Teen Wolf

Cop Lydia's H&M dress for yourself!
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Lydia Martin hates pants and loves florals. While you may have suspected that if you've ever seen Teen Wolf, it was confirmed by Holland Roden (who plays Lydia) and Teen Wolf's costume designer Barbara Vazquez when we spoke to them earlier this season. With that in mind, how quintessentially Lydia was her outfit on last night's episode? A floral dress? It doesn't get more LM than that, TBH. The best part of her look? You can get it for yourself for under $25.


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Disclaimer: I used to hate culottes. When this trend emerged in Alexander Wang and Proenza Schouler's Spring/Summer 2014 collections, I was devastated. Sure, they're super comfortable, but wide-legged, cropped pants are incredibly hard to wear and are historically uncool. (In fact, the Wiki entry on culottes refers to them as "knee-breeches." *barfing sound*) The longer this trend prevailed, though, the more I began to see it was possible to look decent in a pair of cropped pants, and—gasp—maybe even look cool. Let's just say they've come a long way since our moms wore them in the '90s. So, I decided to round up my favorite culottes at the moment to prove that in 2014, cropped pants don't totally suck.


Photo: ASOS/Free People/Topshop

First up, the most accessible form of the culotte pant: an all-black pair that doesn't overwhelm your silhouette ($63). I also love the pants-disguised-as-a-midi-skirt look, which Free People nailed perfectly in a ditsy floral print ($70). If you want to go with some statement pants, Topshop has a structured orange pair that I'd totally give a try ($100).


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Miley Cyrus

Dog not included.
Photo: @mileycyrus Instagram/Shop Jeen

When she's not performing on her Bangerz Tour in myriad outfits or dressing as a #cyberhippie, Miley Cyrus does what we all do—chills with her dogs while wearing an oversized T-shirt. Of course, since she is Miley Cyrus, the T-shirt she wears doesn't feature her alma mater or that ultimate Frisbee team she was on one summer, but rather Lil' Kim. Actually, it features multiple Lil' Kims from the 1999 VMAs. Miley luhves this Kim look—remember her insanely on-point Halloween costume?

Oh, you'd also like to wear Lil' Kim on your shirt? We gotchu, BBs.


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Jiraiya and Massive for Opening Ceremony
Source: Opening Ceremony's Instagram

In time for LGBT Pride Month, Opening Ceremony is partnering with Japanese manga artist Jiraiya and streetwear brand/purveyor of erotic gay manga Massive. Jiraiya is a noted gay cartoonist who's been called the "Tom of Finland" for the Land of the Rising Sun with some key aesthetic differences: The men that Jiraiya tends to draw are of the sumo/beefcake variety. For example, one of Massive's standout pieces is this sweatshirt, which features an original print from Jiraiya celebrating gachimuchi love (for you gaijins out there, that's guy love that can only be found between beefy, muscular dudes). It's since sold out, but luckily for us, the new capsule collection includes the same gachimuchi graphic on a new purple gradient. It also has muscle tees with beefy dudes in banana hammocks and robes, pastel beach towels, and this brawny monk slyly winking at us from this long-sleeve pullover.


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Peplum Hem

Looks from Balmain's RTW Spring/Summer 2014 show at Paris Fashion Week on Sept. 26, 2013.
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Peplum ain't anything new (its first appearance actually dates back to 500 B.C.), but this summer, we're resurfacing the hourglass-enhancing silhouette and taking it down a notch—literally. Right now, it's all about adding a little peplum to the bottom of our skirts and dresses, which transforms the ol' drop waist into an incredibly dramatic look. You can blame Balmain for officially making this a thing (their Spring/Summer 2014 collection was jam-packed with gorgeous, fluted goodness!), so we thought it was time for us regular folk to give it a go. Are y'all ready?


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World Cup fevaaaa.
Photo: Rihanna's Twitter/Adidas

It's no secret that Rihanna is a huge fan of the World Cup. Have you seen her Twitter feed recently? In between pictures of her niece, practically all she writes about is soccer. We can’t say that RiRi is responsible for the surging interest in soccer, but there’s no denying her influence. So, imagine our excitement when she tweeted herself in a pair of Brazil shower slides this weekend.


