Kate and William’s impeccably put-together outfits. Little George’s beyond-adorable fashion choices. How could we be anything but obsessed? In honor of this soon-to-grow royal family, we’ve recreated each regal look with just one item.

Get the Royal Family's Style

For Prince William’s Look
You’ll rarely see Wills without a perfectly pressed button-front shirt. To dress one down, roll the sleeves up past your forearms and pair it with chinos or jeans. For a more formal look, opt for a navy suit-and-tie combo.

For Kate Middleton’s Look
The Duchess is known for her polished and practical fashion sense. And the one staple that ties it all together? Nude patent pumps. Grab a pair that complements your skin tone, then wear them with everything from dresses to jeans.

For Prince George’s Look
Although everything he wears is automatically aww-worthy, shortalls are Kate’s go-to for this little prince. Reach for a classic pinstriped or navy pair, then let those pinchable cheeks do the rest.

Now call the photographer. These outfits are royal-portrait material. Our Make It Your Own: The Duchess’ Style, Leading Man: Get Prince William’s Regal Look, and Royally Cute Style: Get Prince George’s Look Boutiques opened Friday, January 9, at 11AM ET.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 9, 2015

Who was in front of the lens for the latest episode of Vogue‘s web series 73 Questions? None other than Victoria Beckham. The former Spice Girl and current fashion designer answered a rapid-fire round of mind-probing questions, from daily rituals to David Beckham, all without cracking a smile.

Victoria leads viewers through her London showroom as she dishes out some surprising answers (Favorite flavor? Salt.) among more predictable replies (Favorite spice? Posh.). The best style secret she’s learned? “Less is more.” Well, we have to respectfully disagree. When it comes to her collection, we’ll take two of everything, please.

Spare 6 minutes of your morning to catch up with Victoria at vogue.com.

By Kim Watson, Staff Writer

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January 9, 2015
Black and white ensembles were a red-carpet go-to at the 2015 People’s Choice Awards last night in Los Angeles. The trendy-yet-timeless look was spotted on spring runways from Oscar de la Renta to Altuzarra, proving its status as a wardrobe all-star. While you can always add a punch of color with a bright bag or shoe, these three starlets stuck to the basics for accessories.
Black and White at People's Choice Awards
  1. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting showed off her figure in a monochrome outfit, coupled with another trend: midriff cutouts.
  2. Olivia Munn shimmered in a demure, horizontally striped, midi-length sheath dress from Giambattista Valli.
  3. Katharine McPhee wowed in a very of-the-moment Balmain dress, featuring both peekaboo detailing and stripes.

 

Who was your favorite at the People’s Choice Awards? Tweet me at @jackienas and let me know.

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Jackie Nasser joined Rue La La as fashion director in November of 2012. In close collaboration with the merchandising teams, she leads content production for lookbooks, style tips, and curated Boutiques. Jackie is the former Lead Editor for InStyle’s sister shopping site, StyleFind.com, which she launched. Prior to that, she served as Senior Fashion Editor at Lucky and at ELLE Girl, ELLE Accessories, and ELLE.com.

January 8, 2015

We’re a full week into the new year, and chances are you’ve signed up for the gym or reworked the contents of your fridge. But what about the kitchen as a whole? Here are three things that will help turn healthy resolutions into lifelong commitments.

 

Healthy Kitchen Additions

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January 8, 2015

Goodbye, miracle shakes and step aerobics. Hello, cutting-edge get-fit trends.

Health Beat

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January 8, 2015

Yes, 2015 has just begun. But we’re already crowning this year’s best Instagram account. Meet @fashiondads_, a hilarious Instagram dedicated to ordinary dads’ fashion choices.

Rocking “swishy pants” or six-year-old Velcro sneakers, the meme-worthy men dish out style tips like: Footwear. Is. Everything. I love these #vintage white leather Velcro sneakers with a navy accent on the tongue. They look fab with my #Arizona relaxed fit jeans and are #fashionable and #functional.

Guess I better start looking to my dad for fashion advice. Come to think of it, he is a pro at normcore.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 8, 2015

The time has come to say goodbye to C. Wonder‘s peppy, prep-centric line of apparel, accessories, and gifts. Yesterday, the brand confirmed it will close all its store locations, followed by the shuttering of its website in coming weeks.

C. Wonder hit several milestones since its 2011 launch in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, including winning an Accessories Council ACE Award for Best Specialty Retailer. Founded by Christopher Burch (also an adviser to jewelry brand BaubleBar), the colorful company found a niche in whimsical accessories and gift-worthy goods.

Until we pinpoint our next spot for a monogram fix, we’ll be missing C. Wonder’s cheeky graphics and hue-happy designs.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Content Editor

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January 7, 2015

What do Chiara FerragniZanita Whittington, and Nicole Warne have in common? Other than being wildly popular fashion bloggers, the three are the first in their field to land the cover of a major U.S. fashion magazine (Lucky’s February 2015 issue, to be exact).

February Lucky Magazine Cover

Image via luckymag.com

Quite a lot has changed since Chiara, Zanita, and Nicole first stepped onto the fashion-blogging scene several years ago. What began as side projects turned into full-fledged businesses with the same perks that fashion’s finest editors received only after years in the industry.

“We don’t just blog – we do so many different things,” Chiara told LuckyAnd that they do. Nicole has modeled for Lancôme. Zanita has starred in a Louis Vuitton campaign. And Chiara has written a book and created an eponymous shoe line. It’s safe to say blogging is just the beginning for them.

As for all those naysayers who think the blogging game is on its way out? These ladies clearly prove otherwise.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 6, 2015

Change is in the air for New York Fashion Week. Yesterday WWD reported that come September, runways will swap Lincoln Center for yet-to-be-named downtown digs. According to the event’s organizers, it’s too early to disclose the new destination. However, site theories abound. Could several venues host the seasonal show? And what about Culture Shed, which is still being built?

The world-famous event has also dropped Mercedes-Benz from its title. From now on, it will simply be called New York Fashion Week (which is what we’ve all been calling it anyway). So in February, say your final goodbyes to Lincoln Center and keep your eyes peeled for NYFW’s next home-sweet-home.

By Emily Ketterer, Staff Writer

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January 6, 2015

The best part about committing to get fit? Grabbing new gym gear, of course. And Stella McCartney has teamed up again with adidas on a line of activewear, StellaSport, that will have you racing to hit the treadmill.

Stella McCartney adidas StellaSport

Image via WWD.com

StellaSport boasts bright colors and bold patterns that blur the line between studio and street (giving us a little less to load into our gym bag). And with a January 15 launch, the collection arrives in time to start 2015 on the right foot.

If you’re also set on saving more green this year, the styles are all within the $20 – $100 range. A wear-everywhere wardrobe that won’t break the bank? Prepare to nail more than one feel-good resolution.

By Kim Watson, Staff Writer

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January 5, 2015