Lifestyle Style Would You Wear These Trends? Sarah Jessica Parker, Brooklyn Decker and more are showing off the latest looks – but are they for you, too? Vote now! By Alex Apatoff Alex Apatoff Instagram Twitter Alex Apatoff is the Executive Editor of PEOPLE Digital. She has been with the brand for more than a decade, holding various roles on the Style and Beauty team before becoming the site's Lifestyle Director to coordinate the work across the commerce, evergreen, features and marketing teams. Prior to her role at PEOPLE, Alex worked at Us Weekly (where, among other things, she oversaw the Fashion Police pages) and graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelors in Journalism. People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 22, 2012 10:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 37 MATCHING CUFFS Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty; Humberto Carreno/Startraks; Dave M. Benett/Getty Giving new meaning to the term “golden handcuffs,” , Brooklyn Decker and Eva Green wear identical oversize bracelets on each wrist and pair them with dresses that range from simple to head-turning. 02 of 37 RED PLAID JACKETS Zelig Shaul/ACE/INF; AKM-GSI; National Photo Group Once reserved for lumberjacks and Brooklyn hipsters, cozy plaid toppers have been seen on ladylike stars , and , who take the look into girlie territory with flowy shapes, lighter fabrics and big buttons. 03 of 37 SIDE SPLITS Jennifer Graylock/AP; Amanda Edwards/Getty; Greg Allen/Rex USA Jenna Ushkowitz, Krysten Ritter and Cobie Smulders show a little skin in an unexpected way – by flaunting their toned abs with cutouts along the side. 04 of 37 OPEN-TOE BOOTS DD/TC/WENN; Denis Castro/Beverly News; Billy Farrell/BFAnyc/Sipa The weather won’t commit, so why should you? Enjoy the warmth of a boot with the flirtatiousness of a pedi-revealing shoe, just like , and have done lately. 05 of 37 PRINTED SILK PANTS Gregorio T. Binuya/Everett; Munawar Hosain/Startraks; Andrea Renault/Polaris Patterned pants and jeans have been on everyone’s legs this season, but the silky texture and sophisticated cuts of the styles sported by Solange Knowles, and elevate the trend even more. 06 of 37 GOWNS WITH OVERCOATS Lamparski/Wireimage; Buxo/Splash News Online; Kambouris/Wireimage No longer relegating their toppers to the coat check, , and Leelee Sobieski have covered their gowns with long, formal overcoats while strolling the red carpet. 07 of 37 POINTY PINK PUMPS JCalderon/Splash News Online; AKM-GSI; Katy Winn/AP One surefire way to add even more sex appeal to a curve-hugging cocktail dress: Take a cue from , and Rose McGowan and slip into hot pink, pointy-toe heels, which are suddenly evening-appropriate. 08 of 37 WEDGE SNEAKERS Bauer-Griffin; AKM-GSI; Felipe Ramales/Pacific Coast News Not just for the gym anymore, these sporty kicks with built-in heels are popping up on , and , who pair the sneaks with everything but workout wear. 09 of 37 BLUE SUITS Jerritt Clark/Wireimage; X17online; Gregory Pace/Beimages This isn’t your average navy power suit. La La Anthony, Lucy Hale and have all stepped out wearing jacket-and-pant ensembles in varying shades of the hue, in cuts ranging from relaxed to all-business. 10 of 37 STAR PRINTS Fox/Getty; Ramey; INF You don’t have to be a celebrity to show that you’re a star! Just don a celestial print in styles ranging from seriously glam () to super-casual (, ). 11 of 37 YELLOW PUMPS UPI/Keizo Mori/Landov; James Devaney/WireImage; X17online From Day-Glo to mustard, Brooklyn Decker, and wear the tricky hue as an accent to their outfits. 12 of 37 GRAPHIC MAXIS WITH MOTO JACKETS Ramey; Sorena Armani/Abaca; Michael Bezjian/WireImage Great style is black-and-white for Olivia Wilde, and Maria Menounos, who layer their two-tone print dresses with cool leather toppers. 13 of 37 PIPED RACERBACK LBDS Jordan Strauss/Wireimage; Steve Granitz/Wireimage; Don Arnold/Wireimage Taylor Schilling, Carey Mulligan and Naomi Watts show off their shoulders and add some visual interest to their simple black frocks by picking pieces with contrasting trim along the halter. 14 of 37 DRESSED-UP OXFORDS Ann Porter/Broadimage; Humberto Carreno/Startraks; Dara Kushner/INF Cool girls have been pairing their brogues with jeans for a while, but the menswear-inspired shoes are now making their way onto the red carpet with skirts and formal shorts, as seen on , Olivia Palermo and Rashida Jones. 15 of 37 TIE-DYE JEANS Brabus/Pacific Coast News; Rex USA; INF , Elle Macpherson and Minka Kelly join the pants party in tailored tie-dye jeans that are more polished than hippie. 16 of 37 STIFF-BRIM HATS Gulko/Dessalles/Abaca; Thelonius/Splash News Online; Guillermo Bosch/INF , and Elizabeth Olsen add some retro flair to their modern outfits by donning wide-brimmed, formal toppers. 17 of 37 YELLOW PLEATED MAXIS Jonathan Leibson/Filmmagic; Birdie Thompson/AdMedia/Retna; Moses Robinson/Getty Michelle Williams, Kaley Cuoco and Gabrielle Union stand out in the sunny shade. Their floor-length numbers vary in style, but all feature feminine pleats. 