• The Most Inspiring Women Today : Shakira, Angelina Jolie, Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey

    25 September 2016
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    Here are the most inspiring women today.


    most inspiring women - shakira

    You probably couldn’t miss her hit songs, but something you might have missed is her charity work, though she’s won several awards for it, including the MTV Free Your Mind award. She’s also been given a medal for it by the UN International Labor Organization.

    Part of the reason for her humanitarian work? When she was a little girl her father took her to a local park in Barranquilla, Colombia, to see some orphans who lived there. He wanted her to have gratitude for her life. However, it ended up being more than gratitude – Shakira decided then and there that when she would one day become a famous artist, she’d help those kids. And so she did.

    In 1997, when she was only around 20 years old, Shakira set up the Pies Descalzos Foundation, in collaboration with several other groups and individuals. The foundation runs special schools for poor children in Colombia.

    Shakira is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, working on giving children access to education. In 2011 President Obama also appointed Shakira to the President Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics.

    That’s just a few of the ventures Shakira is involved with – she’s made it her mission to help children and youth on a global scale.

    Angelina Jolie

    most inspiring women - angelina jolie

    This lady is hard to miss. With her legendary beauty and six kids running around her heels, three of which are adopted by her and her soon-to-be ex-husband Brad Pitt, she’s somewhat easy to recognize.

    Back in 2001 when Jolie was filming Tomb Raider in Cambodia, she started paying attention to how refugees lived. She made some calls to the UN and soon became a Goodwill Ambassador. She started going on field mission with The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), staying together with the staff in various refugee camps around the world. So far she’s been to over 20 countries. She also got a pilot license, as she wanted to be able to fly a helicopter into various areas. She has described her experiences in a book, she often speaks about humanitarian work in the media and her movies (the ones she’s directed) have touched upon some interesting topics relating to humanitarian causes as well.

    These days Jolie also co-chairs the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict and she and Pitt donate a lot of money to various charitable causes, Pitt being engaged in charities of his own.

    Jolie, at times, found her work incredibly hard as she couldn’t handle that she had money when she saw starvation, but with the years, at least on the outside, it looks like she’s found her feet.

    Ellen DeGeneres

    most inspiring women - ellen degeneres

    According to LookToTheStars, DeGeneres supports 48 charities and 30 causes – no small feat! On her TV show she regularly donates money to worthy causes as well – causes sometimes found through videos going viral.

    DeGeneres founded the Small Change Campaign together with Ben Affleck, to help support Feeding America – an organization that, well, feeds the hungry in America and raises awareness for the fact that there are many hungry people in America. She also won People’s Choice Humanitarian Award.

    And hey, my sister told me Justin Bieber went to stay with DeGeneres when he was cleaning up his act – not all charity is about money. Sometimes it’s just about caring.

    Oprah Winfrey

    most inspiring women - oprah winfrey

    How could this list be complete without Oprah Winfrey? Winfrey has helped launch three foundations: The Angel Network, The Oprah Winfrey Foundation and The Oprah Winfrey Operating Foundation. She has various projects running like The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa.

    In addition to this Winfrey has supported several other charities, like the Clinton Foundation and Free the Children.

    In her will, Winfrey has stated that she will give away $1 billion. No small sum for one woman!

    The truth is that many, many more celebrities spend a lot of their time and money on worthy causes. The images you see of them in the press, walking down red carpets, or the gossip columns outlining their partying, is only a very small fraction of their lives. And whilst it’s easy to think that charitable acts are all about Africa, or war zones, there’s usually a lot to do in your very own neighborhood. As my all time favorite quest from Angelina Jolie says: “That’s the reason we kind of exist. It’s like our Job. To give to each other. And learn from each other. To capture moments of people. So it’s really strange to have somebody ignore the obvious human being right in front of them.”

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  • 8 Fashion Apps to Check the Latest and Hottest Fashion Trends

    9 September 2016
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    Here are 8 fashion apps recommended for you.

    1. PS Dept (Personal Stylist Department)

    ps fahion app

    If you needed a personal assistant but don’t really want to deal with the huge cost that comes with having one, then PS Dept is the perfect app for you. All you have to do is to send a photo of the item you’re looking for or a message describing it and the experts behind PS Dept can send you recommendations.

