Love Her Outfit: Star Style to Steal
Over-the-knee boots are everywhere this fall, and one of the simplest ways to wear them is with a mini. Priyanka's brightly colored, long-sleeve turtleneck dress flashes just a hint of skin, so the look is pretty, not Pretty Woman. Round sunnies (hers are Garrett Leight) up the fun factor.
Any style expert will tell you to have the perfect LBD in your closet, and here's why: With bow-accented Christian Louboutin heels, Emma's Dolce & Gabbana dress is cocktail party-ready; with a simple black pump, it would be job interview-appropriate; and with tights and booties, it's your ideal weekend outfit.
Not all holiday party outfits have to be about glitter and satin. Red Self-Portrait pants get the point across, while the black lace top (also by the brand) is festive without being super fa-la-la about it. (She didn't forgo glitz altogether, though: Check out the pearl ankle straps on her Stella Luna heels!)
Another way to get in the holiday spirit that doesn't involve a sequin explosion: A knife-pleat skirt (hers is Dion Lee) that alternates strips of silver sparkle with basic black. Alexis lets the skirt shine by keeping the rest of the look (including her Schutz heels) simple.
Punch up a standard white blouse/black skirt look with a cool belt, pretty hemline detail or flirty leopard heels (hers are Schutz).
J.Lo's fur-trimmed hooded puffer only plays up the tomboyish elements of her Rails button-up, shredded straight-leg jeans and construction boots.
Plaid flannel is a fall staple, but Jessica wears hers in an unexpectd way, picking a Jenni Kayne shell in the cozy print and adding Victoria, Victoria Beckham flare trousers.
Skinny jeans aren't going anywhere, but right now, nothing looks more modern than a pair of cuffed straight-leg jeans with no stretch teamed with an orange-red lip and a beautiful pair of heels.
The Loving actress chooses two very subdued silhouettes (a short-sleeve Sonia Rykiel sheath and Giuseppe Zanotti Design pumps) that are made special thanks to the details, including the zigzag trim on the neckline and mesh panels on the vamp.
Sure, it's a pantsuit, but no part of this look is stuffy or sedate: From the sheer tank layered underneath to the sparkly Stella Luna heels to the wink-y personalized handbag, the star makes the workwear staple look ideal for a night out.
Another office outfit staple that works well for weekends when worn right: the pinstripe pant! A sheer silk blouse, cropped denim jacket and sandals that show off a black pedicure are a slightly dressier (but equally cool) version of your standard black-jeans-and-chambray-shirt uniform.
A bow-tie blouse can be a little tough to pull off (when done wrong, it can be overly fussy) but Camilla has the right idea, pairing her lace Kate Spade New York top with a leather mini by the brand and booties in the same color palette, and pulling her hair off her face.
Supermodel secret: Texture can make take an outfit from snoozy to a standout. The shiny lapels on her jacket, croc-embossed flap of her clutch and slightly perforated booties all make her otherwise standard outfit super-special.
Her highly polished military blazer contrasts with the frayed hem of her straight-leg jeans for an effortlessly cool vibe, and polished black accessories go with everything. (Plus: Perk up any tired-feeling bag with a pretty scarf in coordinating colors to your outfit!)
Denim and leather is a classic combination -- it's sassy and sweet and pretty much impossible to mess up. Start with an easy pairing (like a mini and denim jacket) and add accessories to give it your own twist, à la Jasmine's fur stole and thigh-high Schutz boots.
Here's another way to wear fall's hot pajama dressing trend: with the jacket unbuttoned over a blouse, and a touch of velvet to play up the vibe. (But take note of Olivia's made-up face and heels: You're going for "boudoir," not "actually headed for bed.")
Red lips and wedge heels easily dress up a jeans-and-tee combo, and cool details (like her zipper pockets) make any low-key look instantly more memorable.
Daisy print? In fall? For sure, as long as the scale is dantier and the cut of the dress is more subdued. Add classic heels and pearl earrings (hers are Veronika Borchers x Pearl Collective) for a more dressed-up, less "flower girl" feel.
A few weeks ago, we told you rust and black would be "in" long past Halloween, and this outfit is further proof. We love how cool her sweater and sculptural heels make a pair of basic black Zero + Maria Cornejo trousers look.
Resisting tights until the last possible moment? A midi dress is perfect to combat falling temps, especially when you contrast a bright color or sweet print with patent boots and a leather jacket.
With stylish stiletto boots and a polished bag, this outfit is perfect for work; add white sneakers and a crossbody for your ideal weekend outfit.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
Mixed metallics are A Thing right now, and the more surprising the combo, the better; how gorgeous is the burnished gold/black shimmery lamé pairing on Sarah Jessica?
A shell, pencil skirt and pointy pumps is one of the most basic outfits you can put together, but it's the fun touches -- like matching a coral lip to a stripe in the skirt -- that make it memorable.
Anna mixes some summery pieces (the periwinkle Sarah Flint shoes and striped Tory Burch romper) with more fall-appropriate finds (the leather jacket and leopard backpack) for a look that's a little whimsical and a lot of fun.
JENNA DEWAN TATUM
Want to instantly make your sweatshirt and jeggings look more polished en route to the airport? Try a structured hat and lace-up boots.
Since a leather skirt is a little edgy, a preppy piece (like her plaid tank) is a nice contrast. And Jamie is just one of many celebrities who is going to completely sell you on loafers (hers are Louise et Cie) this fall.
You already know that florals for fall are happening in a big way, and that includes traditionally spring-y prints like Mandy's daffodils. Try a red lip and pumps to make it feel more autumnal (as opposed to, say, a nude heel and pink lipstick).
With two weeks still to go before Halloween, we're already seeing tons of stars pairing rust with black, proving you don't need to save this color combo for your work candy party. It's super-sophisticated, especially when the fabrics are luxe and tactile, like Olivia's soft coat and leather pants