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This is what the wore to introduce her new kitten to Instagram, but are we the only ones more interested in the fashion than the feline? We’re just really into the fact that she stepped out of her comfort zone and wore a crop top and flippy mini (Aqua for Bloomingdale’s) and non-old-timey Miu Miu shoes.
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We often consider renaming this gallery “Love Outfit,” and this look is another example of why we’re so into her street style. She makes an under-$100 floral midi from Topshop and a simple blue tee look like a thousand bucks by adding chic white accessories.
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The Master of Print-Mixing takes her title seriously, teaming three different patterned pieces: a striped Tibi tank under a polka-dot button-down and checked Zara shorts, plus forest-green lace-up Aquazzura heels. You probably don’t need us to tell you why the look works, but we’ll say it anyway: because each item is black and white.
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We’re including this look less because we love the outfit and more because we love the creative use of a bathing suit. Yes, that’s right, we said bathing suit. Victoria gets more use out of her Kate Spade Saturday cutout one-piece by wearing it under a leather skater skirt and adding chunky sandals and a pink bag (also Kate Spade Saturday).
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Does this photo make anyone else want to toss all your jeans and replace them with drawstring pants? That’s the sort of crazy power has over us. Especially when the pants are in such a pretty pale-pink shade and she pairs them with a rose-gold tank (both from her Kohl’s collection), plus coordinating heels and mirrored aviators.
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What to wear to work when it’s sweltering out and the thought of putting on pants makes you want to call in sick? We’d suggest a safari-inspired double-breasted topper and matching shorts (this set is Michael Kors) and neutral accessories.
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Are you having flashbacks to the ’90s? Topshop cropped sweater and distressed stonewashed jeans feel totally #TBT, but with understated accessories (and not too many of them), somehow it works.
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Another way to wear our chambray button-downs? Okay, you’ve got our attention, Jamie. She knots her Guess one at the waist and adds a colorful Sachin + Babi mini, then gives the whole thing a fashiony, I-dress-for-myself-not-guys vibe with those Schutz gladiators and her Kate Spade Saturday clutch.
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Does the thought of wearing all light colors give you anxiety? Then take a tip from Emmy on how to make dark clothing look summery. She sports a navy Reese + Riley blazer and A.L.C. skirt, but goes with bare legs and a nautical shirt, plus pops of color via her sunglasses and bag.
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While leather running shorts are probably not at the top of your summer shopping list, we’d encourage you to reconsider. When worn with a simple, polished top (Maria’s is Trina Turk) and simple, not-too-high heels, the tiny shorts almost feel appropriate for someone over the age of 20 and not at a Kesha concert.
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We’ve been viewing our military jackets simply as solutions to the age-old “the A/C is too high in my office building” problem, but (and her BB Dakota topper) have us reconsidering. It looks so chic over a lacy Elizabeth and James crop top and contrasting with the silky material of her Stella McCartney skirt. (And as always, roll the sleeves and leave it unzipped.)
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If you think one loose-fitting piece tucked into another loose-fitting piece all under a third loose-fitting piece is a recipe for schlumpy, the is here to school you. Wearing pieces that aren’t dark will help the cause, but it’s also key to show a hint of skin (cleavage will do). And remember that loose-fitting can still be structured; her pale-pink Reese + Riley blazer adds polish to the whole ensemble.
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The most low-commitment way to try the crop top trend: copying Olivia’s DIY version. She ties up her Rails button-down and wears it with a high-waisted pleated skirt. And while not every style editor on the team agreed that this was worthy of Love Her Outfit status (there was one dissident), our adoration of her brown-and-silver sandals is unanimous.
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We believe in dressing for the job we want – and the job we want is to be . She keeps a button-down and pencil skirt from feeling like a snooze by picking printed pieces (of her design).
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The menswear trend has been around for some time now, so if you’re looking to sport the style and stand out, you’ve got to come up with something attention-grabbing. Two ways to achieve that: Pick out a hot-pink look and wear it with nothing underneath.
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Even if her H&M top weren’t 35 bucks and her Topshop skirt $76 (really!), we’d still love what working with here. It’s a good reminder to pair something besides a basic white tee with our colorful printed minis – her lace-inset tank elevates the whole outfit.
