Monday, August 22, 2011

Steal Their Style

Steal Their Style #1

1. Go Green
Emerald was a huge trend on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. And although most of us don't get the opprotunity to wear a floor sweeping ballgown every day, that is no excuse to not infuse a little inspiration from mother nature into our wardrobes. Stay causal in these low-rise skinny jeans. Keep warm in a chic parka or add a pop of color in this timeless necklace.

2. Aspire for Men's Attire
Oliva Palermo rocked this menswear inspired look with a tangerine colored blazer and checkered pant. She keeps the look feminine with yellow pumps and an adorable oversized clutch. There are many ways to add simple touches of menswear to our daily lives. A classic button-up and crisp blazer are the most versatile option. For more adventurous fashionistas try a pair of chic oxfords.

3. True Turquoise Envy
Turquoise jewelry is amazing partially for its versatility and partially for its accessability. It can be bought at almost any store within almost any price range. Go boho with turquoise mixed with wodden accents bracelet. Or go bold with these statement earrings. Silver looks stunning with truquoise accents as well--for proof, check out this bracelet.

4. Beautiful Bows
A belt will keep the waist cinched but a chic option is a bow belt. It easily adds a touch of feminity or romance to a simple outfit will highlighting the smallest part of our bodies. Like I said, belts with bows on them are available like this embellshed one. Or cheat and buy a dress or skirt with a belt bow built in like this skirt or this top. So simple but so chic.

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  1. I just LOVED Angie's Golden Globe dress. Emerald was really in!

  2. These tips are brilliant, dear. I love emerald shades right now and turquoise jewelry is so perfect for spring!
    xo Josie

  3. Great ideas! Love incorporating bows into my outfits!


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