If businessmen are so sick of wearing ties, perhaps they should consider doing as (in Emilio Pucci) does and wear a sheer tie-shaped panel instead. Way sexier and has the added bonus of looking like an upside-down exclamation point.
There’s a reason the jingle goes, “Who wears short-shorts?” and not, “Who wears conservative, knee-length shorts?” But chooses sensible over sexy in a white pair, then goes out on another style limb by adding a d.RA peplum top and a clutch that makes the word “oversize” seem like an understatement.
wears a Jonathan Saunders dress and proves that two rights might very well make a wrong, combining a couple of trends we love (leg-baring slits and see-through detailing) to play peekaboo with her left leg.
For the record, we think Ashley Greene and every other woman can wear whatever they want to the gym, but we’re really hoping doesn’t adopt this cap style for everyday wear and make it the next trucker hat.
Remember the old days when you had to get just the right bra for your fancy dresses, often trying half a dozen before you found one that didn’t show? declares that a waste of time and pairs visible lacy lingerie with a revealing gown.
We knew we never should have gotten rid of our jazz recital costumes! Kelly Osbourne brings back the pants but wears them as we never did during our performances – with stacked pumps and a blazer and over nothing but a bra.
Now that cutouts and thigh-grazing slits are as commonplace as skinny jeans, the unique way to show some skin on the red carpet is via this mid-leg slash, as seen on Marion Cotillard’s Dior Haute Couture creation.
The ’90s were a good decade for (she starred on the All New Mickey Mouse Club and she released ” Baby One More Time”), so we can understand why she’d want to bring back that era, starting with her denim.
Wrap dresses: universally flattering. Their lesser-known cousin, wrap pants: not so much. (Unless, of course, you’re the very petite, very fashion-forward , in which case you can get away with wearing them.)
It’s gotta be nice to own so many amazing bags that you can’t possibly tote just one. must have that very awesome first world problem because she steps out with both a Gerard Darel handbag and a simple envelope crossbody.
How embarrassing is it when you get to work and realize you didn’t line the buttons up with the correct button holes and you’re walking around with an asymmetrical shirt? (in a Balmain blouse) has found the way to guarantee you never suffer that mortification again.
It used to be that wearing metallic heels made you stand out. But with everyone running around in gold and silver pumps, must have felt the need to step up her kick game and wear this pair of dazzling, light-reflecting shoes.
Ballet flats have been a staple in our closets for years and leotards are now commonplace in Hollywood, so it’s about time the one missing piece of a dancer’s uniform – tulle skirts, like the navy one Zooey Deschanel wears – follows suit.
No V-necks, sweethearts or portrait collars for Michelle Trachtenberg (in Rachel Zoe Collection) and Ariel Winter (in Three Floor), who reinforce their star status by wearing celestial-looking cutouts at their décolletages.
After decades of searching for dresses that make their hips look smaller, women (namely in Kate Ermilio, along with Sophia Bush and Dianna Agron) opt to add inches to their silhouettes via these voluminous designs.
With everyone and their mother wearing these onesies, clearly has to take the trend to the next level and make it all her own by wearing a Barbara Casasola design with a plunging sheer panel and bell-bottom legs that hit at the calf.
For those days when wearing a chambray shirt with jeans just isn’t enough to satisfy your denim cravings: Reach for a dress like Chloë Moretz’s Louis Vuitton one that combines many swatches, all stitched together.
Emmy Rossums’s Carven topper is printed with a map of Paris, but just in case she heads to the City of Light then accidentally leaves the blazer behind in a café, she also has a shirt with the exact same geographic imagery.
We can all agree that this combination is acceptable when playing in a tennis match and commuting in the big city in the year 1984, but Emma Roberts is doing neither so we’re going to put this one to a vote.
When we first saw this shot of Chrissy Teigen, we wondered if she’d actually stepped out in a totally sheer dress and some photo editor had added the black “censored” bar across her chest. But no, that’s just how the dress is … and we’re pretty into it.