This year Met Gala had a gorgeous theme: China: Through the Looking Glass. Here are some of the Best Dress A-listers in my opinion:
Jennifer Lawrence in custom-made Dior Couture column dress
Amal and George Clooney in Giorgio Armani and John Galliano for Maison Margiela
Sarah Jessica Parker in self designed H&M dress and a bejeweled, flame-themed Philip Treacy headpiece
Emily Blunt in Prada and oh those earrings
Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe – both in Valentino
Georgia May Jagger
Photos courtesy of Marie Claire and Marshable.
I know that the general opinion is that celebrities don’t feel the cold, or at least they are very immune to it, showing all that skin at all those events. But, this is not entirely true, as winter is all around us and the temperatures are dropping faster than you can add an additional layer of clothing. So, here are a few ideas from Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, Dakota Fanning, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cara Delevigne and none other than Jared Leto on how you could style your thickest coat.
Photos courtesy of The Cut.
I absolutely love to play peek-a-boo with lingerie. Celebs like Katy Perry and Sarah Jessica Parker are rocking the see-through look.
It’s a fun trend that can be challenging to pull off. But remember, when it comes to sheer there’s a fine line between trendy and trashy. Wear yours under a sheer knit, or choose to wear your bra under a scoop tank or low cut top or blouse. And always go for an interesting lace design.
Photos courtesy of Pinterest.
A cape can be the superhero of your fall wardrobe, working without any effort to save your office, weekend, and after-hours looks from anonymity. The most recognizable cape has to be Burberry’s customizable poncho. After the models closed the Fall 2014 Burberry Prorsum show, all wrapped in their very own versions, it-girls Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse took the trend right off the catwalk into their own outfits — and they aren’t the only ones who can’t get enough of the silhouette! Sarah Jessica Parker and Olivia Palermo have also sported the hot item.
Knowing what to wear with the cape coat style can be tricky. Cape coats can be a bit restrictive, but if you pay a little attention to your outfit choices you can easily make them one of the most versatile pieces in your wardrobe. Not to mention that they are also a fashionable alternative to your normal winter coat or jacket. Here are a few ideas for what to wear with cape coats.
Team them with some wide legged jeans for a ’70s inspired feel.
The turtleneck top is a must-have piece for creating the layered look, so popular, this season. Wearing it with capes is a great idea.
Or go directly to the next level by wearing a knitted turtleneck cape. Keep the rest of your look streamlined with slim fitting pants.
How to accessorize a cape: I would say that long gloves are an essential.
Cape coats and knee high boots are a match made in fashion heaven – a perfect way for creating a glamorous look. Wear your knee high boots and capes with tights, shorts and dresses.
And wide-brimmed hats
Photos courtesy of Pinterest
What is it about the change in season that makes us want to get a fresh hair job – be it cutting or dyeing? Or if not something that dramatic, then at least a few highlights, perhaps throw in some lowlights while you’re at it. And I love getting inspiration from the runways when it comes to hair trends, here are some of my fav prettiest hairstyles to try now.
Oil-slicked bangs – a la Anna Sui- give your everyday pony a tough edge and give you a new way of messing around with those not-growing-fast-enough bangs
The deep side part – a la Chloe- may change very fast how you look like
Undone up-dos – a la Dolce and Gabbana, Marissa Webb and many more – I always did wonder if I could get this look should I go to sleep with a neat up-do
High pony tails- a la Kate Spade- can solve a hair bad day in a few moves
In terms of color, these are my favs:
Photos courtesy of Thefashionspot and Pinterest