Stars are nothing if not stylish. We’re counting down the top 10 fashion trends for 2014.
Crop Tops come in at number 10 with famous ladies such as Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Miley Cyrus all sporting the midriff-baring design.
Conflict Free Diamonds sparkle at number 9 with celebs opting to adorn their ring finger with rocks not mined in war-torn countries.
Another gem lands at number 8 as stars glammed up their attire with Turquoise. Sofia Vergara, Emma Roberts, Emmy Rossum and Lupita Nyongo’o were among those who accessorized with the blue-green jewels.
Men with facial hair makes the list at number 7. Scruffy was the way to go for those who wanted to show off their manly side.
Orange may be the new black but at number 6, orange was the color of choice for many stars who wore the bold style on the red carpet.
While the women may go daring, the men chose a throwback look as the white tuxedo jacket enters at number 5. Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey sported the trend as they both picked up Oscars.
At number 4, belts were that little something extra to complete an outfit. While some celebs opted for a subtle touch, others went with the bigger is better approach.
At number 3, the swept up hairstyle was must have hairdo during award season.
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