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Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
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It's pumpkin spice latte season!
Also known as fall, which may not be as popular as summer, but fashion-wise, it's a great time!
There are so many possibilities when it comes to clothing, and we had to break it down for you so you can look as comfy and stylish as your fave celebs!
Enjoy the lower temps! And if you live in California, chin up, it'll probably rain at some point.
1. Denim Jackets
Denim jackets are a classic look and great for layering in the fall. Style yours with a thermal and patterned infinity scarf, and you're good to go! Reese Witherspoon added a felt hat to hers while Hilary Duff opted for leather skinnies. Perfection either way!
2. Colorful Coats
Olivia Palermo is already having the best year ever!
The fashionista started 2014 with a bang by getting engaged to longtime model boyfriend Johannes Heubel on New Year's Day!
Johannes proposed while the two were on vacation in St. Barts, and marked the occasion by posting an Instagram video of Olivia walking down a sandy path in an off-shoulder lace eyelet dress and stopping to show off her huge rock!
Johannes added the caption:
"Happy New Year to everybody and this is how we celebrate it: 📢 OP said Y E S 💋"
Check out the lovely video for yourself …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Who knew that under all those layers of designer duds, Olivia Palermo was hiding a seriously toned figure??
The 27-year-old flashed her bikini bod while spending her Sunday on a beach in St. Barts with beau Johannes Huebl.
Sounds like the perfect getaway to us!
For her day of sunbathing, Olivia wore a striped, black and white two-piece, before covering up in an oversized, white button-up.
Looking this great, she should definitely consider showing skin more often!!
[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]
Olivia Palermo seriously has one of the cutest dogs we've ever seen.
What's funny is it's almost more of a personality thing than just a look!
Her dog is literally always so smiley, it's crazy! We love how happy her pooch is!
She's clearly a wonderful dog momma!
Olivia and her impossicute pooch Mr. Butler were snapped strolling through NYC earlier today.
She was returning from a business trip to Tokyo and must've still had some important things to deal with because she was on her cell while walking the dog.
We hope she was ordering a truckload of sausages for her pup because a cutie like him deserves either all of her attention or a dump truck literally overflowing with fresh sausages. LOLz!
They're one cute couple, don't you think??
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
Olivia Palermo was spotted walking her cutie pooch through NYC.
She was dressed impeccably, looking oh so fashionable.
Olivia even gets dressed up to take her perfectly done-up pooch for a walk.
Her pup was looking just as well put together as she was!
Seriously, look at that little doggy.
That is seriously the happiest pup we've ever seen!!
Just look at that SMILE! Omg that's so painfully cute!!
They are one adorbz couple!!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
Um, yes please!
Fashion photographer and director Justin Wu decided to have some fun with fashion week models, and what better way than with a lip syncing video?!
The director grabbed models like Fei Fei Sun, Martha Streck and even Olivia Palermo, among others, for this video, which he filmed during fashion weeks in Paris, Milan, New York, London and Beijing.
It's not quite as good as his first, but it's definitely better than Franz Ferdinand's original Do You Want To music video.
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
After months of anticipation, Raf Simons got to show off his wares on Friday at the Christian Dior S/S show in Paris.
Since it only makes sense to wear the fashion house to its own show, stars like Carine Roitfeld, Rachel Zoe, Eva Herzigova, Ye, Olivia Palermo and LeeLee Sobieski, who wore a coat dress from the Fall Couture collection.
The people watching was almost as exciting as what was on the runway! Lolz!
No, but srsly, ch-ch-check out their fab ensembles (below).
[Image via WENN.]