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Normcore; noun; fashion trend gaining popularity among celebs and street style bloggers defined as being normal, average or even bland, but not in a bad way (yes, it’s a confusing idea). We’ll use it in a sentence: wears a striped tank with elastic-ankle Bella Dahl jogger pants and Birkenstocks for a normcore outfit that feels easy-breezy and not-too-try-hard.
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If wearing your crop top with high-waisted pants still leaves too much belly on display for your liking, steal Diane’s trick: Top it with a blazer. Does that make it work-ready? Uh, no, but it means you don’t have to work out your obliques at the gym.
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Full disclosure: We debated including this look in this gallery (are the pants cool-wide or crazy-wide? is the white top chic or boring? are we into it just because it’s Kendall?), but ultimately decided it deserves a spot because there’s an important piece of takeaway: Always think about proportions. Kendall balances her Three Floor crop top with voluminous high-waisted pants.
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A comfy mesh sweatshirt sounds like the least office-appropriate item in the world, but Jaime makes it work by wearing a fitted Michael Stars version tucked into a polka-dot skirt (though, obviously, pick one that doesn’t say hell for the office) and adding polished accessories including delicate necklaces, a structured bag and pointy-toe booties.
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Proof that you don’t have to wear a stitch of white to look ready for summer. The sports a My Tribe mesh tunic in sand, a collarless pale-pink jacket and coordinating accessories in various shades of rose and light tan with her 3x1 skinnies. Forget “pretty in pink,” this is more “pretty damn hot in pink.”
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We’re fans of any outfit that starts with “put on a white tee.” elevates the classic basic with a pleated mint green Vionnet maxi and one awesome statement accessory: a pair of Sophia Webster shoes with butterfly wings at the heel (great, now Mariah Carey’s stuck in our head).
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If you typically wear jeans with a printed top, try flipping the combo like does with her boxy Three Dots shirt in cream and geometric-print bottoms. Neutral accessories (yes, we consider the silver on her Sam Edelman sandals a neutral) keep the focus on the pants.
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In case you haven’t heard, was in Paris for some big family event recently and everyone’s talking about what one of her sisters wore, but we want to draw your attention to this look. She shows just a sliver of skin via a BLQ crop top and retro polka-dot skirt by ASOS, adding a black moto for edge and two-tone heels to pull it all together.
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The first thing you need to put on if you want to recreate ensemble is self-tanner. A lot of self-tanner. Then move on to the clothing: A tailored silhouette on the shorts keeps them classy despite the superhigh hemline, a crop top with a tank under it feels age-appropriate and high-shine silver Brian Atwood pumps add a ready-to-party vibe.
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While the rest of us would reach for a basic black blazer and pumps, the Glee styles her Bibhu Mohapatra floral-print pencil skirt with an edgy red leather moto jacket and white scalloped Bionda Castana heels. The result: a look we can’t wait to copy.
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If there were such a thing as “boss Barbie” we imagine she’d look just like Rosie, who demonstrates how one piece of statement jewelry (like her dramatic gold open collar necklace) gives an otherwise conservative outfit a don’t-mess-with-me vibe.
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The next time you have an office party or networking event, skip the standard LBD and nude pumps in favor of a two-piece ensemble and chic sandals like Ashley (hers is Monica Rose for Lovers + Friends). A slicked-back pony and minimal makeup will keep the overall effect polished and professional.
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If you have to travel for work, make sure you dress like you belong in business class, even if you’re in the middle seat in coach. lovely lady shows how it’s done by teaming classic pieces in a neutral palette with a fun necklace.
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If you’re looking to dip a toe into the print trend, this look is not for you. But for those of you with an advanced degree in prints, consider mixing polka dots as Jamie does with her blouse and full skirt (both Banana Republic x Marimekko). Spots of different sizes keep the combo from looking clownish and sticking to the same color palette means it won’t appear too busy. (And we love the pop of color via her Kate Spade Saturday clutch.)
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Meanwhile, across town, Olivia mixes another type of print: stripes (courtesy of her Boden coat). And while some might argue that there’s too much going on and she should have topped her awesome Peter Som for Kohl’s romper with a a solid jacket, we’ve gotta applaud the woman for taking a risk. Plus, she makes it work by (basically) keeping it all in the same color family.
