People are constantly inquiring about my personal style and fashion sense (“what the hell are you wearing” and “why in God’s name aren’t you wearing pants” are both technically fashion inquiries), so I’ve taken it upon myself to pass my copious fashion knowledge on to you. Citrus hues were a big trend this summer and will still be huge this fall, but instead of going out and dropping a house payment on a designer dress like Katie Holmes’, you could get a similar tangerine dress just like it from Czar here for only the price of a car note on a moderately-priced mid-size family sedan. Then you can tell your husband, “Yeah, so it’s a car note, but see how much I could have spent on this dress?” and then tell him girls who wear citrus hues are eight times more likely to try a threesome.
Katie on her way to the Two Little Hens Bakery here, and more celebs in orange and yellow after the jump:
Kate Beckinsale’s yellow “Sara” dress from Preen’s 2013 resort collection isn’t even available to peons like us yet, but you can get the same look with this Alice + Olivia dress or this Valentino vintage. Plus, how often do you get opportunity to say “peplum?”
True story: Cameron Diaz’ sunglasses cost more than your life. But her Alice + Olivia shorts are under a hundred bucks.
Just take a pair of scissors to this Maxmara dress and voila — Katy Perry at the photocall for her movie “Katie Perry: Part of Me” in Rio last month.
Jessica Alba wore this bright orange maxi skirt to Bubby’s restaurant in Tribeca. You can wear your bright orange Jill Sander skirt to Denny’s in Tacoma. See how much you guys have in common?
Kristin Davis’ Tory Burch ‘Mariel’ sheath dress costs $350 and her YSL crossbody bag is almost two grand, but you can get that very same look for a third of the price with this dress from Diane von Furstenburg and this bag from See by Chloe.