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    >>> up next, bobbie thomas.

    >>> we're back with bobbie's style buzz and what's new for 2010 .

    >> the first on the fashion block with perfectly polished nails. bobbie thomas.

    >> what are we wearing?

    >> the indoor couture trend. if you spend 2009 under your slug.

    >> i what is that?

    >> if you're really lazy.

    >> stop it.

    >> you never have to take it off.

    >> look at richard, by the way. look. so, this is like --

    >> yes. put it this way. the snuggies have now gone mobile.

    >> it's cozy.

    >> it is actually cozy.

    >> it's called the unilazy and they're so hot that stars like fergie, a good friend of mine bought 20 plus for holiday friends and family. this is the big rage.

    >> she buys them snuggy thi snuggie thin gs with all her money?

    >> she wanted them to be comfy.

    >> yes, there are pockets but they're down by my knees.

    >> fairy tale fever, " alice in wonderland ," go and grab this makeup palette by urban mckay. they have cute names. you'll see lots of products, jewelry and lots of things coming out licensed under the " alice in wonderland " name.

    >> look at that.

    >> it's like a putty. this spring natural nails so you can leave the dark black and blue behind.

    >> never got them.

    >> this gray putty is called chinchili.

    >> that's cute. that, i would do more than -- look at this.

    >> believe it or not, channel put tattoos down the runway and body art in a chic way is in. they have everything from blossoms to birds and pearls. they're iconic symbols. we have a picture of a model from the runway that has this necklace on. you see those bracelets.

    >> you can't see chanel doing " yo mama .

    >> there it is.

    >> it's sort of fantasy like. it's a new twist on body art .

    >> does it wash off?

    >> 55 designs in a package. they're coming out this spring, brand new.

    >> hair, what is this?

    >> i know you love lady gaga.

    >> i could not look better than i look right now, but i'll give it a shot.

    >> it matches your hair.

    >> it does, right? it's adorable.

    >> from lady gaga to picture from the runway.

    >> look at this.

    >> isn't that funny?

    >> you look better than her.

    >> she is a character.

    >> also a picture of rebecca taylor 's runway shot with these bow hair buns in the back. kristen jackson did my hello kitty hair wig, she is doing these for $15. you can slip back the headband with braids. and saltamalacchia does horse hair jewelry.

    >> horses aren't hurt in the course of this?

    >> no, not at all.

    >> you have about a minute left. clogs are back?

    >> clog.

    >> they're back.

    >> they are back, everyone from louis vuitton and chanel. i love these. they're comfortable.

    >> are they really?

    >> look cute with jeans and shorts. trust me.

    >> they're cute.

    >> they are clunky.

    >> they're back. i'm just the messenger.

    >> never.

    >> never?

    >> never.

    >> all right. new year's resolutions, eco chic plates made by fallen palm leaves at whole foods. you get a package of these.

    >> feel that.

    >> isn't that sweet?

    >> very cool. i love that.

    >> and slimware, portion control. if you're at the gym and reez it's harder than you think , look at what you're eating. they have two new designs. i talked about this last year but i love slimware's plates, carbs, proteins. last, but not least, neuro drinks, kate hudson to cindy crawford are literally filling up with water like neuro trim to help you curb your appetite.

    >> and keep your digestion.

    >> exactly, kicking. neuro gasm.

    >> bobbie, we love you.

    >> head to klgandhoda.com and check out her column in touch weekly.

TODAY contributor
updated 1/12/2010 1:13:57 PM ET 2010-01-12T18:13:57

Bobbie Thomas, TODAY Style editor and author of the Buzz column for In Touch Weekly, offers her latest roundup of buzz-worthy items:

Indoor couture
If you’ve been living under your Snuggie for the last few months then you’ll be excited to find out about the latest head-to-toe cozy adult-onesies craze. Yes, Forever Lazy’s “Uni-Lazy” may provide all the warmth and comfort of a blanket, but it also gives you the ability to get off the couch. And even celebs are scooping them up! Fergie and her hot hubby, Josh Duhamel, ordered 22 of the PJ suits for friends, family, and even her Black Eyed Peas bandmates. While they are available in a variety of “fashion” colors, please do not (I repeat, please do not) step outside to make a style statement ($54.99; foreverlazy.com)!

