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    Primary colors

    Fashion Week model wearing a blue primary color dress

    Photo credit: SIPA/WENN

    One old-school fashion trend that never seems to die out? Primary colors. That's right, kids. Think bold blues, fire-engine reds and bright yellows, says wardrobe stylist Kimberlee Tokarz. "With every season comes new color stories, but for spring/summer there is a consistent color palette of primary hues," she notes. This trend has even showed up on the fall runways before — a welcome change from the earthy and jewel tones that often reign supreme. If wearing pops of primary colors is a stretch for you, Tokarz recommends starting with neutral prints and solids and adding smaller pieces that can just accentuate your look: "A red blouse with a suit for work or a royal blue dress, belted. You can also channel the trend with your accessories (shoes, jewelry, bags) and nails."

    Floral prints

    Model at Fashion Week wearing a floral print jump suit

    Photo credit: Patrick Hoffmann/WENN

    Honestly, what would spring be without flirty floral-print shirts, tulip skirts and garden-party dresses galore? This is one fashion trend that we can predict with absolute certainty will return year after year. And, obviously, there's a good reason for that: designers and fashionistas alike dig flowers. They're versatile, they make us smile and there are so many different types of floral prints and patterns to choose from that everyone can truly find something they like.

    Eyelets and lace

    Young woman wearing an eyelet and lace dress

    Photo credit: WENN

    Eyelets and lace are two timeless trends that continue to get reinterpreted on the runways each and every year. Romantic, ladylike, vintage and modern all at once, designers seriously can't seem to stop dreaming up new ways to incorporate these fads into their collections. "It's fun because you can create textures in so many ways; it doesn't have to be all lace or eyelet,” Tokarz points out. In fact, accent pieces are key. For Spring 2015, expect the color palette to be softer and more feminine in comparison to most of the season's trends, Tokarz says. "The look is also more sophisticated with structured shapes. Personally, this is one of the easier trends to translate and it's extremely versatile." You can wear eyelets or lace to work, on your day off or for a night on the town with the girls.

    Color blocking

    Fashion Week model wearing a color blocked outfit

    Photo credit: WENN

    Believe it or not, this trend has managed to stick around ever since Yves Saint Laurent made color blocking famous way back in 1965 (we just die for that iconic Mondrian day dress, don’t you?). According to Tokarz, many designers are now taking blacks and whites and making them pop with in-your-face colors, which we absolutely love. Not feeling quite so bold? Try your luck with a muted color blocked top paired with dark skinny jeans, or opt for a cool color block handbag or perhaps even an iPhone case.

    Metallics

    Model wearing metallic pants

    Photo credit: Patrick Hoffmann/WENN

    A popular pick for parties, proms, red carpets and adventurous nights out, metallics have always been a go-to trend for designers, whether it's an eye-catching head-to-toe look they're showcasing or simple shiny accents to jazz up a neutral outfit. This fad might be a hard one to wear for daytime looks, but a muted metallic pencil skirt or a blouse would definitely work, says Tokarz.

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    Steam it up

    Don't waste time before your shower ironing your outfit. Instead, just bring it into the bathroom with you and hang it up. Close the door and the windows, and don't turn on the fan — just let the steam work its magic. By the time you're done lathering and rinsing, your shirt should be ready to go.

    Use the dryer

    You know your dryer isn't only for drying clothes, right? Before you start your morning routine, toss your shirt into the dryer with a damp washcloth or sock. After about 15 minutes, it'll be wrinkle-free.

    DIY some wrinkle releaser

    Homemade Fabric softener

    Photo credit: Entirely Eventful Day

    Instead of spending big bucks at the store for a bottle of wrinkle releaser, take the advice of this blogger and make your own. Just a few sprays of this low-cost mixture and wrinkles are gone.

    Use a damp towel

    So you forgot to take that wrinkled shirt into the shower with you? No problem. Instead, use your damp towels to release the wrinkles. Carefully lay your wrinkled item between two damp towels, keeping it as flat as possible, and gently press down to smooth it out.

    Take aim with your hair dryer

    Deep wrinkles can be hard to deal with, but you still don't need to pull out that heavy ironing board. Just aim a hair dryer at the offending wrinkle and hit it with a blast of hot air from an inch or two away. If you have a focusing tip attachment, use that to make the job even faster.

    Water

    Believe it or not, a little bit of water can actually help you rid clothes of wrinkles. Dab a little bit of water on visible wrinkles and rub with your finger until the wrinkle disappears. Just be careful not to use too much water — soaking the shirt will only introduce more wrinkles.

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    1. Crop it

    DIY cropped t-shirt

    Image credit: Maegan Tintari

    Arguably the simplest and sexiest DIY ever, this cropped tee looks fab with yoga pants for a dressed-up workout.

    2. Stud it

    Studded DIY t-shirt

    Image credit: WobiSobi

    Holy moly, guys, this latticework tee might just be our favorite. Demure, colorful and blingy? Would it be awkward to scream, "Yes"? Because — yes!

