Love Her Outfit: Star Style to Steal
A very simple, schoolgirl-inspired outfit idea (plaid skirt, white blouse, Mary Janes) gets a grown-up twist thanks to the flared sleeves, star-print skirt (both By Johnny) and peep-toe heels - plus a swipe of red lipstick.
TRACEE ELLIS ROSS
White tee. High-waisted jeans. Red lipstick. Tracee proves why this classic look will never go out of style, with the trendy addition of white nails and pumps to put trendy punctuation on the whole thing.
And here's how you do jeans and a white top the influencer way: By teaming your oversized button-up with an aggressively trendy pair of mom jeans (hers are Citizens of Humanity), and adding a suede By Far pump and teeny Rochas crossbody too small to fit a phone. (Don't forget the coral lip and round shades for the finishing touches.)
You've been hearing "pair a tough moto with a sweet floral" for years now - and if this flirty pairing on Katherine (in a Rebecca Minkoff jacket) doesn't convince you to try it, we don't know what will. It would be cute with sneakers and a crossbody, too!
CHARLOTTE LE BON
The Kardashians brought back the Champion sweatshirt, but Charlotte gave it that French girl sophistication. With tight jeans, mirrored Krewe shades and lace-up Christian Louboutin combat boots, plus a floor-grazing Self-Portrait duster over all of it, the burgundy hoodie suddenly looks like the chicest staple in your closet. (Plus: We love that she's toting a practical Madewell mini-backpack with it all!)
A $2,300 Atelier Swarovski necklace adds a festive finishing touch to an otherwise low-key tee and button-front scalloped skirt, though you could make an equal impact with a fun under-$50 find from BaubleBar.
The easiest way to try tricky trends is in a very simple color palette - just check out how effortlessly Lucy Hale mixes and matches heeled Mercedes Castillo mules, frayed-hem BlankNYC jeans, a croc crossbody (which, like her sweater, is Elizabeth and James) and cat-eye Sunday Somewhere sunglasses. all in shades of black, white and gray.
She's on set, but that doesn't mean we can't covet her character's wardrobe; we love how the burgundy velvet of her Mary Janes plays off the accents in the print of her dress, and the bucket bag adds to the sweetly retro vibe.
A fire-engine red suit (like her Topshop one, which you can buy for under $200!) is going to command a ton of attention without a whole lot of effort. Since all eyes will be on you, making sure yours fits perfectly and is well-ironed is key - and then you can add easy accessories, like some fun sunglasses or a patent loafer to make it all look a lot more effortless than it was.
Your boyfriend might not automatically peg your high-waisted jeans as his favorite thing in your wardrobe, but with glowy skin and an off-the-shoulder top, we bet you can convince him to change his mind. (Bonus: They make your butt look outstanding.)
Toughen up a floaty, flirty, retro-inspired polka-dot dress with a studded moto jacket (hers are both Altuzarra) and pin-thin stilettos.
Her favorite Vince sneakers are the perfect foundation for her many long layers, including a teal Sandro coat worn under a Narciso Rodriguez coat, all over some boyfriend jeans.
Got an amazing pair of shoes you want to show off? They look especially killer with a pair of vintage jeans and a tuxedo blazer, as Keri demonstrates.
Athleisure can be a little tricky to pull off without looking like you're really just going straight to the drugstore to buy some Tylenol PM. Kate manages by adding chic, quirky accessories (including her Steven Alan shades) and flashing a little deliberate skin.
Her Honest Company line is sold at Target, so it makes sense that she's a pro at shopping their shelves - her cute outfit is made up of a bee-print button-up from Victoria's Beckham's soon-to-launch line and a $24.99 bag from the retailer's Who What Wear collaboration, plus some killer striped platforms from Loeffler Randall.
If it's still a little chilly to wear your mini out on the town (hers is Naked Wardrobe) but you've just gotta take it out of your closet, pair it with a coat in a similar shade and some amazing over-the-knee boots, like her Stuart Weitzman pair, for a look that's sophisticated, sexy and still pretty warm.
A pretty, girlie dress (hers is from her collaboration with New York & Company) gets a boost from some quirky accessories, like her tri-tone strappy heels and her patch-adorned tophandle bag.
If you're feeling gutsy enough to pull off a full velvet suit (like her Frame style), it would be difficult to do it more chicly than she does with her sleek turtleneck and pointed booties.
Your black leather jacket is already on permanent rotation in your wardrobe. Why not welcome spring with a shell-pink one, which goes with all the same pieces you already own, but looks super-fresh when paired with a pop of fuchsia or a floral (Draper James, of course) bag.
A cozy, textured mock turtleneck, worn-in brown booties and a logo duffel give Hilary's Parker Smith skinnies a low-key '60s chic feel.
The lively print of Claire's Victoria Beckham sheath gives a sedate silhouette a fun twist — as does the coordinating oxblood hue of her Jimmy Choo heels and lipstick.
