If you're like us, chances are you've got Gatsby fever! Between the crystals, gilded furniture, and pearly white interiors, this film has a visual power that's hard to deny. Set to kick off Cannes Film Festival today, we're celebrating by counting down our favorite deco-driven moments from The Great Gatsby set design and showing you our picks for getting the look at home.
Taylor Swift's "22" is a feel-good anthem that celebrates youth, friendship — and cool-girl style. With an array of effortless outfits, from the perfect Summer cutoffs look to a great going-out ensemble, we're breaking down her music video style in this episode of Get Ready With Me with Tess Christine. Watch on to master three of Taylor's must-have looks right here. And make sure to check out more of our POPSUGAR Girls' Guide videos on YouTube for more great style inspiration.
We knew she had jokes, but Ellen DeGeneres's design chops are taking center stage in the May issue of ELLE DECOR (on stands April 16). She and Portia de Rossi open the doors to their stunning Santa Monica ranch — a haven where Portia can indulge in equestrian activities while Ellen chips away at her second life calling: interiors. Portia assumed that the eight-cabin ranch would take Ellen years to decorate, but with the help of interior designers Jay Holman and Cliff Fong, Ellen pulled it off in just one! Keep reading to peek inside some of our favorite rooms in their ranch, and see the products we're eyeing to get the look.
Photos courtesy of William Abranowicz for ELLE DECOR
If you've ever spied your favorite celebrity on the cover of a magazine and thought to yourself, "I love that look!" — we're getting you one step closer to achieving the same glamorous ensemble. In this episode of Get Ready With Me with Tess Christine, we're breaking down style setter Rachel Bilson's Cosmo cover and giving you all the styling tips you need to master the outfit on your own. Watch on to see how it's done! And make sure to check out more of our POPSUGAR Girls' Guide videos on YouTube for more great style inspiration.
Florence Welch's onstage style is well documented, but until recently, she hadn't had the opportunity to apply it to a domestic setting. "I went from singing at the Met ball to coming home and sleeping on a mattress in my mom's living room," she explained in this month's issue of Vogue. Lucky for us, the 26-year-old songstress finally has her own digs. A wonderful reflection of her high priestess vagabond style, Florence's South London apartment is full of pattern, color, tapestries, and plenty of art. Check out this sneak peek and our tips on how to get the look after the break.
Florence relaxes at home amid a pile of mismatched pillows. The Turkish rug and colorful ikat curtain are fantastic foils for the prim, striped, and very English sofa.
It's a pattern explosion! Stripes, leopard, paisley, and ikat all work in harmony in the avian-themed sitting room — a wonderful reminder that more really can be more.
Steal the Style
- Tamara de Lempicka self-portrait ($25): Tamara de Lempicka's elegant self-portrait graces Florence Welch's sitting-room wall.
- Vintage avian print ($12): A bird-of-paradise print encapsulates avian flair.
- Astrid chair ($1,598): This bright yellow linen-covered chair looks as though it belongs in an English cottage.
- Cecil Beaton book ($250): A book documenting famed photographer Cecil Beaton's scrapbooks and sources of inspiration is a good addition to any bookcase, even if it's just for looks.
- Purple lampshade ($10): At this price, it's a shame not to make bold lampshade color choices.
- Rug (inquire for price): An antique Persian rug is right at home in every room in the house.
- Ikat pillow ($125): Made from silk and cotton, this bolster is great when paired with everything from leopard to florals..
- Enticing as Spring paint (prices vary): This pretty blue from Mythic paint is feminine without being too sweet and is the perfect foil for artwork.
For more photos of Florence's home, check out the May issue of Vogue, on newsstands now!
With open rooms, warm wooden furnishings, and streamlined design, this Swedish listing has a cool style worth copying. Currently on the market for $2.3 million, the three-story home has a minimalist look that combines a variety of materials and textures. If you're hoping to update your home for Spring, then take a tour of this stunning Swedish property, and check out similar pieces to steal the style for your own space!
