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Q: So basically, my T-zone could solve the oil crisis. But oil-control products dry out the rest of my face. Is there anything to mitigate the oil but keep everywhere else moisturized?
Q: I love the look of a belt over a cardigan or jacket, but how do you wear it so it looks nonchalantly cool, not contrived?
Known as much for her personal style (does this woman ever not look good?) as her acting talent, Rachel Bilson takes time out from her busy fashion-entrepreneurial life to go to the mall, share a cupcake and discuss the importance of neon, neutrals and jammies.
Nashville sees its fair share of cowboy boots, Western jackets and gallon hats. But just a couple blocks away from the country bars on Lower Broadway, Tennessee’s capitol has an emerging fashion scene that’s nudging its way into the spotlight. From vintage scores in East Nashville to designer fashion on-the-cheap in the West End, here are our picks of the city’s best-kept secrets.
The rebellious style of a young Chilean woman in the ’80s wasn’t born of trends— it was a personal declaration of independence.
Q: I feel like I’ve had the same makeup routine since I was 14: foundation/tinted moisturizer, good undereye concealer and then the same muted brown eyeshadows with the expected highlighter on the inner part of the eye. Do you have ideas/tips for new ways to mix it up? I feel like I’m a paint-by-numbers...
Q: Truly, I need fashion answers (more specifically—HELP!) in every direction: I’m pregnant. I’m most perplexed by the maternity skirt. It is not a good thing …unless I’m missing some secret key element? Perhaps pregnant ladies should only wear the ever-loving hell out of their J Brand maternity jeggings (which I’ve been doing) and tight-inthe-middle/loose-everywhere-else dresses? Getting dressed for work has become a daily chore.
Q: Can winter boots be stylish?
With three major roles this year, Elizabeth Banks has officially evolved from funny-woman sidekick to full-fledged movie star. But she still loves a good bargain—and her comfy cowboy boots.
The actress chooses her favorite pieces from Lucky's December issue using our famous stickers. Click through to see her picks.
Q: I rarely blow-dry my hair, but when I do it ends up looking frizzy. What is the one tip/product I could use to avoid this?