Nine years and six children later, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are finally married! A spokesperson for the couple confirmed the news today. The pair tied the knot last Saturday, August 23rd in Chateau Miraval, France. It was a private ceremony in a small chapel attended by family and friends. The kids took part in the wedding, with Maddox and Pax escorting their mom down the aisle, Zahara and Vivienne as flower girls and Shiloh and Knox as ring bearers. Click the slideshow to see the first picture of Brad's ring. Congrats to the happy family! Watch this space for any more updates. E! News confirmed that Angie did wear a white dress on her big day, no word yet on the designer. The source says the gown was "very traditional, but very Angie, it was comfortable but plain white floor-length antique lace and silk." Classic Jolie. UPDATE: People magazine, in conjunction with Hello! magazine internationally, secured the rights to Brad and Angelina's wedding album. The publications will be publishing the intimate photos in this week's issue. Here's a look at the covers: People; Hello!]
Today is the day that everybody who loves NARS has been waiting for. In honor of the brand's 20th anniversary, NARS released the Audacious Lipstick collection ($32) with forty new lipstick shades AND their Vault Box ($500). If you haven't heard about the vault yet, you're about to fall in love. The box has 10 lipsticks and 10 nail polishes that were chosen by Francois Nars himself for their "strength, character and timelessness." Our editors saw the box at a holiday preview this summer and we can assure you that the photos don't do it justice. It's a thousand times more amazing in person. I've been day dreaming about it ever since I first laid eyes on it. But, now my dreams (and yours) can become a reality, because The Vault FINALLY here. Just click over to Barney's to check it out.
NARS The Vault ($500)And don't forget to check out: Piperlime's new collection, 7 shoes you need in your closet this fall and Olivia Palermo x Aquazurra shoes.
I'm only telling you about this knock off rag & bone tank because I already shopped it. Remember back in May when we wrote about split back tops? Yeah, this was the one shirt that completely inspired that post. While the real one is sold out everywhere, a waaaaay less expensive version just hit Forever 21. You can bet it's going to sell out real quick, just like the last rag & bone knock off from F21. So I'll stop typing now and let you guess (then shop!): which split back top do you think costs more than the other? Answer: The one on the left is Forever 21's Slub Knit Tulip-Back Tank ($12.80), and the one on the right is rag & bone's Nicole Tank ($60, down from $115). Did you guess correctly? Which do you like better? Let us know in the comments below! Test your fashion savvy some more with: off-the-shoulder tops, leather slip-ons and black strappy sandals
The Kim Kardashian Kanye West couples costume has been a Halloween staple since the two started dating in 2012. But this year, instead of dressing up as the #worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple on a normal day, you and your S.O. can get all fancy in a wedding look. No, we're not suggesting you call up Riccardo Tisci and demand a custom Givenchy gown and tux. We found similar looks that you can copy for way less. From a long sleeve white lace gown to the diamond studs Kanye gifted Kim in 2013 (and she wore to the ceremony), check out everything you need for the Kim and Kanye wedding costume in the slideshow. For more Halloween ideas, check out: 50 Shades of Grey, the ice bucket challenge and Iggy Azalea [Photo: Instagram]
For years now, Piperlime has been one of our go-tos for their well-edited selection of designer shoes and clothes. They've always stocked the best brands, but they recently made an exciting new addition to their roster--Piperlime Collection. Yes, that's right. Under the direction of designer Jamie Lewin and just in time for fall, Piperlime launched their first-ever clothing collection. For now, the line is made up of 20 pieces including a gorgeous faux-leather midi skirt and a statement-making leopard print coat. As fall unfolds, though, Piperlime will unveil even more items. The collection covers all of the season's biggest trends--graphic prints, sheer details, etc.--at crazy affordable prices. Last we checked, the most expensive item was only $159. Click through the slideshow to shop our faves from the new Piperlime clothing collection.
Kim Kardashian pretty much never steps out wearing anything but high heels, so imagine our surprise to see her rocking a pair of trendy slip-on sneakers. Unsurprisingly, they weren't Vans or Supergas, but designer: Saint Laurent's Black & White Babycat Print Slip On Shoes ($395). Now yes, that's more than your average pair of kicks, but considering this is Saint Laurent we're talking about, the price is not that outrageous. And that's probably why there are only two sizes left! So if you want a pair, better act fast.
