Since Summer, Katie Holmes has been making the rounds in her go-with-anything Isabel Marant Dicker boots. Proving their versatility with outfits that range from printed skirts to skinny jeans, she's made us fall just as hard for the covetable suede ankle boots. It seems everyone else has fallen for them, too — your best bet for finding them is by bidding on Ebay. We found some worthy — and less expensive — alternatives to get the look; just click through to see all of Katie's looks, then shop our picks.
Posts for October 28th 2011
Back in the '80s, there were claw bangs and, in the '90s, it seemed like everyone had baby bangs. And these days, it seems to be all about another kind of dramatic fringe: the blunt bang. Just because you go for a straight-across style doesn't mean you don't have other ways-to-wear-it options. Here are five stars proving that blunt bangs really do have an edge — more than just literally.
Honestly, we're not sure how we feel about kids under 18 sporting Chanel, but Hailee Steinfeld and Elle Fanning showed there's a way to wear it without compromising their fun-loving youthfulness. Elle went for a black and white look, accessorizing with a super cool clear clutch and a pretty bow ring, while Hailee chose a short gray dress and accessorized with the cutest silver-tipped booties we've seen. The accessories really make their outfits feel fun and age-appropriate. Whose look do you like better?
Velvet: you either love it or you hate it. We, of course, love the luxe seasonal trend seen on Fall runways from designers like Proenza Schouler — check out those amazing pants — Nina Ricci, Mary Katrantzou, and Marc Jacobs to name a few. Pair it with wool blazers and sweaters for an extra textural ensemble, or go casual and wear it with denim jeans or a chambray top for a cool off-duty look. That said, we culled our velvet favorite picks for you to add to your wardrobe in the slideshow. Also, check out our quick styling tips below on how to wear the trend.
- Balance out a velvet top or pant with tailored pieces, like a wool blazer or trousers, for a polished appeal.
- A little velvet can go a long way. If you're shy to wearing the trend, try out the trend via a bag or pumps.
- Treat a pair of velvet pants or leggings like a pair of jeans during the Winter. They're super cozy and add the perfect twist to any ensemble.