Hyperstyled Internet phenom Nadia G has a feature on her blog, Rock This Look, that shows wannabes how to find the clothing Nadia wears on her segments. Though the copy reminds me of a dELiA*s catalog from 1995 (sorry, there is no excuse for calling Nadia “the G-Star” and “the Nadster”), it’s a solid idea—and not just for someone who wants to pass for Nadia. With a little online surfing and a PayPal account, you can look like your favorite TV food celebrity!
Talbots Kate Fit charmeuse jacket: The perfect washed-out orchid to complement Paula’s blue eyes.
Roaman’s straight-leg velour pants: Stretchy, for the gal who likes to really enjoy her dinner.
Naturalizer Minka shoes in nickel: What Southern lady doesn’t like shiny stuff? What woman over 40 can stand to wear anything with a heel?
Avon Plumping Lip Color in cantaloupe: The perfect shade to bring out Paula’s pearlies.
Roux Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse in silver lining: Sometimes a lady’s roots just don’t stay so gleaming on their own.
Harley-Davidson Men’s Short Sleeve Sublimated Shirt: If it doesn’t have flames on it, don’t even bother hanging it on the stylist’s rail.
Levi’s 501 Original Jeans in black: For the man who’s been buying the same kind of jeans since high school, only in progressively larger sizes.
BedHead Tigi Hard Head Mohawk Gel: Only the gel with the firmest hold can spike Fieri’s famous locks.
Liquid Player sunglasses with red polarized lenses: Be sure to wear them indoors.
Nudie Slim Jim jeans: Surely those spidery legs were made for skinny jeans.
Lands’ End Cotton Drifter Rib Crew sweater in gray heather: Tony owns similar ones in greige, stone, ecru, mauve, and oatmeal.
Black-dialed Ernst Benz ChronoFlite World Timer Watch: It costs a lot and has a complicated system that tells you the time anywhere in the world. What more could a man’s man need?
Zimmerli Pure Comfort Boxer Pant: Known as the undies for celebs, royalty, and wealthy people who like really nice fabric on their no-no parts, Zimmerli’s boxer briefs cost a solid $87 a pop. And that’s the way Tony likes ’em.
L’école des Trois Gourmandes Badge: Julia wore this round logo patch to pimp the cooking school she founded with two friends in France.
White apron: Can you imagine her without one?
Jones New York Signature No-Iron Easy Care Long Sleeve Shirt in stardust blue: If you can swing a French or chambray blue vintage ’60s shirtwaist dress, that’d be ideal. If not, this is at least the right color, and paired with a sensible navy skirt, should pass muster.
Realistic rubber chicken: If people don’t already know whom you’re referencing with your outfit, make this sucker dance.
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