    2. Pose

    Hailed as the “Instagram for Fashion”, Pose provides reliable content about all things fashion. Aside from that, you can also share photos and videos with other fashion aficionados and those who are just simply drawn to clothes, shoes, accessories, and the like.

    pose fashion app

    Last but not the least, Pose allows you to tag photos and you’ll have your own Pinterest-like boards called “Collection”. It’s where you can drag and save outfits you fancy so you can return to them anytime you need some help or inspiration.

    3. Keep

    Remember how you have to put the items you shop online at a shopping cart or add them to a wish list? Yes, Keep makes things easier for you by giving you access to a huge shopping cart where you can add all your fashion finds even if they’re from different brands or stores.

    On top of that, if you have an Instagram account, the app will allow you to shop for any item you fancy that you see on Instagram right there and then. Amazing, right?

    4. FAD

    fad app

    Fashion Dictionary App or more commonly known as FAD will make you a fashion expert in no time if you spend some of your time on it each day. This app features over 1500 terms used in the fashion industry. You can add any word that you think is something that can come handy in the future by saving it to Favorites. But more than these, the ultimate selling point of the app is it can be accessed even if you’re offline. Nothing can top that, right?

    5. Stylect

    If you’re someone who’s addicted to shoes more than you’re addicted to Chuck Bass, then you should definitely download Stylect. This app features nothing but shoes! And yes, including the Louboutin! You can swipe right if you like the pair you see or left if you don’t feel it that much. But what will get you hooked is the app’s ability to send you alerts when items you’ve liked (or swiped right to) are going to be or are on sale.

    6. Polyvore

    polyvore fashion app

    You surely have day dreamed about becoming a style editor. Who wouldn’t? It’s like one of the most exciting jobs ever! With Polyvore, you’ll be glad to know this dream can come true. The app lets you create varying looks using countless of clothes and accessories which are also available for purchase. You’ll never be short of inspiration as you can also see other member’s collections.

    7. The Hunt

    the hunt fashion app

    We’ve all had those moments when we saw Taylor Swift wore an irresistible sundress and wanted the exact same dress, only for a lesser price. The brilliant minds behind the app The Hunt obviously are well aware of this so they created the app, which helps users find an exact replica of any item you drool over then send the information to you so you can go wherever you need to to get a hold of it. Amazing, right?

    8. ClosetSpace

    closetspace app

    This app allows you to have a virtual closet where you can organize your purchases. It also updates with you the latest news and trends on fashion based on the brands of items you have in your digital closet. What makes this unique from the rest is its ability to suggest weather-based outfits to help users get through all sunny and rainy days looking their fashion-forward self still.

    Clearly, fashion can be for everyone but with the help of these apps. You’ll be one step closer to looking your all glammed up self each day with just one tap of your finger. So what are you waiting for? Get these now and say hello to a fashionable tomorrow.


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  • Fashion Tips: Wearing White After Labor Day

    6 September 2016
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    Although we’re not sure who came up with the rule, but whoever made “No White after Labor Day” is probably rolling around in their grave. While most used to take this antiquated fashion rule to heart, it’s a thing of the past.

    Most fashionistas still feel the pressure of leaving their whites for the warmer months, but we’re here to break that habit. Although white gives us the sexy and clean feeling of a South Beach party, it has made its way into fall and winter fashion.

    While you’ll see white clothing making its way into fall fashion, some shy away from the color because it doesn’t ‘seem’ to work with the darker and muted colors of the fall. Let us be the first to tell you that it does. As with the fashion of any season, it all comes down to how you style it.

    If you’re ready to kick that old rule to the curb and embrace wearing white after Labor Day, here are 7 ways to do that and be ultra trendy!

    As pants


    Don’t put away those white jeans just yet. If you’re having a hard time trying to find a way to work your white jeans into fall, don’t wait until the dead of the season. A great way to get your use out of it is during the transitional weather. In this outfit, we see white jeans paired with a blush cowl-neck sweater and taupe cardigan. These layers are perfect for cold mornings and warmer afternoons.

    As a dress


    Wearing white after Labor Day in a form of a dress is your easiest bet. When you choose white as the focal point, all you have to do is accessorize it. With this outfit, she keeps her wardrobe fall appropriate with a pair of knee-high boots and an infinity scarf.

