- Dress for the red carpet with celebrity dresses now on sale — Fashion
- Listen to Rebecca Black's infectious follow-up to "Friday" — Entertainment
- Tell us which celebrity created the best scent of 2013 — Beauty
- Feel the love with the best TV families of 2013 — Moms
- Sip on vanilla-specked mulled wine this holiday season — Food
- Make anyone love lentils with these recipes — Fitness
- See the photos of stars heating up Miami at Art Basel — Celebrity & News
- Winterize your wine bottles for festive home accessories — Smart Living
- Turn folding chairs into statement furniture — Home
- Jump into the holidays with these wintry date ideas — Love & Sex
- See the top five geek-tastic Instagram photos of the week — Tech
We all have them: water stains, scuff marks, tarnished suede — in a nutshell, we're all plagued by boots that no longer look like they did when we bought them. Luckily, we're showing you three easy ways to get your shoes up to snuff, no matter what they're suffering from. Watch now to find out how to clean them at home and save a trip to the cobbler (as well as some cash)!
But of all the many collaborations we saw this year, four stick out for whipping shoppers into a frenzy and generally dominating conversations in 2013. Prabal Gurung and Phillip Lim's collaborations for Target, Catherine Malandrino's work for Kohl's, and Isabel Marant's partnership with H&M were all superlative, and we want you to vote in our poll by Dec. 16 to decide which was your favorite.
December has arrived, but cold temperatures have done nothing to slow down our favorite fashion insiders.
Whether escaping to Art Basel or enjoying holiday snacks, Hilary Rhoda, Eva Chen, and Poppy Delevingne managed to wrap the year up with style. Click through to see this week's best shots, and don't forget to keep up with our editors by following us at popsugarfashion!
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Pack away your emerald accessories, ladies. That jewel tone is so 2013. The It color for 2014? According to the hue professionals over at Pantone, it's a lovely shade of purple known as Radiant Orchid.
But if your wardrobe isn't filled with lilacs and lavenders, fear not. Pantone also just released its official Fashion Color Report for Spring 2014, complete with Dazzling Blues and Celosia Oranges. And if you're still unsure how to factor, say, a coral called Cayenne into your next outfit, New York's best designers have offered up sketches, their inspirations, and — not to complicate things — their own signature color.
Superspecial and often straight from the runway, the dresses paraded down the red carpet all year can seem to exist outside of the stratosphere of normal shopping. But not always. While perusing Net-a-Porter.com's huge designer sale, we spotted a few items that looked suspiciously familiar, like the above Dolce & Gabbana dress ($2,328, originally $3,325) that's basically an unembellished version of the one Lea Michele wore earlier this week. Even if the sale price tag still isn't exactly wallet-friendly, a girl can dream. See the other looks we've unearthed here — including one that belongs to a very famous member of the British royal family.
Prepare to swoon! The Temperley Pre-Fall 2014 brings us everything label is known for, including a plethora of pretty lace trims, art deco details, chic tailoring, cool jumpsuits, pops of colour (especially pink), and dramatic gowns. There are also peekaboo panels, '70s-inspired prints and shapes, full-length skirts, and leather biker jackets, plus a stunning white pleated gown that will no doubt make its way down the aisle worn by a very lucky bride at some point. Click through to see the collection in full.
Our week was full of surprises — not least of which was how good the stars looked! Amanda Seyfried started things off with one of her sweetest styles ever, stepping out in a pastel cocktail number in Seoul. She managed to keep the look seasonal with red lips that echoed the other lace dress in our top 10: Lea Michele's Dolce & Gabbana sheath.
Other shocks came in the form of unexpected hems — Amy Adams in David Koma and Sandra Bullock in Carolina Herrera, to name two — and a clever repurposing of Keira Knightley's Chanel wedding dress. Click through to see the looks we loved on some very chic ladies.