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From Date Night to Brunch: Exactly What to Wear This Weekend

May/03/2013 at 04:30 PM ET

Since we spend our days analyzing what the stars are wearing, we’re constantly coming across fresh wardrobe inspiration. And it’s only fair to share some of our favorites. Here are three outfits that will get you through the weekend looking super stylish. (Warning: These looks require some bare leg action, because we have serious spring fever in the PeopleStyleWatch.com office!)

Kristin Cavallari Dress All Access Photo/Splash News Online

Saturday night: It’s time to give your LBDs a rest ladies! (Yes, we really just said that). Take a cue from Kristin Cavallari and switch it up in this springy dress that’s perfect for a GNO, first date or wherever Saturday evening takes you. Kristin’s Aztec-print frock is almost a perfect match to this Dorothy Perkins midi (it’s a steal at $35). On the footwear front, go for Kristen’s strappy Lotteria sandals by Chinese Laundry (from her new collection!).
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From Date Night to Brunch: Exactly What to Wear This Weekend

Apr/19/2013 at 05:08 PM ET

Since not everyone can spend Friday mapping out their weekend wardrobe, we did it for you. Here are three looks that will get you through the next two days (and Monday) without having a mini fashion meltdown.

Sienna Miller trench Bennett Raglin/Wireimage

Saturday night: Sienna Miller knows how to flirt with the camera, and the boys. Take a cue from Marlowe’s hot mom before meeting up a with a guy and top your go-to LBD with a classic, belted trench. He won’t be able to stop thinking about what’s underneath. If you don’t have a trench, there’s no need to splurge on the actress’s Burberry topper. Try this $129 coat from Zara and make your stems look long and lean in a sexy pair of ankle booties like these Me Too shoes for $79.99. To complete the look, opt for a leopard satchel like GoJane’s crossbody for $57.20.
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Why the 'Bachelorette' Stars Wanted to Burn Their Costumes After Filming

Aug/27/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

Bachelorette: Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher RADiUS-TWC

Even celebrities have to learn to get dressed on a dime.

While Bachelorette boasts some high-wattage stars, the indie film was done on a relatively low budget. That doesn’t mean the actresses — Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan — skimped on their wardrobes, though.

“I actually asked Chanel to lend me a bag and a watch for the movie because [my character] Reagan’s very put together,” Dunst told PEOPLE Thursday at the Los Angeles premiere of the comedy, which hits theaters Sept. 7 and is currently available on iTunes and Video on Demand.

Because the film takes place predominately during the night before a wedding, most of the cast members were in the same outfits for much of the two-month shoot. For Dunst, that meant wearing a high-neck dress almost daily to reflect her character’s “type-A personality.”

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Celebs Are Going Wild for Current/Elliott's Leopard Jeans

Sep/26/2011 at 06:00 PM ET

Katie Holmes, Julianne Moore, Emily Blunt jeans
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Leopard is one of fall’s hottest trends, but less-fearless fashionistas have been sneaking it in with bags and belts. Not so these stars, who have committed full-out to the trend, sporting it in style with Current/Elliott’s red-hot “Leopard Stiletto” jeans.

The skinny style, which retails for $198, comes in two washes, a camel and a faded gray, which render the bold-print neutral enough to pair with a variety of looks. From left, Sarah Jessica Parker wore hers with a satin trench to take in a performance; Isla Fisher added a pop of color with bright flats; Mandy Moore topped hers with a loose-fitting tank; and Katie Holmes hit a concert in hers wearing a Nantucket red boyfriend sweater.

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