    As a basic


    You might not even realize you’re doing it, but on a daily basis, people wear white as a part of their outfits. If you’ve ever decided on a cardigan or jacket, we’re willing to bet that you’ve reached for a white t-shirt. This is the quickest and easiest way to incorporate it into your outfit. In this “wearing white after Labor Day” look, we see slightly distressed blue jeans paired with a draped cardigan and white V-neck t-shirt. She accessorized it with ankle boots and an orange handbag.

    As a whole outfit


    If you’re kicking the ‘fashion rule’ to the curb and want to try out a white outfit with guns blazing, there’s no easier way than just pairing white jeans with a white top. Stepping out like this might look fine, but it’s definitely not giving off the ‘fall vibe.’ To complete this look, this outfit inspiration is perfect. With two popular fall colors, this outfit is complete with a khaki draped jacket and camel ankle boots.

    As a top


    If the fashionistas of the world are truly staying away from wearing white after Labor Day, when do they think all the white turtlenecks get worn? In a stylish and chic fall/winter outfit, we see a white ribbed turtleneck worn with a black high-waisted tartan skirt. This fall-appropriate look is completed with black over the knee boots.

    As a pattern


    You might come down with wardrobe anxiety when it comes to wearing white, and if you’re not feeling the trend, you can always try a pattern. Whether you’re choosing polka dots or stripes, mixing in white with another color can help get the look across without going all in.

    Another great way to get your feet wet with the trend is to ditch the bold white for something close to it. There are countless of colors dedicated to shades that are close white, so try off-white, eggshell, or oatmeal (as some clothing stores will call it).

    In this outfit, we find a mix of these two ideas. We have an off-white shirt that features navy polka dots. This sweater is paired with dark blue jeans, brown ankle booties, and a Louis Vuitton purse.

    As an accessory


    Possibly the easiest way to incorporate white into your outfit is with your accessories. You might not care for the monochromatic white look, so you can definitely work with smaller details. For this fall look, we have a black pleated skirt that is paired with a dark purple top. This outfit is instantly boosted with the addition of a white scarf. This idea can also work with adding white shoes or a white purse to your outfit.

    We’ve finally crushed the ‘No White after Labor Day’ rule. If anyone tries to tell you that you’re breaking a major fashion rule, just let them know that you make your own fashion rules (after the eye roll, of course)!

    In the comments down below, let us know how you incorporate white into your post-Labor Day outfits!

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  • Lakme Fashion Week 2016 : Bipasha Basu Stuns as a Bengali Bride

    30 August 2016
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    At the Lakme Fashion Week, Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu Stuns as a  Bengali Bride whose design by Sanjukta Dutta.

    Bipasha Basu stuns as a Bengali bride at LFW 2016 (AFP Photo)

    Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu went back in time while walking the ramp for designer Sanjukta Dutta at the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week 2016.

    Bipasha walked away with all the limelight, looking bridelike and absolutely gorgeous in a traditional ivory and red Mekhela Chador ornamented by the rich motifs depicting Assam. The ethnic drape comprised ‘Mekhela’ that is the lower garment, which is pleated on the right side and the ‘Chador’ that is the dupatta with one end pleated and tucked into the waist in front, and then taken over the shoulder and draped.

    Sanjukta’s collection sought inspiration from Assamese tea gardens, the fauna of Kaziranga, flora of the North East, the fisher women, the weavers and Jhapi (the traditional Assamese hat).

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  • Lakme Fashion Week 2016 Bipasha Basu Walking the Ramp for Designer Sanjukta Dutta

    30 August 2016
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    It’s Lakme Fashion Week 2016 again.

    Bipasha Basu stuns as a Bengali bride at LFW 2016 (AFP Photo)Bipasha Basu stuns as a Bengali bride at LFW 2016 

    Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu went back in time while walking the ramp for designer Sanjukta Dutta at the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week 2016.

    Bipasha walked away with all the limelight, looking bridelike and absolutely gorgeous in a traditional ivory and red Mekhela Chador ornamented by the rich motifs depicting Assam. The ethnic drape comprised ‘Mekhela’ that is the lower garment, which is pleated on the right side and the ‘Chador’ that is the dupatta with one end pleated and tucked into the waist in front, and then taken over the shoulder and draped.

