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BB's Weekly Fashion Link Round Up

Lucky shows you Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian's complete collection for Sears. Shop it at

Vogue goes one-on-one with September cover girl Kate Moss.

The Grindstone enlists my help to show you how to wear the colorblock trend at work.

College Candy shares the do's and don'ts of going braless.

Smarty Panties rounds up some of her favorite fall 2011 fashion trends.

Harper's Bazaar features Lady Gaga's interview with Debbie Harry.

Glamour enlists Selena Gomez to show off fall's prettiest beauty trends.

People StyleWatch finds 5 celebs wearing the same $50 Express dress.

Stripes and Sequins shows you how to make a DIY cargo vest.

Nitrolicious has the scoop on Maybelline's limited edition mascaras by Vivienne Tam, Tracy Reese and Max Azria.

Stylish Curves tracks down Amber Riley's $50 sequin shrug.

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Not impressed by the Kardashian line for Sears at all looks so....trashy. And the fabrics look very unforgiving.
#1 Nikki on 2011-08-13 09:24 (Reply)
I totally agree and everything is WAY too expensive. I am so sad because I was really looking forward to it.
#1.1 Jalva on 2011-08-13 09:26 (Reply)
I saw the shoe collection - Was. Not. Impressed. It looked like they were very poorly made - materials used looked and felt cheap and the way certain parts of the shoe were put together - very sloppy with glue bits all along the platform of the shoe. Total disappointment as I was really really looking forward to buying some of the pieces.
#2 CandyCornucopia on 2011-08-15 08:56 (Reply)
thanks for including me in your fab round-up!

xx grace
#3 grace - stripes & sequins (Homepage) on 2011-08-15 13:50 (Reply)
Amazingly good :-)
#4 Herve Leger dresses (Homepage) on 2011-08-18 02:10 (Reply)
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