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Here’s what’s on editors’ calendars in all caps on April 10: PETER SOM FOR KOHL’S. That’s when the designer’s all-under-$88 line goes on sale. And that’s when we plan to buy this button-down dress. While we never would have thought to style it with chunky moto boots like Kate’s Zadig & Voltaire pair, that’s how we’ll be wearing it on April 11.
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Skintight printed skirt and matching turtleneck crop top from Torn by Ronny Kobo, a statement hat and sky-high pumps for a basketball game? Guys, she does have a blazer on, so it’s totally acceptable.
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It took a lot of time to come to terms with our jealousy and get to a place where we’re able to talk about this photo, but we’re finally ready. Rosie gives us the best styling of an LWD (it’s Marios Schwab) we’ve seen in a while. The petal-pink blazer, patent pumps and classic satchel add a ladylike vibe to the sexy mini.
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Did we have any clue who Sam Faiers was before we Googled her name? Nope. Does that matter when she’s in such an adorable lemon crop top and matching midi, plus even more color via blue ankle-strap heels? Nope.
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Meet your spring uniform: a new silky printed dress ( is Isabel Marant), the denim jacket you’ve owned for years and a couple boho accessories. Just one note: Lose the white socks.
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We’re ready to have a conscious uncoupling with our parkas, and as soon as that happens, we’re getting together with a pink moto jacket like this J Brand one. It’s such a statement piece that a white button-down, jeans (hers are DL1961) and black accessories (her bag is Zadig & Voltaire) are the perfect add-ons, but since it costs over 1,000 bucks, we’ll probably wear this with, oh, everything.
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If we had space, we’d share the entire email chain between two editors gushing over ensemble. But we don’t, so we’ll just say that her flowy mocha-hued dress goes perfectly with a more structured animal-print jacket and camel heels. And her messy topknot adds just the right I-didn’t-try-too-hard vibe.
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What do you wear to a star-studded Sandro event in L.A.? Head-to-toe Sandro, duh. Hilary got the memo, and she stylishly teams something edgy – a leather moto – with something ultra-girlie – a white lace mini – for a look that appeals to us (not to mention the devil on one shoulder and the angel on the other).
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Allow us to clarify: Love her outfit … on her. Not everyone. But you’ve got to admit that Jaime nails the styling of her Thakoon Addition cropped sweater. When sporting such a shrunken top, high-waisted, classic pants are key, but accessories can be a bit more fun (see: her Kurt Geiger clutch, set of rings and those Charlotte Olympia kiss-embellished heels!).
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Silky printed pants (hers are Peter Som for Kohl’s and hit stores April 10!), semi-sheer tees and military jackets (like this one from Madewell) go together like peanut butter, jelly and Fluffernutter. And take note of how Jenna adds accessories that perfectly pick up two of the colors from her bottoms.
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If your “What to Wear Out” Pinterest board runneth over, but your “What to Wear to Work” board is lacking, here’s a picture to pin: in basic black and white separates that get elevated with a hot-pink top and ankle-strap sandals.
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Looking back at the genesis of this outfit, we have to give props to auto mechanics for launching such a cool trend with their blue jumpsuits. Of course, wears a feminine version (chambray, pegged cuffs, cinched waist, buttoned V-neckline) via her Sam & Lavi onesie and adds spring-y accessories: a Capwell + Co. necklace, a structured handbag and metallic sandals.
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Props to for sipping a red drink while wearing an off-white coat. But more importantly, props to her for taking the most basic, casual ensemble (jean shorts and a white top) and making it look sophisticated and high-fashion (thanks to the gorgeous Banana Republic trench and nude platforms).
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Here’s an example of something matchy-matchy that we likey-likey. Why, you might ask, do printed New York and Co. blazer and pants look cute as opposed to dowdy? It’s all in the styling: casual tee, high-fashion accessories and rolled-to-the-elbow sleeves.
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She’s not just the wearer of this outfit; she’s also the creator. The tucks a cheery Paper Crown tank into high waist cream Paper Crown shorts and adds LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s sandals, plus a camel-and-tan clutch and round sunnies. Cute honeymoon look (just sayin’).
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Yes, pastels and pretty florals are everywhere right now, but that doesn’t mean you have to rid your closet of vivid colors and graphic prints. The StyleWatch contributor goes bold in a Torn by Ronny Kobo crop top and flare mini, adding a houndstooth Alice + Olivia coat and leg-lengthening nude heels.
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Skinny jeans. Cutoffs. Leather miniskirt. Pleated midi. Those are just some of the bottoms we’d pair with Jaime’s Rag & Bone V-neck sweater. And since it’s so versatile, it might have to be our one big splurge of the season.