    3. Shred it

    Braided and shredded DIY t-shirt

    Image credit: Cut Out + Keep

    Do you have a passion for flashin'? Look no further than this sexy and intricate tee that bares your shredded obliques.

    4. Braid it

    Braided DIY t-shirt

    Image credit: Adventures of a Middle Sister

    If there's one thing we learned in 2011, it's that everything is better with a braid. Even T-shirts, like this psychedelic tie-dyed one.

    5. Tie it up

    DIY racerback t-shirt tied with a bow

    Image credit: Trinkets in Bloom

    Tie me up and call me yours already, because this racerback tee looks subtly sweet with the addition of a satin bow.

    6. Cut it out

    DIY t-shirt with geometric cut outs

    Image credit: Cut Out + Keep

    Try your hand at the laser-cut trend by fashioning your own piece of T-shirt artwork. We love this angel-wing design, but you can also find instructions for trees, birds and geometric designs.

    7. Cross it

    DIY t-shirt

    Image credit: WobiSobi

    Would you ever guess that this adorable crisscross tank was once an oversized T-shirt from the Wal-Mart bargain bin? We thought not, since it's perf for a night out on the town.

    8. Scarf it

    DIY t-shirt scarf

    Image credit: AllDayChic

    Game day cuteness, anyone? This DIY T-shirt scarf looks cozy and totally perfect for a chilly fall day spent cheering on your favorite team.

    9. In-vest it

    DIY t-shirt vest

    Image credit: Joy Kelley of How Joyful

    As long as you stay away from applique, vests are completely en vogue. Transform a colorful T-shirt into this light vest (sweater? shrug?) for layering on a warm day.

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    Styles fit for a royal

    Sorry, Lorde. As it turns out, you can be royal… or at least, you know, still look the part. Celebrity stylist Dawn Del Russo predicts a resurgence of majestic and regal styles for spring. Think rich textures, pops of jewel-tone colors, embroidered accents, embellished dresses and luxurious fabrics fit for a queen. "To pull off this trend with ease, try accessories first," she suggests. A handbag or shoes with an artisanal vibe is sure to be a huge hit. If flashy prints and patterns aren't exactly your thing, Del Russo recommends looking for silk dresses in blush tones that can work well with a simple sandal.

    Bold, bright blues and greens

    This in-your-face Spring/Summer 2015 trend is all about the artistic side of fashion and bold, bright colors that really catch the eye, says Del Russo. Color-wise, "electric blues and strong mints are definitely the way to go.” To avoid a head-to-toe cartoonish look, though, she advises rocking one intense color or print on top or bottom styled with neutrals everywhere else. "Keep it simple with a cool blue skirt, crisp white top and heels that pop in neon yellow, or experiment with a visually appealing dress that has done all the artsy thinking for you.”

    High-fashion athletic wear

    Who's ready to play ball? OK, not actually, but according to celebrity stylist for Hair Room Service Andre Austin, we can expect to spot lots of athletic-inspired wear in lush and feminine silhouettes at Fashion Week. Think super-soft, sheer and drapey fabrics you'd wear out, not to the gym. After all, "this is not your casual yoga pants look but a chic redux of the athletic trend that's beginning to take off now," Austin explains. "Try mixing a great pair of heels with a slightly fitted pair of designer sweatpants. Add an oversized T-shirt and a tailored blazer to complete the look." Remember to play around with proportions, too. For example, you’ll want to balance out baggy pieces with more fitted ones to really nail the look.

    India-inspired embellishments

    "India is going through a revamp politically with much talk of positive change, and the fashion world is certainly turning an eye in that direction," points out Melissa Martinez, owner of trend forecasting and design company PELT. With that said, she predicts that this spring, we'll be seeing tons of caftan cuts in tops and dresses and lots of metallic embellishments and beading along with traditional batik, henna tattoo and kalamkari prints (which are native to the country). "Flowy, caftan dresses are no-nonsense go-to's," she says. "Throw them on with some metallic accessories and you're out the door."

    Unisex fashion

    Blurred lines might just be the best way to describe this rising fashion trend. Many women are now looking to men's boutiques to get their fix, notes Martinez. "Tomboy styling is evolving into more unisex dress, and staples such as blazers are becoming softer in cut and bottoms more relaxed and roomy." Hey, nothing wrong with a little borrowing from the boys, right? Just be sure to rock those roomy pants with slim shirts, like a sheer menswear tank and a strappy bra top worn underneath. "It's a very Madonna 'Express yourself' era," says Martinez.

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    Achieving natural lashes that are thick and long can sometimes be tricky. With this DIY eyelash serum, it is now easier than it has ever been. No need for an expensive prescription or spending money on a pricey serum. Follow the recipe below to make your own at-home eyelash growth serum to grow long, healthy lashes in a matter of weeks.

