Sometimes it's a little scary to look at our old high school yearbook and revisit the outfits that our teenage mind dreamed up. And as for our middle school yearbook....well, let's just say that leggings and a turtleneck in a matching floral print wasn't our best idea. That's why it's so comforting to see people.com's article on how celebrities used to dress, before they were turned into stylish robots by an army of professionals. It humanizes them. All the bad outfits - from Naomi Watt's 90s goth-grunge-glam look to Sarah Jessica Parker's big floppy hat - have a lot more personality than the polished, figure-flattering, crowd-pleasing runway dresses in the recent pictures. And even though Halle Berry's polka dot skirt suit from 1989 is undeniably hideous - and check out her brown pantyhose too! - she still looks kind of cute. We miss when celebrities used to look dorky! --ALISON COOL
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The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show finally airs tonight! Get prepped by reading what each Victoria's Secret Angel in the "Calendar Girls" segment had to say about her outfit (even Karlie Kloss--though you won't be seeing her controversial getup onscreen)--plus see exclusive sketches of their costumes.
Our Founding Fathers Had Serious Style
Sometimes we get so caught up in our Fourth of July celebrations--what with all its boozing, fireworks, parades, and burgers--that we lose sight of what Independence Day is really about: The day the United States formally declared its independence from Great Britain way back in 1776. It was a pretty fabulous time, made possible by some pretty fabulous guys--the Founding Fathers. So today, we thought we'd celebrate that fierceness with a look at some of the Founding Fathers' absolutely flawless personal style. Here's looking at you, Ben Franklin...