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The nails that whole “looking flawless without even trying” thing (jealous!) thanks to her cropped trousers, simple striped top, quilted Burberry jacket, Dolce & Gabbana top-handle bag and patent pumps.
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If you’re eager to let the ’90s back into your wardrobe, then you might want to order the actress’s $40 daisy-print LuLu’s dress. Top with some ankle booties and a leather bomber for a look that would make Cher Horowitz very proud.
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Bright orange dress. Leopard jacket. Big brunette waves. No, it’s not a member of the Kardashian family – it’s Emmy! The Shameless star does bombshell sooo right in her glam A.L.C. ensemble, and we’re taking notes.
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Two things that just skyrocketed to the top of your must-have list after staring at this photo of the : floral jeans (hers are Zara!) and a white leather jacket.
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Our Celeb Style Council member should teach a class on how to post the perfect #OOTD photo. Step one: Get awesome clothes like her sleek red Reese + Riley blazer, distressed jeans and statement tee. (P.S. Can someone invent an emoji for that jacket?)
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If Olivia and Gisele didn’t give you enough indication that we’re into florals for spring, here’s your next clue. Elle goes big with the blooms via her mini skirt and coordinating pumps, but plays down the busy factor by adding a solid soft-blue topper and white satchel.
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Ever wonder what people mean when they say it’s about the styling, not about the actual clothes? Nikki is the perfect example. On their own, the pieces she’s wearing are cute, but not crazy-special (striped ASOS pencil skirt, orange top, black blazer, white pumps and Kate Spade New York clutch), but the way she pulls it all together (right down to the I’m-too-cool-to-put-my-arms-in-sleeves move) is just so chic.
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Next time you’re trying to decide whether to get some accessory in goes-with-everything, practical basic black or a bolder color, pull up this photo on your phone. The actress’s bright Yosi Samra flats, structured bag and sunglasses instantly up the fun factor of her striped tee and black Yoana Baraschi skirt.
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For those occasions when you have to dress up but you don’t want to shave your legs or wiggle into tights (just bein’ real here), there’s the polished statement jumpsuit. wears her Elisabetta Franchi design with simple black accessories and minimal jewelry, the right choice when the color of the onesie is so attention-grabbing.
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Another star allergic to putting her arms through her blazer sleeves (it’s an epidemic), Mandy kills it in a sweetheart jumpsuit and avoids looking too disco by adding the pale-peach Max Mara topper and an ITA Collection clutch.
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It’s as if the Sandy from the beginning of Grease crossed with the Sandy from the end of Grease and the result is this edgy-meets-ladylike look: full skirt, dainty heels, badass bomber, statement bag, bold lip and smoky eye.
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If your closet had Netflix’s recommendation engine, it would say something like, “Because you like plaid button-down shirts, we suggest: plaid button-down dresses.” And you’d be smart to listen to your closet because looks so cool in her Steven Alan design, which avoids feeling home-on-the-range-ish thanks to a tailored blazer.
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We’re starting to sound like broken records with this phrase: Lupita wore an outfit we really like. Her style streak continues with a Veronica Beard tuxedo vest and shorts. We’d offer up tips on how to make the ensemble work, but it doesn’t really require any. Just put on, glance in mirror, nod approvingly.
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It’s hard to go wrong with all black and one pastel-hued item. In the case of the StyleWatch Style Council member, that one item is a blush blazer, but pale-blue or seafoam would work just as well. And a thousand times yasss to adding a smoky eye to the look.
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Here’s a great way to do the crop top thing without getting into cheesy/tacky/revealing territory, courtesy of Naomie in Calvin Klein Collection. Wear a simple one with a high-waisted, knee-length, not-too-tight skirt, then add a boyfriend blazer on top. Classic accessories will only help your cause.
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Bored to death of all your work dresses? Breath new life into them with the help of your personal stylist, Olivia. She adds a patterned blazer, thigh-high boots and a colorful BaubleBar necklace even non-socialites can afford.
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Our white jeans are hibernating in the back of the closet or in a bin under the bed, but after seeing how Cheryl styles hers, we’re digging them up. Two add-ons in the same pastel shade (a Club Monaco zip-up jacket and Givenchy sandals) make the denim skinnies feel surprisingly not-casual (hello, new work outfit).
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Speaking of lighting things on fire, looks like the supermodels had a bra-burning party, and we weren’t invited. That’s okay, we’ll throw our own. The two ladies (both in Burberry) are inspiring us to rock a formal boyfriend blazer without anything underneath. (They’re also inspiring us to start using Latisse on our brows.)