What we know today as the iconic shift dress was originally designed by the late Lilly Pulitzer as a way to keep cool while working her Palm Beach juice stand. Pulitzer, who passed away on April 7, proved that bold patterns and classic silhouettes were a successful fashion formula. Inspired by famous fans like First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, we're channeling her Palm Beach aesthetic — home style. Shop the Pulitzer-inspired decor pieces below to add a punch of tropical prep to your pad!
- Calliope Lantern ($1,850): though it's offered in a range of colors, we think the dainty scalloped frame is well-suited for baby blue.
- Darlington Chairs ($475 for a set of two): a coat of water-based, eco-friendly paint in Pepto-pink gives these rattan stunners modern appeal.
- D. Porthault's Demoiselles Bedding (price upon request): enjoy perennial Spring (in the form of printed cotton percale!).
- Blue and White Painted Porcelain Vase ($42): perfectly stunning with or without flowers, this offers a spin on the traditional ginger jar.
- 3 Piece Cake Plate Set ($98, originally $140): spread these across a table or stack to preserve room for more sweets!
- Dream Nest Sham ($50): its quilted texture and vibrant palette are enough to perk up any bed or sofa.
- Foo Dogs ($58 for a set of two): these chinoiserie staples aren't the least bit stuffy, thanks to their bold tangerine hue.
- X Bench in Venice Peacock ($645): this versatile piece can be used as a side table or extra seating in a pinch.
- Indoor Outdoor Mirrored Planter ($748): ferns have never looked so glamorous!
For fans of minimalist Swedish design, we're highlighting cool, contemporary pieces to help you copy the look of this striking Stockholm property. With its streamlined pieces in neutral shades, polished black accents, and rustic wood furnishings, this site's modern, eclectic vibe is worth stealing for your own space. Take a tour of the gorgeous property, then check out similar pieces to get the look!
Your Spring wardrobe revamp doesn't always have to be a dramatic one, and we're looking to this street-style subject for proof of a more subdued kind of seasonal overhaul. Between the eye-catching distressed jeans, the abundance of classic white layers, and the polished shoe choice, this is the kind of outfit that makes it impossibly easy to strike a balance between casual and chic. To achieve a similar effect, keep your worn-in, distressed jeans handy, then pair them with a white t-shirt (the more relaxed, the better) and an oversize white jacket. A white blazer or longer car-coat style will work just as well. As for the accessories, stick to the sophisticated basics, like black slingback pumps, a gold watch, and a neutral-toned bag. Now, shop the essentials below.
Shop, clockwise from top left: J.Crew Perfect-Fit Boatneck Button Tee ($27, originally $33), Reiss Finlee Gathered Back Coat ($425), Marc by Marc Jacobs Mini Marci Mirror Watch ($200), Mango Touch Zipped Bowling Bag ($90), Zara Chain Court Shoe ($50), Topshop Moto Vintage Lacey Rip Jeans ($84)
Today marks the first day of Spring, and with it, we can (officially) look to the season's signature style elements with real intent to wear. To ease our way back into lighter fare, we've zeroed in on this subtle Topshop Unique Spring '13 look — straight from the runway — to inspire an outfit that perfectly captures how we should be dressing for right now. We love the layering of this mostly white ensemble; in effect, you've got voluminous shape via the outerwear and oversize clutch, sleek print via the striped top, sheer paneling via the formfitting skirt, and a pop of metallic via the pointy-toe pumps. Whether you deem this an outfit worthy of work or if this proves more wearable (for you) with the inclusion of metallic loafers, née heels, it feels just Spring-y enough without forging into overzealously skin-baring silhouettes. Shop our editors' picks below.
Shop, clockwise from top left: Madewell Ridgestripe Tank ($60), Mango Asymmetric Suede Jacket ($190), Michael Michael Kors Hinged Bangle in Gold and Silver ($95), American Apparel Light Pink Round Half Hoop Wire Earrings ($18), Clare Vivier Foldover Clutch ($156), J.Crew Valentina Mirror Metallic Pumps ($238), Topshop White Mesh Panel Tube Skirt ($50)