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Update: Apparently, these descriptions are written by Groupon (oops--sorry, Karen!) and are sarcastic. I guess SOMEONE (*glances at mirror*) is a little self-conscious about her hands. Please go about your Sunday evening as usual, folks. I just received a Groupon in my Inbox for a Shellac manicure deal on the Upper East Side (sure, okay), but here's where things got weird. The description reads: Manicures are useful because they decorate the most disgusting, vile part of the body—the hand. Make your hands bearable with this Groupon. Um, what? The blurb is either coming from Groupon themselves or more likely the nail salon--Karen's Nail Salon. Karen, what is your beef with hands? And you sure picked the wrong industry to work in, huh? [Photo: Groupon]
Summer is great for many reasons (summer Fridays, backyard barbecues, open season) but footwear is not one of them. How can you really express yourself with a pair of strappy flat sandals? The answer is not at all. ("Oh, look, this pair is almost Grecian!" "These ones have a T-strap!" Whoop dee doo.) The point is, summer shoes are incredibly boring while fall footwear is anything but. Think back on your childhood--I bet the shoes you cherished most were bought for back to school. The pair you were so excited to break in and were totally scuffed up and ratty by the last day of classes. For me, it was Nine West heeled loafers in 9th grade (which have come back, FYI), the Tory Burch gold logo Reva flats for my very first internship, the Birkenstock mules I wore in boarding school (was I ahead of the curve or what??). Shoes are the first thing you buy in a new season and the way you express your individual style to your peers. Now, if that hasn't gotten you pumped for fall shopping, I don't know what will. (Actually, this post might.) This season, the footwear trends are all over the place (check out this Lucky slideshow of the "wild and wacky bunch" if you don't believe me.) You've got glitter (again), you've got chunky heels and open-toe mules and so many sneaker options you'll feel like you're in a Lady's Foot Locker. You've got slouchy leather boots that you can wear over knit tights and shearling-lined booties you'll want to live in until Christmas. There are so many shoes that have the potential to be your new favorites (add them to that Shoe Hall of Fame). We rounded up the 7 shoes styles that should be in your closet this fall: Lug Soles, Mules, Cross-Strap Pumps, Fashion Sneakers, Shearling Lined, Quilted and Oxblood. Click through the slideshow above to shop them all.
By now you've realized that it's time to start thinking about updating your fall wardrobe, but have you considered updating your home? If you're like me and you love home decor, you probably picked up some knick-knacks like faux flowers, neon napkins or towels or fruity candles to brighten your home for the summer. But now that the season is changing, it's time to put those things in storage and get something to match the season. Right now, burgundy is trending in both the clothing and home decor department, which totally makes sense. It isn't too red so it won't make you feel like it's time for the holidays (you still have time before you have to think about all those decorations, so don't panic), but it's just red enough to compliment the deep orange and brown leaves on the trees outside. (Yep! It's that time of year again) Deep golden yellow is also a great color to accent your living space, since it's also warm and home-y. Unfortunately, as much as all of us gals would love to buy a million dollars worth of fall themed things for our homes, that isn't exactly realistic. After all, fall is only going to last for three months, so it definitely isn't necessary to drop a ton of cash on your seasonal accents. But if you're looking for a few little things to get you into the autumn spirit, check out our slideshow. Warning: If you purchase all of our fall picks, you're going to go over $100. So if you plan on sticking to this budget, all you have to do is mix and match a few things from our list until you get the look that's right for your space. For more ways to get ready for fall, check out: booties, the navy trend and plaid. [Photo: Pottery Barn]
I'm not even going to lie to you. When I first learned about the Normcore trend, I just didn't get it. Some people describe it as looking like "modern tourist," while others describe it as "boring" or "normal," but none of those descriptions were very appealing to me, so I kind of blew the trend off. Then, I discovered blogger Mija of Creators of Desire, and it all made sense. Everything she wears is so basic and normal, but in the very best way possible. She is truly the queen of Normcore. The trend is actually not trendy at all. You can probably find everything you need in the back of your mother's closet--all of her things left-over from the late 80's. It's made up of baggy mom jeans and boyfriend jeans, oversized sweaters, blazers and cardigans, and plain sneakers or Birkenstocks (in the summer). Basically, it is the epitome of comfort. And when it comes to fall, normcore will also keep you really warm since big ole sweatshirts are totally acceptable. Since the trend is a little difficult to explain, we put together a slideshow for those of you that are visual learners like myself. You're going to be surprised at how much you'll actually like the trend. [Photo: Mija. Creators of Desire, Always Judging]
