As if their fame and fortune weren’t enough, a well-dressed celebrity couple is enough to make a girl downright envious. I love a stylish duo and tend to romanticize their relationship just a bit more due to their beauty. In no particular order (because let’s face it—they’re all fabulous!), take a look at my favorite fashion-forward red carpet couples!
Kim Kardashian West & Kanye West
Kim credits Kanye for her style overhaul; she’s dressing more daring and sexy than ever since they started their reign as arguably Hollywood’s most notorious couple.
Victoria & David Beckham
This power couple is beautiful, rich, and chic. David can wear anything (or nothing!) and women will fawn, and Victoria’s impeccable style has shaped a fashion empire of her own.
Beyoncé & Jay-Z
Bey and Jay have an image to uphold as music’s most powerful moguls.
Amal Alamuddin & George Clooney
These newlyweds are the definition of sophisticated and have quickly gained the title of the most dapper couple in Tinseltown.
Chrissy Teigen & John Legend
A model and musician match made in heaven, Chrissy and John could not be more beautiful. These two are obviously in sync on and off the red carpet.
Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds
These low-key lovebirds attract nothing but attention when they step out together.
Rose Huntington-Whitely & Jason Statham
He’s sharp and sophisticated, and she’s sexy and daring. Together they are a sight for sore eyes.
Lauren & Aaron Paul
Breaking Bad made Aaron a household name, and Lauren’s nonprofit work benefits young girls around the world. Together they are a passionate, fun-loving, stylish duo.
Kate Bosworth & Michael Polish
Seemingly some of the most approachable stars on the list, they quickly became one of Hollywood’s most stylish couples.
Gigi Hadid & Zayn Malik
The newest and youngest couple on this list, Gigi and Zayn are trendy and sexy.
It’s not enough these days to excel at just one thing; celebrities seem to delving into projects all over the map, becoming double or even triple threats. There is seemingly nothing that you can’t do with a lot of cash and a bit of fame. It’s no surprise that many of our favorite stylish celebs have dabbled in fashion, with some making barely a splash and others creating true fashion empires.
Check out my list below for the celeb fashion lines you’d be wearing even if they weren’t designed by a big name. These are worthy of your hard-earned cash.
House of Harlow, Winter Kate, A Pea in the Pod – Nicole Richie
From bohemian-chic ready-to-wear, to accessories and maternity wear, Nicole Richie has managed to create three beautiful lines that you never saw coming when she was introduced to the world on The Simple Life.
Fabletics – Kate Hudson
Paper Crown, Lauren Conrad
Romantic, feminine, and sophisticated, Paper Crown is the perfect line for when you need an occasion outfit. Luckily for us, Lauren ‘LC’ Conrad has come a long way from her denim skirts and flip flops during the Laguna Beach days.
Jessica Simpson – Jessica Simpson
I am not ashamed to admit that I own The Newlyweds on DVD and still watch it occasionally. I fell in love with Jessica’s fun pop music and her spunky personality, and now I have fallen for her clothing line. Clothes, accessories, shoes, swimwear, and now activewear—the billion-dollar empire shows no sign of slowing!
The Row, Elizabeth and James – Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen
The former child actresses managed to elude the infamous curse of child stardom and build a fashion empire worth billions. The twins haven’t just done well, they’ve become successful, award-winning fashion designers. These lines will cost you more, but the quality and timelessness are worth it!
This week, we’re focusing on one of the “Girls” whose style is all her own. She is Jemima Kirke.
From her character on Girls to her real-life self walking down the streets of New York, Jemima always keeps it unique and effortless. She mixes vintage into her looks to keep them interesting, but she also knows how to rock a designer piece like the rest of them. She is one to watch.
Who wants to be anything but comfortable on a flight? At LAX and JFK, celebrities are just like us. No matter where you’re going or what the duration of your flight is, having some comfort while stuck in those tiny seats with no leg room is a must. Still, as these celebs show us below, it is absolutely possible to be chic whilst being comfy.
Check out some of my favorite celebrity airport style trends to inspire your travel attire!
A little stretch in your fabric goes a long way on a long flight. Elevate your athleisure look by dressing monochromatic, throwing a chic leather jacket over your outfit, or a tying a long sleeve button-up around your waist.
Wearing light layers, like a cardigan or a scarf, will keep you warm when it gets chilly while flying and later lets you cool off when you land. Functional and practical! If the weather permits, layering your heaviest coat or sweater will also save precious room in your luggage.
Stretchy jeans, a tee, and easy shoes: this is a no-fail outfit formula for a relaxed flight!
Remember that traveling should be fun, and there’s enough stress in preparing for a trip—so don’t add being uncomfortable for hours in a tiny plane seat to your plans!
I’ve said it before and I will say it again: fashion is a means to express and introduce yourself before you’ve said a single word. Powerful, successful ladies are finally getting the respect we deserve. It’s a time when women can break professional and fashion boundaries, so I’m sharing my favorite style cues from TV’s most powerful women—who show that you don’t need to compromise style when you’re looking for respect.
Olivia Pope, Scandal
Pope (portrayed by Kerry Washington) is often dressed in soft, lighter colors, making her stand out in a room full of dark, drab suits. She commands a room and make’s the audience’s eyes go straight to her.
Annalise Keating, How to Get Away With Murder
The no-nonsense Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) can be cold and tougher than she needs to be, but her wardrobe certainly does not lack a feminine sensibility, with curve-hugging dresses and a jewelry collection to covet.
Selina Meyer, Veep
Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) doesn’t mess with the standard monochromatic pantsuit when it comes to dressing for the public eye; she sticks to bold colors that show off her form and reflect her leadership qualities.
Mindy Lahiri, The Mindy Project
Mindy (Mindy Kaling) manages to successfully balance motherhood, being an OBGYN at a clinic, and running her own fertility practice, all while showing her strong personality with a mix of colors, fabrics, and silhouettes.
Kate Beckett, Castle
With the series ending this past spring, we sadly won’t be able to see Kate (Stana Katic) every week—but that’s what Netflix is for, right?! Kate is intelligent and resilient, and she does not sacrifice style while kicking ass. Kate’s style is tough, minimalist chic with subtle sexy details mixed in.