    DIY Eyelash Serum: ingredients

    How to make your own DIY eyelash serum

    DIY Eyelash Serum: ingredients

    Supplies:

    • 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil (can substitute coconut oil)
    • 1 teaspoon of aloe vera with vitamin E
    • 1 teaspoon of petroleum jelly (I used Alba's Un-Petroleum jelly)
    • 1 empty container for storing serum

    Directions:

    Step 1

    DIY Moisturizing eyelash growth serum: Step 1 pour olive il into container

    Pour the olive oil into the empty container.

    Step 2

    DIY Moisturizing eyelash growth serum: Step 2 add Aloe and vitamin E

    Pour the aloe vera and vitamin E into the empty container.

    Step 3

    DIY Moisturizing eyelash growth serum: Step 3 add Petroleum jelly

    Scoop the petroleum jelly into the container.

    Step 4

    DIY Moisturizing eyelash growth serum: Step 5 mix ingredients

    Stir the mixture until all the ingredients are combined into a smooth, creamy texture.

    Step 5

    DIY Moisturizing eyelash growth serum: Step 5 brush on roots

    Using a small, thin makeup brush, gently swipe the serum over the roots of clean, dry lashes.

    Step 6

    DIY Moisturizing eyelash growth serum: Step 6 apply nightly

    Apply the serum nightly until your lashes reach the desired length.

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    Why we're obsessed

    Whether she's rocking girly street style or sophisticated event attire, Lauren Conrad never disappoints us. Here, she looks polished and summery in a shorts suit and orange top that has us rethinking our go-to work outfits.

    Lauren Conrad shorts suit

    Photo credit: Charley Gallay/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    How to style the look

    If you're rocking this look at the office, proportion is key. In other words, make sure your shorts aren't too short, ladies. A colorful top, some neutral sandals and a cute blowout are enough to get you some major style cred from your boss.

    Get the look: Lauren Conrad

    1. BCBGMAXAZRIA Abree Open Front Blazer (bluefly.com, $125)
    2. Tommy Hilfiger Chino Shorts in Shore Khaki (Macy's, $40)
    3. Susan Graver Essentials Scoop Neck Smoothing Tank in Orange (qvc.com, $36)
    4. Yosi Samra Cambelle Flat Sandal in Biscotti/White (Nordstrom, $130) 
    5. J. Jill White Sands Stone Drop Earrings (J. Jill, $39) 
    6. Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Face & Body Stick SPF 70 (Walgreens, $8) 

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    The fit, the length, the number of ways you can wear it, the material, need I go on? I'm sharing just three of many ways it can be worn: strapless, halter and cross-halter.

    Strapless

    Admittedly, my favorite way to wear this dress is strapless because I love the sweetheart neckline. It's very romantic and great for a date night with your man. The bodice of the dress is two very long and thick straps that allow you to wrap the top in various ways and tie it in the back. I was concerned that it may not be very secure as a strapless, but I was wrong because it didn't budge. I chose to pair it with a chunky statement necklace which also determined how I wore my hair. I didn't want my hair and the necklace competing so I tied it in a side chignon and let the necklace do the talking. If I wore a slimmer necklace I'd have worn my hair down with beach waves for a more relaxed vibe.

    Halter

    For a little more coverage and everyday wear I like the halter style. I kept my hair and accessories the same for this photo shoot, but if I were going to wear this dress to run errands I would leave my hair down, forgo the necklace and throw on some wedges.

    Cross Halter

    Wearing this as a cross halter shows more skin with the cut-outs and is overall a tad more daring. I would save this one for girls' night out. Since the neckline is higher with this particular style, it's best worn without a necklace so it's not too busy up top. The same goes for hair. Wearing your hair down with high necklines tends to shrink your neck even more, so if you wear it up and off your face it lengthens your neckline for that model-esque look.

    For less than $50 you really can't go wrong with this little number.

    Convertible Maxi Dress (Windsor, $47)

    Necklace (New York & Co., $20, similar here)

    Clutch (Steve Madden, $50, similar here)


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    1. CFDA NYFWLIST

    CFDA NYFWLIST

    NYFWLIST, a desktop and mobile app by The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), allows users to see a list of all of the presentations and shows being held that week. You can search by presentation, show, menswear, womenswear and location, and with a single click add them to your desktop calendar.

    2. Style.com Mobile

    Style.com Mobile

    Style.com's mobile app automatically updates your device with the most current coverage of runways, parties and videos you can enjoy anywhere, anytime.

    3. Made

    Made app

    The Made app is your partner-in-crime at the show or if you're livestreaming at Made's website. You can use the app to see the looks in real time as they're going down the runway, while still being able to take notes, tweet, save your faves, access designer information — and way more!

    4. ChicFeed

    ChicFeed

    ChicFeed makes checking out the latest Fashion Week pics a breeze by consolidating them onto a single feed.

