Style Snaps: Nia Long

Safari Girl
Lovely in Lace
Tasteful in a Tutu
Jazzy Jumpsuit
She's Got Legs
White is Right
Prints Princess
Bubble Beauty
Tons of Tiers
Simple in a Shift
Safari Girl Lovely in Lace Tasteful in a Tutu Jazzy Jumpsuit She's Got Legs White is Right Prints Princess Bubble Beauty Tons of Tiers Simple in a Shift
By Maria Denardo January 19, 2009
Combining black and white in a print is one way to make sure you don’t fall prey to the same old look.
A simple black dress gets a major makeover with hoop earrings, black lace tights, and high-heeled booties.
Long works her dancer inspired look at the L.A. premiere of Premonition. Carrie Bradshaw would be proud.  
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.
A simple caftan silhouette and summer heels is all you need to stay chic (and cool) on a hot day.
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.
The actress poses for photographers in a super sexy body-hugging dress that's just right for an award show like the Grammys.
Long keeps it short, sweet, and monochromatic to celebrate President-elect Barack Obama. Notice she rarely wears tons of jewelry?
A crisp white gown with attention-grabbing gold earrings will always be a fashion yes.
Staying with the trends and her favorite colors, the talented star rocks a colorblock dress and a sleek updo.
We’ve been keeping an eye on actress Nia Long ever since she played Will Smith’s love interest Lisa on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, then on to Love Jones and Soul Food, and shows like Third Watch and Boston Legal. No matter where her lengthy career has taken her, one thing is certain. Nia sticks with what she knows, at least when it comes to fashion. Her love for black and white has become her signature color combo. The trick is simple: stay with a classic but make sure to reinvent how you wear it so your look stays fresh and up-to-the-minute.
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