18 of 37 CASUAL COLLARS Sam Sharma/Pacific Coast News; Survivor/Pacific Coast News; INF Metallic-collar necklaces have been around for a bit, but Stacy Keibler, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley give theirs an unexpected spin by pairing the dressy accessory with more low-key ensembles. 19 of 37 TWO-PIECE DRESSES Steve Granitz/Wireimage; Jason Merritt/Getty; JB Lacroix/Wireimage , and AnnaLynne McCord ring in spring by flaunting a toned strip of midriff in their bustier-style tops and skirts ranging from mini to maxi. 20 of 37 SADDLE BAGS AKM-GSI; Denis Castro/Beverly News; Ramey Olivia Wilde, and Kristen Bell pick pretty, preppy versions of this season’s wear-everywhere cross-body bag, opting for saddle-style versions in rich cognac leather. 21 of 37 PAJAMA STYLE Rex USA; Beretta/Sims/Startraks; Charles Eshelman/Filmmagic They may look like PJs, but these styles are hardly a snooze: Florence Welch, and Rashida Jones step out in allover-print two-pieces that certainly make a statement. 22 of 37 VELVET CHOKERS Desiree Navarro/Everett; Ben Gabbe/WireImage; Splash News Online Drama queens Chloë Moretz, Emmy Rossum and give the blast-from-the-past necklace a 2012 update, choosing bold, black velvet chokers to accompany their high-octane dresses. 23 of 37 WAIST-TIED SHIRTS Splash News Online; Neil Mockford/FilmMagic; NPG Perpetually fashion-forward stars , and Rooney Mara seem to be looking backward – to 1992 – when taking cues for their ensembles: button-downs tied at the waist. 24 of 37 CROCHET WHITE TOPS Trovarelli/AKM-GSI; 310Pix; Ramey , and play peekaboo in loose-knit sweaters – perfect for chilly spring nights. 25 of 37 CUFFED DENIM SHORTS A slightly dressier alternative to classic cutoffs, rolled-up denim worn at any length (long on , short on and medium-length on ) is a cute, casual transition style for spring. 26 of 37 SLIM GOLD BELTS Larry Busacca/Getty; David Fisher/Rex USA; Jon Kopaloff/Filmmagic Encircling the slim-fitting gowns of Paz Vega, Petra Nemcova and , delicate metallic belts add waist-defining polish in a subtle and glamorous way. 27 of 37 RED WITH PINK Tommaso Boddi/Wireimage; Jason Merritt/Getty; Hope Demarche/Splash News Online Molly Sims, Helen Mirren and Malin Akerman each take a bright turn, pairing the supersaturated Valentine’s Day hues in an unexpected way for especially eye-catching evening wear. 28 of 37 TWO-TONE MARY JANES John Shearer/Getty; Landov; Jim Ruymen/Landov The cream pumps , and Rashida Jones wear are ultra-feminine, but the black accents at the ankle and heel give the shoes a little unexpected toughness. 29 of 37 MAXIS & MOTO JACKETS Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic; Vivien Killilea/WireImage; Limelight Pictures Three ladies known for mixing things up stylewise – , and – give their cool-girl leather toppers a girlie twist over romantic, flowing skirts. 30 of 37 HOT-PINK SHEATHS Theo Wargo/NBC/Getty; Byron Purvis/AdMedia' Justin Campbell/StarTraks Stacy Keibler, Viola Davis and Debra Messing are the bold and beautiful stars stepping out in traffic-stopping magenta dresses, which are totally daytime appropriate thanks to toned-down accessories and a longer length. 31 of 37 WHITE FURRY COATS Ramey; Splash News Online (2) Fuzzy toppers have been a big trend this winter, so naturally, fashionistas , and Rachel Zoe take the look to the next level with über-glam snow-white versions. 32 of 37 CAP-TOE HEELS Owen Hoffmann/PatrickMcMullan.com/Sipa; David Fisher/Rex; Ian Kaufman/Broadimage Alexa Chung, and Doutzen Kroes are dangerously sexy in their metal-tipped, pointed pumps. 33 of 37 GEOMETRIC NECKLINES Giulio Marcocchi/Sipa; Peter Kramer/AP; John Shearer/Getty Lake Bell, Mary J. Blige and frame their décolletage in curve-hugging minis that feature plunging, spiky styling. 34 of 37 ORANGE GOWNS Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic; Tammie Arroyo/AFF-USA; Jon Kopaloff/Filmmagic Here’s the juice: Gorgeous bright orange gowns are all over the red carpet, seen on stars like , and Julie Bowen. Note: This look requires neutral makeup and a ton of confidence! 35 of 37 CONTRASTING SHOES Jon Furniss/Wireimage; Harry Pluviose/Retna; Splash News Online Carey Mulligan, Jessica Chastain and are trying the color-blocking trend in a more moderate way, pairing bright dresses and coats with equally eye-catching – though not at all matching – footwear. 36 of 37 RED PANTS WITH BLACK BLAZERS John Parra/Wireimage; Jennifer Graylock/JPI; Stephen Lovekin/Getty White tops and fitted black jackets lend an all-business air to the tomato-red trousers worn by , Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Kelly Bensimon.Vote on More Star Style Trends! > 37 of 37 SIDE SPLITS Jennifer Graylock/AP; Amanda Edwards/Getty; Greg Allen/Rex USA Jenna Ushkowitz, Krysten Ritter and Cobie Smulders show a little skin in an unexpected way – by flaunting their toned abs with cutouts along the side.