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Bring Inauguration Fashion to Your Wardrobe

January 24, 2013

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Yesterday we touched on the fashion the Presidential families sported at the inauguration. But we obviously couldn’t go without mentioning the Queen herself–Beyoncé. Next to her husband Jay-Z, the singer wowed us in a black, floor length gown with velvet details by Emilio Pucci. We may not have designers begging us to wear their clothes, but we can get similar looks for a quarter of the price. If it was the length of Beyoncé’s gown that you liked then try the Heirloom of Mystery Dress from Modcloth. This is a great dress to pair with a cardigan or blazer. Although this pairing will make for quite a different look than Beyoncé’s, you will soon have a look of your own. Another great feature of this gown were the sleeves. It was an easy way to look fabulous in the winter. Free People offers a great Black dress with a similar print to the dress we saw Monday. This Floral Mesh Lace Dress is just the dress for Winter or Spring.

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Kelly Clarkson was another celebrity who performed at the inauguration Monday. Clarkson came in a deep burgundy military jacket paired with a bright purple scarf. The perfect jacket can be hard to find. This jacket was fitting yet thick to fight the cold weather. This look-a-like will you keep looking just as great as Kelly Clarkson did. Your last step to perfect the look is a plain purple scarf that can be easily found at Forever 21, H&M, or most other fashion stores. 2013 started out on a positive fashion note, from the Golden Globes to the Inauguration, now it’s time to take steps to looking just as amazing as the performers did a few days ago. Stealing celebrities’ looks is extremely easy, so now you can spend your left over Christmas money wisely!


~Sophia

Photo Credit: Beyonce Tumblr, Coco Perez, Jedroot

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