Ten years ago, I thought Abercrombie & Fitch stores were heaven on earth. The loud music, dim lighting, overwhelming perfume smell and over-priced graphic tees drew me in every time I set foot in a shopping mall. Not to mention the god-like models on the bags and in the storefront window. My mom actually hated the ambience in the store so much that she wouldn't even shop there with me. "I'll be right out here," she would say when we were at the threshold of the store. "Come find me when you're done." Now that I am in my twenties, I wouldn't even think about walking into an Abercrombie store, and I hate to admit it, but I have the same feelings towards the store as my mother did. (Except for the models, they're still hot.) Unfortunately, all of the millennials, like myself, that once loved the store have grown-up, but Abercrombie didn't mature with us. By the time we all entered our junior year of high school, we had broken up with the store. You would think that the next generation of middle schoolers would've naturally followed in our footsteps, but they didn't. Today, teenagers have more knowledge about and access to fashion trends because of Instagram, Pinterest and fashion blogs. So instead of being lured into Abercrombie like teens were ten years ago, kids these days (there I go, sounding like my mother again) are hitting the trendy stores and dressing more like adults, which obviously put A&F into a dilemma. The store has been forced (probably against its will) to change their image, starting with graphic tees. Believe it or not, Abercrombie is doing way with the big 'ole moose and A&F logos that we once knew and loved. Over 50% of their new items are logo-free and they're going to brighten up the store with more lights (aka. you'll be able to see what you're buying), which is a huge step in the right direction. While this might be the first time you're hearing about Abercrombie's desperate attempt to be cool again, celebrities have already caught on. A little over a month ago, Rihanna was seen wearing A&F's Caroline Denim Jacket ($98) and it was totally moose-free. If Ri Ri approves, it kind of makes me want to check out the store again. After all, they did have great jeans. Will you give Abercrombie a try again once the store gets a makeover? Even if you don't find anything you like, you'll at least catch some great eye-candy. It might even be a nice trip down memory lane. I know that once you smell that perfume wafting through the store's big doors, nostalgia will take you straight back to seventh grade. But this time, you'll be pimple-free. You should also check out: rag + bone under $100, ASOS clearance sale and Olivia Palermo's shoe collection.
We are seriously ready to get our cozy on with all the brand spankin' new fall trends. But as much as we love a good cardigan or plaid jacket, we can't really wear those things when we need to get dressed up. Yes, just because the temps are dropping, doesn't mean your legs have to go in hiding! Enter: the A-line dress. Some of the biggest names in the game sent this silhouette down the runway back in February: Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Valentino and Miu Miu. For fall, most of these dresses have a retro feel, taking us back to mod designs of the 1960s. Think prints and fit-and-(really)flare shapes. Or just Google Betty Draper and that should pretty much sum it up. The best part about these dresses is that they can easily transition from day-to-night. Wear to work with a sweater and throw on heels for happy hour. Shop our favorites of the season in the slideshow. For more fall trends, check out: shearling everything, calf hair and open toe and heel booties [Photos: Saint Laurent, Miu Miu, Valentino]
rag & bone is one of those brands every woman who knows anything about fashion loves. Between their boots and their jeans, pretty much every celebrity wears them, but real women can't get enough of their clothes either. It's one of the few brands we're willing to pay full-price for, except of course, when we can find it on sale. Luckily, today is one of those days. Blame it on the end of summer or Labor Day sales, but there is tons of discounted rag & bone around the Web right now. From the brand's own sale (access it here) to major markdowns at Nordstrom, Shopbop and Piperlime, we highly suggest you take this golden opp to get as much rag & bone in your closet as your budget allows. Having the choice of this much cheap rag & bone is so rare, you simply can't pass it up. We're talking jeans under $100 here, people! Click through the slideshow to shop some of our fave rag & bone jeans and boots on sale, or use the links below to get straight to goods. You're welcome. Tory Burch, Nordstrom and Forever 21.
Back in July, we got word that Olivia Palermo was designing her own shoe collection for Aquazzura. The 6-piece line was supposed to drop in September, but Net-A-Porter just couldn't wait any longer--the shoes hit yesterday. There's sandal heels with leather cutouts and draped crystal chains, as well as suede lace-up booties and mesh pumps, and it's all inspired by her enviable wardrobe. So now we have even more reason to girl crush on the chick who doesn't do anything besides dress really, really well. Not judging, we just wish that could be our lives! Click the slideshow to shop the shoes now. Prices range from $600-$1,625 And don't forget to check out: the best Labor Day weekend sales, Alexa Chung's Burberry dress and fall's shearling trend
If you're one of those people who actually looks forward to winter, I just don't get you. I'll take hot and sunny any day over snow and freezing cold. The only consolation I can seem to find as we approach months of icy temps is fall's shearling trend. Yes, shearling jackets are pretty much a winter staple, but this season designers like Phillip Lim, Loeffler Randall, Prada and Fendi took the fuzzy fabric and put it on shoes and bags, too. Click through the slideshow to shop our faves so you're ready when winter strikes. For more of our favorite fall trends, check out slouchy boots, long cardigans and quilting. [Photo: Phillip Lim; Raeburn; rag + bone]
If there is a season for busting out the black card, fall is it. Not only are there so many good trends to invest in, but it's really not a good look to try to make your summer clothes work in the dead of winter. And so, we present one of many fall splurges that get out stamp of approval--Alexa Chung's Burberry Prorsum Floral Silk Dress ($2,595). Yes, the price tag is quite steep, but this is Burbery we're talking about. And like their plaid, these handpainted prints are soon to become iconic so you should make the investment now. Just select your size, proceed to checkout, close your eyes and click Submit.
