Lana exuded causal urban cool in this simple combo of a cropped gray knit cami and blue denim. The soft-knit-meets-smooth-woven is a classic and appealing. While I would probably think of silver first as a jewelry combination with this light graphite shade, Lana warms things up by using gold instead. She uses simple, delicate pieces that add a hint of shine and pull the look together in a subtle way. This look could be completed as easily with gray sandal-booties as with metallic gold pointy pumps.
Maryse broke out her fabulous Louboutin Gypsandals again, this time to pair with a black midi dress. The LBD has a bevy of straps at the back which create an intriguing detail that has the added benefit of not competing with the focal point of her look: those incredible shoes! Her mid-height pony keeps the look polished. Her look for the Extreme Rules photoshoot showcased the opposite side of her style: a mod, rocker compliation of futuristic latex and knit leggings paired with an ultra-cool sheer+leather-striped moto jacket. The black monochrome look has plenty of variety for the eye, while still being cohesive and offers a indubitably tough vibe. Maryse layered a graphic tee underneath and then piled on plenty of glam via a chain waterfall necklace and a crystal statement belt. We’ve seen a number of variations of this black, crystal and sheer mélange from many of the divas, but it’s a tribute to Maryse’s fashion sense that I’m still on board for the street-glam vibe of this look. From there, she moves to this gray midi dress from J Lux Label. I’m enjoying the departure this piece represents for Maryse – the belt and double-breasted detailing give it a suiting vibe that we don’t often see her explore. It still has plenty of sultriness though, due to the deep-v neckline and thigh-high slit. She gets an extra shot of fierce into the look with her ankle cuff heels (better pic of those beauties below).
She updated her pieced Wrestlemania gear in silver, keeping her trademarks - keyhole crop top and statement duster. The metallic is so much more vibrant than the black and the geometric blocking of this gear benefits from the strong contrast between the silver mosaic pieces and black background. She doesn’t skimp on the crystals either, which I love. This gear is much more effective and visually stunning than the previous (and already excellent) iteration. Maryse always just keeps getting better! She kept her look edited and refined for her Dub Magazine photoshoot, using the black tee+black pants backdrop we’ve often seen her employ and topping it with a statement double breasted gray jacket. This is a formula Maryse often chooses for more casual, professional events. It’s not ground-breaking, but it’s still stylish, attractive and perfectly pulled together. OTK boots add a dash of fierce to the look.
McKenzie has hit my radar hard lately; her style is wonderfully on point! She gives us a demo of it with this floral romper, a beautiful navy-lilac-teal hydrangea print that reminds me of Dolce & Gabbana’s blogger-favorite fabric. With a piece this simple, it’s all about the styling and McKenzie nails the look by adding delicate touches of shine: gold statement earrings and feminine gold strappy sandals.
Noelle reprises a look that’s been one of her trademarks – a mini dress paired with sneakers. This terra cotta-and-black tribal print dress has an exotic vibe which she gives center stage by completing the look with simple black sneakers. The high-top silhouette gives this look an 80’s feel, and Noelle makes the interesting note that she also wore this dress in high school. She gets a hat tip from me for keeping the piece and making it current and relevant – that’s a trademark of top-notch style sensibilities, and it’s practical as well. Next up from her is the casual pairing of an ivory high-low tee paired with lace-up shorts. She grounds this outfit with a delicate choker In black (she mentions that it nearly strangled her several times – I’m getting to totally adore her commentary!). We don’t get to see her shoe choice, but I’d have leaned toward black sneakers or espadrilles to echo the choker and maintain the laidback vibe.
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