Button your blouse all the way to the top for a conservative look that’s anything but.
Kirsten Dunst is the image of hipster cool leaving the Chelsea Lately studios in a mustard chiffon blouse buttoned to the collar.
Photo: Michael Wright/WENN.com
At Rolling Stone’s AMA after party, Ashley Madekwe white blouse and black skirt combo could’ve been drab, but the Revenge actress made it fab with details like leather and buttoning her blouse all the way up.
Amber Heard was pure Hollywood glamour at the LA premiere of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, wearing a buttoned sleeveless top with high-waist, wide leg trousers.
Elizabeth Olsen put on a modern power suit while hitting the streets in NYC. She saved this look from the doldrums of office wear by buttoning her white work shirt to the top.
Photo: fashion.ie NYC
At the Giorgio Armani & Cinema Society screening of Albert Nobbs, Rose Byrne picked a polka dot blouse.
Actress Karen Gillan wore a sheer nude blouse fastened all the way up to show off its bow collar at the ELLE Style Awards in London.
Photo: Lia Toby/WENN.com
Olivia Palermo styled her Dior S/S 2012 sheer black blouse by buttoning it to the top for a vampy look at Paris Fashion Week.
Amber Rose at HK NightClub
For a night out, Amber Rose revived a killer 80s look in an embellished animal-print top and silky maxi skirt.
Amber Rose at the Soul Train Awards
Amber Rose put a high fashion spin on the sexy librarian look in a Givenchy patterned silk shirt and velvet skirt at the Soul Train Awards.
At the Stella McCartney store Christmas lighting Jade Williams a.k.a. Sunday Girl gave new meaning to the term ‘blue collar’.
Heading to a DJ gig at the Dream Hotel in NYC, Solange Knowles stood out in a retro-inspired color block look.
Actress Gemma Arterton stopped by the Burberry show during London Fashion Week in a menswear look, belting the buttoned-up blouse for a feminine touch.
As a celebrity fashion contributor for theFashionSpot, Ellen Freeman vacillates between being a superfan and a hater. She studied comparative literature at Haverford College and has written for Glimpse, Philadelphia Weekly, and the Philadelphia Live Arts blog. Ellen's day jobs in her hometown of Portland, Oregon include nannying, teaching yoga and thrift store spelunking.