Labor Day is just around the corner, and whether you are heading out of town, attending a backyard barbecue, or hanging around your city for a staycation, we have seven celeb-approved looks just for you. Get sporty in a pair of leather track shorts like Jessica Hart, showcase the new Fall It color in a red-hot look like Jordana Brewster, go girlie in a printed minidress like Leslie Bibb, or amp up your little black dress with a bevy of statement necklaces like Camila Alves. Click through to draw inspiration from these trendsetting starlets, then shop their looks — a few exact pieces! — for yourself to ensure a very fashionable Labor Day.
Michelle Trachtenberg was all smiles working a mint Rails Clothing blouse, Black Orchid skinny jeans ($128), and Rachel Zoe slingback wedges ($249, originally $355) while leaving a party in Brentwood. The actress glammed up her solid separates with this snake chain-strap Vince Camuto bag ($198), double-wrap Lindsay Vallan necklace, and oversized sunglasses. Re-create Michelle's sweet Summer look with some of her exact pieces, then later pair them with this black sheath by The Limited ($90) to turn heads at cocktail hour.
Right before donning a fierce Jean Paul Gaultier gown at the Grammy Awards, Fergie went for a less fancy but still daring look after touching down at LAX. The singer started with a few staple pieces — Ann Taylor's statement cuff blouse, Black Orchid skinnies, and peep-toe pumps — then amped up her ensemble with a colorful floral jacket and celeb-favorite Givenchy tote. Her eye-catching jacket pairs perfectly with more than just denim; try it over a tank and peplum skirt, then accessorize with a neon clutch for extra flair.
Now that you're all caught up with This Means War's wardrobe stylist Sophie De Rakoff, it's time to get down to another very important matter: exactly what Reese Witherspoon wore in the flick, which comes out on Feb. 17. First, De Rakoff describes Reese's character Lauren's style as "sexy, chic, modern, and confident." That means she put Reese in only the most fabulous pieces from amazing designers like Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Burberry, Marc Jacobs, Ports 1961, Isabel Marant, The Row, Parker, Black Orchid, Theory, and way more. Before you hit the theaters next week, step inside to find out exactly what Reese wore in This Means War and how to re-create her onscreen looks for your offscreen life.
We spotted Zoe Saldana out in LA, dressing up a pair of distressed flares with a breezy Summer blouse. We love how she balances casual-chic with easy pieces, then adds a few choice accessories, like her Ann Taylor platforms ($140, originally $198) and gorgeous, buttery leather tote. Just finish with a pair of classic Ray-Bans ($145) to pull off the same smart, low-key look. Just click the items above to shop a similar style.
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Kate Moss looked street-chic while leaving her Highgate London home to check out her local pub. Kate's fitted Rails button-up, Black Orchid zippered jeggings and Rag and Bone moto boots complemented her lean frame. She finished off her look with Ray-Ban wayfarers, an oversize leather coat, and her coveted Chanel purse for a touch of feminine flair. Shop here to get Kate's exact top, skinnies, sunglasses, and boots.
As part of his new Tom Ford Beauty line, the designer has just released a fragrance, called Tom Ford Black Orchid Eau de Parfum, that's as exotic and decadent as the flower it's named after. The spicy, sexy scent contains top notes of black truffle and bergamot combined with hints of patchouli, deep florals, vetiver, and incense.
Since the black orchid is one of the most elusive and unattainable hybrids in existence, Ford's perfume has a fitting air of mystery, packaged in a black-glass bottle with gold engraving. You can buy a 50-ml bottle for $90 or a 100-ml bottle for $135 here. Or, if that's not luxurious enough for you, Neiman Marcus is also offering a Limited-Edition Black Orchid Perfume, which comes with a collectible black-crystal bottle created by Lalique, a gold funnel used to pour the fragrance into the carafe, and a black-velvet pouch. You can get it for a cool $600 here.