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Shock Boutique Striped Nautical Cardigan
Straight from the runway to the real world, a classic, nautical-inspired look is one of the easiest to pull off. Take a playful approach with this chic striped cardigan, a lightweight, slightly sheer topper that puts a cool spin on the sailor-worthy theme and plays well with everything from jeans to dresses. It’s destined to be a springtime staple!

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Oprah Auctioning Clothes on eBay for Charity - @kathrynfinney thebudgetfashionista

oprahcloset1.jpgOprah’s selling her clothes on March 1st. Well, some of them. After she cleans out her closet with O magazine’s creative director Adam Glassman, she’ll put 150 pieces - we can assume outdated - up for auction.

The Best — and Funkiest — of London Fashion Week, Fall 2010 - @FabSugar

London Fashion Week ends today, but don’t trip, I have all the looks you need to see. From Burberry Prorsum to Richard Nicoll, Matthew Williamson to Marios Schwab, there has been plenty to ooh and ahh over — check out which Williamson looks Fab UK has been fancying.

Twiggy: Shame on fashion designers who use fur - London Evening Standard

Twiggy has blasted the use of real fur at London Fashion Week, saying designers should be ashamed of themselves.

Makeup Move Of The Moment: Really Red Lips! - @Refinery29

Richard Chai, Roksanda Ilincic, Tory Burch, Karen Walker—designers from New York and London all the way to New Zealand have been bringing back the really red lip. Sure, we have Mad Men to thank for this classic beauty move’s world-wide return, but since we’re kind of tired of that whole retro reference, we’re using the runways as our inspiration du jour.

New York Fashion Week: Ten Things I Can’t Live Without - @Fashionista_com

I really enjoyed imaginary shopping this fashion week. Why? Because lots of designers attempted to make wearable yet interesting clothes. And of course, anything that’s wearable and interesting is bound to catch my eye. Here’s a smattering of what I saw and savored.

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BCBGeneration Juliet Satchel

Go nude this spring. Pinky shades of beige are all the rage this season and make for the perfect warm weather wardrobe. Neutral shades of beige complement either an all nude shaded ensemble or a black and white combination. Add a nude-toned handbag, statement necklace or strappy tied sky high sandals to add a feminine touch of romance to your look.

For a glam grecian look, this Stella McCartney one-shouldered belted jersey dress ($845 at Net-a-Porter) whispers effortless style. Perfect for a night out on the town or a daytime wedding. The design can be slipped on easily and features a tulip hem with dramatic draping effect on the back. Draw some attention to your neckline with a pretty bejeweled necklace that oozes sweetness. This vintage inspired Sequin Crystal & Enamel Floral Necklace ($188 at features muted pastel colors on a goldtone chain. The embellished flowers are made of crystal, glass, enamel and mother of pearl. Nude has gone glimmery with this Salvatore Ferragamo Miss Vara Metallic Leather Bow Tote, ($1,250.00 at Net-a-Porter). A feminine metallic leather tote that simply oozes charm. This bow embellished tote is roomy enough for all of your everyday essentials, the perfect daytime bag for this spring’s neutral trend. For girls who love sky-high heels, Proenza Schouler’s Perforated leather platform sandals, ($1,035 at Shop Bop) will kick your style factor up a notch. The perforated nude leather platform Proenza Shouler sandals make an ideal pairing with your modern daytime look. If you are adverse to towering platforms try these lovely Lanvin flats on for size. Below these Lanvin Patent leather ballerina flats ($515 at Net-a-Porter), you’ll find a 1 inch heel hidden inside for a subtle lift. The elasticized trim on these classic flats that work perfectly with everything from skinny jeans to a summer shirt dress.

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Sarah Jessica Parker’s New SATC Scent: “A Snapshot of Carrie Bradshaw” - @StyleWatchMag

sarah-jessica-parker-300x400.jpgIn true Sex and the City style, Sarah Jessica Parker clicked her ruffle-trimmed Brian Atwood shoes into New York’s Sweetie Pie restaurant last week for an intimate presentation for her newest scent, SJP NYC.

The Low-Down on Kristen and Dakota’s ‘Runaways’ Makeup - @StyleWatchMag

With The Runaways slated to debut in theaters next month, Robin Mathews, the makeup artist who created Kristen Stewart’s looks for the film (and Twilight!) reveals how she turned Stewart and costar Dakota Fanning (who played Jett’s band-mate Cherie Currie), into one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most iconic girl groups.

Like A Snuggie On The Go! A Cozy Companion to Make Your Commute a Comfy One - @Refinery29

What do you get when you combine a Snuggie with a Snood? Lo and behold, The Napper! Created by designer Simone Wittmann, this hooded shawl is the one of the more ridiculous traveling companions we’ve ever seen.

Fall Manicure Trends For 2010 - @BellaSugar

Want to get a jump start on Fall manicure trends? Backstage at the shows, the colors were largely dark or neutral, and the big buzzword was texture. We’ve rounded up 25 of our favorite manicures from New York Fashion Week, along with tips on how you can nail the look at home.  

eBay to launch online sample sales - @StyleListsays

If you sneak breaks at work to surf the bargains at online shopping sites like we do, then you may need to find new ways to hide your computer screen from your boss: eBay has entered the fashion game. In March, the auction site will launch the Fashion Vault, where visitors can buy clothes and accessories at heavily discounted prices for a limited period of time, WWD reports.

WWW Styling Tips: February - @WhoWhatWear

From Vanessa Traina’s touch of tie-dye to Diane Kruger’s pastel-plus-color pop look, we know you’re sure to find fabulous ideas galore in today’s story.

7 Rising Stars of New York Fashion Week - @Refinery29

There’s no question New York is busting at the seams with promising design talent. And while we don’t necessarily equate NEW with AWESOME, we’ve decided to round up the NYFW designers who really went for the gold this season. Here are the seven that made our list and who continue to prove that they’ve got the chops to make it big.

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