Star Style to Steal

Star Style to Steal
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Every cute outfit worth copying, from every celeb you love
FREIDA PINTO

A fire-engine red suit 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.
JULIANNE HOUGH

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.)
RUTH WILSON

Toughen up a floaty, flirty, retro-inspired polka-dot dress with a studded moto jacket (hers are both Altuzarra) and pin-thin stilettos.
JESSICA ALBA

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.
EMMA ROBERTS

Lace-up peasant-style boots are going to be in everywhere this year (blame the ’90s revival). They look extra on-trend when contrasted with a super-girlie paisley dress and a boxy rose-pink Madewell jacket. (And yes, those are the millenial-fave Elizabeth and James sunglasses you spy.)
KERI RUSSELL

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.
KATE MARA

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 and flashing a little deliberate skin.
JESSICA ALBA

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.
OLIVIA MUNN

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.
KATE HUDSON

Kate roughs up her go-to Michael Kors Collection camel coat with some shredded-hem 3×1 jeans, an Anita Ko safety pin earring and a look-at-me pair of rust-red Freda Salvador booties (though she still keeps things classic with that Burberry bag).
GABRIELLE UNION

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.
LILY COLLINS

A slouchy day-off ensemble (relaxed Parker Smith flares, a front-tied tee, a long cardi) gets a bit of a style boots from her wine lip and metallic mules – which are only $79 at Nine West! That brand-new Chanel bag certainly doesn’t hurt, either.
SASHA LANE

Because an A-line silhouette is the easiest shape dress for any body type to pull off, it’s a great base for fun details, like the embroidery on her Coach & Rodarte dress and her pearl-accented Nicholas Kirkwood heels.
DIANE KRUGER

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.
REESE WITHERSPOON

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.


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