With warm weather comes the exciting opportunity to bare your arms (or sometimes even your abs) — and we couldn't be more excited at the prospect of picking up some sweet new tops for the season ahead. From hot tops to wear at night and not-so-basic button-downs to pretty pieces in lightweight lace, crochet, and chiffon, we've got you covered when it comes to updating your wardrobe from the waist up. We've rounded up 50 Summer-perfect tops, all coming in under a cool 50 bucks — click through now to see and shop them all.
This week in the world of social media, it was all about spending time with fashionable friends and sharing sweet snaps along the way. Poppy Delevingne and Henry Holland played a game of telephone (with sparkly heels, no less), and Sienna Miller snuggled with her baby girl, Marlowe, during a daytime birthday party. Coco Rocha set sail across the Sydney Harbour as fellow model Bar Refaeli shaded her face from the sun during a beach day. Prabal Gurung posed with his high-profile celebrity pals at his Vogue x MAC Cosmetics event (just imagine being able to call Zoe Saldana and Diane Kruger your friends!), while BFFs Karlie Kloss and Jourdan Dunn hit the kitchen for a cooking segment. Cara Delevingne shared a snap of the "weirdest breakfast ever" — and can you guess which model mom got back to nature with a horseback ride to the beach?
The NBA playoffs are underway, but you don't have to be a basketball fanatic to appreciate all the amazing celebrity sideline style. And while a sporting event may not be the first place we would rock five-inch heels, it certainly works for the likes of Beyoncé and Victoria Beckham. Meanwhile, Olivia Wilde opted to show her New York Knicks pride by wearing the team's colors: blue and orange. From coast to coast, fashionable stars have stepped out in cool ensembles to cheer on the LA Lakers and Brooklyn Nets, too — and we're highlighting some of our favorite courtside looks. Click through now to see them all now!
Wedding season is in full swing here at POPSUGAR, and we have everything you need when it comes to dresses, decor, bridal beauty, and more. Whether you're in need of bridesmaid tips, seeking savvy spending advice, or in the mood to check out the most memorable TV and movie weddings, look no further.
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Lauren Conrad may be best known for her starring roles on Laguna Beach and The Hills, but over the years she has proven herself to be quite the triple treat. The blond beauty has blossomed into an author, designer, and beauty guru — not to mention one of our favorite celebrity social media fixtures. What we love most about Lauren's style is how laid-back, put-together, and incredibly accessible it is. She's got a serious knack for fusing high fashion with California beach babe, which is an aesthetic that we can all get behind. From embellished party dresses to glamorous red carpet confections, Lauren's signature style continues to evolve — and she's taught us more than a few styling lessons along the way. So get a pen and grab a seat, then take note of LC's most stylish looks over the years.
— Additional reporting by Mandi Villa
Kate Upton graces Vogue's June cover, and in addition to modeling equestrian-chic separates in the accompanying spread, she also does what she's become famous for — showing off her enviable figure in gorgeous swimsuits. Looking every bit the picture-perfect pinup girl in suits from Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel, Kate's high-fashion beach pieces looked impossibly cool when paired with classic Ray-Ban Wayfarers and a tousled updo. Kate nails the modern bombshell look, and we're considering adopting it as our very own this season — starting with a retro-chic swimsuit. Whether you pair high-waisted bikini bottoms with a structured bra top or rock a '60s-style one-piece with nothing else, it's easy to achieve a figure-flattering poolside look, and we're helping you out by rounding up some of our own. Click through to shop 16 of our most-loved suits for the season ahead.
Miley Cyrus is No. 1 on Maxim's annual Hot 100 list, after beating out a roster of sexy stars like Megan Fox, Cameron Diaz, Rihanna, and Beyoncé. She may have gotten her start as Hannah Montana — but judging by her edgy haircut, skin-baring ensembles, and the engagement ring that's (sometimes) on her finger, it's pretty clear that Miss Miley is all grown up. She's gotten progressively more experimental with her style over the past couple of years and has been mixing things up with microminis, strategic cutouts, and dangerously low necklines — not to mention a midriff-baring look or two. To celebrate Miley's hot Maxim news, we're taking a look at 10 of her sexiest red carpet looks so far. Click through now to see them all.
