Weekly fashion indicators: yell if you're a rebel

Celebrities including Vanessa Hudgens, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Ashley Tisdale have been spotted rocking Rebell Yell's t-shirts and rompers that carry slogans such as 'Unruly,' 'Misfit,' or simply 'Don't.' Polyvore users got the message, incorporating the attitude-heavy clothes into punk-inspired outfits.

Top Brands
1. Lanvin (no change)
2. Elizabeth and James (re-entry)
3. Rebel Yell (new)
4. T by Alexander Wang (+5)
5. Matthew Williamson (-1)
6. Proenza Schouler (-1)
7. Steven Alan (-1)
8. Chloé (re-entry)
9. Zimmermann (-1)
10. Vince (-8)

Top Sites
1. lagarconne.com (no change)
2. tarinatarantino.com (no change)
3. stevenalan.com (no change)
4. mytheresa.com (no change)
5. luisaviaroma.com (re-entry)
6. bergdorfgoodman.com (re-entry)
7. juicycouture.com (+7)
8. heels.com (-1)
9. zimmermannstore.com (-4)
10. calypso-celle.com (no change)

Top Celebrities
1. Blake Lively (+1)
2. Audrey Hepburn (-1)
3. Leighton Meester (+2)
4. Ashley Greene (no change)
5. Kristen Stewart (-3)
6. Emma Watson (no change)
7. Taylor Momsen (no change)
8. Lady Gaga (no change)
9. Rihanna (no change)
10. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (re-entry)

Top Trends
1. jeggings (re-entry)
2. peep toe booties (re-entry)
3. pencil skirt (re-entry)
4. plaid shirts (re-entry)
5. blazers (re-entry)
6. lace up boots (re-entry)
7. plaid (re-entry)
8. cocktail rings (re-entry)
9. one shoulder tops (new)
10. boyfriend jeans (re-entry)

Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives five million individual visits a month.

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