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Just when we were about to put all our leather skirts into storage until fall, gives us a reason to keep them out. Because, without tights and with bright shoes and a silky, skin-baring tank, her mini (from Ann Taylor) feels as summery as it gets.
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We’ve worn our black pencil skirts into the ground so we’re more than happy to replace them with a striped version of the silhouette. It’s polished enough to work well with a casual tee (especially when the accessories are fancy), but it would look just as good with a button-down or silk top.
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On paper, this outfit puts us to sleep (all-putty everything doesn’t exactly sound exciting), but on , it makes us want to copy the look. If we do, we’ll make sure to look for a skirt with draped detailing and a metallic belt since that makes the whole thing feel fashion-y as opposed to snooze-y.
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Casual pieces (distressed boyfriends and slouchy polos) can feel either very shlumpy or very cute. The key to making your ensemble fall into the latter category is to style it with more polished accessories. Think: a structured bag (hers is Michael Kors) instead of a tote, embellished slip-ons instead of flip-flops and a patterned scarf in your hair instead of a stretchy gym headband.
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Lucky for us, the piece of her look that we like the most is the one piece we can actually afford: her leopard-print Kardashian Kollection pencil skirt. But since teams it with a fancy cream Sisley coat, a classic button-down, a Givenchy bag and Roberto Cavalli heels, no one would ever know it’s such a budget-friendly find.
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Any excuse to go out and buy another moto. Her rose-printed Sachin + Babi topper (worn over the shoulders, natch) is bold, but that doesn’t stop the from adding two jewel-toned pieces. And it works because the dress and lace-up heels are solids so they don’t compete with the patterned jacket.
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In our opinion, the word obsessed is highly overused among style editors, but here’s a case where we feel it’s justified. We’re obsessed with how the model combines two colors we’d never think to pair outside of a Christmas party: red and green via a leather jacket and a pleated printed midi.
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We’d tap that. Double-tap it, that is. Karolina’s Insta gave us the urge to run out and get a long denim vest then wear it just as she does, over white skinnies, a crisp button-down and a gray sweater.
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If Goldilocks were playing fashion critic with recent looks, there’d be a lot of, “This one is too tight” and “This one is too loose.” But these draped Faith Connexion pants and V-neck blouse would elicit a “juuust right.” Her accessories game is just right too, specifically that vintage YSL tassel bag.
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The day this photo was released was coincidentally the same day the People.com office printer ran out of gold and maroon ink. Unrelated: This shot of in her metallic Vivienne Westwood Red Label bubble skirt, lamé button-down and three-tone sandals is pinned up on many a bulletin board over here.
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The entire style team has been wearing chambray shirts with skinny jeans every single Friday since October, so we’re grateful to for showing us how to take our denim button-downs into spring: untucked with a printed skirt (hers is Rebecca Taylor) and neutral booties (any will do if you don’t have the budget for her Rag & Bone pair).
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Speaking of what style editors are always wearing – no, we’re kidding. And we probably won’t wear a scalloped aqua crop top with a matching mini and white sandals anytime soon, either. But that doesn’t mean we can’t take a moment to pay respect to such a killer ensemble.
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If you haven’t tried laser-cut leather yet, this is the season to test the trend tempers her Lovers + Friends crop top with a black blazer and loose-fitting pants. Bonus points for those shoes, which tie together the two shades of her outfit.
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Another example of how to handle those days when it’s not quite hot, but not quite chilly: a summery dress (in this case, a lace Banana Republic one with a drop waist), plus suede booties and a big scarf.
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We always preferred Sandy’s style at the end of Grease as opposed to her goody-two-shoes look, so it should come as no surprise that we’re loving high-waisted skinnies, black crop top, over-the-shoulder denim jacket, red Emilio Pucci bag and bad-girl lace-up heels.
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You know how they say that you don’t know how much you love something until it’s gone? That’s how we feel about and her outfits. She pops up for the first time in way too long wearing a cream 3.1 Phillip Lim fit-and-flare with an embellished white jacket and accessories we’d give up our first child for (not really, but you know).