Baseball caps used to be relegated to sports games and bad hair days, but now they're one of the coolest, easiest ways to accessorize for Summer. It was a look we spotted around the Fashion Week tents on style insiders, not to mention on the runways at Alexander Wang and DKNY — and it has quickly become one of our favorite trends. We've picked five baseball caps that are perfect for your Summer adventures, whether you're headed to the beach or kicking it at an outdoor music festival. Watch on to see how you can protect your face from the sun in the chicest way possible.
On Allie: Club Monaco blouse and jacket. On Britt: Rag & Bone Jean tee, BCBG Max Azria jacket and necklace.
Models, designers, celebrities, and more descended upon Manhattan this week for the 2013 Met Gala, and made sure to share their punk-infused snaps throughout the event. In addition to those high-glamour photos, we also got a glimpse of our fashionable favorites in their moments of work and play. Hilary Rhoda had an unfortunate spill on the set, while her fellow model Coco Rocha showed off her most-loved color of the moment. Cara Delevingne cozied up to Karl Lagerfeld in Singapore, and Stella McCartney made a special visit to Rihanna's concert in London. Also hanging across the pond was Nicky Hilton, who shared a cool candid snap in front of a classic British phone booth, while Bar Refaeli warned against the dangers of skinny dipping — alone.
Our first lady isn't just a supercool mom and inspiring role model; she's a style maven, too. Michelle Obama is able to jump-start new health- and dance-related initiatives, attend summits and galas around the world with her husband, take her kids to school, and look amazing as she juggles it all. From the custom Jason Wu gown she donned at the president's inaugural ball to casual J.Crew separates, we love her signature style of mixing high and low brands. Her special attention on supporting new, young designers, her disposition toward wearing bright, bold colors, and her knack for showing off those amazingly toned arms are just a few more reasons why we love our FLOTUS's panache. And with yesterday's pretty floral Prabal Gurung sheath (to meet Prince Harry!) supplying our latest round of classic styling inspiration, we're taking a closer look at her best outfits yet.
—Additional reporting by Marisa Tom
Target announced today that it is collaborating with designer Phillip Lim on an exclusive Fall 2013 collection, slated to hit Target stores on Sept. 15. The range will feature over 100 items for both men and women, including apparel, shoes, bags, and travel accessories — all priced between $20-$300. We can also expect the collection to be rooted in a classic autumnal palette, and collaboration line aside, the designer will stick to his signature modern, sophisticated aesthetic. Phillip Lim explained that he's been "intrigued by the idea of a design evolution" since an early age, and is excited at the prospect of creating a collection "that would inspire — one that is cool and chic, but still very accessible." Does that mean we'll see a Pashli look-alike?
In honor of the designer's big collaboration news, we've rounded up some of our favorite 3.1 Phillip Lim runway looks over the years — as well as Target's video sneak peek and your first look at Lim's sketches. Click through to see them all now, and don't forget to mark your calendars for Sept. 15!
Hold on to your (leather) hats: Madonna is being honored as the Top Touring Artist at next week's Billboard Music Awards, thanks to the worldwide success of her recent MDNA tour.
The international superstar, clothing chameleon, and ultimate risk-taker has brought so much good to our lives — and single-handedly ushered in tons of trends since she hit the scene in the early '80s. From Ray-Ban Wayfarers and fingerless lace gloves to cone bras and stacks of rubber bracelets (the original arm party, in our opinion), Madonna has a long history of setting trends and paving the way for fashion freedom — and if her punk-inspired look from Monday's Met Gala is any indication, it doesn't look like she's stopping anytime soon. We're taking a look back at the many trends that Madonna set into motion — click through to see them all now.
We love seeing the stars' behind-the-scenes moments as they celebrate at big events — and the Costume Institute Gala was nothing short of fabulous. Some of our favorite snap-happy celebs like Gisele Bundchen, Miranda Kerr, and Stella McCartney got dolled up in their finest punk-inspired pieces and shared their fun, filtered photos from the red carpet and beyond. From the dressing room to the afterparties, we've rounded up all of the cute candids from the evening's fashionable festivities — click through to see all of them now.
