We get a couple of cute, casual looks from Renee as she learns to ride or die, along with Brie. Renee's vibrant plaid shirt rocks when paired with ripped jeans. It has this laidback, classic Americana feel. We also get a quick glimpse at Brie's pairing of a sleeveless white tee with black denim. I love how she makes the look into something special with her additions of a slim chin and a fedora. Stephanie was stunning in blue in this cobalt, cap-sleeve sheath at the WrestleMania 33 Press Announcement. Sand-colored peeptoe booties brought a spunky styling to this look - a combo of simple dress with statement heels that is a Steph-fav. Renee was back again, showing us how to keep simple looks ultra cool, as she paired a classic white tee with leather leggings. Her half ponytail was a great way to keep this look fun and fresh, while her bright red lip added just the right pop of color. Caramel suede boots closed out her look; I confess I might have preferred black here to keep the contrast dynamic. If you remember that crochet lace sweater I raved over when Renee wore it on tv recently with a pleated skirt, get prepared: I'm about to rave again :). Brie paired this Nasty Gal piece (ID by fashionofthedivas) with checkered, cuffed pants and red pumps. Cuffed pants always have an 80's vibe to me, but the way Brie's paired them here, they almost defy a decade. Athough it seems like crochet and check would be a risky combination, the simple color pallet and opposite scale (the crochet pattern is large, while the check are quite small in comparison) make this outfit come together quite fabulously. This is one of those memorable Brie match-ups that pushes the envelope but completely works. It's bold and daring and requires a highly competent fashionista to invent and pull off...and Brie does it admirably. I live for the moments when she does styling like this!
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