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THE JEWELED SIDE CHAIN
Skater boys who wear their wallets on chains connected to their jeans are wondering why is copping their style. Of course, her outfit is Thakoon, not JNCO, and it’s purely for looks since her publicist is probably carrying her wallet.
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EXTRA-LONG BLOUSE NECK TIES
If the ties are so long that you wouldn’t get on an escalator for fear that they’d get caught in the side, they’re probably too long. You listening, Mena Suvari and Mischa Barton?
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Move over, sexy schoolgirl costumes and exotic dancers! is stealing your over-the-knee accessory and making it her own.
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Sweat stains are a problem of the past thanks to gowns like Coco Rocha’s Greta Constantine one. We’re so glad a designer finally created a dress that addresses that very real issue.
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METAL SHOULDER PADS
It’s almost as if a medieval warrior and one of the Designing Women got together and crafted this look, worn by Shay Mitchell.
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Bad things happen when Walter White puts on this topper, but does slipping it on make you as nervous?
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FUR CROP TOPS
For those days when it’s cold enough for a winter coat, but you think your body is smokin’ hot enough to share with the world: a belly-baring topper like Burberry one.
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In movies, this kind of carryall is usually filled with stacks of cash or important legal papers. But we don’t see how could fit either in this tiny Mark Cross bag.
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THE ASYMMETRICAL FLY
, XYZ. As in, examine your zipper. That’s exactly what we’re doing since we’re so intrigued by the diagonal closure on her cropped black pants.
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Have a runny nose? Maybe will lend you half of her Chaser skirt, which reminds us of two handkerchiefs fastened together.
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INSANELY OVERSIZE HOOPS
We’ve won hula hoop competitions with hoops smaller than the ones in lobes. But we’ll let you decide whether her earrings are winning or not.
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And here we were worried that we’d have to go the whole winter without seeing a single crop top. Our fears were unfounded, though, because has found a cozy knit version of the popular style, which can be worn even when temps drop.
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If denim overalls are starting to feel so 15-minutes-ago (you know, in addition to so 15-years-ago), allow us to suggest the latest update of the onesie: the corduroy style like Bella Thorne is wearing.
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Would we love for or to deliver the newspaper to our house every morning? Hell yes. Would we like for them to do it in their patterned wool toppers? Debatable.
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Yes, it’s Gucci. And yes, is wearing it with Chanel sandals and a Valentino bag, but does anyone else get a cover-of-a-romance-novel vibe from the supermodel’s blue silk off-the-shoulder peasant dress?
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Normally this type of necklace reminds us of a bedazzled dog collar, but even Paris Hilton’s chihuahua Tinkerbell never wore anything as blinged-out as the styles and have on.
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When we can’t figure out how to fold a fitted sheet, we just ball it up and put it in the closet. Stacy Keibler, however, gets creative and fashions it into a one-shoulder dress.
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Maybe we’re turning into our mom, who wouldn’t let us wear shorts like this back in middle school, but we think cutoffs with their peek-a-boo pockets are best left at the mall. Cute hat, though.
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Maybe Lily Collins accidentally wandered into the Big & Tall section where she picked up this mega-oversize shirt that’s practically falling off her petite frame.
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Once the sole domain of a certain type of dancer, these plastic-soled shoes have migrated onto the feet of women in slightly less, uh, exotic industries, like , who wears a Ruthie Davis pair.
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FINGERLESS GLOVES AS FORMALWEAR
It’s not about being able to text when it’s cold out. It’s not about getting a good grip on the steering wheel in the winter. It’s about … actually, we have no idea what striped cutoff gloves are about.
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Back in the 16th century, women wore corsets under clothing, but we’ve come a long way, baby. Because now stars like are wearing them over their clothing as accessories.
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THE BUTT RUFFLE
Well, it’s official. After seeing Lily Collins’s Stella McCartney mini with it’s three-quarter peplum, we’ll be singing “Ruffle butt, ruffle-ruffle-ruffle butt” to the tune of “Bubble Butt.”
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THE SHEER STRIPE
We all (Rose McGowan included, apparently) know that knees are the most annoying part of the leg to shave. Which is why this Topshop skirt that shows off the calves and some thigh but hides the knee is so genius.
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DRESSING LIKE A ZEBRA
We’ve always thought of as more of a chameleon, but in this wild Tom Ford dress, complete with spiky fur at the neck, meant to look like a mane, the singer makes it clear her spirit animal is a zebra.
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PEEP-TOE THIGH-HIGH BOOTS
The good news about wearing these Tom Ford shoes, spotted on : You don’t have to shave your legs! The bad news: You do need to get a pedicure.
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If you can’t afford the shiny Burberry pencil skirt is sporting, you could always take your regular old leather skirt and send it through your office’s laminating machine.
