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Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Recycling Looks

Q: I really like the fact that Kate Middleton recycles her looks when she really doesn’t have to. How long can I wait before I can wear something again? Can I wear the same dress in the same week? How can I make it look different? A: This is a European thing that for some reason we Americans have a hard time fathoming, but we'd do well to change our ways.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Everyday Hair Trends

Q: What is a fall/winter makeup or hair trend that is real-world enough to wear day after day for the next few months? A: The ponytail. You can't go wrong!

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About What to Wear With Desert Boots

Q: I have these awesome brown suede Jil Sander desert boots. What on God's green earth do you wear with desert boots? Anything long makes me look like a polygamist, and anything short makes me look like a wannabe hipster. A: The desert boot holds a special, wear-it-with-anything place in my heart: I lived in Italy during a moment when its entire population was consumed with a craze for desert boots.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Eyeliner for Beginners

Q: Why am I such a klutz with eyeliner? A: Two things to think about: I could not figure out eyeliner until I took a group class at Trish McEvoy. There I learned to take a flat brush and dip it in dark brown eyeshadow.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About How to Wear Sparkly Tops

Q: Every holiday season I have the urge to buy something sparkly. Problem: I wear the piece once and retire it to the back of the closet once the champagne glasses clink on New Year's Eve. A: The great Gigi Guerra, former Lucky operative and now super-important Madewell marketing director, solved this problem for me once and for all several years ago.

It's Their World ... (We're Just Keeping Up With It)

The Kardashian sisters talk weddings, clothes and plans for total global domination.

The Sexiest Unpadded Bras

Q: I don’t have huge breasts—and I like it that way. But all the unpadded un-pushup bras are super un-sexy. Help! A: It’s true. It’s a challenge to not look like the missing Girl Next Door if you want any kind of support in this world.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky Should You Cover Up a Breakout

Q: Should you or should you not cover up a breakout? A: Makeup artists often give the deeply unhelpful and uncheering advice that everyone can see it anyway so why try to cover it up?

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Mature Makeup

Q: I’m 27 and don’t look old enough to buy beer. Is there makeup that can help me look less preteen? A: Tasteful neutral eyeshadow plus a sweep of bronzy blush is sophisticated in a way that screams “I voted in the last election!”

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky What Looks Good With Flats

Q: I’m a total heels girl. What looks good with flats? A: Flat sandals and/or boots, somehow, can be just as sexy if not sexier than heels.

Readers Ask: Dear Lucky About Colors and Prints for Curvy Girls

Q: What colors/prints should girls with curves stay away from? A: Clothes with large, loud prints will make anybody look like a sofa if they’re too tight—and like hotel drapes if they’re too loose.

The Look I Want Now! Quirky Cubicle

"Work pieces with edge are my way of not feeling like a character from Office Space."

Weisz & Virtue

She's the thinking woman's movie star, true. But that doesn't mean Rachel Weisz doesn't have very-very-strong opinions about footwear.

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