visit at the hospital earlier today to prep her for her

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  • 11 Spot-On Celebrity Looks from Comic-Con 2013

    by Elana Fishman



    Once the exclusive domain of comic book collectors and action figure aficionados, Comic-Con now draws an undeniably stylish crowd. Over the weekend, a flock of impeccably-dressed stars descended on San Diego for the convention to promote their upcoming film projects and their TV series' forthcoming seasons-and they all brought their fashion A-game while fielding questions from reporters and fans.



    While a number of celebs including Jennifer Lawrence, Elizabeth Olsen and Lily Collins opted for entirely black-and-white ensembles (there's a graphic novel joke in there somewhere, just give us a second), others, like Emilia Clarke and Emily Blunt, pulled out their most eye-catching colorful dresses for the occasion. Meanwhile, the adorable Hailee Steinfeld was the undisputed style queen of Comic-Con, showing up in two very different (but equally covetable) printed looks to promote her upcoming flick Ender's Game. Click through to see what everyone wore-and to shop their

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