    5. The Cut on the Runway

    The Cut on the Runway

    If you just can't keep up with all of the shows going on, this fashion app from The Cut will really come in handy: It provides current reviews, snapshots and news, not to mention runway show videos and backstage coverage.

    6. Fashion GPS Radar

    Fashion rader app

    Fashion GPS Radar allows you to RSVP for all of your shows in one place, locate your shows on an interactive map, and check in by scanning your personal barcode.

    7. Trusper

    Trusper

    Trusper is a free mobile app and website that allows you to share and discover fashion, beauty and DIY tips with friends, family and fans — allowing you to mimic styles and makeup looks that are hitting the runway with ease.

    8. Speak Chic

    Speak Chic

    Sure, you love fashion icons like DVF and Louis Vuitton, Louboutin and Proenza Schouler — but are you saying their names right? Never flub your fave fashion lingo again, thanks to Speak Chic: A mobile app that helps you pronounce the difficult of the difficult in womenswear, menswear, accessory, makeup, shoe and watch brands.

    9. Instagram

    Instagram

    What better way to feel like you're sitting in the front row at Fashion Week than by following those who really are? Here are just some of the fabulous trailblazers you should start Insta-creeping, stat:

    FashionWeekOnline.com

    Fashion week onlin instagram

    Fashion week onlin instagram

    Nina Garcia

    Nina Garcia Instagram

    Nina Garcia Instagram

    Bryan Boy

    Bryan Boy Instagram

    Bryan Boy Instagram

    Derek Blasberg

    Derek Blasberg Instagram

    Derek Blasberg Instagram

    Eva Chen

    Eva Chen Instagram

    Eva Chen Instagram

    Jenne Lombardo

    Jenne Lombardo Instagram

    Jenne Lombardo Instagram

    Karlie Kloss

    Karlie Kross Instagram

    Karlie Kross Instagram

    T Magazine

    T Magazine Instagram

    T Magazine Instagram

    Nigel Barker

    Nigel Barker Instagram

    Nigel Barker Instagram

    Emily Ramshaw

    Emily Ramshaw Instagram

    Emily Ramshaw Instagram

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    But now that backpacks have been creeping into the high fashion realm the past few seasons and are poised to be one of fall's hottest trends, I'm considering giving them a second chance. With some of the hottest designers and celebrities showing off fun ways to style the typically casual look, you could say I'm a bit intrigued. While I'm deciding whether to jump back into the back-to-school-inspired style, I'll be taking inspiration from these stylish ladies.

    Funny lady Kristen Bell toted her black backpack on the red carpet with her for a recent press appearance.

    Funny lady Kristen Bell toted her black backpack on the red carpet with her for a recent press appearance.

    Photo credit: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    If Mother Monster herself Lady Gaga can make a backpack look high fashion, you know it's worth trying.

    If Mother Monster herself Lady Gaga can make a backpack look high fashion, you know it's worth trying.

    Photo credit: Will Alexander/WENN.com

    Diane Kruger made her backpack Coachella cool, but the look would work all summer long if you ask us.

    Diane Kruger made her backpack Coachella cool, but the look would work all summer long if you ask us.

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    Matching your backpack to your trench coat is a fun way to try out the trend, a la Olivia Palermo.

    Matching your backpack to your trench coat is a fun way to try out the trend, a la Olivia Palermo.

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    Lily Allen looked too cool for school in a maroon jacket, denim skinnies and a beige backpack slung over her shoulders.

    Lily Allen looked too cool for school in a maroon jacket, denim skinnies and a beige backpack slung over her shoulders.

    Photo credit: Will Alexander/WENN.com

    Backpacks come in all colors of the rainbow, so you're sure to find one to fit your personality, like Rita Ora did.

    Backpacks come in all colors of the rainbow, so you're sure to find one to fit your personality, like Rita Ora did.

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    Katy Perry knows well that tiny backpacks can polish off a preppy outfit.

    Katy Perry knows well that tiny backpacks can polish off a preppy outfit.

    Photo credit: Zibi/WENN.com

    Shop the look

    LANY Let's Twist Again Backpack (lanystyle.com, $60)

    LANY Let's Twist Again Backpack (lanystyle.com, $60)

    Selena Gomez has been spotted wearing this one, so that makes it cool enough for us.

    Welcome Backpack (modcloth.com, $68)

    Welcome Backpack (modcloth.com, $68)

    Large enough to tote all your daily essentials but definitely not bulky like your former book bags.

    Trendy Clueless Backpack in Seafoam (dailylook.com, $65)

    Trendy Clueless Backpack in Seafoam

    Pretty pastel colors can convert any hesitant fashionista to the growing backpack trend.

    Call it Spring Glod Backpack (callitspring.com, $40)

    Call it Spring Glod Backpack

    Carry it for travel or to add a touch of sass to your daily street style.

