Even though Rita Leeds came along a bit later in the plot of Arrested Development, she's a very important character indeed. Rita is Michael Bluth's rather childish (or spy-ish) girlfriend in the third season of the show, and also happens to live in "Wee Britain." Rita's outfits always reflect her silliness—as they should! Most importantly, she always wears a hat. Maybe for better spying on the Bluth's activites? Time for you to try Rita's five-year-old meets thirty-year-old look. —Maddie
Get the look:
Deena & Ozzy Ears Bowler Hat
Step one: have an utterly adorable hat that might be able to hide a spy camera inside. I think she'd like this one. I mean, cat ears!
UNIF Cake Sweater
Rita wears lots of colors, and I'm sure this rainbow cable knit would fit right in with her many other crocheted wares.
Kimchi Blue Printed High-Rise Pinup Pant
Polka dot trousers to perfectly mismatch the rest of her outfit.
UO Heartbreaker Sunglasses
It's impossible to forget those heart-shaped sunglasses she always wears!
Wild At Heart Necklace
An adorable bunny necklace, just to top it all off.
All the colorful brooches, earrings and hair clips in the Kite Design Etsy shop are k i l l i n g me. The little cameras and little cassette tapes and little ice cream cones are the perfect accessories for easy, breezy, beautiful summer outfits, especially with their bright and exciting colors. I never knew how strongly I could want an ice cream cone barrette until right now. —Katie
BBV (that's Vanessa Hudgens for all you people who don't follow pop culture with the ferocity of a rabid dog) is not just awesome in Spring Breakers; she's also really good at dressing for festivals, specifically Coachella. She's got the whole layering thing down so that if she gets too hot, she can take something off, she's got good hats to keep the sun out of her eyes, and her accessories are juuust enough. (Although I'm not sure how practical black, knee-high socks are for Coachella, homegirl looks damn good rocking them, so we'll let it slide.) After you've been dancing around for 8 hours in the blistering sun, you're not gonna care what you look like but hey, might as well look cute for those first 20 minutes.—Katie
Get the look:
Staring At Stars Cross-Tie Floppy Felt Hat
Brixton Piper Panama Hat
Geo Druzy Necklace
Dundee Dripping Triangle Necklace
Baby Blue Druzy Necklace
Taos Stone Ring
Double Happiness Black Laboridite Ankara Ring
Geometric Arm Band
NPW Starry Eyed Face Art Stickers
OMG. Locketship makes these beautiful, perfect, flawless, amazing & stunning rings, as well as necklaces, bracelets, earrings, postcards and more. While not all of the pieces feature cats, they're all purrrfect (sorry, had to) in their own ways. Like, you know you've always been dying for a Mt. Catmore necklace.—Katie
Okay, so, I just robbed the local Chicken Shack and FINALLY have all the money I need to go to Spring Break!!!! But wait... what the fuck am I gonna bring besides my fat stacks? Time to pick out my party gear and hop on a bus heading south. Cue the music, it's time to pack bitches! —Ally
RIFF RAFF, WHAT ARE YOU?—Katie
In her spare time, Urban Outfitters' NYC Regional Merchandise Manager Shelly Horst (with help from friends and family around the country), flattens pennies by leaving them on train tracks. Because of the variety of the placement, speed of the train, temperature, and year of penny used (different years have different metal compositions) each one turns out differently, causing a unique, one-of-a-kind item. After retrieving the pennies, they are then turned into jewelry, including commissioned pieces and special engravings. See more below and contact her on her Etsy page to make a purchase! -Ally
BloodMilk jewelry, based right here in Philadelphia, has some awesomely creepy jewelry for sale. Whether it's the owl skull rings pictured above, or the bear tooth engagement ring, there's something for everybody (assuming everybody you know has a penchant for skulls and teeth). I know if someone proposed to me with a bear tooth ring I'd have a hard time saying no (hinthint, Scott Speedman. HINT! HINT!).—Katie
On Wednesday night, December 19, at LA's Space 15 Twenty (1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd), come on by to welcome jewelry designer Adina Mills to the Pangaea Pop-Up Shop! Adina Mills is a Los Angeles native, and makes some of the most beautiful and artistic jewelry I have ever seen. Her jewels are made from natural stones, crystals, and minerals, which she finds on her many travels around the United States. She can make anything into "wearable art." The event will be held in the pop up shop from 6pm-9pm, and you'll be able to shop Adina Mills' creations, and meet her! - Maddie
Shop Adina Mills Jewelry
Filled with some of the coolest jewelry and beauty products imaginable, Pangaea is the latest pop-up shop to hit Space 15 Twenty in L.A. (1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd). The new shop is chocked full of jewels designed by Bing Bang, Adina Mills, Chris Habana and Vanessa Mooney to name a few. If looking at beautiful jewelry isn't enough for you, pop in to check out products by beauty vendors The New Black, Butter London, Color Club, and so many more. Accessories brand Cult Gaia is also selling their flower crowns inside, which is my favorite part! This pop-up shop isn't one you want to miss, mainly because of the insanely creative visuals inside—I'm loving the geometric displays and color scheme! - Maddie
There's always that great feeling when you find something really lovely on a website like Etsy, and recently I came across Buried Diamond, a line of cute and equally quirky brooches, jewelry, stickers and postcards created by NYC-based textile designer Martha Porter. Martha creates each of her accessories and prints from scratch, which is the coolest part, because every piece is unique. She has crazy hand painted clay pins and necklaces shaped like eyeballs, earrings that look like hands (perfect for Halloween), and super adorable and bright sticker designs that remind me a little bit of Lisa Frank! Shop her rad selection here. - Maddie
Holy hell! This shrunken head chained necklace from brilliant jewelry designer Tobias Wistisen is the raddest necklace ever! The thought process that led to this piece must be unreal. This is way too cool! X - Jen
I've been toying with the idea of getting a nameplate necklace but not in the normal sense. Why not wear your biggest vice around your neck, your pets name or even your favorite artist's name? I'm so ready to take this all kinds of different ways. I also love the idea of this acrylic option in a wide variety of colors. X - Jen
Throughout my entire life, I don't know that I've seen anything more exquisite than this chain and pearl fringed necklace from Melanie Georgacopoulos. There is no doubt in my mind that this is the most gorgeous piece of jewelry to ever exist. X - Jen
I can't get over the accessories from Katie Eary's brilliant SS13 collection. Featuring golden claws on both the footwear and jewelry. Fierce is the first word that comes to mind. While I've never used that word to describe anything, this may quite literally define it because there could be nothing more ferocious than wearing these pieces mixed into your wardrobe everyday. X - Jen