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We’ll give this: at least she committed to the theme. And while any of these pieces alone might have worked, the combo of the voluminous sleeves, the longhorn belt, the fringed skirt and the slouchy boots is a cowgirl-inspired look you should just say neigh to.
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THE BIG REVEAL
may be “The Only Girl in the World” who can get away with wearing a racy sheer bodysuit, topped off with a biker cap, for a night out. Her sexy red lip, though, is much more universally flattering!
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GO BIG OR GO HOME
If you hit up Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week next year, we give you full permission to don a pale denim dress with incredibly exaggerated hips and a jaunty little hat like Diane Kruger wore to one of the runway shows. But then and only then, OK?
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BOYFRIEND JEANS GONE BAD
Dear , You have some of the most killer legs in the business. Why cover them up with these pair of drop-crotch distressed jeans? xoxo, PeopleStyleWatch.com
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Jada Pinkett Smith is so petite and toned that she can pull off even the most unforgiving silhouettes. Except these awkward jorts. In general, if your jeans are having an identity crisis (Are they shorts? Capris? Clam-diggers?), it’s time to give them away or break out the scissors and make yourself a new pair of cutoffs.
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GUY-HOT? SO NOT
It’s not that we wouldn’t love to get our hands on the Stephane Rolland gown recently wore during Paris couture week with . It’s just that we don’t think most men would appreciate (let alone understand) the look as much as her fashion-forward boyfriend.
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NO PANTS, NO PROBLEM?
On a Hollywood red carpet, you can get away with wearing kind of business suit (a plunging blazer and nothing else). In the real world, this kind of “business” attire would surely earn you a stern warning from HR.
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FROM THE RUNWAY TO THE ROADWAY
She’s a model, a mom, a designer, a spokesperson, a designer, a producer and now a car mechanic. Is there anything can’t do?