Wearing the off-the-shoulder trend is hardly a new thing, but this summer it has become more popular than ever. Why do people (and celebs) love it so much?
Want to know how to be the style star of the party? Wear a great dress! Take your cue from these lovely ladies, who are each pushing the boundaries of fashion in new and unique ways with their fabulous frocks.
We typically turn to celebrities for street style inspiration but sometimes they just get it all wrong. Here are some major celebrity style missteps!
This year’s CFDA Awards came fast and furiously. And while I was expecting to be floored by the CFDA Awards fashion, it was more like shock than anything else. In the past, we’ve seen risk-taking in full effect. This year, the risk taking seemed to be a bit more subdued in favor of strange colors (yellow?), strange silhouettes (what’s going on there Olivia?) and strange fabrics (Diane Kruger??)
The celebrity fashion at the Billboard Music Awards ran the gamut from amazing to horrid. Who made our best and worst dressed lists? Find out!
Mastering the color blocking trend does not come naturally to many, but these celebrities seem to get it right almost every time.
From Paris Jackson’s super casual look to Taraji P.’s metallics, the stars brought out their best statement attire and super risky looks ran the gamut. Let’s check out the MTV Movie & TV Awards fashion best and worst dressed celebrities.
Fashion magazines often say celebrity trendsetters are established by their ability to take risks. In my opinion, however, celebrity trendsetters are created through an ability to own what he/she wears and to make it look effortless.
Was this the wackiest Met Gala yet? Quite possibly. We know that the Met Gala, or “Fashion Prom” as some magazines have called, is one of the biggest fashion events of the year and more importantly it’s the biggest event when it comes to fashion risk-taking. We were on the hunt for the Met Gala 2017 best dressed celebrities. This…
It’s a fact. Sometimes celebrities go a little overboard with their wardrobe. Maybe it’s because their position in society makes them feel comfortable enough to take risks. Maybe it’s because they actually like what they are putting on and think the rest of the world can get on board. Whatever the reason, we’ve seen some major celebs in some, shall we say, QUESTIONABLE fashion choices.
“Life is too short to wear boring dresses.” – OK so the statement is actually “Life is too short to wear boring clothes” and it was stated by fashion design team Cushnie et Ochs. But we’re here to talk about dresses, and the glamorous celebrities who wear them. It’s not merely just about LBDs anymore. A great dress is the…
Remember her days of blonde hair and bubblegum pop? Of cargo pants, skateboarders, and hair in messy knots? We noticed the celebrity style evolution of Mandy Moore.
The 89th Annual Academy Awards Red Carpet Fashion: Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Halle Berry, Taraji P. Henson, Emma StoneFebruary 27, 2017
Political statements and media mistakes aside, what was there to take away from this year’s Academy Awards? Many of the star power names didn’t show (OK, Natalie Portman had a good reason but where were all the big name presenters?) and many of the stars that did show up left bland impressions on the red carpet. As for The 89th Annual Academy Awards red carpet fashion, boring gowns ran the gamut, with the biggest trends being black, white, and more black.
Is New York Fashion Week dead? That’s debatable, but the celebrities are still showing up! Do they want to see the fashion? Are they getting paid to be there? Nobody knows. And you know what, nobody cares either. A fair share of A-listers (and a whole lot of B, C, and D-listers) were in the front row of major shows like Prabal Gurung, Michael Kors, and Calvin Klein at New York Fashion Week. Let’s check out the New York Fashion Week Fall ’17 front row celebrity fashion.
Black on black on black. Sounds like the easiest style to carry off, right? Maybe, it is. But if you don’t pair the right pieces in your black on black ensemble, you’ll just look like a Gothic black mess.