A lil' bit of fierce and FFLLLLLLAWLeeeeeeeeeesss style inspiration today: we're getting our ideas from Michelle McCool's WrestleMania week look. Michelle slayed in an apple red halter top with flared jeans and a fierce pair of red sandals. Her trademark bold bracelet adds some extra punch to the look, along with a touch of flash at her neckline. If you're heading out to a concert, girl's night or a meet-n-greet for your fans (boyfriend? (boyfriendS?) ;) and want go full on LayCool, grab yourself a red cropped top. Match it up with flared jeans in a medium-light wash (go with bootcut if you don't have flares yet ;) and PS white denim will work just as well). Finish things off with a crazy HAWT pair of red heels: strappy, fringe-y, studded...you get the idea. A bold gold cuff (or a stack of slimmer pieces) brings the shine. Add a lariat or a LayCool-approved pair of statement earrings. If you want to tone this down a smidge for non-paparazzi company, try a tunic instead of a crop top. Roll long sleeves to show off your statement armwear. Jeans and jewelry: same as above. For a laidback feel, leave the tunic long and loose. Alternatively, add a bit more attitude by belting the waist: try fierce wide leather, skinny and studded. Finish with lace-up or pointy-toe flats. Then again, you could tuck the top in and go with a rhinestone-embellished piece instead - LayCool always did love them some glam! Coordinating neutral booties -perhaps with a Western vibe- provide the balance for the look if your go this route, along with leather+crystal baubletry. So, break out the red, dish out some real talk, remember to check your look in your mirror every few seconds so nothing falls out of place and #StayFlawless :)
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