It’s not fall yet, but we’ve already picked out the fall trends we’re nabbing from our favorite celebs. Here are a few favorites:
Dark Lips: We done matte, we’ve done nude and we’ve even tried red lips. This fall we’re following cues from celebs like Jessica Alba and Kate Bosworth and trying out deep plum lips. With such a dramatic pucker we won’t need much else to make a beauty statement.
Prints: Miranda Kerr shows us how to punch up a basic blazer and trouser look with her printed pants. Anchoring solids with unique prints has been popping up all over Hollywood and we can’t wait to get our hands on a great printed trouser or skirt to give our wardrobe some variety.
Peplum: This silhouette has been around for a couple of seasons now and shows no signs of slowing down. We heart Lucy Hale’s pretty purple peplum dress she wore on the red carpet. Peplum looks work so many ways in your wardrobe.
Roomy Satchels: If there’s one thing stylish celebs can’t live without, it’s an “It” bag and lately we’ve seen stars ditching their crossbody bags for larger luxe satchels. Reese Witherspoon’s Fendi satchel above is great size for work or play and super chic.
Jordin’s NYC look was by Alice + Olivia. We love the peplum shape and the bold red silhouette, and while the red pumps don’t match the dress exactly, the look is polished and professional. It’s no surprise that Jordin pulled out all the stops for the LA premiere, showing up in a floor-sweeping white gown by Chagoury Couture. The movie is called Sparkle, after all! And while Jordin was definitely the most Oscar-like dressed woman on the red carpet, the dress was certainly worthy of a film all about sparkle.
Both looks really showed off Jordin’s beautiful hourglass shape. What do you think of the two looks?
Jessica Biel surprised us with this fashion forward Giambattista Valli dress she wore to the Total Recall UK Premiere. We’re so used to Jessica in simple chic dresses and gowns that seeing her in this dress was a welcome change. We can’t think of anything better to wear to a film with a futuristic edge. We love the way the dress marries structure, femininity, and romanticism all into one look (her coral pumps that pop earn points from us too!).