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Scientists are confused about the 3-D waist embellishment on Kelly Rowland’s Rani Zakhem gown that seems to go against the laws of physics. But are you just plain confused as to why she’d wear it?
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SHEARLING WEDGE BOOTS
We used to think shearling flat boots were the most divisive footwear out there. Then we saw this Australia Luxe Collective version with a 3-inch heel, seen on .
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MATCHING YOUR DRESS TO YOUR LIPSTICK
Maybe model Jessica White was so fed up with having to dry clean her gowns after getting red lipstick on them that she finally decided to wear a dress in the exact same shade.
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She didn’t win you over with her eye-pattern dress, but Hailee Steinfeld tries again with another body part in this Saint Laurent top. A nose-printed gown can’t be far off.
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Tuxedo stripes get a 3D upgrade on polka-dot Emanuel Ungaro skinnies, which feature wavy black material from the hip straight down to the ankle.
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Halloween has come and gone, but that doesn’t stop Rita Ora from borrowing a page from the salty dogs’ style book and wearing tiered white ruffles at her neck. So, arrr you into it?
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Some people might argue that skirt is nothing more than a bunch of strings fastened together. Those people probably wouldn’t shell out the $2,890 that the Nina Ricci design originally cost.
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STONEWASHED DENIM DRESSES
Just when we thought we’d seen every incarnation of this ’90s wash thanks to all of those episodes of Saved by the Bell we’ve watched, Nicole Scherzinger surprises us with a unique mock turtleneck version.
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In middle school we used to save our favorite overalls for only the most special occasions so we can totally understand why Jessica Paré whipped out this fancy black pair for a red carpet event.
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Next time you get a gift with a ribbon tied around it, you know what to do. Follow in Paula Patton’s satiny footsteps and tie a bow around your ankle to create makeshift ankle-strap-pumps-meet-ballerina-pointe-slippers.
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Off-duty model or off-duty Newsies extra? With Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in this hat, it’s hard to tell.
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TRACK SUITS WITH HEELS
We don’t think Cheryl Cole is winning the 500-yard dash with these red T-strap stilettos on, but does wearing them with her T by Alexander Wang jacket and workout-style pants win your vote?
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Ciara’s yellow beaded Emilio Pucci mini-meets-hoodie is way more versatile than it appears. She can wear it over a bikini while hanging on some billionaire’s yacht or in the boxing ring should she ever consider a second career.
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SUPER WIDE-LEG PANTS
We can only imagine the enormous gust of wind Olivia Wilde must generate just by walking in these oversize pleated Michael Kors pants (worn with a blouse owned by every elementary school librarian).
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The best (or worst) part of Emma Roberts’s T-shirt is that you know she paid extra for those lace-covered holes.
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SERIOUSLY OVERSIZE CLUTCHES
We look for an evening bag roomy enough for keys, credit card, lipstick and iPhone. Christina Hendricks, though, seems to look for one that’ll fit a MacBook Air.
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Consider Moschino belt the haute equivalent of a “Hi My Name Is ___” sticker name tag.
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We know who swiped Bobs’ spectacles from the Office Space prop closet: , who wears them 15 years later.
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The last time we wore tights like this, we were closer to Suri Cruise’s age than age. (And the heart tights we wore were white, opaque and matched our patent-leather Mary Jane flats.)
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Always wondered what to pack for a weekend of pheasant shooting in Scotland? If you’re you bring a wool, camel-colored coat-cape.
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FLANNELS AROUND THE WAIST
First overalls. Then crop tops. Now the straight-outta-the-’90s plaid button-down tied at the midsection (seen on Lily Collins). Next you’ll be telling us that Saved by the Bell is back on the air.
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COMIC BOOK DETAILS ON GOWNS
Pow! Ka-bam! Zap! One of those statements is all that’s missing from the sequin explosion motif on Rita Wilson’s Tom Ford dress.
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Do you think daughter is annoyed that her mom took this girlie ballerina skirt out of her dress up trunk and wore it to a TV appearance?
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THE IS-IT-A-BRA-OR-IS-IT-PART-OF-HER-DRESS DRESS
We were originally concerned that Diane Kruger was having a wardrobe malfunction and accidentally showing her undergarments. But it turns out that’s how the Jonathan Saunders dress was designed.
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If you’ve been spending all your time at the gym doing crunches, but skipping the squats, consider this high-low crop top, which shows off your abs and covers your butt. (Not that Holland Roland needs to be concealing any part of her perfect body.)
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Are Lanvin pants uniquely chic or is the pattern best left to girls who are still using Lisa Frank school supplies?
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When we think of belly showing between pleated pants and a double-breasted blazer, we think of middle-aged men trying to squeeze into the same suit they wore in their early 20s. The look on model Anne V, however, is much more chic.