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The last time we saw one of these was when we were using it to tote around a disposable camera, snap bracelet, scrunchy and Lip Smacker collection. But we have a feeling that’s not what Rachel Zoe is carrying in hers.
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Let’s just admit that we all see a little bit of ourselves in . No, we mean literally, we can all see ourselves in her incredibly oversize mirror sunnies, which the reality star showed off on Instagram with the caption “So shady!”
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DRESSES WITH 28 CUTOUTS
Yes, we counted. Good thing doesn’t need Spanx, because this black turtleneck number doesn’t really allow for shapewear (or any undergarments for that matter).
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ALL WHITE AFTER LABOR DAY
We’re on a mission to end the fashion rule that outlaws this summery hue for fall. We’ve already recruited to join the cause. Are you with us?
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MATCHY MATCHY ACCESSORIES
Either really, really loves turquoise (see: her statement necklace, ring and pumps) or she has a deep fear of clashing.
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Breaking news: Jessie J just robbed Jordan Catalano of his Biggest Lover of Flannel title. Upon being asked how he felt about the upset, Jordan just shrugged.
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Speaking of men’s style reappropriated by women, offers up an alternative to traditional female formal wear by hitting the red carpet in not a gown but a slouchy white tuxedo.
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We already know that the hard-to-wear material is at the top of fall shopping list, but she’s not the only one loving the plush fabric. is apparently also a fan.
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Maybe it’s because he is forced to wear so little in the pool, but Ryan Lochte sure likes to wear quite a lot of jewelry out of the water. Here, he proudly displays his statement ring, bracelet and necklace.
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Ugly Betty wore one to her first day of work, but Olivia Wilde improves (at least, slightly) upon the style, stepping out in a $475 gray MiH one. We’ll let you decide if it’s totally fabulous or a fashion fail, but one thing is for certain: The poncho definitely looks cozy.
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Apparently, wants to be ready to jump on a motorcycle at a moment’s notice. We’ll give the woman one thing, though: She’s not afraid to be herself.
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CROPPED, FLARED DENIM
Want to appear instantly shorter and wider? Look no further than bootcut jeans that hit mid-calf. We love flares and we love cropped pants, but in this case, two rights make a super-unflattering wrong.
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Breaking news: OneTeaspoon black-and-animal-print skinny jeans are currently seeking treatment for split personality disorder.
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You don’t need to be dating the captain of the football team to walk around in the letterman look, as demonstrates with her black-and-white jacket.
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KIMONOS FOR DAY
And here we were thinking that sheer robes were meant for the bedroom only. But Shenae Grimes gets more mileage out of her For Love & Lemons floral-print piece by throwing it on outside of the boudoir over shorts and a tank.
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Forget updating your relationship status on Facebook. You can just let the world know you’re in love the way does: by wearing cutesy shades featuring two hearts.
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Ah yes, because sometimes you just can’t wait for colder temps to break out your overalls. Alexa Chung continues to take fashion risks (and find creative ways to get her denim fix) by wearing a shrunken pair to a screening in N.Y.C.’s Lower East Side, one of the few places you can get away with the look.
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HEAD-TO-TOE ANIMAL PRINT
She is woman, hear her roar, in a print too big to ignore. taps into her animal instincts in a killer three-piece jaguar-patterned outfit.
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Distressed jean shorts are one thing. The shredded ones wears that look like the scratch post belonging to a very aggressive house cat are something else altogether.
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could wear a potato sack and probably still look feminine and gorgeous, but many people critiqued her wedding dress choice for looking too childish because of the in-between length of the A-line gown.
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Certain fringe looks are obviously bad (we’re looking at you, Katherine Heigl), but others, like gray boots, toe the line between boho-cool and over-the-top.
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Let’s take a momentary break from discussing the sparkler on finger and instead discuss the sparkle down her rear.
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BUTTON-DOWN SHIRT DRESSES
Business casual meets bedtime chic! ‘s super-long shirt dress looks more like a nightgown than something you’d wear during daylight hours. Even her animal-print flats could pass as slippers.
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Not quite as extreme as those high-low mullet dresses that were so ubiquitous last year, Kerry Washington’s pretty Oscar de la Renta creation features a train in back and a hemline in front raised just enough to showcase her heels.
