Love Her Outfit: Star Style To Steal
High-waist cropped flares may seem intimidating, but almost anyone can pull them off with a simple tee (like Jessica Biel's stripes) and girlie sneaker (hers are Tory Sport).
The cheerful yellow hue of her Saloni dress is super-summery at first glance, but the ankle length and on-trend-for-fall puff sleeves, plus the grounding black ballet flats (oh yeah, and the unseasonably warm weather), make it work into October.
Resist it all you like, but double denim is making a major comeback this season. Thanks to the cut of Whitney's Madewell jeans (as well as a jacket in a matching wash), she's able to treat her outfit like a more traditional suit, adding a classic cami and cool accessories like a ring-handle Vince Camuto bag and red mules.
Here's how to cover up but still look sexy: pair a fitted tuxedo jacket with second-skin leather pants (hers are Rosie HW x Paige), add a nude lip and call it a day.
With white Casadei pumps and a bold bouffant, the star plays up the '60s girl-group vibes of her H&M x Erdem ensemble.
Though you might be tempted to play off voluminous pants with a tight top and coat, Martha's menswear-inspired trench and low-key flats make her look feel even more effortlessly breezy.
Though the floral details, fresh face and pastel palette all scream "spring" and we're well into October, Gabrielle (holding an Edie Parker clutch) proves that breaking the expected style conventions can make a look even fresher.
Button-up skirts are having a moment, so Julianne's look - which she paired with mid-calf booties - is both easy to wear and super on-trend.
Selena shows how to stay on the chic (rather than schlubby) side of everyone's favorite cozy-sweater-and-jeans combo: by picking a Khaite sweater cropped enough to show her waist and wearing it with slim-fit Khaite jeans that expose some ankle. Low-vamp shoes like her heels or a pair of flats also help keep things feminine.
Leather pants like Jessica's L'Agence pair are a surprising MVP for air travel - they're stretchy and practically wrinkle-proof. Wear a pair with a loose tee, layer on a light jacket and add comfy-but-cool studded d'Orsay flats (hers are Jimmy Choo) for an outfit that will let you log major miles in style.
You've already got the jeans and button-up. Make them so 2017 by adding crimson accessories like Alessandra. And aviators make anything instantly cooler.
Duster coats remain cool for this season, just update them with some of-the-moment pieces like a chunky necklace, vintage-feeling jeans and some loafer mules like her Newbark pair.
Contrast distressed denim with polished pieces like a tuxedo jacket, structured bag (hers is Madewell) and suede heels.
The easy thing to do with a busy floral like Kerry Washington's Dolce & Gabbana (worn with Graziela Gems earrings) would be to match it with neutral accessories. But the more fun thing to do is to play up or off the dress's design, from the coordinating pink suede heels to the studded Christian Louboutin purse.
You've already mastered adding a "pop of color" to a neutral outfit. Take it to the next level by adding a "pop of floral" to a bright, saturated dress in a simple design.
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Can't wait another second to wear your leopard booties but it's just too hot for your ideal fall outfit? When worn with au-courant puff sleeves and classic accessories (including her Jennifer Meyer pendant) they look totally "second summer" appropriate. P.S. Yep, those are glitter unicorns on her Skinnydip London case.
The supermodel is a timeless classic - and the same can be said for her ultra-chic and easy ensemble. It would be hard to put together a more perfect travel outfit than her camel Max Mara blazer, worn over a striped top with skinny jeans and Sarah Flint shoes (which must be comfy, because she can't stop wearing them).
The length, sleeves and cut of Selena's Rouje dress are demure, but the plunging neckline and metallic heels held on by only the thinnest of straps give the look extra sex appeal.
You can lean way into the boyfriend vibe of your slouchiest jeans by adding sneakers (hers are Nike x A.L.C.) and a bomber - it only takes the littlest details, like a burgundy lip or tucked-in tee, to give it that girlie finishing touch.
By tying up her oxford and wearing it slightly off-the-shoulder, Sienna makes the staple (worn with another go-to, a pair of high-waisted denim) look fresh. And a simple outfit like that is a great canvas for a standout pair of shoes like her Gray Matters pumps.
You're going to see '80s menswear back in a big way, and here's an easy way into the trend: by pairing a bold blazer with all-black pieces (a turtleneck, her J Brand jeans) and choosing classic-but-cool accessories to go with, like her vintage Vestiaire Collective bag and star-accented booties.
The actress makes a case for monometallic deressing in her crinkly silver Michael Kors Collection two-piece outfit and matching pumps.
Hi, perfect fall outfit: Julianne's marigold sweater, perfect fit jeans and cozy hat practically require a trip to an apple orchard (and you can carry your picks home in her big FashionABLE tote).
You don't have to pack away your gingham and off-the-shoulder styles just because summer is winding down. A perfect pair of pants is ideal for transitioning them into fall (and a cute clutch like her Kate Spade New York taxi is seasonless).
A white turtleneck and black skirt sounds boring, right? Not if you take a cue from Olivia Palermo, who works in different textures and bold accessories (like her Safilo x Harper's Bazaar shades) to make it memorable.
If you've been avoiding boyfriend jeans because you're worried that, well, you look like you borrowed them from your boyfriend, try some of the styling tricks Selma used to dress up her Madewell pair, like tucking in a ruffled Madewell button-down and adding heels in a bright color (hers are $99 from Vince Camuto) to help define your figure and keep the look feminine.
Dark florals are in for fall, but that doesn't just apply to traditional prints on a black background. It's just as fresh when it's a sketch-inspired black print on ivory, as Jaime (in Kurt Geiger heels and APM Monaco jewels) demonstrates.
When you've got a great pair of shoes (like Emily's jewel-topped scarlet pair), sometimes you want to build the outfit from the bottom up. Try a high-waisted jean (hers are Khaite), a belt in a neutral (leopard counts!) and basics with a little interest (like her Carolina Santo Domingo clutch and rufled button-up) for a classic but memorable look.