    Beauty.com x Adam Selman Miss Baby Backpack (Beauty.com, free with any $100 purchase)

    Beauty.com x Adam Selman Miss Baby Backpack (Beauty.com, free with any $100 purchase)

    Rihanna's costume designer Adam Selman designed this baby backpack for the busy, trendy gal and filled it with loads of free beauty samples. Sounds like a win win to us.

    We want to know: Are backpacks a fashion must or no?

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    This season, all types of frocks, from outerwear to accessories, in every texture imaginable, have been designed with a soft touch of color. At first thought, you may think pastel colors are impossible to pull off during the fall. However, there are ways you can make these light colors season-appropriate. Similar to white, pastel hues can easily be coordinated with just about anything within your closet.

    So, as we transition into fall, you might not want to put away your Summer pastel items just yet. Instead, consider layering your pastel favorites under a new complementary pastel knit, as pictured below. With sweater coats being the latest find of the season, pairing one over a dress is the easiest way to transition into fall. In the case that your coveted warm-weather pastel is a dress, simply make the look weatherproof with a pastel knit cardigan and other soft-toned accessories. With pastels, you never want to go too heavy with colors, which in contrast would drown out the light hues. Keep it light, simple and pretty.

    The look: Knit Cardigan by Lagarconne; Carven Dress at Theoutnet.com; Heels by justfab.com; Silver cuff by Express.com; Handbag by Lancaster Paris

    If you happen to be a fashionista whom has embraced the concept of wearing white after Labor Day, then take your fashion-forward ways to the next level. Simply, tie in a pastel pink with your white jeans of choice and a cozy gray cardigan. To keep the look suitable for fall, try accessorizing with metallic or textured reptile finds.

    The look: Gray cardigan by DKNY; Earrings by Jami Gold at nordstromrack.com; Clutch by Milly El Dorado at neimanmarcus.com; KG by Kurt Keiger heels by Johnlewis.com; Shirt by Iris & Ink at theoutnet.com; Jeans by NYDJ.com

    Photo credit:Gucci Fall 2014 collection/Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 collection


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    However, for the GQ Men of the Year Awards on Sept. 2, she gave a slight nod to her days of tight body-con dresses in a couture gown created specifically for her. My take? She rocked it. Although I'd never be bold enough to wear that much cleavage. This look is the perfect blend of two Kims (pre- and post-Kanye.

    Kim Kardashian in a Ralph & Russo gown

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    Normally, a couture dress like this takes weeks to get together, but the Ralph and Russo team whipped it up for Kim in a mere few days for the London event according to Hollywoodlife.

    Kim Kardashian in a Ralph & Russo gown 2

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    The leather-like, tough-girl latex bodysuit showed off her signature curves, but the sheer hand-embroidered skirt by Ralph and Russo was shockingly subtle as it fanned out into a short train, alluding to sex appeal instead of overtly displaying it.

    Kim Kardashian in a Ralph & Russo gown 3

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    Also, let's take a moment to fan-girl over Kim's hair. Does it ever look bad? Seeing waves on Kim, for this, was refreshingly soft and sweet. It totally suited the moment, and really kept the ensemble from feeling too "femme fatale." Kim's in a new phase of her life, clearly loving it, and pushing herself in the style department — and finally hitting her stride.

    Maybe this dress will be the new "quintessential Kim."


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    Emma is what you might call a hair chameleon, frequently switching between her natural blonde hue and her go-to red color. The funny lady and actress is also a fan of a style change, debuting bangs and layers all over the place once we think she's settled on one style. Over the years, she's had some major haircut moments, and we've been following every step of the way.

    1. The brand new bob

    The brand new bob

    Photo Credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    Love. Love. Love. Words can't describe how cute Emma's cute cut is. It's piecey and just the right length to frame her face.

    2. Long and layered

    Long and layered

    Photo Credit: FilmMagic/Getty Images

    Just this July, Emma stepped out with her signature red hue worn in a long, layered style (thanks to some extensions). Her sideswept bangs only added more dimension to the look.

    3. Ombre lady

    Ombre lady

    Photo Credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    What better excuse for a hair update than a film promo tour? To promote The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Emma went ombre on the ends of her wavy bob and debuted some longer, heavier bangs.

    4. Long bangs and touchable strands

    Long bangs and touchable strands

    Photo Credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    We're pretty partial to this Emma 'do. Her super long bangs are so approachable for any gal who's ever had to grow hers out, and the subtle color suits her complexion perfectly.

    5. Blonde babe

    Blonde babe

    Photo Credit: WireImage/Getty Images

    While filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Emma dyed her hair blonde and went for shoulder-grazing waves. Super cute, right?

    6. Her go-to 'do

    Her go-to 'do

    Photo Credit: WireImage/Getty Images

    Emma flirts with length and color all the time, but she always seems to go back to a long bob (lob) worn beachy and wavy. Can you blame her?

