Week In Review: CFDA Madness, The Feather Hair Extension Controversy, More

June 10, 2011 by Caroline_Sessoms
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Must Reads:

TOMS expanded its One for One project to include sunglasses. Now you can protect your eyes with stylish shades and help someone in need. It’s a win-win.

Feather hair extensions are the new hip accessory, and stylist Emery Hills Murray talks about the trend.

Prisoner Chic? A first look at the Alice + Olivia Resort 2011 Collection.

Hanky Panky teamed up with designer Anna Sui to create its 25th “Anna-ver-Sui” collection.

You know not to carry a fanny pack…but do you know Lulu Guinness‘ tip for how to not look like a tourist in Europe?

Sales and Deals:

Find your Prints Charming at the Madewell Printed Skirt Sale going on now.

Leave the semi-charmed life to Third Eye Blind. We’re thoroughly enchanted with Charm and Chain’s jewelry sale.

You don’t have to travel to an exotic destination to snag these tribal-inspired necklaces from Chico’s.

Shop ’til ya drop at the Bloomingdale’s sale!

Celebrity Style:

Natalie Portman turned 30, and to celebrate we found these seriously cute vegan sandals.

Celebs like Camilla Belle show us how to wear tie dye shorts without looking like a hippie.

One studded thong, one unnecessary hood, and a multitude of cut-out dresses made appearances at this year’s CFDA awards.

This Navajo motif maxi dress by Wildfox would make one great Pocahontas Halloween costume…but we love it on Alessandra Ambrosio and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Channel the first lady of style Jackie O in Bernardo and Jack Rogers sandals.

Taste Tests:

Can you tell which chambray shirt is Chloe and costs $577 more?

Can you tell which coral leather skirt costs $344 more?

Guides to Check Out:

Get ready for summer days at the pool with our guides to swimwear trends, swim cover ups, and flat sandals.

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