    Sanjukta’s collection sought inspiration from Assamese tea gardens, the fauna of Kaziranga, flora of the North East, the fisher women, the weavers and Jhapi (the traditional Assamese hat).

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  • The Most Gorgeous Showstopper Ever at Sabyasachi’s Lakme Fashion Week – Kareena Kapoor

    29 August 2016
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    Do you know who is the Sabyasachi’s Lakme Fashion Week‘s most gorgeous showstopper? Kareena Kapoor.

    Preggers Kareena Kapoor owns the ramp at Sabyasachi's LFW finale (Getty Image/AP)

    Kareena Kapoor became the most talked about person in the history of India’s biggest fashion extravaganza, Lakme Fashion Week when she sashayed down the ramp with a pregnant belly on Sunday night at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai. Looking resplendent in her Sabyasachi Mukherjee charcoal grey embellished lehenga and long kurti,

    Bebo left everybody gushing at her beauty and exquisiteness.

    For a moment we forgot Kareena was an actress, for we could only see a true Begum taking over the ramp in the classiest manner ever.

    As far as Sabyasachi is concerned, he looked more than happy to have such a befitting end to his breathtaking show.

    We absolutely loved Bebo in this look, how about you?

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    9 August 2016
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    JCPenney’s new clothing line is for plus-size.

    Heads up, companies that sell plus-size clothing! (And really, companies that sell any clothing!) This is how you do it. We love how body-positive it is while still focusing on the clothing and the importance of being able to look and feel beautiful, at every size.


    “There is true beauty in individuality,” JCPenney writes on their YouTube page. “So, when we start letting go of preconceived notions of who someone is based on what they look like on the outside, we all take one step closer to body positivity.”

    As one woman says in the comments [sic throughout], “brilliant. I wish I had had this movement when I was younger, but it is never too late. Age 55 and size 22 and I adore clothes and make up, and I couldn’t care less now what anyone thinks of me now.”

    Love that!

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    4 August 2016
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    Royals and socialites will come to watch the five-day Royal Ascot horse race, during that day, guests need to wear hats. Now let’s the top 6 unique hats.

    Multicolored Plumes

    With its spread of long and brightly colored feathers, this racegoer’s headpiece almost makes her look like a majestic rainbow peacock, does it not?

    International Landmarks

    This attendee made a political statement with her “Brexit” vote-themed hat. Mostly, though, we’re impressed she managed to keep the collection of figurines on her head.

    Long-Stemmed Flowers

    A jumble of pastel flowers cascaded off public relations director Nazer Bullen’s headpiece.

    A Bright Yellow Bloom

    Rather than top off her outfit with a collection of flowers, designer Isabell Kristensen chose to go with one (huge) yellow blossom.

    Hot Pink

    Every part of this racegoer’s ensemble coordinates perfectly, right down to the hot pink feathers.

    Pink Petals

    This headpiece was also topped with a giant flower. (Have you caught on to this year’s Royal Ascot trends yet?)

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  • 5 Inspiring Women In Comedy That We Love

    22 July 2016
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    Here are just five of the countless amazing women in comedy. We’ve had the privilege of watching women in comedy for years from Lucille Ball to Gilda Radner and Carol Burnette, so whittling the list down to only five women was not an easy task!

    1. Amy Poehler

    Amy Poehler

    Over the past 15 years, Amy Poehler has become a household name. We were first introduced to her amazing talents when she joined the cast of SNL in 2001. Since then, we’ve got to know her as a hilarious and blunt feminist comedian who isn’t afraid to tell it like it is.

    In 2009, “Parks and Recreation” aired, and we met Leslie Knope, an ambitious, optimistic and lovable government employee with dreams of being POTUS. Poehler created a character that not only fought against everyday sexism and stood up for what she believed in, but also gave us someone we aspire to be like.

    Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls organization was launched in 2008 and has an amazing goal of empowering girls and women to be themselves and to achieve their dreams.

    The organization is bringing attention to women and girls in science, sports, the arts and many other fields of importance to the world around us. Their mission is inspiring and beautiful: that we, as women, can do anything and nothing can stop us if we put our minds to it. If you’re interested in finding out more about this is organization, visit their website.

    2. Mindy Kaling


    Mindy Kaling first graced us our screens as Kelly Kapoor on the hit show “The Office,” and became the only female writer on the writing staff. Mindy went on to create and produce the hilarious “The Mindy Project,” in which she also stars.

