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How to Wear Patterned Tights

Fall's new legwear has taken the conservative looks of seasons past and splashed them with stripes, dots, checks, and color blocks for gaze-at-me gams. From the runway to retail, open weaves, jewel tone hues and embellished sheer styles have legs making serious statements as the temps turn cool. Crazy legs are crazy popular for fall. Look for bright neon shades and loud patterns, like this style, or opt for a sheer, more subtle texture and print. We Love Colors Vertical Jagged tights, $15 at Welovecolors.com.


We Love Colors Vertical Jagged tights

"Black, gray and Bordeaux are basics, but don't be afraid of lace and fishnets," says Donna Karan's Cathy Volker. DKNY Croco tights, $20 at DKNY.com.


DKNY Croco tights

For fall, prints and textures are key," says Donna Karan's Cathy Volker. "Hosiery is an easy an affordable way to update your wardrobe. DKNY offers a variety of prints that easily transform your everyday work outfit or add a bit of glam for holiday party dressing. Color is key. The fashionable cast of 'Gossip Girl' frequently wears DKNY and they aren't afraid of prints and color." DKNY Color Block tights, $20 at nordstrom.com.


DKNY Color Block tights

Adam Sakara of La Fée Verte says anyone can pull off the patterned tight trend. "It is not such a 'risqué' or 'in-your-face' trend, which makes it more wearable for the masses," he says. "It's about making sure that your hosiery choices are flattering on you - whether they're barely showing or fully exposed." La Fée Verte Colette tight, $40, for information visit lafeevertelingerie.com.


La Fée Verte Colette tights

"While printed tights look great with most shoes -- especially boots and this season's platform heels -- try to steer clear of multicolored, embellished or seriously strappy footwear, as well as super casual sneakers or flats," Hessert says. HUE by Trina Turk Twotoned tight, $20 at HUE.com.


HUE by Trina Turk two toned tight

"In today's economic environment, patterned legwear is an easy and affordable way to have some fun updating last year's wardrobe," says Alison Hessert, spokesperson for HUE. She says to look for jewel tones, especially purples, berries and burgundy, as well as neutrals such as gray. HUE by Trina Turk Later Gator tight, $24 at HUE.com.


HUE by Trina Turk Later Gator tight

Open weave styles in vertical patterns elongate the leg and are popular this fall," says Spanx's Adams. "Also, classic and vintage-inspired patterns like houndstooth, diamond, Swiss dot and back seams have been top picks for Spanx fans. They are chic, sexy and still totally appropriate for the office." Spanx open weave Birdseye tight, $28-$42 at spanx.com.


Spanx open weave Birdseye tight


"Patterned and textured legwear was all over the runways this year," says Maggie Adams, trend expert and spokesperson for Spanx. "I think women love it because it's a fun, easy and affordable way to update existing outfits in your closet." Spanx Houndstooth patterned tight, $28 at spanx.com.


Spanx Houndstooth patterned tight

"This fall, textured and patterned tights are on trend and Target offers a variety of control top options from the Merona collection, perfect for any body type, at low prices," says Target spokesperson Jana O'Leary. ASSETS by Sara Blakely Basketweave tights, $16, at target.com


ASSETS by Sara Blakely Basketweave tights

Blake Lively on the set of "Gossip Girl" in a chic pair of red stockings.


Blake Lively in red patterned tights

Diane Kruger paired her Balenciaga frock with a dotted pair of sheer black nylons earlier this month.


Diane Kruger wearing dotted sheer black nylons

A look from the Chanel Spring/Summer 2010 runway show in Paris.


Chanel Spring Summer 2010 runway show

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Ballerina buns are one of the biggest hair trends for Spring 2010

It's hard to believe that we are talking about Spring 2010 hair trends when we are just entering the winter season. But, at the Spring 2010 fashion shows, ballerina buns were the trend. Cameron Diaz's messy hair mirrors the hair styles at Charlotte Ronson's and Lanvin's Spring 2010 fashion show.  Don't be fooled though because these aren't the super slicked, ear-pulling buns you expect to see from a ballerina in white tights doing pliés. The buns from the runways were messy with that "I don't care" attitude more befitting rebel than a classic dancer.


Cameron Diaz is the first celebrity to wear the trend on the red carpet. She wore the hair style to the premiere of 'The Box' in New York City, with face-framing wisps of hair and a golden statement necklace.


So invest in some bobby pins and practice your bun winding techniques.  


Ballet bun hair trend for Spring 2010

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Posted by Amanda, in Beauty and Cosmetics.

Milly's black silk-chiffon petal-detailed halterneck dress balances a backless cut with feminine frills to create a fabulous cocktail piece

Milly's black silk-chiffon halterneck dress has a petal-detailed ruffled skirt, a ruffle detail at bust, frayed edges at petals, satin neckline and waist panel, a concealed zip fastening at the back, irregular hem and is fully lined. Step into vibrant heels to punctuate the look with a pop of color. This beautiful and feminine dress is made from 100% silk (£685 at Net-A-Porter)


Petal cocktail dress by Milly
Black petal cocktail dress
Black silk chiffon petal halterneck dress
Petal cocktail dress

Posted by Amanda, in Dresses.

Accent a sharp tuxedo ensemble with Yves Saint Laurent's darkly decadent black Strass Swarovski crystal necklace

Layer Yves Saint Laurent's crystal necklace over a simple tank to lift your look from simple to sensational. Made from black metal and Strass Swarovski crystals, this two-strand necklace has a tiered bib at front and a lobster fastening at back of neck with a small 'YSL' charm (£695 at Net-A-Porter)

Strass Swarovski crystal necklace by Yves Saint Laurent
Strass Swarovski crystal necklace

Posted by Amanda, in Jewelry.

Perfect for evenings out, the Cynthia satin pump from Georgina Goodman amps up a classic, elegant style with sumptuous details

Handmade in Italy, Georgina Goodman's sleek and pretty pump features a smooth and shiny satin upper, bow and rhinestone accent on the toe, and a sturdy leather sole that's great for dancing the night away. The breathable leather linings help keep feet comfortable for hours even though the heel measures approximately 4 1/2" inches ($431.72 at Endless)


About the designer: Georgina Goodman opened her first showcase store in the heart of Mayfair in 2002. Her perceptual clarity and the understated luxury offered through her initial Couture collection won the hearts of her discerning clients and the acclaim of the fashion media. Manufactured in both Spain and Italy, Georgina Goodman expresses her consistent signature style, while staying true to the heart of her design ethos. Georgina's philosophy has always been straightforward; be consistent, be clear, be who we really are and most importantly; be in love. This philosophy is expressed in everything Georgina Goodman, even down to placing the words "Made in Love" on the sole of every shoe.


Georgina Goodman satin pump with rhinestone embellished bow


Source: ShopStyle

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