red carpet footwear

Shoe of the Week: Bernardo Xam

Last summer’s hottest trend is back! Clog-inspired shoes are in this summer, adding a trendy yet vintage feel to any summer wardrobe. Hollywood’s sweetest fashionista, Whitney Port, has hopped onto the clog bandwagon with the statement-making Bernardo Xam. Whitney looks as perfect as ever, which illustrates the beauty of these shoes: they can instantly transform…

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Catch a Prince with Classy Wedge Heels!

Last month, audiences worldwide were captivated by a storybook royal wedding.  Kate Middleton, a common Brit of humble backgrounds, married her beloved Prince William, making her the new Duchess of Cambridge. The day after the couple bonded in matrimony, Kate took a stroll with her new hubby in this elegant outfit: Kate’s slender blue dress…

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Get Kate Middleton’s Royal Look: Badgley Mischka Lilly

Prince William and his soon-to-be wife Kate Middleton are all the rage in London and across the Atlantic as their royal wedding approaches. In about one month, Kate will become England’s next princess, and she has already become a major fashion icon. Kate’s sophisticated and understated fashion sense has been noted by many fashion magazines;…

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Get the Look: A Lookalike for Jennifer Hudson’s Louboutins

It’s hard not to fall in love with Jennifer Hudson and her sultry new look. She has been inspiring people from around the world with her voice and her smoking hot style! Steal this hot look from Jennifer Hudson for less! She is flaunting Christian Louboutin’s Amber, which retails for $2,455. You can get a…

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Red Carpet Alert: Black Peep Toes at the SAG Awards

We’re in the midst of Award Season, and this past weekend it was all about the Screen Actor Guild’s Awards. Once again, Hollywood’s top A-listers strutted their stuff on the red carpet of the SAG Awards. A couple trends stood out in Sunday’s fabulous affair where the best of television and film were honored. Our…

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