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We already know what you're thinking: "Swimsuits...with sleeves?" But trust us when we say it's really not as crazy as it sounds. Surfers are already super familiar with long-sleeved suits (or rash guards, as they call them) to prevent any friction from the board when it's too hot to wear a full wetsuit, and this year, they are making their way into the mainstream market (see: us normies who can't ride the waves) as a fresh silhouette to try at the beach this summer. Plus, these suits are a great solution for those who burn easily that refuse to do the ol' T-shirt-in-the-pool situation. (We don't blame you.) So, are you convinced yet? Here's 12 ways you can sport the long-sleeved swimsuit trend this summer.


Long sleeve swimsuits

Photo: Urban Outfitters/Free People/6pm

Just because the cut is sporty doesn't mean it can't be pretty! We're obsessed with this watercolor pastel-print shirt by Insight ($93) (which you can pair with practically any black bottoms), this purple floral one-piece from Free People ($148), and this seafoam mixed print O'Neill onesie ($65).


Long sleeve swimsuits

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If you can't quite get on board with being fully covered all day long, a cutout mesh swimsuit offers the best of both worlds. Michi makes a "shocking blue epic bodysuit" (seriously, it's called that) with splashes of mesh in all the right places ($325). But if you're willing to show more skin, Minimale Animale's barely-there sheer rash guard ($185) or Skye & Staghorn's graphic top might do the trick ($130).


Long sleeve swimsuits

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If you really want to make a statement poolside, we highly suggest these eye-catching graphic long-sleeve pieces. Our favorite bold look definitely has to be this faux-bustier print patchwork number by Seea ($143) (seriously, can we just wear this IRL?), but we also love this mod black, white and coral Trina Turk two-piece ($72) and this futuristic '80s-inspired-grid rash guard by Suboo ($118).


Long sleeve swimsuits

Photo: Urban Outfitters/Shopbop

Ah, we love any reason to color-block, and lucky for us, long-sleeved suits lend themselves beautifully to this trend. For just a touch of brightness, try Seea's neon sleeve rash guard ($68), and for full-on color, go for Roxy's cropped teal top ($48) or Cynthia Rowley's muted jewel-tone wetsuit ($210).

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Rose and Ono

Amber Rose and Priscilla Ono.
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We've always been mega fans of Amber Rose's signature shaved head and giant sunglasses, so we were super stoked when we she announced she'd be launching a boutique with bestie/makeup artist Priscilla Ono. Her online shop, called Rose and Ono, features bold crop-top-and-skirt sets, neon faux-fur jackets, and quirky, one-off patterned pieces (like this killer pizza-print tee and leggings)—all styled to emulate Amber's personal look, of course. Rose and Ono also have a fab plus-size section, which is filled with printed bodycon dresses, faux leather tracksuits, and statement leggings.


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Get Rihanna's shirt (baby not included).
Photo: @rihanna Twitter/Ktag Clothing

If you're anything like me, you know that Rihanna has been hanging out with a baby a lot in the past few weeks. This baby (her niece) has been front row for a slew of different Aunty OhNaNa looks, including the above "Majestic As F***" T-shirt. Babies can't read, y'know?


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Girl Gangs

Girls, girls, girls.
Photo: Net-A-Porter/Etsy/Nylon Shop/Opening Ceremony

Dudes are cool and everything, but nothing gets between us and our main girl crew. Now that summer's here, it's officially time to gather your favorite ladies and take over the whole dang city—in the most badass outfit possible, of course. As it turns out, some of our favorite designers are creating some killer girl gang-worthy pieces as of late, and we're so stoked to see the lady love everywhere we turn. At the very top of our list, obviously, is the Zoe Karssen jersey sweatshirt that spells out our agenda pretty clearly. We'd also kill to get our hands on (heh) the Charlotte Olympia technicolor "Girls" clutch, which comes with a glorious gold pouch inside. (Warning: Before you fall in love, just know that this bad boy costs a steep $1,495. We give it to you straight here at MTV Style.)


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I love these two as a couple. What a festive way to celebrate two important events in their life. Mariah looks like a dream.

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