    Portraying the bubbly, confident and stylish Dr. Mindy Lahiri, Kaling gives us one of the first Indian leading ladies on American television. We were given a character whose outside appearance doesn’t solely define who they are as a person; she’s also an intelligent, witty and incredible doctor who just so happens to have a killer wardrobe, much like the real life woman…well, minus the doctor part.

    Kaling is the author of two New York Times bestselling books. Both are funny and relatable with stories of her childhood and adult life with a lot of moments that make you say ‘me.’ She speaks publicly about body image and the pressure society puts on women, about why both men and women should be feminists and about how working hard is something we should be proud of. Mindy is hilarious and honest and she’s the kind of women you want to be best friends with—what’s not to love?

    3. Jenny Slate

    Jenny Slate

    While Jenny Slate may not be as big a name as the other ladies on this list, she’s definitely on her way! Making appearances on hit shows like “Parks and Recreation” and “House of Lies,” playing hilarious and slightly scary characters on both, she also does extensive voice work in film and television.

    So far, Jenny’s most notable role was in “Obvious Child,” an unapologetic drama/comedy that deals with a woman’s decision to have an abortion after a one-night stand. Even in 2016, the topic of abortion and the woman’s right to choice is a highly controversial matter, and even though it shouldn’t be, it was a brave choice to take on the role.

    Jenny has spoken out on being feminist saying in an MTV News interview: “Am I a feminist? F**k yeah, I’m a feminist! I think that unfortunately, people who are maybe threatened by feminism think that it’s about setting your bra on fire and being aggressive, and I think that’s really wrong and really dangerous.”

    The importance of people in the spotlight making these statements is that it reaches more people and has a high chance of making an impact; we need women and men to hear this and understand how necessary and positive feminism really is.

    4. Kristen Wiig

    Kristen Wiig

    From original characters to spot-on impressions, Kristen Wiig took her place as one of the funniest and most well-known female SNL cast members in 2005. In 2011, “Bridesmaids” was released—a movie she both co-wrote and starred in.

    The comedy became a hit among audiences and critics, earning many award nominations including two Academy Awards, making her one of only 41 women to ever be nominated in the category of Best Original Screenplay in 76 years.

    When talking about Bridesmaids being a ‘female comedy,’ she expressed her confusion as to why a separation needs to be made just because this movie had women in the leading roles. I mean, think about it…why do we need that distinction: a comedy is a comedy and anyone can enjoy it regardless of who the leads are.

    Now, Kristen’s making waves again by staring along-side three amazingly talented women in a remake of “Ghostbusters.” With the blessing of the original creators and stars, we’re getting a fresh new take on this already awesome and iconic franchise.

    5. Melissa McCarthy

    Melissa McCarthy

    I think it’s fair to say the moment we all fell in love with Melissa McCarthy was during her run on “Gilmore Girls” as Sookie St. James, the talented, lovable and clumsy chef.

    After the series ended in 2007, Melissa went on to appear in several shows until “Mike and Molly” aired in 2010 and was a hit with audiences. Known for her physical slapstick comedy, she’s starred in some of the most popular comedies in the past five years including: “Bridesmaids,” “The Heat” and “Spy.” She is now appearing along-side Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon in the much anticipated “Ghostbusters” remake.

    In 2014, Melissa spoke about a negative experience she had while looking for a dress to wear to the 2012 Academy Awards; she was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “Bridesmaids.” She contacted five different designers about dressing her for the evening and was refused by all. Crazy, right?

    She was an Oscar nominated actress! Instead of being defeated by this, Melissa turned the rejections into an awesome body positive fashion line, Seven7, which debuted in 2015. The line caters to women of all sizes and includes hundreds of beautiful colors and bold prints. It is sold at Pennington’s, HSN and Nordstrom’s.

    These women, along with many others, have helped to open up the world of comedy for women, showing that we just aren’t the goofy love interest in a romantic comedy—not that there’s anything wrong with that either. Women are smart, funny, brave and fearless; we have voices that should be heard on many different platforms. We could all learn something from these incredibly talented and inspiring ladies.

    In the comments below, share your favorite women in comedy who are trying to make a difference not only in the entertainment industry, but also the world!

