This sparkling sheath first caught our attention as it graced the runway at Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2011 show. We spotted it again more recently on Alexis Bledel who chose the ladylike frock to promote her new flick The Conspirators. Alexis ditched the fur vest and shoulder-grazing dangly...

On the runway, the designer showed a monochromatic outfit with lots of texture by way of liquid leggings, patent heels and matte silk for visual interest. Cate Blanchett softened up the look by losing the peplum detail and disc-like head piece opting instead for side wept hair and gem button...

In fact, we think you can easily adapt it for just about any wardrobe, taste, and body type, which is why we're spotlighting it in this month's Runway to Real Way. Before trying these cheerful statement pieces, it's important to make sure you're educated on the topic (you must earn your...

For the red carpet, 14 year old Hailee made the dress a little more age appropriate. The length was brought down to the floor and the straped were replaced by thick black straps as to not show quite so much skin. Which look do you prefer for the striped Prada dress? This entry was...

Head-to-toe prints, the focus of today's Runway 2 Real Way, is one of those trends. While fall's subtle prints and somber shades are certainly easy for everyday wear, spring calls for a tad more excitement in the form of these busy patterns. Indeed, why play it safe when you have a chic...

Which 70's look do you like best? This entry was posted on Friday, February 25th, 2011 at 4:00 pm and is filed under Fashion Trends , Runway Vs Real Way . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site.

hot pants make the look tricky to pull off in real life. Nicky Hilton was spotted running errands in a similar style but as part of a more wearable outfit. We think less is more when it comes to wild prints, one stand out piece will make the statement you want without shouting for extreme...

Case in point: today's Runway to Real Way look, the downtown lady. A decisive fusion of cool-girl associations (leather, quirky pairings, unfussy styling) and ladylike charm (structured flap bags, a prim piece or two), this runway trend seamlessly blends the overtly sexy and edgy silhouettes...

On the runway the look was all about minimalism — Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs paired their dress with brown strappy heels, zero jewellery and silvery ethereal makeup. Eva Longoria, on the other hand, is not usually one for minimalism. The actress gave her outfit some red carpet oomph with...

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