Irina Shayk Surprised Everyone with Pregnancy News: 'No One Suspected Backstage!'
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The oldest has a degree in high-low mixing. Proof: Her plaid H&M trousers (paired with a 7 For All Mankind denim jacket and Blaque Label leather tank) cost $24.95. As for that Hermès bag? It’s over 10k.
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You might have been too distracted by her genie braid and scrunchie to notice the SNO (Saturday Night Out) potential outfit is offering. A crop top + double-slit skirt (hers are both Versus Versace J.W. Anderson Collection) = a whole lot of male attention.
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This isn’t the first time the teamed plaid with leopard (a surprisingly chic combo). And it isn’t the first time she’s worn that Marc Jacobs shirt. But it is the first time we’ve had the urge to splurge on a blue wide-brim fedora.
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We were debating whether or not to pull the trigger on a pair of Paige Denim Edgemont skinnies. Then we saw Victoria in hers (worn with a Topshop bomber, Rebecca Minkoff hobo bag and Quay Eyewear sunnies), and we couldn’t take out our credit card fast enough.
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Our feelings about wardrobe are pretty obvious. Her latest must-replicate-right-now ensemble – a plush sweater, printed silk pants and bright pumps.
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Will we be spending the $4,300 it costs to get this Isabel Marant sequin-and-bead jacket? Negative. Will we be on the hunt for an embellished metallic one like it so that we can dress up our skinny boyfriend jeans (along with a gold clutch and olive suede pumps)? Affirmative.
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Things we need: a hot-pink ruffled dress, a quilted white jacket, bright-white pumps and a time machine to bring us back to the middle of summer when we would have worn the hell out of this look. (We’ll also accept round-trip tickets to the Caribbean, where we can wear this outfit year-round.)
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This is the reason Instagram was sold for a billion dollars: Because it enables us to get shopping inspiration from amazing #OOTD photos like this one. Our Celeb Style Council member mixes edgy (Ann Taylor booties and waxed Citizens of Humanity leggings) with ladylike (a lapeled Juicy Couture coat) for double-tap-worthy results.
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Ah, those few weeks of the year when we can go outside in sweater dresses, booties and nothing else. The singer couples her rose-printed Opening Ceremony mini with Christian Louboutin lace-ups, but the pairing works just as well with lower-priced basics. Better move fast, though – the window for this outfit is closing fast.
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The Canadian actress may not be a household name, but that didn’t stop editors from buzzing about her utterly perfect LWD – an Alex Perry design – and her impressive knack for accessorizing: Check out that gold Lorena Sarbu belt, BCBG Max Azria sandals, a zigzag-print Emm Kuo clutch and red lip.
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We haven’t wanted to wear someone else’s varsity jacket (hers is Hive & Honey) this badly since the captain of the football team sat in front of us in homeroom. Olivia doubles up on leather with her black Milly mini, but smartly dials down the edge of the outfit with a sophisticated bag and green Schutz ankle-strap pumps.
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How do you make thigh-high boots look pretty chic, not Pretty Woman? knows the key is to wear them with ladylike pieces in muted colors (think: cozy sweaters, tailored skirts and structured jackets in shades of gray). Sorry, body-con red mini, you’ll have to sit this one out.
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Not since 50 Shades has gray gotten us so excited. Jamie keeps the color, which has a bad rap for being blah, interesting by mixing prints: a floral Cameo mini with a striped sweater, metallic-embellished booties and an oversize patent clutch.
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Even the most distressed boyfriend jeans seem almost work-appropriate (we said, almost, boss) when they’re styled like this. Kristin (in Joe’s Jeans) adds ankle-strap Chinese Laundry heels, a silky top and a bright Bebe blazer for a look that’s more Monday-to-Friday than lazy Sunday.
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You probably have six black-and-white dresses in your closet already. But the model makes the case for one more since her Rachel Zoe Collection mini is just so cool. The black stripes are leather, which takes it out of summery nautical territory and the high hemline means it works with flats, riding boots and heels.
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If you buy only one leather skirt this fall, make it a black one. But if you buy two, make the second oxblood. We’ll be throwing down cash for both colors and wearing the deep-red one exactly as does: She adds a simple black sweater and ankle booties to the A.L.C. design.
