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If you’ve exhausted your floral dresses and denim cutoffs this summer, look to these nine celebrity outfits for inspiration. Whether you’re experimenting with a new night-out look à la Alexa Chung, or need an on-point airport outfit like Miranda Kerr—we’ve got you covered (sartorially speaking, that is). ​Scroll down to see and shop the looks!

You know what would go great with your brand new midi skirt? A white t-shirt. How about your favorite oversized denim jacket, perfect worn-in jeans, slinky slip dress, or polished pencil skirt? Yep, that would be a white t-shirt as well. We believe that you can never go wrong with the tried-and-true white tee, and to prove it we rounded up the best classic tee styles that will pair perfectly with everything in your closet. ​Scroll down to see five white T-shirt styles we challenge you to wear this summer!

It’s late summer. You’re probably tired of your warm-weather wardrobe, and you might be in need of some inspiration. Take your cues from the street style stars of summer, and think outside the box next time you’re doing a little outfit planning. Even something as simple as swapping your black pants for a printed pair can do wonders for your style—and your sartorial enthusiasm.

Getting dressed for a wedding is tricky: there’s the pressure to look amazing (hello, photo booth), while simultaneously trying to navigate the ever-changing rules of outfit etiquette. Rather than attempt the opinion-laden terrain ourselves, we figured we’d call in an expert to lay down some ground rules. Enter: Melissa Coker, the founder and creative director of Wren, a beloved LA-based brand, which recently launched an awesome “Weddings, Bridesmaids & Parties” section of their site.

These aren't your mother's loafers.

Largely gone are the days of waif-thin supermodels—now, the ladies whose style we most covet encompass a broad range of body types and figures. With curvy ladies like Kim Kardashian rising through the ranks to achieve modern style star status, having a noticeably tiny waist seems to be something worth aiming for these days.

According to Vogue, the latest and greatest advice on working in the fashion industry is a wee bit surprising. Fashion behemoths André Leon Talley and Isabel and Ruben Toledos recently shared what Vogue calls “the best advice on working in fashion you will ever get” while attending a Q&A for the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund recipients. The super successful trio shared several lessons and tokens of advice, but these two quotes sum up our favorite (and most inspiring) reminder to be humble and remember it’s not a competition.

RE/DUN, a Los Angeles-based denim house, launched its first shipment of handpicked, one-of-a-kind vintage jeans yesterday and Alessandra Ambrosio is already a fan! The brand is proud to produce jeans that have both vintage character and a modern fit. Each pair is found from a variety of vintage rag houses, then completely taken apart and recreated into one of two timeless shapes at the RE/DUN warehouse. Both styles start around $220 with select sizes available—but don’t worry if your size is sold out, because there is already a waiting list! And we highly suggest adding your name ASAP.

1. *NSYNC pulled a Beyoncé, y'all. They released a brand new album today without telling anyone first. [Billboard]

Our most recent style crush, Chrissy Teigen, attended a party for her Du Jour magazine cover story last night, and she opted for an appopriately sexy (and trés on trend) look for the fiesta: a completely sheer black button-down blouse over a black bra, paired with a black full skirt, black sandals, and (you guessed it) a black clutch.

At just over $100, this gorgeous bracelet is a no-brainer.

Put your own spin on the minidress, and wear it with a pair of slip-on sneakers and a statement ear cuff. The result will be some parts feminine, other parts tomboyish, and all parts stylish.

While not having 20/20 vision can have its downsides, there's at least one silver lining—there are more stylish frames than ever to adorn your face and sharpen your vision. We gladly sifted through the options and bring you the frames that may have you pushing your contacts aside more often than usual. You might even be inspired to sport a pair sans prescription (we won’t tell).

Looking to add a dash of edge to your style? You can start by shopping our selection of über-cool studded sandals. From sleek gladiators to statement heels, these are our favorite embellished shoes.

A diamond solitaire has been the engagement ring standard for decades now, but last week Vogue called that all into question with the declaration that, “diamond rings are just no longer cool.” While we’re intrigued with the idea of opting out of the comparison game—How many carats? Where is it from?—we’re not so down with making women feel less-than-hip for sporting a passé diamond. What do you think of the article: are traditional engagement rings beautiful or totally basic?

Women (and men!) have been wearing lipstick for thousands of years. Luckily, this makeup bag staple has evolved a lot since ancient times. In honor of National Lipstick Day, we pulled together a list of the most mind-blowing, unbelievable facts about lipstick—keep reading to see them all!

It’s no secret that fashion bloggers get a lot of attention—from exposes on how much money they actually earn to controversies about receiving free gifts. Accordingly, we thought we’d take a moment to turn the lens on the adorable and much-less-photographed men living by their sides.