Fairy-tale fever
From fantasy to ethereal, beauty is swinging in a soft direction. Urban Decay’s Box of Shadows palette was created exclusively for Tim Burton’s highly anticipated adaptation of “Alice in Wonderland,” set to be released March 5. After flipping open the cover, I couldn’t help but smile (or grin like the Cheshire Cat) and be enchanted by the fantasy pop-up scene that transports you right into Alice’s whimsical world ($52, UrbanDecay.com). And Chanel surprised us on the spring catwalk with a chic twist on tattoos! Inspired by the luxury brand’s iconic symbols, pearls, blossoms and swallows are a few of the delicate designs that Les Trompe L’Oeil created for the limited-edition temporary skin art. Available Feb. 15, each five-sheet package includes 55 decals that will temporarily transform the wearer into a glam goddess.

Neutral nails
When you do venture out of the house, gray-beige nail polish is a surefire way to be chic. While 2009 was dominated by black and navy blue, 2010’s shades will be more earthy, from Chinchilly ($8, Essie.com) to charcoal and every color in between. While the winter wind is still nipping at your nose, try a frosty gunmetal polish like Yves Saint Laurent’s Tuxedo Grey ($20, yslbeautyus.com). And although you may think you want something to be putty in your hands, this spring you'll want putty on your hands! Creative Nail Design’s Asphalt created buzz on Behnaz Sarafpour’s catwalk ($9, GoIndulge.com), and OPI for Sephora’s Metro Chic, taupe with a touch of purple gray, is already selling out ($9, sephora.com)!

Haute hair art
Hollywood has been going gaga for crazy hair art (e.g., Lady Gaga’s gravity-defying creations), but there are plenty of practical ways for you to jump on board with these trendy new tresses. Kristin Jackson designs barrettes and headbands with faux hair bows and braids affixed so you can get the look that was oh-so-popular on Rebecca Taylor’s Spring 2010 runway ($18 and up, KristinJacksonHair.com). And while most women spend lots of money to have hair removed, you may find yourself adding hair in other places — like your neck! Saltalamacchia’s unique horsetail hair necklaces range in color from black to blond, and promise to be great conversation pieces too ($151-$529, evanewyork.net)! Slideshow: Big is beautiful

Clog craze
Clogs are back, and in new forms and fun patterns. Heavy hitters Chanel and Louis Vuitton both sent models marching down the runway in updated versions of the wooden shoe rather than the teetering stilettos that have caused many to tumble ($745-$1,795, 800-555-0005). Designs from contemporary collections such as Stuart Weitzman and No. 6 are editor picks for spring. Hollywood’s not far behind, with celebs scooping pairs from C&C Sweden, which offers everything from fun florals to metallics and even patent leather versions ($89.95-$99.95, TheScandinavianCompany.com/clogs/). And if you just can’t wait to follow in their footsteps, Free People has come out with a warm way to sport the style — the “clog boot” ($248, freepeople.com).

Plates with a purpose
Whether your New Year’s resolution was to help yourself or to help the environment, there’s a perfect plate out there for you. First, a personal favorite of mine: Slimware Plates. Foolproof and pretty, they secretly help you portion out perfect servings of carbs, proteins and starches ($34.95, slimware.com). And while we wait for the leaves to bloom, you can pick up Verterra’s plates, made from fallen palm leaves so they’re completely biodegradable and chemical-free. As if that weren’t enough, they’re reusable, microwavable and happen to be beautiful ($4.99-$6.99, verterra.com)!

Wellness water
Leave it to Hollywood to grab on to the latest liquid trend. Everyone from Kate Hudson to Cindy Crawford has been reaching for Neuro Drinks. The healthy hydration is causing a buzz with its Neuro Trim blend, which contains fiber, vitamins and nutrients that help boost metabolism, ward off food cravings and fight those extra holiday pounds ($36.99/12 pack, drinkneuro.com).

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