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First was out of this world and now her outfit is. The actress kills it in a navy-and-orange Vionnet dress with a pleated skirt and mesh panel, plus patent ankle-strap heels.
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On the one hand, it feels weird to be jealous of a 13-year-old. On the other hand, said 13-year-old is wearing metallic brocade pants, a cape-like black top, stappy platforms (all Emporio Armani) and a red Swarovski cross-body.
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The colors in this outfit may be cool – a basic gray-blue dress, a bright-blue Rebecca Minkoff leather moto jacket, equally bold Kelly-green pumps – but the result is all kinds of hot.
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Leave it to to make a pattern that seems straight out of a wallpaper-for-grannies swatch book look crazy-cool. She lets her blue-and-floral tuxedo-stripe L.A.M.B. pants hog the style spotlight, adding basic tops and accessories to the look.
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We firmly believe that the word fierce is grossly overused, but there is no better adjective in the English language to describe the supermodel in her leopard-print L’Agence blouse, leather skinnies, Isabel Marant stiletto booties and burgundy bag.
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While half the population is focused on getting into the pants, the other half is focusing on just getting her pants. They’re by Ellery Bobcats and we give her props for pairing them with basics (a white Stella McCartney tee and a Phillip Lim bag), plus one hint of color (electric-blue Manolos).
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No, this photo isn’t from months ago. The just knows that two of the hot colors for fall are petal pink and winter white. She wears them via an oversize Céline coat and white separates, adding neutral Alaïa sandals and a Balenciaga bag for an outfit that probably costs more than our entire salary.
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How do we love thee, Ashley’s outfit? Let us count the ways. You make a denim button-down (hers is 7 For All Mankind) look fresh by tucking it into a patent mini. You mix navy and black (and it works!). And you match your bag to your lipstick.
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If you’ve never agreed with the phrase, “Animal prints are totally a neutral,” this dress is here to finally change your mind. Olivia wears the black-and-white giraffe-print Whistles dress with bold accessories: strappy Stuart Weitzman heels, double cuffs, a silver belt and a collar necklace.
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We go shopping in any old outfit, but the celeb chef hits up Henri Bendel in sexy silk pants with an elastic waistband. (Yes, we just used sexy and elastic waistband in the same sentence.) She plays off the black accents on the bottoms by adding a black tank and matching clutch.
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We don’t exactly think of plaid and leopard as peanut butter and jelly, but opens our eyes to how cute the combo can be. Her Marc Jacobs top works with the fierce Clare Vivier clutch because they both have a coordinating neutral base color (tan) and because she goes basic on the rest of her outfit (J Brand jeans and deep-green Sam Edelman pumps).
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Tinder? No, the way to really meet guys is to go out wearing exactly what has on: a sheer snakeskin-print button-down (over a full-coverage black bra), tucked into skinny jeans (the model’s are Frame Denim). Aviators and red lipstick optional.
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There’s still one style editor here who refuses to consider crop tops. But we have a feeling this photo of our Celeb Style Council member will convince the naysayer that midriff-baring is a win. Ashley shows off a narrow slice of tummy, pairing the black Paper London tank with a high-waisted Temperley London skirt.
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SARAH JESSICA PARKER
This photo could go in our Like the Outfit, Love the Shoes gallery, because those olive Jimmy Choo booties are sick. matches the buttoned kicks to her Michael Stars tee, which is perfectly tucked into her cuffed printed MiH jeans and accessorized with a snakeskin Elisabeth Weinstock bag.
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Skinny jeans with booties: easy. Boyfriend jeans with booties: tricky. The shows us how it’s done by cuffing her distressed Paige Denim pair so they hit about two inches above the top of her snakeskin L.A.M.B. shoes. An asymmetrical black blazer and structured white bag add even more polish to the torn denim.
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We usually associate the color mauve with senior citizens’ wardrobes. But grandma never wore mauve leather skinnies. And we’re even okay with Olivia wearing the shade on top, too since she livens up the monochromatic ensemble with printed flats and a white top with a touch of sheer.
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Hot, hot, hot. That’s how must feel in this second-skin Christian Dior leather dress, which we want, want, want. The actress also knows the key to jazzing up an all-black midi: colorful shoes and a clutch that makes a statement (both are Christian Dior).