Before you take your next trip to the dry cleaners, consider this irony: you likely take your clothes to the dry cleaner so they look their best, but the high drying temperatures and chemicals used in the dry-cleaning process can deteriorate fabric over time, decreasing your clothing’s lifespan. As women who work hard for our money and care (probably too much) about our clothes, we’re aiming to go to the dry cleaner a little less. To this end, we put together five tips to skip the dry cleaner, or at least stretch the time between visits.

Full disclosure: going makeup-free is a rare, rare occasion for us. But we also prefer not to look like we spent hours in front of the mirror. And therein lies one of life’s greatest (beauty) dilemmas. How do you look like you’re not wearing a ton of makeup, but still look awake and well, alive? In a word: strategy. With a few key products and the right technique, it is doable.

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Revlon is exiting China.

The company saw a gain in consumer sales.

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“Les affaires” featuring designs by Véronique Leroy

The photographs by Philippe Jarrigeon will go on show at the retailer’s flagship store in Paris.

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Investment comes as e-commerce race heats up.

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Fashion and retail stocks were also mostly in negative territory.

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Prince Rainier of Monaco with Princess Grace of Monaco in Dior in New York in 1956.

The French luxury firm will become the sole presenting sponsor for the foundation’s upcoming award galas in Los Angeles, Monaco and New York.

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Gigi Hadid on the street during New York Fashion Week in February.

WWD recently caught up with the newly minted Sports Illustrated swimsuit-issue model in between takes on the annual Pirelli Calendar photo shoot.

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Snoopy and Belle by Dsquared2.

The beloved companion of Charlie Brown and his sister will once again be given a makeover with the reprisal of the “Snoopy in Fashion” project.

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Breathe by Body Glove

At the upcoming trade show, the unofficial slogan for exhibitors might be: Let’s get physical — and fashionable.

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The flash-sale site is also expanding on multiple fronts as it continues to push ahead in its niche in the marketplace.

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Editor in chief Jane Francisco has recruited Lori Bergamotto as style director and Kristen Mascia as features editor.

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Lady Caron

Inspired by the Statue of Liberty, the Lady Caron scent is a tribute to the French company’s founder, perfumer Ernest Daltroff.

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Josephine Skriver for G-Shock S Series.

To appeal to a female customer, Casio has reduced the size of its classic G-Shock watch, and will offer new colors and prints.

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Pastels aren't just for girly dresses. For resort, even suits got a dose of sweetener.

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This Saturday, the designer and the pastry chef of Cronut fame will host a mobile truck offering Pop It! Ice Cream Sundae in a Can in front of Perry’s boutique.

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Sixty years after Italy’s first expedition to the Himalayan peak, the brand has again supplied the technical equipment to the team.

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Greenola Style

These four brands are showing for the first time at the summer market in Salt Lake City.

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A look from Gottex.

Buyers got quite a workout by the end of the mammoth Miami swim week.

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Alberto Parada ring.

This season, it’s all about what’s not there as negative space becomes the focus of the latest crop of designs.

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Investors sent shares of Twitter Inc. up 29 percent in after-hours trading Tuesday.

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8 Wardrobe Staples to Buy Now that Will Only Get Better with Age

So much great fashion is crafted to last—that’s what makes it good!—so why not make purchases with a long, happy future together in mind? We asked Vogue editors to recommend the best pieces to buy for keeps.

The 10 Best Beauty Looks of the Week: Hair Apparent

by Mackenzie Wagoner

Loose waves, subtle ombré streaks, and fruit-punch-bright cheeks in the week’s best beauty moments.

4 Simple Summer Toast Recipes

Four simple toast recipes to try this summer, from Charlie Bird, the East Pole, Bar Primi, and the Smile.

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Zoë Saldana's Maternity Style: A Study in Fluid Minimalism

Sara Blomqvist married fellow model Jeremy Young this past weekend and some of the freshest faces in the modeling world came to join in the celebration.

Stella's Superheroes: Enter for a Chance to Win a Stella McCartney Bag

Submit your superhero name idea below for the chance to win a Stella McCartney bag. We’ll let Stella be the judge. She will pick twelve favorites, and her top pick will win!

The New Tomboy Beauty: From Kendall Jenner to Cara Delevingne, Elevating Baseball-Hat Hair

by Sophie Schulte-Hillen

Models and actresses make the most of baseball-cap hair and minimal makeup.

Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman Look Is Unveiled and Other Highlights from Comic-Con 2014

by Patricia Garcia and Mark Guiducci

Israeli actress Gal Gadot became a household name, Matthew McConaughey made a surprise appearance, and other highlights from 2014’s Comic-Con Internation in San Diego.

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by Catherine Piercy

From high-humidity curls to a single side-swept braid, editorial hairstylist and California native James Pecis shares a new take on beach hair.

