3 Dos And Don’ts Of Celebrity Fashion

February 8, 2011 • Celebrity Style, Yahoo


Simona Kogan for Second City Style Magazine

As much as we love what some celebrities wear, sometimes we just don't!

Whether they've taken a hand in choosing what comes out of their own closet or their stylist has picked something totally not right for them, we've taken apart the outfits of three well-known celebs to see which outfits are totally WOW! and which outfits are totally OW!

Whitney Port

Whitney Port is one of the most fashionable young adults around! While not everyone is totally in love with her trendy Whitney Eve fashion line, you can't deny that she's famous for flaunting statement trends that make the public notice the fashion of the world's twentysomethings. Here's when it works and when it doesn't.

DO: Break Up Patterns
While I'm all for adding graphic prints to a wardrobe to liven up an outfit, I do think that celebs (and the general public) tend to go too far when they wear graphic prints all over. That's what I love about 'The City' star right here. We all know those patterned harem pants are a lot to handle, but lucky for us, she balances out the look with a solid colored leather jacket which goes perfectly with the all over urban look.

DON'T: Wear Patterns In The Same Color Family
No, I'm not completely certain pink and gray are in the same color family, but they are both light and pairing them together here makes the whole ensemble look completely washed out. If you're going to go for a graphic print, you'll want to pair with it with something dark to add a contrasting but balanced effect.

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One Response to 3 Dos And Don’ts Of Celebrity Fashion

  1. Marsh says:

    everyone is totally in love with her fashion line in the Whitney Eve, there is no denying that she is famous for showing trends that indicate that public notice of the fashion of the twenty in the world.

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