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Remember those reams of printer paper with holes along each side that everyone used in the ’90s? That’s what Casey Wilson’s Raoul pencil skirt reminds us of.
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BUBBE'S BOCA RATON HAT
We’ve given colorful wide-brim accessory that name because until now, we’d never seen the topper on anyone but Florida residents over the age of 75.
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THE FIGURE-SKATING SLEEVE
If you spent as much of the ’90s watching ice skating as we did, you may recognize what’s going on with Atelier Versace gown. (We wouldn t have been surprised if she did a triple salchow right after posing for this photo.)
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VISIBLE (ON PURPOSE) UNDERWEAR
Unlike model Joan Smalls, we make an effort to ensure our skivvies aren’t sticking out of the top of our jeans. Then again, unlike Joan Smalls, we don’t wear designer skivvies from Italy with a three-figure price tag.
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CUT-IN-HALF TUXEDO JACKETS
Tux jackets as dresses are so five minutes ago. Update the look by taking a pair of scissors to the double-breasted design and turning it into a crop top and mini inspired by Karolina Kurkova’s.
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We’ll spare you the “business in the front, party in the back” line, namely because we can’t think of a single business where the front of Zendaya’s collared top would fly.
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HEELS WITH SHEER SOCKS
You know those days when it’s in-between weather and you can’t decide whether to wear tights or go bare-legged? Suki Waterhouse splits the difference and teams her Fendi skirt and white Jimmy Choos with Swiss-dot ankle socks.
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offers up another solution for not-hot-but-not-chilly days: a pair of suede skinnies that unzip from the ankle to the thigh.
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SUSPENDERS FOR CROP TOPS
Do the little garter belt things attaching Christopher Kane pieces serve any purpose? If you count helping to achieve a spot in Obsessed or Hot Mess as a purpose, then yes, yes they do.
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We recognize that calling a muumuu large is a bit redundant, but really, it’s as if took a job as a walking billboard for Mood Fabrics.
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JIGSAW PUZZLE SHOES
Puzzles with fewer than 40 pieces are normally so easy. So why are we having such a hard time with the fact that we’d have to fork over $1,795 for these Brian Atwood heels seen on Kate Upton?
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While everyone else sexes up blouses by unbuttoning them to show cleavage, Cara Delevingne leaves all but the very top button unfastened and shows midriff instead.
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Pleats. Ultra-wide legs. Calf-length. Cream-colored. We just described four of the hardest-to-pull off characteristics in pants. But that doesn’t stop Selita Ebanks from breaking out this Chloé pair.
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SHIRTS WITH SLITS
Breaking news! Crop tops and cutouts are no longer the only way to show off a flat stomach! Naya Rivera debuts the latest technique, inspired by leg-baring maxis.
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However you vote on this Zadig & Voltaire pair, we can all agree on one thing: It’s refreshing to see a star ( in this case) in jean shorts that have a hemline slightly longer than underwear.
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ARM CUFF STACKING
If a bunch of bracelets are referred to as an arm party, we’re dubbing this look, cuffs worn by Nicki Minaj from wrist to biceps, as an arm blowout.
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WEARING OVERALLS SANS BIB
Sometimes, like on Thanksgiving, you might want to use your denim onesie to hide belly pudge. But sometimes, like when you’re , you might want to show off your abs. Enter: this creative styling.
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CAPRI SUN CLUTCHES
The evening bag actress Cherry Ngan is carrying isn’t actually filled with a syrupy beverage (it’s Anya Hindmarch), but give it to any kid raised in the ’90s along with a skinny straw and you can be sure she’d try to puncture the designer clutch.
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She doesn’t sell seashells by the sea shore. She () wears seashells (on her nearly-$2,000 Giuseppe Zanottis) at LAX. (Not a tongue twister, but still a doozy.)
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JUMPSUITS WITH TRAINS
It’s as if onesies (like Elie Saab design) are on an Oscars Red Carpet 2015 campaign. And in order to make it, they’re out to prove they can do anything formal gowns can do, like have an attached train.
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Rita Ora’s heavy metal-adorned Barbara Bui top flies in the face of every reason we love wearing slouchy pullovers on the weekend: Because they’re comfy and cozy and perfect for lounging around in.
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DUDES IN TIGHTY-WHITEY BATHING SUITS
Are we obsessed with the guy in the shrunken swimsuit? Duh. Are we obsessed with the actual H&M number (which himself designed)? Not really.
