Sure, using the restroom will be a challenge, but you'll steal the show (think bachelorette party) in a bold-colored jumpsuit like Rebecca Hall's revealing Lanvin creation or Jennifer Morrison's glam crimson onesie. Remember to downplay the accessories. The suit has all the style punch you need.
What better way to usher in the season of music festivals than with this print? Lucy Hale knows the look lends itself to flowy silhouettes and wears it via a Staring at Stars high-low dress. And no, this is not permission to resurrect your old Grateful Dead tees.
PASTEL ON PASTEL
Jessica Alba's relaxed-fit blazer has us craving a Creamsicle and her flowy silk pants have us thirsty for a mojito garnished with fresh mint. She keeps the ensemble from looking too paint-by-number, though, by pairing the pieces with a white button-down, bag and the cutest ginger-haired baby.
Rachel McAdams and Girls actress Zosia Mamet keep it all in the family – the same color family, that is. They fully commit to deep purple and cobalt, respectively, wearing the shades top-to-bottom. Added bonus: No need to worry about clashing.
Graduate from basic stripes and polka dots to the patterns that are taking Hollywood by style storm. Solange Knowles proves bigger (and bolder) is better with her leaf-print Mia Moretti for Pencey suit.
CROP TOPS WITH HIGH-WAIST SKIRTS
Pair your shrunken shirts with low-slung jeans and your ensemble will look dated. Throw on an abs-baring tank with higher-rise bottoms, as Ashley Madekwe does with her J. Mendel ensemble, and you'll look perfectly of-the-moment.
JEANS WITH ZIPS
The good thing about this trend is that you can play it subtle (with a pair that features zippers just at the pockets, like Zoë Saldana's Armani Exchange pair) or you can go all out (see: the zippers in this video).
COLORFUL ARM CANDY
The more the merrier. That's our motto for bracelet stacks this spring. This Style Watcher combines bling with bright braided rope, but feel free to get creative and mix metals and even double up on watches.