Celeb Looks We Love This Week: Oct 16-22

Oct 20, 2017

Once again, these fashion icons stole our hearts and “likes” on social media. From glamorous dresses to unexpected summery colors during fall, take a peek at the celeb looks we are loving right now.

  • Francisca Lachapel

    Francisca always makes us laugh, even when she’s wearing the most glamorous outfit! Take a look at her satin pants –a trend that’s making a comeback this season.

  • Daniela Di Giacomo

    Don’t be afraid of patterns. Daniela looks sophisticated with this color combination: a black background is always a good idea to slim you down, especially if you wear a big belt to define your waist.

  • Andrea Chediak

    Denim all day, every day! We have to give a round of applause to her jacket –those colorful patches and pins have become a powerful trend to follow this season.

  • Chiquinquira Delgado

    No matter your height, a long cardigan will elongate –visually— your body, especially if paired with high heels and a belt. We love Chiqui’s style –she knows how to turn simple, basic pieces into a statement outfit.

  • Ariadne Diaz

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    One of the most classic fall trends is a monochromatic makeup with magenta and burgundy colors. Don’t be afraid to mix and match! If you keep it low key, it will give you a super chic balance.

  • Galilea Montijo

    Only Galilea, our style queen, would wear summery hues during fall. What a lovely mellow yellow! If you take a look at her Instagram, you can see she’s one of the most fashion-forward celebs out there.

  • Ines Gomez-Mont

    Cool mom status! Ines, who has six little kids of her own, shows us that motherhood isn’t an excuse to give up your style.

  • Jennifer López

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    This was one of our favorite dresses for the We Are One Voice concert in Miami. Her fashion sense is as big as her heart! Remember Jennifer organized this event along Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, and Alex Rodriguez to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.

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