A First Look at the Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 Trailer

by Patricia Garcia

Hot on the heels of the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer comes the first preview of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1.

10 Best Dressed: Anything Goes

In the high heat of summer, the mood this week was anything goes as long as it's easy and breezy, from Cara Delevingne's too-eccentric-to-ignore mink bomber and booties to Dakota Johnson's demure vintage day dress. Here comes the sun!

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I did this weird thing yesterday where after I got dressed, while still in my apartment, I looked into a mirror and said to myself, “Self, this looks fine.” The proclamation was followed by my walking out the door. Important to note is … Continue reading →

Good afternoon, moonshine. It is 3PM if you are reading this story at its time of publish and I have accrued 43 e-mails in the time it has taken me to hit publish. About half of those e-mails will be going directly … Continue reading →

A toddler who is about to turn four can announce that he is old. His statement will be met with complimentary applause and the resounding agreement that yes, he is old. “Such a big boy” may also be cooed. Yet … Continue reading →

The setting could have very well been painted by Sofia Coppola herself. It was dreamy and ethereal and scored to a B-side of my favorite song by The Strokes. I was sprawled out on the grass in Prospect Park, clad in hand-me-down florals, … Continue reading →

You might remember a story titled A Wedding Outfit that Doesn’t Suck which ran at the beginning of the unofficial wedding season a.k.a. the artist formerly known as Summer, and suggested that you pair your longest gingham (optional) organza (optional) … Continue reading →

Fruits are part of a balanced diet. They are right up there, I suppose, with yogurt and candy. But it wasn’t until Prada put bananas on a button down that we realized — or at least truly believed — that they … Continue reading →

Beyoncé is super nutty. She is always going rogue. Sometimes I think it’s part of her act to be all mysterious. Other times I think she’s one of those people who never reads the itinerary or just skims her emails without … Continue reading →

Remember when Andy Milonakis sang “I rock peas on my head, but don’t call me a pea-head?” In the event that you don’t, here is a refresher. In the event you’ve never heard the theme song of the latter’s eponymous … Continue reading →

Celebrity, man. It’s just so, I don’t know, combustible. Like a train passing in the night, inevitably destined for either a crash and burn or very, very dramatic arrival. And we know what you’ve been thinking — we’ve been thinking … Continue reading →

I get what Robert Frost meant when he wrote “Nothing Gold Can Stay” but in my ripe 25 years, I have found that the only things to have stayed are quite literally, possessions that are made from gold. Take, for … Continue reading →

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Resort collections allow us the opportunity to visualize a getaway that consists of soft white beaches, sea breezes and picturesque sunsets while we envelop...

With so many accessories abound in the marketplace, standing out can be hard to do, however, for designer Tonya Hawkes this is an obstacle...

LA based brand CLU came from modest beginnings, with a simple brief in 2004 of redefining (and hand-sewing) the classic t-shirt. Design duo Seung...

Hi Everyone! For look #17 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing Italia Independent sunglasses, Amour Vert top, Tibi shorts, Couronne...

    Hi Everyone! For look #16 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing Wunderkind sunglasses, ASOS dress, Max Mara blouse,...

  Rethink your outdoor decor and get inspired by the feelings of summer. Trust us, nothing says summer more than woven fibers, nautical colors...

Hi Everyone! For look #15 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing a Tibi shirt, Banana Republic pants, Giorgio Armani shoes,...

Every July Miami holds its annual Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, featuring the latest swim apparel. Swim 2015 is full of shapes and styles for all...

    Hi Everyone! For look #14 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing a Zara dress, Reiss belt, Wunderkind sunglasses,...

This embroidered shift dress by SEA is the perfect summer look. It looks great during the day and also in the evening with heels....

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I am fascinated by the growing science behind the energy of consciousness and its effects on matter. I have long had Dr. Emoto's coffee table book on how negativity changes the structure of water, how the molecules behave differently depending on the words or music being expressed around it. Below, Dr. Sadeghi explores further. Also we went to NYC last week and crushed a number of spots that deserve to make an update (and some that don't). Plus some other bits, remixes, and the like.

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The goop Cookbook Club

This was not my idea. The cookbook club. Which is probably why it’s so good. While I have always liked the idea of a book club (sorta) I am just not that type of gal. Until one of my gorgeous girls suggested we do a different book club of sorts. A cookbook club! Now, as someone who gets in bed and reads cookbooks cover to cover as if they were novels, this idea was scintillating. We set off to find the ideal book to kick it off using the same criteria we would if we were choosing a novel, something challenging, beautiful, and with the possibility of becoming a classic. We landed on Roberta's Cookbook. And we smoked our own fish, dammit. Please cook with us and tell us what you learned, how you modified, and what the next instructional cooking club tome should be (@goop). Happy cooking.

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