If her black mules are giving you flashbacks to those Steve Madden shoes everyone had, well, that's intentional, and on-trend. Pair yours with torn "mom jeans" and a cool jacket (hers is BlankNYC, and under $200!) to make sure your whole outfit doesn't trigger Y2K flashbacks in your friends.
Cop some of Alexa's London style by mixing a preppy cableknit with a retro ponyhair animal print jacket and finishing the whole thing off with the perfect Chelsea boot.
A long-sleeve midi dress with a punchy floral is the perfect outfit for when you're ready for spring but the weather isn't quite there with you yet. Lea's Saloni dress (same style, different print here) would look adorable with a trench and pumps if you need to warm it up further.
A denim jumpsuit is the perfect canvas for your favorite accessories - Jamie sets her off with a red lip, red-striped belt and red suede Elizabeth and James crossbody.
Get in on this spring's "mom jean" trend with a very wearable slim-legged, high-waist style (like her Citizens of Humanity pair). Add a slightly cropped top, cool sneakers and a chic, sleek bag and you'll end up with a look that's totally trendy, rather than trend victim.
Kate's whole look is Chanel, but you could get a similar vibe with an A-line dress and some vintage or vintage-inspired accessories for a polished but surprising way to wow at your next meeting.
If you're brave enough to wear a white coat in unpredictable spring weather (as Elizabeth is in Sportmax) you could embrace its graphic feel by wearing it with a black turtleneck, black boots and a white satchel.
We love Jennifer's purple lip as the perfect punctuation to all the trends she's combined (a celeb-loved varsity jacket, denim mini and high suede boots).
Bought a silky duster after seeing Kylie Jenner in one, and now you don't know how to wear it? It's a breeze when teamed with a simple blouse, black jeans (hers are Mother Denim) and a pump in the same color family. Delicate accessories (like her Bychari necklace, featuring her son's name) are the perfect finishing touches.
Give your flirty sundress a little edge before spring fully arrives by adding some chunky booties, a studded crossbody and a cool hat.
Leopard and red are two of those color combinations that go together as well as, well, Mandy Moore and "Candy." But when they're worn as accents (as in her bag and Jenni Kayne mules) to a neutral outfit, the effect is casually cool rather than drop-dead sexy.
The graphic lines of her stacked heels echo the stripes of her midi skirt, and a pale pink bag adds an element of surprise to an otherwise black-and-white outfit.
Add a tough edge to a micromini with classic Doc Marten-style boots and an oversized moto. (And top it all off with classic shades like her Krewe pair.)
Flare sleeves will be everywhere this spring, and Kelly's way to sport them (in clean stripes, with tailored pants and a pop-of-color heel) is particularly sophisticated.
A dash of red suede adds a ladylike touch to her head-to-toe menswear vibe.
Give your go-to winter outfit (blazer, flats, tote - hers is Etienne Aigner) a fresh feel for spring by swapping out your blacks and navys for camels, tans and metallics.
Cropped jeans look extra flirty with a suede bootie and a silky top.
A glittery Zuhair Murad blazer and high-shine Kenneth Cole boots punch up the most basic jeans-and-tee ensemble.
If the phrase "party shirt" didn't exist before now, we're inventing it, because it prefectly describes the girlie salmon bow-tied top Emma wears with cigarette pants (also Oscar de la Renta).
The new classic look is a distressed jean paired with a chic tweed jacket (hers is St. John) with bonus points for elegant accessories.
Whether you're going to fully embrace Parisian style (as Bella did in her Charlotte Simone beret) or not, the bones of this outfit - a white tee, black skirt, white sneakers and a black-and-white coat (hers is Manning Cartell) - are très chic.
Karlie's whole ensemble, from the feminine full skirt to the razor-sharp stilettos, has a fun retro feel. But she keeps it feeling of-the-moment with a graphic tee and funky sunglasses.
Missing your denim jacket but feel like it's a summer-only item? Miranda shows how chic (and cold-weather appropriate) it can look when paired with leather skinnies, a cropped sweater and a low heel.
In our next life, we'd love to be rocking the newest bag from Chanel before it hits stores with slides and a cute blazer. But in this one, we can still pull together this perfect-for-work outfit (wear her $60 Vans slides to commute, then swap in heels) with stuff from our closet (like her Etnia Barcelona shades), no celebrity connections required.
The silhouettes (the jacket, the A-line skirt, the Tamara Mellon pumps) are all understated - it's the details (the leopard print, the sheer panels, the multiple straps) that makes this outfit both sexy and memorable.
Jeans with a shredded hem (like her Madewell pair) are surprisingly versatile, as long as you can flash a little skin. We like the way she teamed hers with stacked sandals and a leather jacket, but an ankle bootie would work well too.
Play up the sporty vibe of a striped dress by picking a flat with an athletic silhouette, tying a button-up around your waist and going hands-free with a bag like her FashionABLE crossbody.