The Desperate Housewives ends on a high (and hot!) note with a sizzling red Ann Taylor sheath – in her signature silhouette – accessorized with a mirrored clutch and black pumps for the series’ finale party in Hollywood.
All hail the floral maxi! The blue-and-purple frock is universally flattering and instantly goes from low key to evening appropriate with accessories like her cream handbag and Sutra diamond round earrings.
You can’t mix red and pink? The actress knows that is a style rule meant to be broken, pulling off the pairing in her Honor ensemble by keeping the rest of her look simple with black pumps and a delicate cuff.
Another easy-to-pull-off take on a tricky trend: mix together contrasting brights, like the singer’s cobalt blazer and magenta pumps, by putting a simple piece in between (like her black-and-white dress).
The knows how to pack a retro punch into an understated outfit. By accenting her striped navy-and-white dress with red accessories, like a Lauren Merkin bag (and a matching pout, natch!), Taylor makes a major impact without looking like she s trying too hard.
Who knew pulling off high-waist trousers could be such a cinch! Adding a blue Lisa Ho belt to her seafoam Milly trousers and topping off the look with a cowl-neck ivory halter (plus jewels by Pomellato and Jacqueline Nerguizian), is a clear style idol.
For the opening of N.Y.C.’s Joe Fresh flagship store, the model proves that bold orange can be feminine – even ladylike – with a ribbon-bedecked Chloé dress, belted and worn with beige leather accessories.
The doubles down on spring trends, combining – floral prints and patterned pants (her outfit is head-to-toe Tory Burch). If you’re going to follow in Jessica’s fashionable footsteps, keep your ensemble from looking too precious or busy by adding one edgy piece (leather bomber, anyone?) and minimal accessories.
Looking effortlessly cool, Rosie pairs whitewashed Pierre Balmain denim and a striped tank with an unexpected forest green handbag and Westward\\Leaning sunglasses. Follow her lead by using colorful accessories to update the classic warm-weather look.
Allow us to introduce you to your new favorite warm-weather uniform: A crisp white boyfriend blazer over a deep-V tee and an eye-catching statement skirt (hers is AllSaints) will turn so many heads, you’ll never want to change!
LWDs are going to be everywhere this spring, so make sure you stand out from the crowd by choosing one with a fun accent, like ruffles, as does. Follow her lead and glam up the dress with brown accessories like peep-toe pumps and a structured shoulder bag.
The queen of print-mixing holds onto her title in a Diane von Furstenberg dress that features both black and white polka dots, plus a graphic clutch. Her secret to pulling it off without looking too busy? Sticking to just two colors and keeping the rest of her accessories minimal.
After making a feathery entrance at the Met Gala, tones down her look and steps out in a midcalf teal Roland Mouret dress with a curve-defining belt. She adds her signature edge to the ladylike ensemble with hoop earrings and gold cap-toe pumps.
The goes to great lengths in a cream-colored Roland Mouret dress that would look equally chic as an LWD mini. We especially love her sequin clutch, which is classic yet still youthful, thanks to the stripes.
The lets her ruffle-accented Giambattista Valli LWD (one of this week’s hot trends!) take center stage by pairing it with understated accessories (black pumps and a watch) for a celebration at Audrey Hepburn Children’s House in New Jersey.
The star’s Coachella style works even if you’re not headed to a concert. The bright, loose sundress (hers is AG Adriano Goldschmied) gets pulled together with a wide belt, ankle-wrap sandals and a chain-strap bag.
The loves herself some bright jeans, trying one of spring’s hottest trends in every color of the rainbow. She gets playful with the palette, mixing a turquoise Sanctuary pair with a tiered white top and hot pink blazer.