How does she do it?
Wow. Is it just me or was last night's Teen Wolf, like, extremely frightening? Granted, I don't rush out to see scary movies because I, uh, don't enjoy feeling scared, but since I watch Teen Wolf for
the shirtless locker room scenes my job, I endured the entire thing. Amid all the blood and razor-sharp teeth was something light and something patterned—I'm talking, of course, about Lydia's outfit.
So, if you watched the new episode of Teen Wolf on Monday, you know there's a new baddie in town. Actually, there are multiple baddies and they go by the name of Berserkers. They may have only made a brief appearance so far, but these dudes are obviously tough. Barbara Vazquez, Teen Wolf's costume designer, broke down their costumes for us, which include hand-painted, blood-splattered pants. The details, you guys—they're cray.
Cop Lydia's H&M dress for yourself!
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.
The wait is over, Teen Wolf fam. After three long months of hiatus, we've finally entered season four and another run of supernatural drama from the Beacon Hills crew. We've been treated to new characters, along with the unexpected return of familiar faces, and of COURSE, the new season also means a shiny new wardrobe!
We stopped by the TW set while they were shooting season four and were lucky enough to chat with costume designer Barbara Vazquez, who gave us a TON of deets on the characters' wares this cycle, including/especially how they get Tyler Posey's arms to look ~sooooooo good~.
Steal Malia's style for yourself.
In case you somehow missed the news, let me be the first to break it to you: Teen Wolf is back, y'all! Our fave werewolves, banshee, kitsune, and regular ol' human (<3 Stiles <3) returned to us last night in a big way. There is also a werecoyote in the mix now—that's right, Malia (Shelley Hennig) from season three is officially part of the ~crew~.
The gang is down in Mexico and Malia—who, like, just became a human—is dressed the most appropriately for the weather in a long-sleeved shirt and American-flag-print shorts. What's that? You would love to know where those shorts are from, considering 4th of July is next week? We gotchu.
I've got some bad news if you were planning on, like, accomplishing anything before noon tomorrow. MTV is playing Maid in Manhattan, which happens to star a 10-year-old Tyler Posey. Yep, Tyler played Jennifer Lopez's son long before he played Scott McCall on Teen Wolf and we're celebrating his first major role. If you're a big Tyler fan, be sure to watch the movie starting at 9:24 a.m. EST on MTV and, if you're a really big fan, again at 5:30 p.m. EST. You can celebrate your love with fellow fans using #WeHeartTylerPosey.
We figured the best way to show why we at MTV Style heart Tyler Posey would be through his #FASHUN. The dude has come a long way since his Maid in Manhattan premiere outfit, so we need to talk about his style evolution. If you start reading now you'll have ample time to brush up before the movie premieres on MTV tomorrow. Let's start!
Tyler Posey at the premiere of 'Maid in Manhattan' in 2002.
Photo: Getty Images
Check out li'l Tyler at the Maid in Manhattan premiere! While he hasn't worn a turtleneck on a red carpet since then, he wears leather jackets, jeans, and sneakers all the time–he had his wardrobe staples established at a young age. Upping the #swaggy levels of this look is that hoop earring! We see you, hoop earring. We see you and we'll never forget you.
Dylan O'Brien on the cover of 'Fashionisto.'
Photo: Fashionisto Magazine
With Teen Wolf on hiatus, there has been a severe lack of Dylan O'Brien in our lives. Sure, we spotted him at the MTV Movie Awards, but that wasn't enough. We're used to seeing him for at least one hour per week and anything less just makes us sad. Luckily, Fashionisto Magazine has done us a solid by putting Dylan on one of the covers for Issue 10. Not only is he on the cover—he's on it in a suit, which is a sight you don't get to see very often.
The issue, which has a focus on perfecting your cool blue wardrobe palette—hence the all blue Calvin Klein suit—shows a dressier side to Dylan that we are fairly unfamiliar with. Well, now, we are no longer unfamiliar, people. We now firmly know that dressy side exists, and we like it. A lot.
It's one thing for an individual star to look good for award show appearances. They just have to go shopping, match their outfit to their manicure, and they're pretty much good to go. But for a TV show's entire cast to look good? Now THAT is a rare occurrence that takes major styling talent and coordination. We were lucky enough to witness such red carpet wonderment on several occasions at last night's MTV Movie Awards. The cast members of our very own MTV shows managed to look great alone AND as groups, and we humbly offer up our admiration. Check out some of the most fashionable lineups, below:
Dylan O'Brien and Tyler Posey at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards.
Photo: Getty Images
We've come to expect only the best fashion when it comes to our Teen Wolf stars. Don't worry—they all delivered last night. Tyler Posey, one of MTV's pre-show hosts, looked appropriately casual in jeans and a fitted jacket. Dylan O'Brien went with jeans and a jacket as well, only his black and dark gray color palette gave off a much more ~bad boy~ vibe.
Quick—everyone jump in the shower right now, because wet hair is IN. First Beyonce worked a saturated 'do for her Grammys performance. Then Harry Styles' hair was (mysteriously) soaked in One Direction's "Midnight Memories" video. The trend even appeared in Phillip Lim's show during New York Fashion Week. And NOW, Holland Roden is making us rethink hairdryers entirely in Line magazine's latest issue. The Teen Wolf star sports the wet hair look on the cover and in every single one of the inside photos, and honestly? We've never seen her look more unbelievably gorgeous.
That's all for this season of Teen Wolf? I don't mean all as in, like, "I needed more" kind of way (I really didn't), but more in a "What am I going to watch on Mondays?" way. Last night's episode was so full of ~action~ that it barely had time to acknowledge Allison's death. That's a lot of action!
The plot, of course, centered around the quest to destroy Evil Stiles and the crew of Oni he was now leading. I'll be the first to admit that I'm all for 2 x's the Stiles on my screen, but even I was like, "OK, Evil Stiles, you have got to go. BAI." Aside from all the killing and maiming, Stiles and Evil Stiles are actually quite similar—especially sartorially! Did Evil Stiles raid normal, dreamboat Stiles' closet? Let's take a look!
Will the real Stiles please stand up?Photo: MTV
If you haven't seen the episode, would you be able to tell which one was evil? Evil Stiles (on the right) is dressed in an outfit you could totally imagine regular ol' Stiles dressed in, right? Just, like, darker. Hooded T-shirts, corduroy jackets, and layers are wardrobe staples. How did his evil twin get a hold of those clothes? Sheriff Stilinski, you should probably be a little more alert if a random boy is rooting around your son's closet. You're a cop—just sayin'. I know Void Stiles is responsible for mass destruction and chaos in Beacon Hills, but he looks like the Stiles we know and love, so it's kinda hard to hate him, TBH. (JK, I DO!)