Hence, this list of the 22 prettiest dresses and coats for us to lust after right now. Or if the result really did affect you and you need some wardrobe inspiration, look no further! From Valentino and Chanel to everyone's favorite new label, Monse, we have the most exquisite embroidered dresses, the simplest and sophisticated sequin dress to the most extravagant fur coat from Fendi.
By Alyssa Coscarelli There are days you feel like getting dressed, and days you, well, just don’t. On the days you’re into it, you pay close attention to the details: You try a new layering trick you saw on Instagram, add an accessory you haven’t worn in a while, or plan an entire outfit around a new pair of shoes. On the other days, when even reaching for black leggings or boyfriend jeans requires too much thought (finding a top, for starters) — you grab a simple dress. So the throw-on-and-go section of your closet is one that can always use a few more inhabitants.
It’s been over 10 years since I attended my high school prom, but I remember it like it was yesterday. It was the year How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days came out, and all the girls in my high school wanted that simple-but-timeless canary yellow silk dress Kate Hudson’s character wore. Times may have changed, pop culture’s influence on prom season remains. So whether you loved the stunning blue-sequin Calvin Klein dress Selena Gomez wore to this year’s Grammys, or Zendaya’s graphic Ulyana Sergeenko gown from the Kids’ Choice Awards, here are 5 ways to steal your favorite starlet’s look for your big night.
This spring weather is just downright confusing. One minute it’s sunny, the next it’s gale force winds and rain. Although we can now get away with wearing a dress, it’s probably best to opt for a long sleeved version so we don’t get left a little chilly. However, none of us want to break the bank when we know those summer sun rays are (hopefully) just around the corner.
From cocktails to Disney princesses, here’s what the internet had to say about this year’s red carpet dresses at the 88th annual Academy Awards. Have your own opinion? Let us know by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA. Don’t forget to check out Yahoo Style, Yahoo Celebrity and Yahoo Movies for up-to-the-minute fashion, beauty and entertainment news surrounding the 88th Academy Awards
While Hollywood is busy perusing rails of designer frocks for this Sunday’s Oscars, choosing the right outfit could in fact mean the difference between bagging you the golden gong or going home empty handed. Algorithm bods at fashion destination site, Lyst, have been busy working out the winning fashion formula to achieve academy award success. Using complicated ‘fashematics’, analysing 80 years of Oscar fashion and 50 years of other red carpet looks, Lyst has devised a mathematically true fashion formula that could help secure the coveted gong.
Naked is the new orange, black, pink, blue, white—you get the point. It’s in! It could be said that Kim Kardashian paved the way for figure-hugging, next-to-nothing apparel (especially on the red carpet), but the truth is that Jennifer Lopez and her glorious curves set fashion down this path many moons ago. At the 2000 Grammy Awards, to be exact. Lopez outdid even her own love of the naked dress, via a handful of her ten outfit changes at the American Music Awards , many of which were made of some variation of totally see-through material. Her parade comes at the end of the year in which the naked dress reached fever pitch—from Beyonce and Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala to Gwen Stefani onstage to barely there looks on Taraji P. Henson and one of this year’s biggest comebacks, Jada Pinkett Smith. It might have been the year in which Carolina Herrera said, “In life, there should be a little mystery,” after the string of near-naked ladies on the 2015 Met Gala red carpet, but it was also the year in which no one listened. Here’s whose bodies dresses turned heads in 2015. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
If anyone in the royal family has embraced the concept of high-low, it’s Kate. The Duchess regularly switches between high street and haute couture – leaving a shopping frenzy in her wake. Click through to the gallery to see the damage a few of her staple items will do to your credit card.
Holiday films are filled with memorable fashion moments. There are those fabulous giant feather fans in the “Sisters” scene of White Christmas, Ralphie’s pink bunny pajamas and Coke bottle glasses in A Christmas Story, Cameron Diaz’s absurd variety of outerwear in The Holiday, and the devil horns Alan Rickman’s temptress secretary wears in Love, Actually. But, for me, no ugly sweater or sexy Santa outfit can even come close to my personal Christmas movie style icon: The Ghost of Christmas Past from 1992′s classic The Muppet Christmas Carol. This ghastly little gal’s got it all: The alabaster complexion and ginger hair of Julianne Moore, the dainty hands of an American Girl doll, the speaking voice of a young Hermione Granger, the floating capabilities of a jellyfish, and an all-white outfit that legit looks straight off some Parisian haute couture runway.
From gorgeous gowns made of gummy bears to freaky frocks created from fake nails, click through to see the world's weirdest, most fascinating unconventional material dresses. Plenty of famous greens-loving women, including Tia Mowry and Cloris Leachman, have worn versions of PETA's vegetarian dress, but obviously we're most *excited* about Elizabeth Berkley's turn.
Photo: Pelvage is to Anthony Vaccarello what cleavage is to, say, Roberto Cavalli, or Donatella Versace. Model Edie Campbell kicked things off in a bomber jacket with a matching miniskirt that was two mere millimeters away from a potential indecent exposure. Some of the skirts even left the models fully exposed on one side — note to self, arrange for more Pilates classes stat! From the waist up, the aforementioned sun-kissed model, Maartje Verhoef, looked completely summer appropriate in a tank top worn under a belted gray asymmetrical dress. The look could have been a contender for a casual summer picnic or even the office if it weren’t for the sexy slash at the hip. Edie Campbell at the Anthony Vaccarello show.
The summer season has finally arrived which means that it’s time to show some skin. Inspired by Bella Thorne’s recent Memorial Day Weekend look, we rounded up the best cutout dresses on the market. She’s not the only one who has favored the foxy style. From the runways of Céline and Versace to celebs like Rihanna and Kate Hudson, cutout dresses have become a high fashion staple.
Colorful wedding gowns may seem like a passing fad, but spring 2015 International Bridal Week in New York proved otherwise. “In the day and age of social media, there are an increasing number of brides who are driven to be different, and what better way to do that than with a beautifully hued gown,” Lori Conley, senior bridal gown buyer at David’s Bridal, told Yahoo. “Color gives them the chance to step out and shine in a way that feels familiar and complimentary to them.” Photo: Slaven Vlasic/ Powder blue at Monique Lhuillier This rosette-covered gown is a bold take on “something blue,” but Conley says the trend has already hit the masses, with the sale of colorful wedding gowns nearly doubling year over year at David’s Bridal. “Brides are absolutely being inspired by their friends, as well as external influences like celebrities and websites, where brides who wear colored gowns are being complimented and praised for their uniqueness.” Photo: Thomas Concordia/ Pale yellow at Peter Langner A white lace overlay keeps this gown traditional up top, while playful color shines underneath.