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BUSTIERS OVER BUTTON-DOWNS
We can’t tell if British singer/model Myleene Klass thought adding a crisp white blouse under her cleavage-flaunting gray top would make the look more day-appropriate or if she just really, really hates wearing strapless bras.
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There isn’t an antiperspirant in the world strong enough to convince us to wear a thick fuzzy top like this one in warm weather, but we’re guessing Rita Ora is way more willing to break a sweat in the name of fashion than we are.
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In all fairness, if you’ve just dropped nearly 600 bucks on this bandana (seen on ), it makes sense that you’d wear it in every possible way imaginable.
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OVERALLS WITH CROP TOPS
Have you been spending all your time at the gym doing side sit-ups, but not crunches? If so, has (in a Black Orchid denim onesie) got an outfit for you!
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Until jeans with built-in air-conditioning are invented (hopefully before this summer, someone get on that!), we’ll have to make do with pants like the ones is wearing, with slashes from the hip to the ankle.
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THIGH-HIGHS WITH CUTOFFS
Does this pairing on remind anyone else of bedroom-ready stockings and undies? All that’s missing are little clips attaching the shorts to the boots.
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WEARING YOUR CUFF OVER YOUR SLEEVE
First necklaces over collared shirts. Then bracelets on top of sleeves (as seen on . What’s next, cocktail rings over gloves?
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They’re back and bigger than ever. After flowering last summer, these accessories went into hibernation for the winter, but are in full bloom again. wears an oversize one and you know we’re going to see about a gazillion more at Coachella.
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CAPES FOR PANTS
Why let shoulders have all the fun? British actress Nathalie Emmanuel gives her legs the superhero treatment with a black jumpsuit featuring a billowing half skirt attached at the waist.
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SEQUIN PANTS WITH SHEER BURNOUTS
We used to think that as soon as the sequins started to fall off an item, it had to be tossed. But Jayma Mays is making us think that a few bare spots on a piece of clothing is no big deal.
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OFF-THE-SHOULDER ILLUSION NECKLINES
It’s as if sheer fabric is just lurking around, waiting for the opportunity to jump on a cutout or swath of bare skin. Actress Felicity Jones combines the shoulder-baring trend and the see-through panel trend on one funky dress.
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Some people do the “pop of color” thing. , unsurprisingly, is more into the pop of neutral, wearing a highlighter-hued tee with matching skinnies (both by J Brand) and adding nude heels.
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No need to wait until casual Friday to wear your onesie (phew). Because Kylie Jenner offers up a non-denim version of the everywhere-right-now style with her ASOS jumpsuit.
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After being spotted side-by-side and canoodling on the red carpet, two trends (Mr. Sheer and Ms. Peplum) consummated their relationship and welcomed into the world their lovechild, seen here on wearing Elizabeth and James.
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THIGH-HIGH LEG WARMERS
We’re not sure if those are part of Michelle Rodriguez’s pants, if they used to be a pair of over-the-knee boots and she chopped off the shoe part, if she’s heading to ’80s dance practice or if she’s going fly fishing. We do know, however, that we’d like you to vote on her look.
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CROP TOPS THAT SHOW NO SKIN
Hate your abs but hate missing out on a trend even more? Karl Lagerfeld has the solution you’ve been waiting for. A loose-fitting shrunken shirt meant to be worn over a matching dress, like the ones seen on and .
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THE SLEEVES ALLERGY
PSA: We’re here to talk about a very really problem that’s afflicting hundreds of celebrities, style bloggers and Fashion Week attendees. The allergy to sleeves, which prevents women from properly wearing their jackets, has stricken Olivia Palermo, and , and there’s no telling when this epidemic will end.
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SAFETY PIN HEELS
It’s exactly like when we used to trade pins with colorful beads on them with friends in middle school and wear them on our laces. Exactly like that, only we were never pinning them to $1,000 shoes (Jaime King’s are Giuseppe Zanottis).
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Cara Delevingne hit the supermarket-themed Chanel runway in moth-eaten pink sweatpants and a matching turtleneck top, causing women all over the world to rejoice over the fact that they could now do the same and say it was all in the name of fashion.
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Are you a 5-year-old clicking on PeopleStyleWatch.com? Then, sweetie, click “Obsessed.” If you’re an adult weighing in on accessory, it may be the “Hot Mess” button you’re inching toward.
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NECKLACES OVER JACKETS
If Hollywood were a high school and accessorizing were an extracurricular, every star who’s worn a necklace over a button-down would make the JV team, while Olivia Palermo makes Varsity for stepping it up and throwing hers over the collar of her jacket.
