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Making Celeb Fashions Your Own

0 Comments 09 June 2006

Usually, I wouldn’t be caught dead in some of the extreme and showy outfits that celebs wear, but once in a while, something grabs a hold of my interest. With a few changes, I feel the rest of the world can walk down the street in something similar.

Let’s take Jessica Alba for example. She hosted the MTV Movie Awards last night and that means dressing to impress. I fell in love with this dress, but the chances of having a place to wear it is rather slim. I think it would look great with a little covering up .perhaps a nice slip underneath and a jacket to downplay the excessive cleavage?

Miyagi- Petal Jacket, $280

Christina Aguilera arrived on the “Blue Carpet” wearing this disco ball ensemble, but just imagine this style if it was a skirt. A little more bearable? This would be interesting for a night on the town. By the way, this is a great example of how a classic, clean hairstyle can really make the most of an outfit.

The dress that Alicia Keys is wearing is fit for a wedding, but you can capture an important piece of this design by focusing on the top portion. There are plenty of sheer tanktops out there that can turn a pair of jeans into WOW! Top off the outfit with a pair of sexy open-toed shoes with a heel.

So, the next time you think a runway style is too wild for your reality or you can’t dress like the celebs, you can always dress down any design or get inspired and make it your own.

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