Stripes & Stuff: Sarah Jessica Parker
This look is an inspired vision of Sarah Jessica Parker’s ensemble. Decked out in a striped sequin dress, and a crushed velvet blazer, it’s hard not be envious of these impeccable pieces. For the everyday girl, grab a striped dress in any length, and pair it with a coordinating blazer. Top it off with a matchy-matchy belt, a color coordinated clutch, and minimal accessories.
Look for Less: Denim on Denim
Kate Bosworth works the Denim on Denim look perfectly in the photo featured here. For a style that’s steal-worthy, I’ve created a look with pieces all under $100. If you’re looking to rock the Denim on Denim look, make sure that your top and bottom are opposite ends of the spectrum for your denim hues. Pair it with suede ankle booties, and brown accents for a look that’s country strong, and of course, city chic.
Color for Christina: Christina Ricci
This look is a whole lot of color. Perfect for the spring season, Christina Ricci styles a pair of orange silk shorts with a simple top, and of course, pops of color. Pair these colors with neon accent pieces for a look that’s perfect for a night on the town. Also, if you’re up for showing some skin, pair your own pair of short shorts with sky high wedges, and a classic top.
Seeing Blue: Emma Watson
Navy is a must have hue for the spring season. Copy Emma Watson’s look with a pair of navy trousers, and a crisp white blouse. For those of us who aren’t daring enough to wear a pair a matching royal-blue heels, take your nude wedges to keep the look sophisticated and chic.
Jason Wu Blouse - $560, Hugo Navy Trousers - $270, Asos Royal Blue Pump - $98, Kotur Epsey Silver Clutch - $450, Hammered Cuff Bracelet - $550, Karen London Cleopatra Earrings - $95, H&M Silver Ring - $8
Style Crush: Elizabeth Olsen
She’s the newest It Girl…and she’s an Olsen (Double Swoon!). Ok, now that I’ve stopped drooling over Elizabeth, I guess I should mention how amazingly adorable this Fleetwood Mac inspired outfit is. Even though its a costume for her new film, I’m still obsessed with the whole look. Steal her style with these totally outrageous,and lust worthy items below.
Look for Less: Lauren Conrad
For those of us who grew up in the 90’s, you may know Lauren Conrad by her MTV pseudonym, LC. Now that Lauren has grown up out of the Laguna Beach, and moved over to the Hills, she’s become famous for another feat, her fashion sense. Copy this look with the items featured below for a style that’s tailored, and trendy.
Crazy for Color-blocking: Jessica Alba
The Color-blocking trend is all over the fashion pages. I’m not much of a color person, but I’m pretty envious of Jessica Alba’s effortless look featured here. For those of you who are willing to take the plunge, snag yourself a pair of tangerine red chino’s, a bright blue tank top, and accent it with black accessories, and a rich leather jacket. I also love the mustard yellow bag featured in this look, its the perfect pop of color to really make the outfit stand out in the crowd.
Nude Neutrals: Heidi Klum
As a supermodel, Heidi Klum can’t really do anything wrong (outfit-wise, that is). Here, she’s prepped for summer, wearing lots of neutrals, and accents of silver tones from her jewels, to the skinny belt. Steal the look by wearing a pair of white jeans, and a lacey top in a neutral color. Tie it all together with accent pieces in silver, and ice colored tones.
Seeing Green: Emma Stone
Spring is on it’s way, and I wanted to create a look that captured the essence of Emma Stone’s People’s Choice outfit. Leaning towards pastels, and corals, this dressed up look is both functional and chic. Mixing silver and gold jewels, with yummy coral accents, and sea-foam green nails adds lots of color to this minimalistic look. Steal the look by pairing your own colored blazer with an accent color that perfectly complements your skin tone.