There’s no doubt that celebrities often have enviable wardrobes. The current generation of It girls and guys are usually clad head-to-toe in designer brands just to go grab coffee or hit up the corner store. Their OOTD shots are usually hard to miss on your Instagram feed and while they often look too good to be true, stealing their style isn’t as hard as you think.
The laid back and casual looks most stars wear can be easily replicated in your day-to-day life—excluding any ridiculously high heels or more maximalist looks. Take some inspiration from your favorite celebrities and their street style, just like our Style Guru’s have in their day-to-day looks. After all, imitation is the highest form of flattery—and it’s even better on a budget.
Pretty in Pink
Gigi Hadid celebrated her birthday this past April in a floor-length pink duster—the now 22-year-old’s Millennial pink statement was paired with a white T-shirt and blue denim. As summer approaches, integrate a lightweight duster into your wardrobe to wear on top of skirts, denim, and of course, shorts. (Photo via @baileyttaylor)
White bubble sunglasses are back in style again after young fashion icons, like Rihanna and Harry Styles, have been spotted recently sporting the dramatic frame. Rihanna’s comfy and chic look contrasts the style, while they add bold detail to her relaxed athleisure look (Photo via @n_agem)
Fur For Spring
A light shearling jacket is perfect to keep warm as the temperatures fluctuate in the spring months. Alexa Chung kept warm at the airport with her own variation on the style—layering this fluffy piece on top of denim or leggings with a relaxed graphic T-shirt creates an effortless look. (Photo via @beedurst)
While we all may not be able to attend Coachella, borrowing some style ideas from one of the best-dressed attendees is definitely possible. Selena Gomez‘s powder blue sundress was much talked about after a photo of her and The Weeknd was snapped. Integrate the color into your own flirty skirt ensemble for a fun summer look! (Photo via @taysim1)