Filed under: Holidays, Celebrity Style, Do Good
Getting locked up has never been so stylish. You've got the leader of the prison pack Paris Hilton, and both Nicole Richie and Lindsay Lohan have spent some time behind bars. The girls are all free (for now) but their prison attire is here to stay. Dressing in black and white is so chic this holiday season. Here are some stand-out pieces that our celebrity jailbirds should have in their closets:
**L.A.M.B Frosted Love Satchel: **Gwen Stefani's bags are becoming a must have in the celebrity world. This stylish black and white satchel will match practically everything in your closet.
Norma Kamali striped dress: **Comfort and style are the key words with this dress from Norma Kamali. Just throw it on with some knee high boots and the look is complete.
**Omni Peace tee: **Wearing this tee shirt is like doing community service without lifting a finger, as proceeds go towards ending poverty by 2025.
**Santi jeweled clutch: **Bling is back with this jeweled cover clucth, the perfect accessory for holiday parties.
Karta zig-zag dress: Instead of skippin the stuffing, wear this dress. The zig-zag design of this dress is slimming and elongating which makes this the perfect dress for the holiday season.
Christian Louboutin 'Bling Bling' platforms: ** A fierce pair of shoes is a must have for the holiday party season. Just beware for those of you who live in colder climates, the peep toe might result in frostbite.
**RM Rhea dress: **This cute little number has pockets for all of your goodies -- cell phone, money, ID ... anything!
**Vivienne Westwood striped cowl neck top: ** Stripes have never looked so good. Vivienne Westwood can take the simplest concept and make it completely unique.
**Marc Jacobs pleated top: **Pair this adorable top with black leggings and flats for a dressed up yet dressed down look.
**Kenneth Jay Lane Cocktail ring: **No holiday ensemble is complete without a cocktail ring. This crystal ball ring is gorgeous and pretty affordable at $98.00.
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