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TIGHTS WITH SANDALS
Is this a gateway drug to the dreaded socks with sandals look? Or is it just (in opaques and Manolo Blahniks) and (in a Dolce & Gabbana jacket and SJP heels) introducing us to a new way of getting more wear out of our summer shoes?
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CROP TOPS WITH SLASHES
So, your abs are crazy-toned, but you’ve got a great cleavage, too. Which do you show off?! Naomie Harris (in Giorgio Armani) solves your pressing predicament with a shirt that shows off all of it.
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THREE-PIECE SUITS (ON LADIES)
Once the calling card of Brooklyn hipsters at weddings, this dapper formalwear has been adopted by . (Of course, she went with a Dolce & Gabbana version and forewent the other hipster calling card, a drink in a mason jar.)
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You know how little girls sometimes carry purses in the shape of puppies when they can’t have the real thing? Well, if you can’t afford a real designer quilted leather jacket (seen on Rita Ora at the Moschino show), maybe a handbag in the shape of one will do?
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FUR PENCIL SKIRTS
We should have seen this coming. Soon after wearing fur-adorned booties, Olivia Palermo takes it to the next level with a slim skirt in the fuzzy material.
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Remember the old days when flashing skivvies on the red carpet was considered a wardrobe malfunction? Well, it’s a brave new world because Lily Aldridge is showing her lace boy-shorts and her wardrobe is functioning just fine.
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THE CUTOUT THAT CUT RIGHT ON THROUGH
Tonight on Dateline: Cutouts That Attack. The one on Regina King’s Michael Costello gown got so aggressive, it turned the dress into two separate pieces.
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THE BIGGEST SLEEVES WE'VE EVER SEEN
You know how grandmas sometimes keep a tissue tucked up the sleeve of their cardigans? Well, if you have a really bad cold, invest in Lily Aldridge’s Rosie Assoulin top, which could fit Costco-size batches of tissue boxes in each arm.
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MICKEY MOUSE HATS
Anything we can do (go to Disney World and get a cheapo plastic mouse ears hat), can do better (wear a three-figure designer version of the hat).
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PEEP-TOE & PEEP-HEEL BOOTIES
If what you see from the front of lace-up heels is referred to as toe cleavage, do we need to start calling that section of skin visible from the back heel cleavage? Not the sexiest phrase if you ask us.
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LEATHER WRAP DRESSES
Is this Persey design on Nicole Scherzinger a case of two great things (wrap dresses and leather) combining forces to create something even greater? Or proof that sometimes two rights make a wrong?
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Someone should let know pet stores sell $20 posts for felines to dig their nails into. She really doesn’t have to offer up her pair of $200 Frame jeans for the job.
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The only thing that should stop you from offering to plaster your great-aunt’s living room in this floral pattern is that crop top, shorts and jacket are Stella McCartney, so it would cost you over $10,000 to cover just one wall.
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THE CHOPSTICK-HANDLE BAG
Fine, that’s not the official name of this M2Malletier clutch, but if drops half of her utensils while eating sushi, she’ll be all set.
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MAJOR FUR ON GUYS
Oh, you thought was the king of fur coats? He’s got nothing on this member of the Night’s Watch – oh, excuse us, turns out this is actually former football star Joe Namath.
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It was only a matter of time. The see-through trend has been building for the past year, and it can’t get any more ridiculous than the peek-a-boo Armani Privé pants seen on Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki … we say as a dare to other stars …
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DRESSES WITH THE OVERALLS TREATMENT
Finally, a solution to the all-too-common problem of being invited to a fancy event, but not wanting to take even a minute off from your overalls! Spanish actress Norma Ruiz (in Emanuel Ungaro) knows what we’re talking about.
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When we see people covered in glitter, we tend to assume they’re on their way to a rave, but that’s probably not the case when the glitter in question is all over a businesslike suit and the person is Susan Sarandon.
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Worn-in jeans? Sure. But torn-up, holey knits, like the one has on? We’ll wait until we see your ruling before we make a call.
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SHORT-SLEEVE JACKETS OVER LONG-SLEEVE TOPS
Reminder: We’re asking you to weigh in on the coat, not silver silky jumpsuit underneath it. Because that item of clothing requires an entire week to discuss.
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THE EXTREME DOLMAN
She doesn’t play a shapeshifter who transforms into a bird on True Blood, but it appears Kristin Bauer shifted into something with wings on this red carpet.