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STYLE SNAPS: NIA LONG
August 31, 2010
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Essence Black Women in Hollywood 2011 Luncheon
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Staying with the trends and her favorite colors, the talented star rocks a colorblock dress and a sleek updo.
A crisp white gown with attention-grabbing gold earrings will always be a fashion yes.
Long keeps it short, sweet, and monochromatic to celebrate President-elect Barack Obama. Notice she rarely wears tons of jewelry?
The actress poses for photographers in a super sexy body-hugging dress that's just right for an award show like the Grammys.
At the Essence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon in Beverly Hills, the actress is all smiles in a curvaceous white dress with black lace accents.
A simple caftan silhouette and summer heels is all you need to stay chic (and cool) on a hot day.
Young and fun; a jumper is a great way to dress up without looking like you thought about it. Plus the modern cut updates the go-to color.
Long works her dancer inspired look at the L.A. premiere of Premonition. Carrie Bradshaw would be proud.
A simple black dress gets a major makeover with hoop earrings, black lace tights, and high-heeled booties.
Combining black and white in a print is one way to make sure you don’t fall prey to the same old look.
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