Who knew full coverage could be so sexy? While some of last night's Met Gala attendees opted for microminis and dangerously low necklines, Jennifer Lopez and model Joan Smalls went a different route, both swapping short and sweet for sheer, long, and seriously rocker chic. Joan arrived on the arm of Tom Ford in a black lace gown from the designer's Fall 2013 collection — an ornate creation that left little to the imagination — which she accessorized with a single gold razor blade earring. Jennifer Lopez brought along not one, but two handsome escorts: her boyfriend, Casper Smart, as well as her designer date, Michael Kors. Jennifer's gown boasted a revealing back cutout and sequined giraffe print, and perfectly complemented her famous curves. It's clear that both Jennifer and Joan got the long-sleeved, sheer-gown memo — but which of them got it right?
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The Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art never fails to bring out the big guns — after all, where else can A-list celebrities, designers, models, and fashion insiders rub elbows . . . in couture? For last night's Met Gala, fashion's finest converged to celebrate the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition, which honored punk's impact on high fashion over the past three decades (and counting). As is customary for this event, celebrities and models arrived on the arms of their favorite designers and hit the red carpet with their superstylish significant others and fashionable friends — so we're rounding up the well-dressed duos (OK, there may be some trios thrown in there as well) from the night's rock-'n'-roll-inspired red carpet. Click through to see them all now.
— Additional reporting by Leah Melby
There is quite possibly no bigger (or more extravagant) fashion event than the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Each year, the best and brightest of the industry come together to celebrate the museum's exhibit (it's commonly referred to as the Oscars of the East Coast) — and celebrities, models, and designers bring their sartorial A-game to the corresponding red carpet. This year's event is fast approaching, and we'll be covering all the glamour right here on May 6 — but to get us in the mood, we're taking a look back at the most memorable Met Gala looks over the years. From Kate Moss's metallic Marc Jacobs frock to Sarah Jessica Parker's tartan Alexander McQueen getup and Beyoncé's skin-tight Pucci gown, click through now to see over 100 gorgeous gowns from parties past.
Don't forget to check back for more Met Gala coverage, and watch the Met Gala red carpet live tonight, at 7 p.m. EDT/4 p.m. PDT on Vogue.com.
Did someone say Spring shoes? Get ready to pack away your heavy leather and shearling styles in favor of lighter, brighter, sunnier shoes. That's right, friends — it's finally time to show some toes! We're helping you round out your warm-weather wardrobe with our ultimate Spring shoe guide, including all the best styles and trends for the season at every possible price point. We've pretty much covered everything, from ankle-strap heels to beachy-cool espadrilles to a classic pair of single-sole pumps. Click through to start updating and upgrading your shoe game now.
May is here, which means a fresh new crop of stylish celebrity candids to pore over. This week, Candice Swanepoel showed off one of our favorite Summer trends, while Rachel Zoe gave us a glimpse at her official CFDA member card. Chrissy Teigen had a slight wardrobe hiccup before heading to the White House Correspondents' Dinner, but was still able to turn it out in time for the big event. Rihanna and Zoe Saldana sported bad-ass looks from Mary Katrantzou and Balmain, respectively, but it was Brian Atwood's giant shoe delivery that really had us talking — can you guess what gala he's prepping for?
There's no doubt that your love for Mom is overflowing — but maybe your wallet isn't. In such a case, it's imperative to find a gift that shows how much you cherish your dear mother without breaking the bank. Enter our budget-friendly Mother's Day gift guide, expertly culled to cover everything from cozy robes and classic PJs to chic accessories and sleek essentials — all sure to make her smile. Click through now to see and shop 25 perfect gifts for Mom, all under 100 bucks, and be sure to check out our luxe Mother's Day gift selection if you have some financial wiggle room.
With the Met Gala paying homage to the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition, it's no wonder why we've got rock 'n' roll on the brain. Designers like Vivienne Westwood and Jean Paul Gaultier and big-time brands like Balmain and Givenchy all injected a punk-inspired spin into their Spring collections — and while the runway looks can get a little over the top (this is a show, after all), getting in on the trend yourself can be much easier than you think. We like to cull inspiration from the greats — punk pioneers like Debbie Harry, Sid Vicious, Siouxsie Sioux, and The Ramones, who all made superskinny jeans, ripped shirts, cutout dresses, and studded leather de rigueur. To celebrate Monday's big event, we've styled up three punk-inspired outfits that will have you looking like you're straight out of CBGB. Click through to see and shop them now.