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Most moms-to-be start collecting cotton snap onesies printed with ducks or bunnies, but is into another sort of onesie: a sheer, collared button-down top affixed to pleated formal pants.
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No one can accuse of being cruel to animals with her voluminous faux fur mint Skaist Taylor topper, but only you can decide if the reality star is being cruel to our eyes.
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Urban cowgirl doubles down on denim, pairing a chambray shirt with faded AG Adriano Goldschmied jeans, but avoids a home-on-the-range vibe by adding a bunch of cool bangles and a glam red lip.
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PRINT ON PRINT ON PRINT
While everyone else is still getting used to combining stripes and florals, print-mixing PhD candidate ups the ante in a flowery coat, worn over a multicolor abstract Mary Katrantzou dress with snakeskin Jean-Michel Cazabat pumps.
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A leopard can’t change his spots, but Alessandra Ambrésio proves she can, swapping out last season’s ubiquitous leopard-print jeans for gray-and-cream animal stripes.
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Savvy moms like know that you should never travel without games for your kids. Which is why we assume she wore this Louis Vuitton black-and-white sheath, which doubles as a chess or checkerboard, or even a NASCAR flag.
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Suburban Stepford wives never wore pearls like this. pairs her multistrand choker with some very opulent vintage Chanel sunglasses from Depuis 1924.
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What time is it? Hammertime! And don’t just take word for it. We’ve seen a bunch of other women strutting their stuff in baggy-at-the-thighs, fitted-at-the-calves pants.
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No, it’s not the new Mercy. It’s just latest winter accessory, which has influence written all over it.
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THE CAVEWOMAN CUT
That’s what we’re dubbing this seemingly loincloth-inspired hemline, spotted on Victoria Justice’s strapless black mini.
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It take a lot of guts – and a lot of double-stick tape – to pull off (or rather, to stay in) a dress with as many cutouts on the torso as mini has.
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We are never, ever getting … over the fact that wears knee-highs with her lace-up flats and mini.
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THE DOUBLE SLIT
Two is better than one? We’re inclined to believe it since fashionista Jamie Chung rarely has a style misstep. Plus, legs this hot were not meant to be covered up.
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We fell hard for this ivory Donna Karan Atelier ensemble as soon as we spotted it on Homeland’s Morena Baccarin, but it’s certainly a bold move, especially for a red carpet newbie.
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If you can’t take the heat, get out of the hot pants. Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi clearly can take it, though, because she struts about in an ultra-short maroon pair over tights.
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THIGH-HIGH LEATHER BOOTS
Not only is back to wearing leggings as pants, but she’s also sporting over-the-knee (and over-the-top) boots that walk a fine line between femme fatale and fashion fail.
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BLING WITH BIKINIS
Brandy gets more mileage out of her jewelry by following in Rihanna’s fashion footsteps and wearing dangling earrings, bangles and an intricate crisscross necklace-like piece to the beach.
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Perhaps picked up this look back when she was playing Johnny Cash’s wife (the singer was fond of the buttoned-up style).
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CRUSHED VELVET TURTLENECKS
Fashion really is cyclical: The same top we wore for the Christmas pageant back in middle school is now hot again. At least Mena Suvari seems to think so.
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If we say “Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice!”, will he appear and take these pants away?
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Question: Can they still be referred to as pants if they’re transparent? Follow-up question: Are all the tailors in Hollywood on strike?
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All the comfort of a basketball sneaker, but all the heightening effects of a heel. wears her black laces-and-Velcro pair over jeans but we’ve seen them with everything from dresses to shorts too.
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While everyone else was buzzing over Kesha’s platinum blonde locks, we were busy staring at that other thing on her head … her $160 Joanna Laura Constantine Swarovski crystal ear ornament.
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SWEATS & HEELS
Finally! We’ve been waiting for someone to make gray sweatpants office-appropriate, and Ali Larter does just that by teaming her Stylestalker pair with a silk tank and pointy-toe pumps.
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Just when we were starting to get comfortable with the ubiquitousness of black leather, goes and takes it to the next level, donning this second-skin studded Isabel Marant mini that looks positively ’80s-inspired.
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We can understand why wears skintight ensembles (she has one of the most killer bodies in Hollywood, after all), but we’ll never understand why she insists on keeping her paper shredder in her closet with all her clothes