Thank goodness for hair extensions. Would you agree? With them, you can magically transform a short cropped do into long tresses.

On Thursday, Lily Collins was spotted out and about in Los Angeles with a fresh hairstyle. It was layered and medium length, and she wore it well with a boxy ombre blazer, skinny jeans, and some glass-heeled boots. Come to think of it, she looked like Victoria Beckham with the longer locks.

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2FE6519D00000578-0-image-a-145_1452213555392Lily Collins debuts longer locks while out and about in Los Angeles on January 7, 2016

How do you like Lily’s new hair? Does it suit her or do you think she looks cuter with the pixie cut?

While I’d love to discuss her beauty look further, I’m actually more interested in the red purse and boots she used to go with the new do. The red bag is the redesigned Givenchy Nightingale — something I want for myself. Unlike the old model, the latest version does not come with intersecting seams on the body.

NMV2JTK_mzGivenchy Redesigned Nightingale Bag, $2190

I couldn’t find any details on Lily’s glass-heeled patent ankle boots, but I found similar styles from Alexander Wang, Matisse, and Jeffrey Campbell that are just as interesting:

44887585UR_13_n_fAlexander Wang Anouck Boots, $390 (was $650)

_11068051Jeffrey Campbell Truly Ankle Boots, $145

62019.0.zoomMatisse Epic Leopard Print Pony Hair Boots, $200

You can grab all three clear-heeled boots online if interested. To steal Lily’s style, wear with skinny jeans and a boxy blazer. By the way, you can order Lily’s ombre jacket if you want it. It’s from Armani Exchange.

2502.11872.4568.076Armani Exchange Ombre Peacoat, $290

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