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The takeaway: A white turtleneck is a must-have.
As the new face and possible future celeb designer for Coach, Selena Gomez has already started rocking Stuart Vevers' most coveted pieces.
Selena was snapped leaving a nail salon in West Hollywood in the brand's statement 'Rexy' sweater layered over a crisp white turtleneck and her favourite patchwork Vetements jeans. She finished the look with nude pumps by Kurt Geiger.
Her vintage, rose-tinted sunglasses by Caviar were the perfect final touch for this retro-nerdy look styled by Christian Classen.
So Meghan Markle met Duchess Kate and Princess Charlotte last week! And like any woman keen to make a good impression on potential in-laws, Meg did not arrive empty handed.
The 35 year old kinda-Torontonian gave Kate, whose 35th birthday was last week, a "leather-bound dream diary"...or at least that's what The Sun newspaper is reporting.
The paper does not elaborate on what exactly one does with a "dream diary"...but if we were Kate we'd probably fill it with fantasies of a life where the internet didn't explode every time we cut a few layers into our hair.
NB: George would totally have been in on these informal celebrations but unfortunately he had school.
Only RiRi could make sweatpants look this good.
At this point, we can't keep calling Rihanna's outfits unexpected if the style chameleon always wears something surprising and amazing. Who else would think to pair a bubble gum pink hoodie and matching sweatpants with a bright green trench coat?
This look is the perfect comfy-cool combo for a wintery weekend, though you might want to pair it with heeled ankle boots instead of Rihanna's open-toed Tom Ford sandals. Her Burberry python trench coat and Vetements x Champion sweatsuit however, are ideal for a chilly Canadian weekend.
Feeling the powder pink look? Shop a less pricey version from Topshop, just in time for a weekend of catching up with your Netflix account.
Like you weren't emotional enough today (Trumpnauguration whyyyyyyy), here's the final episode of West Wing Week courtesy of the White House's Twitter accounts.
It's basically an incredibly moving montage of the Obama's saying thank you to all the people who've been by their sides for the past 8 years—from their security detail to the entire country.