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First, nab an outfit like Brittany’s black-and-white trousers, embellished sweater (both Lela Rose) and fuchsia pumps. Then wear it to work and wait for the compliments to roll in. That’s our plan. You in?
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“Errmerrgerdthisjacket” is the sound that came out of one editor’s mouth upon seeing the photo. The item that elicited that noise was printed Isabel Marant for H&M sweater-coat. And while it would look fantastic with just about anything, we especially love it with skinny jeans and neutral accessories.
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Just because the forecast calls for cold doesn’t mean your closet has to call for schlumpy. The Celeb Style Council member makes her printed Parker mini winter-ready by adding over-the-knee boots and a long wool coat.
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A bright-red contrast-trim blazer ( – worn over the shoulders, natch – is Saint Laurent) and flared jeans are so compatible, they should star in their own Match commercial.
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Yes, this is just like a coat your dad probably wore in the ’70s before the term hipster existed. But the model brings back the look in a maroon zip-up, giving it a feminine vibe by showing a lotta leg in a leather mini, sheer tights and sky-high wedges.
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Winter staple, meet favorite summer dress. layers an amazing multicolor vest over a lace mini and adds ankle booties, but we’d consider throwing on tights and a military jacket under the vest to really make this outfit work for chilly weather.
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ATLANTA DE CADENET
No it’s not (doesn’t it look just like her in this shot?!), but the British model does seem to be as stylish as the actress. Hey, anyone who wears a black crop top and matching pencil skirt (both A.L.C.) with turquoise pumps and a leopard clutch is A-OK in our book.
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Between Mandy Moore’s calf-length skirt and this chocolate-hued one on , we’re ready to give midis another try. We plan to do as she does and add a skin-baring top and carry a ladylike purse. Though we may swap out her Alexander Wang boots (as cool as they are) for something a bit more leg-lengthening like heels.
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Before wearing allover plaid, study this photo closely to avoid looking like you’re in Christmas morning PJs. Ashley makes the print work by wearing tailored pieces – cropped skinnies and a slim-fitting tee, both Topshop – and adding hot accessories like a python Alexander McQueen box clutch in yellow, a gold Cartier bracelet and pony-hair Jimmy Choos.
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It’s understandable that would be typecast and end up playing a character who’s impeccably dressed and accessorized. She matches her Tracy Reese turtleneck dress to her Coach tote and adds patent pumps while shooting How to Make Love Like an Englishman.
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And here we were thinking that our white tees and light-wash denim skirts were out of commission until next summer. gets more miles out of the warm-weather pieces with the help of black add-ons: a Givenchy peacoat, tights, buckled boots and a pyramid-stud Valentino bag.
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Black skinnies, consider yourself on watch. Because we’ve got a new favorite pair of going-out pants and they’re inspired by the actress’s coated oxblood stovepipes, which she pairs with a silky black top, black heels and a statement necklace.
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It’s nearly impossible to walk a block in Hollywood or New York City without seeing someone in animal-print jeans and these of-the-moment Rag & Bone boots. And there’s a reason: The look, especially with a shrunken moto jacket, is the epitome of cool.
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Editors may be divided on her hair decisions lately, but we unanimously approve of this ensemble – a printed Whitney Eve mini and matching top, plus black Schultz booties and Lia Sophia jewelry.
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Thanks to Olivia, you might want to reconsider packing away all your maxis. The Newsroom star effortlessly transitions her striped Tees by Tina dress to fall via a denim 3x1 jacket and ankle boots. All things you own. No credit card necessary.
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If you have yet to invest in a “fancy” sweatshirt, this photo of the supermodel (who teams her Wildfox tiger-print style with rust-colored Blank NYC cords and Ash wedge sneakers), will definitely convince you to pull the trigger. Editor’s Note: To dress things up, pair it with a leather mini and boots.
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Leave it to the Love Her Outfit regular to make this army jacket and camo pants (hers are True Religion) combo look chic, not costume-y, with some unexpected accessories.
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We have the same amount love for our Celeb Style Council member’s animal-print DVF pencil skirt as we do for her shiny blonde hair. And that’s a whole lot. (Anyone else replicating this look for work tomorrow?)
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