    7. Blunt bangs and blond hair

    Blunt bangs and blond hair

    Photo Credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    Emma started 2013 off right with a sexy mid-length style featuring blunt center bangs. Perfection.

    8. The early days

    The early days

    Photo Credit: WireImage/Getty Images

    Back when Emma first broke out onto the scene, she wore her gorgeous locks long with a soft sideswept bang.

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    When we first previewed the collection earlier this summer, we got a brief glimpse into the fun makeup goodies we could expect from The Simpsons for MAC collection. We were understandably psyched about the vibrant eye shadow palette, the girly blushes and the fake lashes, but they pale in comparison to these epic nail stickers.

    Tweet reviewing Mac's Simpsons Nail art

    Tweet reviewing Mac's Simpsons Nail art

    Decked out in a so-Simpsons yellow hue and covered with your fave characters from the show, the limited edition The Simpsons for MAC Marge Simpsons Cuticles Nail Stickers will set you back $17, but when you think about the price of a professional manicure (and the annoying drying time involved), they're really quite the steal. And if you can't wait one more second to get your fingers on these fun decals, you're in luck because the collection, which celebrates the show's 25th anniversary, launches tomorrow.

    We think the matriarch of the Simpsons family would definitely approve of these stylish yet quirky nail statement makers, don't you?

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    Cassandra dress

    Photo credit: Paper Crown

    With that in mind, I was super excited to see her new line of 12 bridesmaid dresses for Paper Crown in Martha Stewart Weddings this month. Unlike most frocks brides have their friends fitted in for their big day, these actually validate the whole, "You can shorten it and wear it again!" joke from the movie 27 Dresses. If the photos are any indication, you definitely could.

    Lauren Conrad: Maura dress

    Photo credit: Paper Crown

    Even cooler, LC's friends are actually going to wear these gowns when she says "I do" to fiancé William Tell in October. According to the designer, she wanted to break the mold of a traditional bridesmaid look. "I sent them all the different shapes and let them pick from two colors," she told Martha Stewart. "I don't mind if there are a few girls in the same dress, or if people are all in different ones. It's too difficult to take a group of girls and put them in the same color and silhouette; everyone has their own style... They're all individuals, so it's nice that it doesn't look too uniform."

    Lauren Conrad: Alex dress

    Photo credit: Paper Crown

    Not only does every bridesmaid have her own style, but she also has her own body type and skin tone. You can keep the same scheme, so your wedding party appears cohesive, but allowing for more cuts and colors will ensure all your bridesmaids feel comfortable and gorgeous on your big day.

    Lauren Conrad: Lauren dress

    Photo credit: Paper Crown

    So, I'm feeling these frocks, guys. It just goes to show deviating from the common "matchy-matchy" thing you see at so many weddings can totally work. Too bad I'm not tying the knot anytime soon, or I'd definitely look into LC's Paper Crown line upon launch. (Rats!)

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    "The stacked ring trend is quite fabulous, especially when you're wanting to add more to your look but not necessarily a whole lot more," says celebrity wardrobe stylist Ali Levine. That being said, you don't want to go overboard and venture into Mr. T. territory (I pity the fool!). Like anything, ring stacking is a fine art. It will take some experimenting, so we got some pro tips to help you pull off the trend.

    1. Keep it in the family

    How to ring stackable rings 1

    How to ring stackable rings 1

    "If you're starting with a thin ring, keep in the same range," suggests Becca Aronson, co-founder of ADORNIA. "Three thin rings will look fantastic while still allowing for finger freedom." If you want to throw a thicker ring into the mix, make sure it's at the base of your finger — going the thin-to-thick route will make it look like your smaller rings are being squished (seriously, try it!).

    2. Double (or triple) up

    How to ring stackable rings 2

    How to ring stackable rings 2

    Try doubling (or even tripling!) up on the same piece, worn on adjacent fingers, for a multi-finger ring effect without the restriction.

    3. Pay attention to how they fit together

    How to ring stackable rings 3

    How to ring stackable rings 3

    "You can create some really interesting shapes mixing in a basic flat band with a curved or geometric-shaped ring," says Aronson.

    4. Go bold, but not over the top

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    How to ring stackable rings 4

    "Be sure to mix in visually lightweight rings along with your standout statement rings," says Gabrielle Hooks, founder of Lovely Hunt. If you pile on bold rings, you'll look like you're trying too hard. "Adding in thin, simple bands helps create the balanced look we're all aiming for."

    5. Go for cohesive

    How to ring stackable rings 5

    How to ring stackable rings 5

    Stick with one metal type instead of going with a haphazard mix of rose gold, sterling silver and copper. To keep the look from becoming too matchy-matchy, mix different finishes and textures.

    6. Vary the ring placement

    How to ring stackable rings 6

    How to ring stackable rings 6

    Start with heavier statement rings at the base of the finger and finish off with a petite midi ring.