Burberry Prorsum Floral Silk Dress ($2,595)
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Labor Day is always bittersweet. We're definitely sad to see summer go, but there's no denying the thrill that comes with shopping fall fashion. And there's no better place to get a head start on all of the season's best trends than Labor Day sales. Yes, Labor Day is technically on Monday, but the sales have already started so you shouldn't wait to shop. We rounded up 30 of the best online Labor Day sales below so get to it!
- Save up to 40% sitewide at Gap. - Save up to 75% at Neiman Marcus Last Call. - Save up 40% at the clearance sale at Nordstrom. - Save up to 70% on designers like Loeffler Randall and Milly at Piperlime. - Save up to 70% on rag + bone and Phillip Lim at Shopbop.
- Take an extra 20% off sale items at Anthropologie. - Take 10% off sale items with code HAVE10 at ASOS. - Take 30% off clearance styles at Barney's Warehouse. - Take 20% off sale items with code BIG20 at Bloomingdale's. - Take an extra 15% off designer handbags at Bluefly. - Top designers are up to 65% off at CUSP. - Take 30% off sitewide with code DKHLAB14 at DKNY Home. - Sale items are buy one, get one free at Forever 21. - Take 40% off sale items at Intermix. - Take 40% off sale items with code WEEKEND at J. Crew. - Take 15% off sitewide with code SCHOOL at Kohl's. - Take an extra 25% off clearance items with code LABORDAY at Lord & Taylor. - Take 20% off with code DEALS at Macy's. - Take 30% off sale items with code YESYES at Madewell. - Take 25% off sitewide with code VACATION at Maggy London. - Save up to 60% at Nasty Gal. - Save up to 40% at Neiman Marcus. - Select shoes are on sale for $29.99 at Nina Shoes. - Save up to 75% at Saks OFF 5th. - Save up to 60% at Saks Fifth Avenue. - Clothing, shoes and accessories are buy one, get one 50% off at Target. - Take 25% off sitewide with code BUYSUMMER at Theodora & Callum. - Save up to 30% at Tory Burch. - Save up to 65% on Equipment, Missoni, Alexander Wang and more at The Outnet. - Save up to 60% at Urban Outfitters. Be sure to check out Kourtney Kardashian's 50%-off trench coat, the Tory Burch Labor Day sale and 75% off at ASOS.
If you're an animal lover, I have some bad news for you. Calf hair made an appearance on the Fall 2014 runways and now it's popping up in stores everywhere. It may seem kind of strange to carry a hairy bag or wear it on your shoes, but calf hair is really trendy. It was popular last fall and remained on our radar throughout the year. We even saw some summer accessories that incorporated the trend. Now, it seems like all of the greatest desingers including Christian Louboutin, Jérôme Dreyfuss and Bottega Venta are pushing calf hair this season, and naturally, it's trickling down to the more affordable brands like Loeffler Randall, Vince and Sam Edelman. Next time you're out shopping or you're browsing the web, you'll see it EVERYWHERE. You literally can't avoid it, but why would you try? The shiny texture of calf hair makes for a great addition to your outfit and may be a great conversation piece since only the hip girls like you will be up-to-date on this season's trends. So get with the times and check out all of the products in our slideshow. From C. Loub to Forever 21, there is a patch of hair for any gal's budget. For more fall trends from the runway, check out: slouchy boots, plaid and open toe open heel booties. [Photo: Imaxtree]
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When I think of Tory Burch, the first thing that comes to mind is usually a handbag or a pair of shoes. But not anymore. Today, Tory completely changed my perspective with their EPIC labor day sale. While there are a bunch of marked-down sandals, flats and espadrilles, I was focused in on their clothing. I had no idea that Tory Burch clothes were so cool. If you use the code LABORDAY14, you'll get up to 30% off on all of their sale items including things you can wear for fall like sweaters and pants. Check out our picks from the sale in the slideshow or just click the link below to shop the entire sale. Happy Labor Day! Nordstrom's clearance, Forever 21 BOGO and ASOS clearance.
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