Coachella 2013 officially wrapped up yesterday with plenty of celebrities heading back home from the desert. This year's music festival drew lots of stars over two weekends, many of whom shared their journey over social media. Jessica Alba and Cash Warren showed PDA during the second weekend of festivities while stars like Diane Kruger and Vanessa Hudgens showed off their stylish garb during the first round of concerts. Meanwhile, Pretty Little Liars costars Troian Bellisario and Ashley Benson teamed up for the music fun along with a big group of pals. Click through to see all the candid snaps of celebrities at Coachella this past weekend!
Pretty Little Liars is on a hiatus right now, but before season four premieres on June 11, we've got your wardrobe sneak peek. Costume designer Mandi Line stopped by our POPSUGAR studio to dish on what it's like working with the PLL girls, and, of course, she let us in on all of the on-set fashion! Find out whether your PLL style personality is an Aria, Spencer, Hanna, or Emily — then learn what key pieces you'll need to achieve their onscreen looks. Just click play now. On Allison McNamara: Club Monaco trousers, BCBG top.
Lucy Hale contrasted her classic white ensemble with a bold pink lipstick at the Kids' Choice Awards over the weekend. Find out the exact products to use if you want to re-create this look at home when you read more.
Pretty Little Liars earned its reputation as a favorite guilty pleasure for two big reasons: it satisfies our appetite for drama and inspires some pretty sweet style to take off screen and into the real world. The third season is well under way and already rife with as many enviable looks as it is with drama-inducing secrets and scandals. Aria, Hannah, Spencer, and Emily's personal styles are vastly different, but as every ensemble proves, they're all pros at mixing and matching — in short, the kind of styling skills worth taking note of. Step inside to see all the latest ensembles from one of our favorite fashion-centric TV shows, then shop similar and exact pieces for your own real-life closet.
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While catching a flight at LAX, Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale took what could have been a basic ensemble of white button-down blouse and jeans and made it spectacular and weekend-worthy. Lucy started with a pair of bright blue jeans and a crisp white button-down with casually rolled sleeves, then added in a few key accessories: spotted oxfords, wayfarer sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed, camel-colored hat. Her travel style is clearly more put-together than most, and we think her laid-back look is perfect for wearing during a Saturday stroll through the park or a Sunday brunch with girlfriends. Click below to shop similar pieces now.
From fedoras to blazers, celebrities are always inspiring new ways to rock the menswear trend, and the latest piece to work into your mix is oxfords. Lucy Hale worked her spotted Dolce Vita oxfords with Winter basics and an on-trend fedora at LAX, while Naomi Watts kicked-up her borrowed-from-the-boys style with two-tone wing tips and boyfriend jeans in Santa Monica. See who was a step above the rest with oh-so-chic oxfords, get a closer look at their stellar street styles, then shop the trend — including exact pieces — for yourself.
Christmas may be over, but the stars are still sharing their favorite holiday memories from this year. Miley Cyrus and John Mayer dressed up as Santa, while Jessica Alba posed with Mr. and Mrs. Claus and Julianne Hough wore a holiday onesie to open presents. Click through to see how those stars and more got into the holiday spirit yesterday.
Like something out of a Hollywood movie from yesteryear, three celebrities stepped out this week with delicately cascading, side-swept curls. Jessica Chastain stunned at the opening night of her play The Heiress with her fiery red hair done in tight waves. Kelly Osbourne wore her lavender locks in a looser, wavier version of the style, while Lucy Hale went for full, bouncy curls at the Country Music Association Awards. Each star put her own spin on the vintage-inspired coif, but if you had to choose, who did it best?