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  • Tell You Gwen Stefani Style Evolution

    13 July 2016
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    Stefani has always kept up with the fashion of her time. During the 90s and early 2000s, Gwen was sporting pencil thin brows with crop tops and dark lipstick. As her style evolved and changed to what is now is, Gwen never lost her eccentricity, but evolved it to more mature looks featuring her now signature bold red lip. Gwen Stefani has always been known for her eccentric fashion sense. For close to 30 years, Gwen Stefani has been a well-known name in the music world, but she is also definitely known for her style.



    Gwen Stefani is keeping it perfectly bohemian in this 90s look. She is wearing one of the hottest items of then and now omega replica uk
    – the crop top. She pairs her black camisole crop top with a bohemian floor-length skirt and platform sandals. She keeps her 90s look cohesive with a silver choker necklace and dark lipstick.


    When Gwen Stefani found a look she liked, she kept with it. In her second 1990s look, Stefani was the definition of grunge with her dark colors and makeup. Always a fan of showing off her toned abdomen, Stefani wore a bralette and high-waisted skirt combo underneath a grey sheer dress. It wouldn’t be a completed Stefani look without her dark burgundy lipstick, sharp eyebrows, and hair buns.


    If you couldn’t tell before that Gwen was all about the grungy glam of the 90s, this picture should clear up the confusion. Stefani’s styles were blatantly 90s with all the trends thrown into one look. She is rocking her then signature dark lipstick with her classic pencil think eyebrows and hair buns. Stefani takes her look even farther with a silver choker, a jewel in the middle of her forehead and glitter sprinkled on her hair.



    Although Gwen Stefani had reached great success and many awards as the lead singer of No Doubt, in the early 2000s, she embarked on a solo career that lead to one of her biggest singles to date. In this look, we see Gwen Stefani on the set of her music video for the song “Hollaback Girl.” Although this was her video outfit, this was Stefani’s distinct style of the 2000s. Still a fan of showing off her toned stomach, she kept the style of the 90s alive with her baggy pants, crop top and beanie.


    As seen in this look, Gwen Stefani’s love for 90s fashion still made its way into her eccentric wardrobe, but she lost most of the grunge in exchange for a punk rocker style. During one of her performances, Stefan took to stage in an outfit that can only be described as her own. She wore red flannel pants that she paired with a navy polka dot crop top, navy cropped jacket, and green leopard printed scarf. Let’s just say her style was as fun as her concerts.


    As the years progressed, Gwen Stefani kept her unconventional style and added hints of glamour to it. For a red carpet look that embraces her love of fashion, she steps on the red carpet in a dress that featured a sky blue tuxedo-inspired top with a body-hugging red skirt and a black lace hem. It is around this time that Gwen Stefani adopted her signature bright red lipstick.



    A lot of Gwen Stefani’s outfits have matured, but she is still able to have fun with her old style and still make it work for herself. In one of her street looks, she steps out in an outfit that is equal parts glam and punk rock. She pairs a black bralette with fishnet stockings, baggy camouflage pants, and pointy toe heels. She pairs this unusual combination with a large black statement necklace, a floor-length black coat, and red lips.


    This 2010s look might be the epitome of how Gwen Stefani’s style has changed over the decades. In this street outfit, Stefani is able to bring about bits and pieces of her punk rock style into her wardrobe. Her look features a simple semi-sheer white top that she pairs with black skinny jeans. The two zippered details on each of the sides give her look the punk rock vibes as well as the perforated design in her booties. She gives the look a glamorous polish with her fluffy curls, round sunglasses, and bold red lipstick.


    In our last look of Gwen Stefani, you can see how she’s incorporated softer looks into her style. Her outfits are rarely ever overtly feminine, but this outfit is the perfect balance between light and dark. Gwen rocks a floral jumpsuit that is not usual of her “classic” look. Although the jumpsuit is soft and feminine, she balances it out by pairing it with a black belt, heels, and satchel.

    It’s hard to find someone whose styles have changed so blatantly over the decades, but Gwen Stefani has always been setting music and fashion trends since she first stepped into the spotlight.

    Are you a fan of 1990s Gwen with the small buns and thin eyebrows? Are you a fan of 2000s Gwen who helped everyone learn how to spell banana? Do you prefer 2010s Gwen who has created a more mature fashion with hint of her punk rock glam? Let us known in the comments below!

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