Since these kids have better wardrobes than us, it’s totally acceptable to be jealous of them. Right?

1. Rachel Zoe styles practically everyone in Hollywood. So it’s hardly surprising that her son Skyler always looks so dapper.

2. You might not see Alia Wang in the tabloids as often as the Jolie-Pitts, but when she shows up, she owns it in street wear.

3. Tabitha and Marion Broderick are double-trouble. Not only do they look alike, they dress (adorably) alike, too.

4. When Kingston Rossdale dyed his mohawk blue at age 6, he pretty much cemented himself as a pint-sized trendsetter.

5. Let’s be real. No list of fashionable kids would be complete without the queen herself, Ms. Suri Cruise.

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August 23, 2013

New year, new wardrobe, right? Yes – but that doesn’t mean ditching your old sartorial standbys. In fact, sometimes it just takes a few updates (a new necklace here, a new way to style there) to turn old favorites into completely fresh-feeling outfits. Here’s how:

1. Layer it up and accessorize, accessorize, accessorize. Opting for a new necklace or bracelet will take a once-tired sweater to stylish new heights. Try layering the sweater over a colorful button-down, adding a glittery collar necklace, and heading out the door. (Check out these tips for how to layer.)

2. Dye it. Dyeing might be frightening because of its very permanent status, but with all eyes on ombre at the moment, it can’t hurt to give it a shot (peep the DIY here). Just add some bold leggings for an of-the-moment ensemble.

3. Let your tailor work some magic. Everyone’s familiar with denim cutoffs, but why not try altering some outdated dress pants? With the help of a tailor, cut those slacks and give them a cuffed hem for a fancier alternative to jean shorts. Pair with tights in all patterns and colors – they’ll add an extra dose of flair.

4. Or, do it yourself. Got a beloved shirt that’s lost its shape? Make it a vest. This one’s not for the craftily challenged – you’ll need some sewing skills. But throw it on over a new sundress and add a belt, and that old favorite will take on new life.

By Anna Kuchinsky, Staff Writer

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January 28, 2013

How to Wear Emerald

Jewel-tone hues are making a comeback – in a big way. Pantone, the leading authority on color trends, has ruled emerald as the color of the year for 2013, and we can’t wait to start incorporating it into our closets. Here’s how:

Start small. Try mixing the color into your accessories first. A pair of teardrop earrings, a statement necklace, or an eye-catching bracelet (like the one above) boasting the shade will automatically boost your day-to-day wardrobe.

Contrast. Pair this tone with different textures (think wool and silk or chiffon and leather) and other complementary shades, like navy, for a look that makes a statement – but not too loudly.

Make it your basic. Opt for this rich color instead of reaching for your go-to white V-neck the next time you feel like dressing down.

Dress it up. Say goodbye to your favorite LBD and show up to your next cocktail party draped in this lush tone.

Switch up your shoes. Now would be the perfect time to swap your standard black pumps for a pair of emerald suede heels (sky-high encouraged).

Clutch it. Nothing inserts a pop of color into an outfit like a unique bag. A metallic leather clutch in this rich shade will add an unexpected touch to an otherwise toned-down blazer-and-heels ensemble.

By Lauryn Paiva, Staff Writer

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January 3, 2013

10 TIPS FROM SPANX FOUNDER SARA BLAKELY

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While we usually look for ways to update our wardrobe by adding from the top down, a re-thinking of basics can add life, shape, and a definite boost of confidence. SPANX founder Sara Blakely shared with us her favorite ways to work in some truly transformational base-layer updates.

1. Pencil skirts are everywhere this season. Wear one with a half slip or try a pair of sheer control top pantyhose for an extra-polished look and hourglass silhouette.

2. Try a SPANX black lace cami under a long cardigan for a cool, layered look and a little extra tummy control.
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