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Slay Chrissy Teigen’s Swim Style With This Flattering Bikini From Amazon

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Think you hate wearing bikinis? We’re here to make you think twice. We get it, of course. It’s hard to feel confident when fashion magazines set such unrealistic expectations and you’re seeing so many stunning beach photos on Instagram. Or maybe you just hate the look of itsy-bitsy string bikinis in the first place. But sometimes inspiration strikes, and it changes everything.

When Chrissy Teigen posted her first bikini photo in “a long, long time,” in early July, we were stunned. Tiny string bikinis? Clearly not necessary to look like a babe-o-licious model in your swimwear. One-pieces? Cute and fun, but not the only flattering option out there. Teigen was rocking her high-waisted bikini to the moon and back. The only issue? Hers costs hundreds of dollars. But you know what? That’s

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5 Hair Accessories Fashion Girls Can’t Get Enough Of This Summer

When it comes to doing my own hair, I have zero patience to do anything elaborate. Even the thought of the sheer time it takes to curl my hair (for context, my hair is rather thin, but there’s a lot of it) is enough to make me tie it up, out of the way. This laziness on my part is largely the reason why I’ve since become obsessed with hair accessories

With the power to make your hair look pretty with minimal effort, hair accessories have become my go-to when my outfit feels a little plain, or I need a quick switch-up. So you can imagine my delight when, a couple of years back, hair accessories became a priority on the style agenda—a place they’ve remained ever since. 

However, looking at my collection of hair accessories, it dawned on me that most of them were created with party season

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Attention royal fashion fans! Meghan Markle’s chic Everlane flats are on sale right now for 40% off

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Images via Instagram/SussexRoyal, Everlane.
Images via Instagram/SussexRoyal, Everlane.

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With their sustainable materials, ethical manufacturing processes and transparent business model, it’s no wonder that the Duchess of Sussex is such a fan of Everlane. Meghan Markle, often spotted in a wide range of their stylish basics, has been one of the brand’s biggest supporters for years.

On last year’s tour of South Africa, Meghan was seen in a pair of bright red Editor Slingbacks, a comfortable yet chic footwear style that she’s so fond of she even has in two colours.

If you’re looking to take a page out

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Mona May Rewrote ‘90s Fashion. 25 Years Later, We’re Still Wearing Her Clothes.

Photo credit: ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection - Everett
Photo credit: ©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection – Everett

From ELLE

Clueless is officially 25 years old. Though it’s hard to process that milestone, the cult favorite has adapted with each passing year, finding its way onto streaming sites and into social media conversations and countless homages, from celeb Halloween costumes to the recent Baby-Sitters Club reboot. Now available on Netflix, Clueless—starring Alicia Silverstone and quotable one-liners like “I’m totally buggin’!” and “As if!”—has reached legend status, immortalizing Cher, Dionne (Stacey Dash), and the kids of Beverly Hills in the annals of film iconography.

Two and a half decades later, the fashion still reigns supreme. Polish costume designer Mona May is the mastermind behind Cher’s red Alaïa dress, plaid suits, and 60 (!!) costume changes. “So many of the outfits are still so wearable,” May tells ELLE.com over the phone. “You could go to Saks and Neiman and it’s

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Zac Efron’s ‘Down to Earth’ Style is Both Sustainable and Affordable

Photo credit: RVCA; Netflix
Photo credit: RVCA; Netflix

From Men’s Health

Zac Efron’s new show Down to Earth recently dropped on Netflix, and let’s be honest—the actor’s new “dad bod” look is gaining a lot of social traction. While the show does focus on healthy, sustainable living, it seems like fans also caught on to Efron’s love for a brand that has similar, if not the same home roots.

We get it—the actor is a California boy at heart. And RVCA (pronounced REW-KA), the brand he is seen sporting throughout the eight-episode series, made its home in the same state. The brand takes inspiration from different subcultures (such as surfing, skateboarding and jiu-jitsu, to name a few), making it the perfect garb for Efron as he travels the world to learn about subcultures trying to make the world better. According to the brand’s website, they’re all about redefining actually art

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Jennifer Aniston’s Peak ’90s Floral-Print Satin Dress

Accompanied by a flawless blowout of course.

Jennifer Aniston at an event in 1997.
Jennifer Aniston at an event in 1997.

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History,’ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

Aside from being an early advocate of freeing the nipple, Jennifer Aniston isn’t known for pushing style boundaries or making groundbreaking fashion choices. Her ’90s/noughties hairstyles are far more iconic and memorable than her outfits from that era, but there is one ensemble from the height of her “Friends” fame that stands out: a satin floral maxi that she wore to an event in 1997. 

The dress looks plucked from a Brock Collection show— one of those figure-hugging, floral-print silk ones that later makes its way to a chic Hamptons wedding.

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