How much like a fairytale does Maryse look in this ethereal gown? Donned for her baby shower, it features a white backdrop with a delicate floral lace overlay in soft blush. I’m not used to this much sweetness in Maryse’s style, but it looks stunning and feels like an authentic facet of her style personality. I’d love to see her go to this place once in awhile now that her baby girl has been born – it would be such a fun change-up from the sleek, sexy sophisticate we usually see. She didn’t forsake that style, though, as we in her next look, which paired a heathered gray tee with a thoroughly fabulous studded denim jacket. Add a coordinating pair of distressed jeans and some combat boots to this and you’re good to go!
We got a quick update on Eve’s style when she attended Maryse’s baby shower. She wore a laidback black monochrome pairing of a black v-neck tee and jeans, topped with the welcome textural variation of a black motorcycle jacket. The wide silhouette of the v on her tee also gives the look a boost by virtue of its uniqueness. This look reminds me of the easy she described her comfort with during her Diva Couture feature (#tbt here to this sadly short-lived foray into the Lady Superstars’ fashion preferences, a really fun idea that I wish the Big Dub had given a better run). I find it very intriguing how Eve’s neutral, uncomplicated personal style differed from the bright hues and greater drama she tended to employ for her in-ring and tv wardrobe.
Naomi really hit it out of the park with this mini dress! I’ve periodically noted her stellar eye for choosing and styling great dresses and we see that in evidence here. This metallic fringed mini is all over-the-top glitz and glam, with tonsss of movement and girlfriend sells it oh so well, giving us the most joyous expression as she whips it around. She intelligently kept her accessories much more minimal, choosing a simple, bold ring and bracelet that don’t confuse with extra color, but add textural contrast via flat sheen. The neon lime of her hair adds a touch of punctuation and works well as the one color exception in the look. I 100% love this!
Natalya gave us a glimpse at an outfit in her typically classic out-of-ring style. The composition hung on the textural contrast: a luxe velvet blazer that contrasted wonderfully with the soft knit of her knit sweater and the pristine smoothness of her white buttondown. Add blue or black denim to this and black pumps, or a midi pencil skirt and boots: it’s all good. And if I can get an ask in here: how about a few more full-outfit snaps, Nattie? This top-only thing is tantalizing but leaves me wishing for more…like all those fab shoes you pick out! :)
Noelle was all about glitz in this Showpo romper. I’m a sucker for a great silver metallic piece so this one immediately caught my eye. I confess that if I were wearing this, I would make a few tweak to the styling - making the v a bit less dramatic and swapping the fishnets for a more subdued hosiery pattern – but Noelle’s intrepid confidence supports the look wonderfully well. The photo angle makes the choker placement look a bit confusing, but the piece is a fantastic choice with a low neckline like this one, giving a finishing touch to the look without stealing any of the spotlight. How I would love to see her shoe choice here: her trademark sneakers? Combat boots? Ballet flats? No, just kidding on that. No one should even think about ballet flats here :).
Renee took on the rainbow trend in a super-appealing way, as she paired this (unfortunately sold out) multi-sequined blazer from Anthropologie with a black Free People bodysuit and black leggings from Aritzia. The black backdrop tempers the bold, shimmering color of the blazer and lets that statement piece have the spotlight. It’s a fabulous way to make a statement piece viable for day-wear and/or casual occasions. Feel free to swap in black denim here, or a black sweater as temps dip if you’re recreating this ensemble. Renee brought warmth and additional texture to the look by completing it with burgundy velvet OTK boots. I love the extra shot of color! Alternatively, black OTKs or knee boots would work nicely as well and would soften the overall effect.
Stephanie attended the premiere of the Andre The Giant documentary in this printed black and white dress, which looks amazing on her! Not only is the classic black-and-white color scheme incredibly chic, the pretty pattern is functional as well, serving to define the shape of the dress. We’ve seen Stephanie gravitate toward this type of pattern-blocked dress in the past and it serves her as well here as in the past. It’s sophisticated, unfussy and beautiful. She completed the look with black strappy sandals for an extra dash of formality and gave the look a super-fun twist by adding a deep lavender eye for a gorgeous, adventuresome punch of color. I’m so excited to see touches of experimentation thrown into her classy style!
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