    7. Don't forget your nails

    How to ring stackable rings 7

    How to ring stackable rings 7

    The whole point of the stackable ring look is to draw attention to your hands — in other words, nix the grubby nails. Make sure the nail color you choose balances out the look: "If your fingers are heavily adorned with jewelry and precious metals, it might be a good idea to balance this with a more neutral nail color," suggests Hooks.

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    Hoffman is well-known for her traditional brights and bold patterns, but this season, she's experimenting with a softer color palette. "It was the natural next step for me and also a reminder to our consumer to take a breath. I really wanted this collection to balance out the rest and speak to the evolution that the brand is currently going through," she says.

    Mara Hoffman Sketch

    Keeping this more delicate color palette in mind, Hoffman's spring 2015 collection is very much inspired by light and dominated by fresh, clean cuts, wide-leg pants and lights and brights. Of course, she's also inspired by the beautiful women she encounters all the time and the emerging body image movement: "I am always inspired by and designing for a vast variety of body shapes. Positive body image is something I heavily encourage as a woman and designer!"

    Amen to that, am I right? Lucky for us, Hoffman will be showing her new collection off this weekend in New York City, so we won't have to wait too long to ogle it. We will, however, have to wait a few months to put the new pieces into our style rotation. In the meantime, we're content to experiment with fun fall style, and so is Hoffman. She cites "great knits, strong outwear pieces and vintage Levi's" as three of her must-haves for the cooler months ahead.

    As the seasons change and fall approaches, many women clean out and edit down their closet, and Hoffman has a valuable tip for paring down your wardrobe: "Spend more on a smaller assortment of nicer pieces as opposed to less on a larger assortment of disposable pieces. For fall and winter, I like to invest in fantastic shoes and knits," she says.

    Fall is known for its comfy, cozy styles, and Hoffman is all about that. When asked what the best piece of fashion advice she's ever received and given is, she replied "When you feel comfy and beautiful, you look comfy and beautiful."

    We couldn't have said it any better ourselves.

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    Kate Mara

    Kate Mara

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    The trendsetter hit H&M and Vogue's Fashion Week kickoff party in a tailored black blazer dress and ivory oxfords with some serious studs. Also in the spotlight? Her newly dyed 'do.

    Katie Cassidy

    Katie Cassidy

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    We have to wait a few weeks for her hit show Arrow to return to the CW, but Katie Cassidy whet our style appetite in a tres chic menswear-inspired ensemble featuring high-waisted gray slouchy trousers and a crisp white blouse.

    Shay Mitchell

    Shay Mitchell

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    Pretty Little Liars' season finale went off with a bang last week, and Shay Mitchell made quite the statement herself at the BCBGMAXAZRIA show in a vest-inspired black and white dress and two-toned pointy pumps.

    Jamie Chung

    Jamie Chung

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    Jamie Chung went all out for Fashion Week's first day and attended the BCBGMAXAZRIA show in a black mini skirt, crop top, fringed cape and the most killer caged booties.

    Emily Meade

    Emily Meade

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    The star of The Leftovers went the classic route in an all-black look. Her cute romper and black strappy sandals looked comfy, trendy and oh so cool against a pop of pattern belt.

    Louise Roe

    Louise Roe

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    Are you sensing a black and white trend? Louise must've gotten the memo, because she opted for a white pencil skirt and blouse, black jacket slung over the shoulders and some seriously edgy leopard print sandals.

    Hilary Rhoda

    Hilary Rhoda

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    The model paired her trendy white crop top with some fall-ready printed pants, simple ankle strap sandals and a laid-back beauty look. The end result? Minimal and oh so chic.

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    Really, in this case, my love knows no bounds.

    Jenna Lyons is often credited for helping reinvent J.Crew, taking it from bland to brilliant. She's made it relevant, edgy, quirky, glamorous, refined and memorable all rolled into one. The clothes are nicely tailored, well-made and timeless, with the occasional offbeat print and flashy accessory thrown in for good measure.

    Jenna Lyons

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    I never realized, however, that "good" also translated to subtly "sexy" until reading a new interview with Jenna on Yahoo! Beauty where she happens to define the term: "There's sexiness in not trying to be sexy," she says. "There has to be something that's a bit undone. You can't have perfect hair, and clothes, and makeup — you need an element of imperfection to make you feel like there's a person behind it all... Society is so tough and expectations are so unrealistic."

    I'd never thought of sexy in that way before. Sexy feels so overt, so in-your-face. But the girls that are the prettiest and the sexiest seem to behave in the way Jenna describes, right? She hit the nail on the head. And the J.Crew icon's anything-but-standard vision of sexy helped me define my own style.

    Jenna Lyons

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    Sexy is human. Sexy is not trying so hard. Sexy is taking society's beauty ideals and current trends and throwing them out the window. Even if you're perfect on paper, with every hair in place, you can't please everyone. Someone will still find "flaws" and try to make you feel like less. So why put that pressure on yourself? Wear what you like, develop a style that makes you feel good, and just be real. That natural, real beauty is what shines through — and I've got to say a quick thank you to Jenna and J.Crew for that, at least.

