Carmella's graphic tee paired with camo pants is yet another iteration of the look that has become her trademark. She has a wonderful sense of what clothing elements work for her style and character. And she always injects enough je ne se quoi into her styling to make it look more put together than random - casually put together, but put together nonetheless. The low waisted pant silhouette, with her leopard unmentionables showing, gives me throwback, Lita-esque vibes. However, paired with sneakers, the skinnies feel very right now, with that delightful urbanity I've always loved in Carmella's style. What really gives this look it's punch, though, is the mahogany smoky eye and nude lip combo. It's almost startling in the way that it draws attention to her pretty eyes and I'm ttly loving the effect!
Charlotte attended the International Licensing Expo in Las Vegas wearing this swingy mulberry mini dress. I'm wild over this gorgeous, unique color, as well as the way this silhouette works on Charlotte. A fairly straight dress like this, in a soft, flowy fabric obscures curves, but draws attention to the legs. That makes highlighting them with a pair of killer heels a flawless choice -which is exactly what Charlotte has done here with these strappy sandal-booties. I love how the wide, almost industrial, vibe of the straps contrast with the softness of her dress. This is a flawlessly styled, A+ look from Char! Next up is a black monochrome look with a front lace-up detail. The picture lightning and quality makes an exact id tough, but I'd bet on this being a burnout velvet piece. Add leggings or skinny jeans and pointy-toe ankle booties and unleash your inner Dark Queen! I love that this is such a different style from the dress, but that both looks feel completely at-home on Charlotte. She keeps the casual going by pairing a Ric Flair tee with skinny jeans and the same ankle booties. She completed the look with a cropped biker jacket and oversize aviators. The change in tops gives this a more laidback, urban vibe, but she rocks it just as hard!
Cathy looked casually trendy as she combined this off-the-shoulder cutout top from Parker with medium wash denim skinny jeans from Madewell. So many of the current offerings of off-shoulder tops have ruffles and other frilly details that I'm loving this pared-down iteration that lets the silhouette do all the taking. I also love the hint of lightness gained by choosing blue denim over black. She finished the look with nude pumps, which works, although I'd have loved a simple black strappy sandal. She embraced the stripe trend with her next ensemble, which paired another off-the-shoulder top with dark jeans. It's hard to tell if these are black or blue, but considering her choice of a gold metallic pointy pump to finish the look, I'd have gone with blue. With shoe fiends everywhere doing almost nothing but nude lately, I'm enjoying her switch to a metallic, particularly since the polished gold contrasts with the breezy vibe of the stripes.
She continued her foray into blue and white with this cobalt-and-ivory printed romper. I love how open and delicate this print is - it feels so light and summery! We don't get to see her shoes choice, but this would be the right place for ivory sandals, or (even more fun!) blue sandals. Alternatively, you could make this a transitional outfit by finishing it with light-colored booties - I'm thinking pale gray or light beige suede.
Eva Marie's simple black look proves she doesn't have to accent the sexiness in her style to create a killer look. This high-cut bodysuit, paired with skinny jeans has a subtle, casual chic that I love. Nude shoes finish the look with leg-lengthening flair, while a black jacket brings a hint of attitude. It's 100% black for her next look, a date night outfit that combined a crushed velvet maxi dress form her NEM fashion line with a leather moto jacket and lace-up peep-toe ankle booties. This is a perfect example of blending femme pieces with tough ones and using texture flawlessly - the smooth leather gains a raw power when contrasted with the plush velvet. The shoes stick around for her next outfit, an off-the-shoulder romper in drape-y navy blue. The combination of deep blue and black has a wonderful vibrancy, especially for day-wear, where the subtle color difference has maximum impact. A delicate short pendant necklace adds just a hint of shine, echoing her reflective statement sunnies. Her last look immediately caught my because Eva in sneakers and at the gym? Hello...what? She combined a golden-beige off-the-shoulder velvet bodysuit with destroyed blue denim and black Converse sneakers for a 90's-leaning look (Converse were SO the sneakers of the grunge era! Add velvet to that and...well :) ) I love the fact that this is somewhat of a style departure for Eva, as well as the fact that the lightness of the beige and blue keep the outfit very summery, despite the velvet. I wouldn't immediately think of doing black sneakers here but seeing it, I love the way it grounds the look and enhances the throwback vibe.
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