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Last weekend was full of dress-up opportunities, and there are plenty more coming down the pike. So we decided to give your sparkly minis and chandelier earrings a break, and opt instead for cool-girl, low-key looks that are comfortable and casual.
This weekend’s outfit inspiration is taking into account that Thursday may have been indulgent, and thus we may find ourselves in need flattering blazers, loose fitting tees and slimming all-black outfits. With us in that boat? Then see below for our top picks for tomorrow’s night out, Sunday’s bestie brunch and the Monday back at work after a long weekend.
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In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we saw lots of long-overdue color on the red carpet and high slits from practically everyone but Miley Cyrus. One look that we don’t think is going to catch on, however: Baggy, oversized silhouettes. Though we give points for the comfort factor.
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Words that we typically apply to our night-out bags: Sexy. Glittery. Bright. Fun. Festive. Words that we rarely, if ever, apply to our night-out bags: Businesslike. But that may change soon, if these stars are any indication.
Within the last week, Jessica Biel, Emma Roberts and Salma Hayek have all opted for briefcase-inspired designs to complement their red carpet attire. Biel’s Mark Cross was the most literal interpretation of the look — it truly looked like she could covertly drop off a few stacks of hundreds with her borrowed-from-the-boys style. (And for what it’s worth, most of you voted this look a “hot mess.”)
Roberts’s B Brian Atwood had the same boxy shape and top handle, but the gold accents feminized it a bit — not to mention the satin-and-lace dress and red heels with which she paired it. And Hayek’s fit in well with her graphic black-and-white ensemble at Paris Fashion Week — it gave a little ’50s punch along with the glasses and the Pollock-inspired print.
With menswear still one of the hottest trends out there, we have a feeling this may catch on pretty quickly. Would you give this staid look a shot? And if so, whose look would you most likely imitate: Biel’s literal look, Robert’s über-girlie outfit or Hayek’s mod styling?
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Last night, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake appeared to be very, um, in sync: The married couple wore totally matching suit ensembles to the premiere of Timberlake’s new movie, Runner Runner, in Las Vegas (see top left photo). And by totally matching, by the way, we mean totally matching: The two both chose to not get their full suit and tie on and opt for a tie-less look, and they also styled their hair in similar slicked-back ‘dos. They even wore matching black shiny shoes.
They went straight for the twin win during London Fashion Week in February, too, as seen in the middle picture. Both of them sported silky blue blazers at the Tom Ford show and even posed with matching flutes of champers, leaving us no choice but to a) conclude that they must have had a “what should we wear and drink tonight” convo before the event and b) ask the universe why, oh why, we were not flies on the wall during that undoubtedly epic exchange.
And finally, it must be noted that Timberlake and Biel’s twinning approach is not limited to the red carpet — they also have matching street style, as evidenced in the top-right photo. The two are taking a downtown stroll through N.Y.C. basically looking like they popped out of the same womb in long jackets, jeans, sunglasses and black boots. Heck, even their strides match!
So, what’s our grand conclusion about JT and JB’s matchy-matchy style? We’re still not totally sure. But this much we know is true: The couple that dresses together, stays together.
What do you think about their matching ensembles? Do you think it’s cute or should they vary it up? Would you ever twin it up with your boyfriend?