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For those of you who are not ready to ditch the bra, the How I Met Your Mother star offers a fun alternative way of making a blazer look sexy. She throws her teal metallic topper over a crisp navy button-down and J Brand coated skinnies.
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Sure, strapless jumpsuits are everywhere, but when you pick a version in white and pair it with classic accessories like neutral pumps and a box clutch (as our Celeb Style Council member expertly does), the onesie feels fresh and not done-a-million-times.
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When you’re wearing a coat as freaking fabulous as the mixed-media blush Katie Ermilio design, it doesn’t really matter what you wear underneath. Seriously, we’d have picked this look even if she had on yoga pants, sneakers and a gym bag, not faded Frame skinnies, white Aldo pumps and an amazing bronze Marni crossbody.
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Probably the hardest thing about wearing printed pants is figuring what to pair with them so as to avoid looking like a wallpaper swatch book exploded on you. knows the key: Go for solids that pick up shades from the bottoms (hers are Parker).
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We were already on the verge of setting our tights drawer up in flames, and thanks to Olivia, we’re about to light the match. The fashionable star shows the right way to go stocking-free in the chilly weather, pairing her knee-length leather Reiss skirt with a black turtleneck, Boda military jacket and oxblood pumps.
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We’re seeing tons of black and white on the runways, and – no surprise here – Olivia is already wearing now what the rest of the country will be wearing come fall. Since the duo-chromatic look has potential to be a snoozefest, stick to pieces with interesting patterns or details (see: her honeycomb Tibi sweater, racing stripe Hudson jeans and lace-up Giorgio Armani heels).
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Jaime (and every other heels-wearing woman in the world) knows that at some point, the pumps are coming off. Which is why we so appreciate a polished look that works just as well with casual kicks. A mini skirt means your legs won’t look stumpy even in flats and a moto jacket (hers is Rebecca Minkoff) is the right mix of edgy and fashionable so it teams well with just about any footwear.
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Can’t. Stop. Double. Tapping. The Celeb Style Council member posted an Insta that makes us wonder how we’ve survived this long without a cream faux fur coat. As soon as we order ours, we’re pairing it with a matching mini and ankle-strap heels just like her.
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Usually we want nothing to do with things that slither, but the snake-print Diane von Furstenberg skirt has us thinking twice. She keeps focus on the pattern by opting for a black knit sweater, but glams it up with some studded Alaïa boots and spiky jewelry.
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The ladies behind Dannijo jewelry have a saying: “Put a bib on it.” And that’s exactly what we want to do after seeing in the brand’s sparkly statement necklace, which instantly elevates her laid-back white shirt and Parker pants (and would do the same with jeans and any casual top).
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We had to zoom in to confirm that yes, this really is despite the decidedly not-girl-next-door attire. Her leather zip-up, distressed Koral skinnies, studded Isabel Marant booties and hipster hat are inspiring us to pull a style 180 too, just to shake things up.
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All black everything is totally acceptable (even for non-New Yorkers), especially when the pieces are on-trend, like leather The Row pencil skirt and crop top. She balances out the off-the-moment-ness of the look with classics including a Givenchy trench and black pumps.
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Instead of whining about the cold temps (that would be what we do), the Celeb Style Council member makes the most of it by adding some cozy pieces to a denim button-down and leather pants: a black-and-white coat with half leather sleeves and a bright-red beanie.
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Here’s a little secret for you: The slimmest looking part of anyone’s stomach is what’s showing on Olivia in this photo. Hence the fact that crop tops (like her shrunken tee) are almost always paired with high-waist bottoms (she’s in a simple black midi). There, you’re welcome, you can skip the crunches tonight.
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It’s really hard to make sports apparel look cute, but manages to do just that, sporting a Denver Broncos pom-pom hat with her two-tone Fay coat to show her support for her home team ahead of Sunday’s Superbowl.
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We imagine that the has an entire closet dedicated solely to casual-cute separates like these black coated Paige skinnies and bright blue printed short-sleeve Sea blouse (worn with the Saint Laurent Mini Sac du Jour).
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Most jumpsuits are girl hot, but the Finders Keepers version, with its low neckline, is the perfect example of one your boyfriend will appreciate. We’re also taking note of how she styles it with a white blazer, which is a chic alternative to black.
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The official StyleWatch Friday uniform consists of a chambray shirt and black jeans, but thanks to this young star, we’ll be trying the look with tan bottoms instead (hers are by Koral).
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“In my next pregnancy, can I look just like ? That’d be great, thanks!” the actress tweeted earlier in the week. We happen to think you look pretty cute yourself, Busy. Now can we please borrow that Rebecca Minkoff bag?