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Freida Pinto, and Ginnifer Goodwin are hardly mellow in yellow, embracing the neon trend in a big way and adding contrast to the bold hue with black accents.
CHUNKY PEEP-TOE BOOTIES
, Khloé Kardashian and Zoë Saldana are hoofing it around town, wearing the statement-making heavy boot style with contrasting girlie dresses and jean shorts.
, Olivia Wilde and Cobie Smulders give their outfits an extra cinch with a wide belt fastened by two buckles for a look that’s equal parts hipster and preppy.
WHITE ANKLE-ZIP JEANS
, and give the sweet summer staple a little edge with an exposed zipper at the ankle.
Olivia Wilde, Kourtney Kardashian and Julianne Moore show three very different ways to rock the retro trend, from all-out glam to a more conservative, ladylike take.
, Shay Mitchell and Dita Von Teese are dressed to kilt in their sexy versions of the tweedy print.
, and get knotty in their bondage-inspired lace-up sandals, which can be flirty or fierce depending on the outfit.
, Jayma Mays and Nina Dobrev wear the summery color with confidence, adding heels to further the leg-lengthening effect and keeping their tops cute and casual.
PETER PAN COLLARS
Alexa Chung, Brooklyn Decker and Naya Rivera put their own spin on schoolgirl chic, whether playing it straight with tweedy accessories or amping up the sex appeal with cutouts and glam heels.
CITRUS-HUED LEATHER DRESSES
From tangerine to blood orange, blonde bombshells , Brooklyn Decker and Elizabeth Banks hit the red carpet in formfitting leather looks that were as hot as their fiery hues.
Sunshine, meet high-shine: , and go for all-out glam in bedazzled shades.
SEQUINED STRIPED MINIS
Paula Abdul, Nicky Hilton and Camila Alves give the nautical trend a twist by picking blinged-out versions of navy, gold and black stripes.
, and Stacy Keibler show that it’s easy adding green to any ensemble, pairing their gemlike clutches with ruffles, prints and sparkles.
, Teresa Palmer and Lily Collins mix naughty with nice, picking LBDs topped with bold, strappy leather corsetry.
Nicky Hilton, and sport one of fall’s hottest shoe trends by bringing out the wild side of the normally sedate style.
See ya, skinny jeans! Bar Refaeli, and take a wide stance, wearing their breezy, full-leg pants for more formal occasions.
The classic style gets a sexy update in the looks worn by , Kelly Osbourne and Emmy Rossum, who show off their shapes in sleek leather dresses.
LACY RED DRESSES
Long sleeves and conservative hemlines help temper the sultry factor of the red lace frocks worn by , Jayma Mays and Rosario Dawson.
TEA-LENGTH FLARED DRESSES
The trumpet hem and unusual length on the dresses of , Vera Farmiga and Olivia Wilde give their cocktail looks a fun, flouncy kick.
CROCHETED WHITE MINIS
Emma Roberts, and Elle Fanning stay in the loop with one of young Hollywood’s hottest trends: sweet crocheted minis, made fall-appropriate with long sleeves.
, Cheryl Burke and Jessica Lowndes achieve maximum impact with their Day-Glo heels by pairing them with otherwise neutral outfits.
, and Victoria Justice think pink and red in fall’s hottest – and boldest – variation on the colorblocking trend.
Glee girls Dianna Agron, Heather Morris and Jayma Mays try on the short-in-front, long-in-back “mullet hem” trend by choosing styles that wrap in the front and cascade from there.
, Shenae Grimes and Nicky Hilton say bye-bye to blazers, choosing to top their ensembles with draped, wide-sleeved printed tops instead.
Make no bones about it: , and expose the secret to a great shape by putting their visible corsetry on display.
Marisa Tomei, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain bring the vibrant hue to the red carpet, letting their golden gowns take center stage with simple hair and accessories.
Jenna Ushkowitz, Evan Rachel Wood and Chloë Moretz give their outfits a funky twist by adding a tiny topper in a retro style.
, and try three different takes on the Plymouth-inspired style, ranging from sequins to sweater dresses.
Yes, it’s true: Shenae Grimes, Zoë Saldana and Rashida Jones are bringing back the trend, taking jewelry to a whole new level – floor level – with sparkly anklets.
PERFORATED LEATHER DRESSES
Hailee Steinfeld, and Zoë Kravitz pick traditional leather sheaths that are a cut above and feature elaborately detailed, perforated designs.
LADYLIKE HIGHLIGHTER YELLOW
Giving a gracious spin to the Day-Glo trend, Abigail Breslin, and Nikki Reed choose hot yellow dresses in superfeminine shapes.
Simple dresses get a sexy makeover thanks to exposed-zipper detailing in the front, as worn by Cat Deeley, Hilary Swank and Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Olivia Wilde, and put their own spin on baring a hint skin in otherwise modest frocks.
Worn with flats, pumps or boots, Busy Philipps, and Kat Dennings inspire envy in their shimmering green versions of the ladylike staple.
, and put their own twists on schoolgirl-chic skirts, whether traditional or jazzed up.
Cat Deeley, Dianna Agron and AnnaLynne McCord look ready for a bit of swashbuckling in their unbuckled, unlaced boots – paired with minis or formfitting pants.
Amber Heard, Olivia Munn and prove you don’t have to show tons of skin to be sexy – in these curve-hugging, floor-length gowns, all it takes to turn heads is great posture and tons of confidence!
BLACK-LAPEL WHITE BLAZERS
Jill Zarin, and Rose McGowan are a study in contrasts, showing the versatility of this menswear staple with looks ranging from formal to super-casual.
COLORFUL LEATHER TRENCHES
, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley update the sedate fall staple with a sexy fabric and bold, bright hue.
, La La Anthony and try the exotic trend, wrapping their foreheads in the gilded style as an accessory for everything from gowns to trousers.
EXAGGERATED BELL SLEEVES
Michelle Trachtenberg, Estelle and Angie Harmon make a serious entrance in their ultra-glam ensembles complete with oversize swinging bell cuffs.
SPARKLING BLUSH GOWNS
, and Elisabetta Canalis shine in sequin-strewn, ethereal pink gowns.
BLAZERS AND MAXIS
Mixing bohemian chic with business casual, , and Rachel Zoe finish off their flowy dresses with tailored toppers.
, and Anna Faris opt for gowns with built-in wraparound scarf detailing, but bare plenty of arm.
, and update the always-classic blazer by using it to top sleek monochromatic ensembles.
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