    Jenna Lyons

    Photo credit: Ivan Nikolov/WENN.com

    As you get older, you start to have the insight and confidence to buy and wear what you like. And as I developed my own taste and style, I also developed signatures without even realizing it, like adding playful prints and pops of color, choosing bold shoes or wearing jewelry with major sparkle. Much of it was from J.Crew, and people began to take notice and compliment me on my style. I don't think they were noticing the clothes I was wearing, per se, but the girl in them. I felt like myself. Finally. After all those growing-up, in-between, I-don't-know-what-I-like years. I loved these new items, because they felt super specific to me and my developing style. Therefore, I felt killer in them. Sexy, even.

    Clothes and accessories you truly love can make you feel more confident, and that's what's sexy — not the clothes themselves, but showing off the best version of yourself as you wear them. So, go forth. Be a little undone, be a little quirky, be totally real and redefine what it means to be sexy.

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    But then there's Jenna Lyons, who I'm pretty sure is my alter ego, strutting around Fashion Week looking all cool and casual and suddenly I feel a lot better about the fashion "rules" I break. I can shed some guilt for layering a few things, throwing on some jewelry and lip gloss and calling it fashionable.

    You see, every season the same so-called trends come back into the spotlight and after a while it all starts to feel very basic. I know, I know. Basic is a bad word in fashion these days. Well, confession. Those are my favorite trends. The red lipstick that voids a need for all other makeup, the easy floral prints that make simple tops look fancy. Yes, please.

    Enter Jenna Lyons, creative director for J.Crew, who sticks to what she knows but always looks like the coolest girl on the block, making the most basic trends fashion forward. Isn't that what we all love about shopping at J.Crew? A chance to be fashiony without having to wear weird strappy gladiator sandal boots with the fur?

    So guys, this is how to attend Fashion Week:

    1. In bright green pants that could easily be your grandma's, but are so much cooler.

    Jenna Lyons 1

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    2. In overalls and sneakers buried in a coat — fur is optional.

    Jenna Lyons 2

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    3. In pajamas and heels.

    Jenna Lyons 3

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    4. With your hair undone and neutrals everywhere.

    Jenna Lyons 4

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    5. In denim with dress pants — it's a do, people.

    Jenna Lyons 5

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    6. In red lipstick that makes your neutral dress 10 times better.

    Jenna Lyons 6

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    7. Because sometimes makeup is this simple.

    Jenna Lyons 7

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    8. In more denim. Baggy denim with holes in it because you can.

    Jenna Lyons 8

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    9. In all neutrals. With red lipstick. Notice any patterns here?

    Jenna Lyons 9

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    10. In a comfortable puffer vest.

    Jenna Lyons 10

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    11. And a simple scarf.

    Jenna Lyons 11

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

    12. In gold jewelry that dresses up your nautical outfit.

    Jenna Lyons 12

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    13. In gold pants that pass as a neutral, but are so much better.

    Jenna Lyons 13

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    14. Only one statement piece needed, in this case... leather pants.

    Jenna Lyons 14

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    15. In all your favorite clothes, layered together in one outfit because you love them that much.

    Jenna Lyons 15

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    Bottom line: Fashion is as simple as being yourself.

    Jenna Lyons 16

    Photo credit: Getty Images Entertainment/Getty images

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    1.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 1

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    We could totally see ourselves wearing this sheer collared blouse and black and white striped shorts all summer long. The vertical meets horizontal stripes definitely make the shorts stand out.

    2.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 2

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    The high fashion sneaker trend continues! Here, a glossy black pair (featuring a pretty turquoise sole) anchors a flashy silver v-neck midi dress and ruffled cape.

    3.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 3

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    Another metallic silver fabric (this time in skirt form) and another pair of sneakers (matching silver, of course) were presented with a gorgeous and super daring silver star patterned top.

    4.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 4

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    Bold blue lips, vertical lettering and a gradient effect bring this professional silhouette into the artistic zone.

    5.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 5

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    The architectural top and asymmetrical skirt in this look definitely represent two different walks of fashion, but somehow blend beautifully together.

    6.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 6

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    Is it just us, or does the top of this dress remind you of a bird? So breezy and ethereal.

    7.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 7

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    We're seriously crushing on the gorgeous color of this top and how stunning it looks against a patterned, pleated skirt.

    8.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 8

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    Now this is a statement shoe. The see-through booties take on an edgy vibe thanks to a striped black and white pattern.

    9.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 9

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    Whoa! This bright yellow leather jacket definitely takes the spotlight when styled with a sleek colorblocked pencil skirt and a mesh black top.

    10.

    Project Runway's Fashion Week show 10

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    We're so excited that cobalt blue seems to be sticking around. This mod shift dress is definitely something we'd wear to work, on the weekend and beyond.

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