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This week in television will be a tad less eventful since Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder are now on hiatus until February 11th. But with Real Housewives of Atlanta, Being Mary Jane and Empire still going strong, there will be plenty of drama to make up for it. And of course, the fashion continues to excite, ranging from sexy cut-out dresses to striped bodycon numbers. Check out this week’s looks!

Marlo Hampton

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On Real Housewives of Atlanta, Marlo showed up and showed out in a Balmain pink minidress. The tuxedo style dress is one of our favorite looks of the season for its sexy take on traditional menswear. Marlo almost stole the spotlight from Kenya at her long-awaited haircare launch party. Her exact dress is sold out but get her look for less here.


Nikki Mudarris found herself in the middle of a firestorm when she revealed Moniece Slaughter’s secret. Nikki got into a physical altercation with Moniece at the club, wearing a Balmain colorblock dress. Get her look for less here and a plus-size version here.


Mary Jane looked stunning in her birthday dress this episode, though the festivities didn’t turn out exactly like she expected. The newscaster enjoyed a surprise birthday party at work wearing a Charles Youssef Spring 2015 zigzag fringe dress. Get her exact dress here and the look for less here.

Lucious aka Mr. Touchy Feely #Empire

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Lucious got a little hands on with his estranged wife Cookie on Empire this week. If he indeed wants that old thing back, can you blame him? Cookie looked gorgeous in a Versace cutout wool blend turtleneck sweater. Get it here.

That’s it for this week! Who had your favorite look?

-Jessica C. Andrews of Follow me @DressUpWithJess


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