We're just loving the all-at-once sassy and sweet look of a '60s cat eye. This beauty trend is positively perfect for the season's most festive looks, but it's also an amazing look for dates, parties, and of course, prom. --Angel
From tinsel-bedecked trees to twinkling lights (not to mention all the festive, sequined dresses and accessories), the holiday season is all about sparkle and shine. But not everyone is into the beaded frocks and sequined pants that are so hot this time of year. If that's you, check out these fun and unexpected ways to add a little dose of sparkle to your holiday look. Happy holidays!
Actress Anne Hathaway may have been honoring her Les Miserables co-star Hugh Jackman at the Museum of the Moving Image, but we can't help but note how party-ready she is in this dazzling Nina Ricci number. For starters, the colors are exquisite on her milky skin--dark (but not black or colorful, more like pewter) sequins on a nude dress. And that silhouette is just as flattering, with its slight blouson top and straight skirt. Really, the dress couldn't be more perfect for a glamorous holiday party, right? We also love how Anne styled the look here. No necklace or glitzy jewelry to compete with the dress (a smart move on her part), just a metallic clutch and shiny satin sandals to carry on the shimmery theme. Her unfussy hair and makeup complete the look, and again, she didn't do anything too dramatic to take away from the frock. Instead, her pink lips and sideswept bangs totally complement the look. This is definitely one of our favorite looks for Anne.