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Do you love wearing sweats? If you said yes, try a comfy cotton romper like . Look for one with some shape (slim legs and a cinched waist) and add at least one fancy item like this Maison Martin Margiela bag (and a chic denim jacket, like her 3x1 one, wouldn’t hurt either). If you said no, it’s like we don’t even know you anymore.
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“Hey, Bry,” we imagine Jamie saying to her fiancé, “do you like this necklace, this other necklace, this denim jacket, these sunglasses or this Elizabeth and James bag best?” “I dunno, they’re all good” he’d respond, as men do. And he’d be right because, somehow, all the pieces look amazing together.
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Wear a purple hat? Are you kidding? We would neve–oh, wait, scratch that. We’re running out to buy one like the model’s purple bowed Eugenia Kim design and wearing it just as she does: with jeans and a leather jacket.
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Any time you’re doubting the power of , remember this: She’s the star who almost convinced a whole team of style editors to run out and get crocheted white crop tops and matching tiny shorts – to wear in public.
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One statement piece may be enough for most women. But is not most women (and we don’t want to be either after seeing this photo). She wears hot-pink Joie sandals with an animal-print Charles Henry mini, but keeps the rest of the look classic with a Current/Elliott denim jacket, black cross-body and Wayfarers.
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There’s something so Midwestern girl-from-the-farm-next-door about faded denim shorts and tied short-sleeve Ann Taylor button-down. But, of course, this girl’s not on a farm, she’s in Hollywood, so she goes for luxe add-ons like pale pumps and a nude chain-strap Maison Martin Margiela bag.
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When we wear jeans, it’s like, Ehh, jeans again. When wears jeans, it’s like, ERMERGERD JEANS ARE THE MOST AMAZING THING EVER. What accounts for the difference? Uh, for one, she’s royalty. Also: She pairs her skinnies with a gorgeous double-breasted Zara blazer, a checked button-down and classic wedges.
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Suddenly, we wish we worked at a job that called for business suits. OK, maybe not, but we’d gladly break out a Proenza Schouler shorts-and-blazer combo, plus a silk Haider Ackerman tank and zebra-print sandals, for an important meeting.
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Are we saying you should immediately go out and buy mom jeans and a fuzzy pink crop top to wear this weekend? No. Are we saying this ensemble looks absolutely incredible on the model and we get a major kick out of such a fun ’90s look? Oh hell yes.
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Matching her pastel accessories (a Rebecca Minkoff bag and Yosi Samra shoes) isn’t the only spot-on style move the Shameless star is showing off in this photo. She also layers a lace shirt (Rebecca Taylor) over a minidress (Of Mercer) for an easy – you know how the saying goes – breezy spring ensemble.
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True story: When this fashion release hit our inbox, we just stared at the actress for a while and imagined all the places we’d wear her cropped Heartloom top, printed pants, geometric shoes and Bulgari purple envelope clutch. The possibilities are endless.
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Let us say it for you: can pull off anything, so of course she makes these busy-printed separates (hers are Joe’s Jeans) look flawless. Even cooler? Notice how slimming the matching set looks on the superstar. If you’re not ready for all that pattern, that’s okay: take baby steps by choosing a solid top or bottom.
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You already have nude heels and a denim jacket in your wardrobe. Now – take a deep breath – we think it’s time you add a jumpsuit. It doesn’t have to be the ‘s Ella Moss design, but since she’s one of Hollywood’s most onesie-happy stars, we suggest you use her as your jumpsuit spirit animal.
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If Selena is your jumpsuit spirit animal, then her should be your preppy idol. The singer brings her school-girl best in an Ann Taylor collar sweater (on sale now!), wine-colored cropped trousers and navy oxfords.
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Fashion fact: Florals are huge right now. So of course the style is going all out via a bloom-printed Givenchy topper. Paired with J Brand leather pants, sexy pumps and purple hair, she proves you can make a pretty pattern totally edgy. (And no, we don’t expect you to swipe the purple hair part.)
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It’s not a maxi, it’s not a midi, but it’s still major. The ‘s asymmetrical Helmut Lang wrap skirt deserves its own special category thanks to the expert draping and cool print. It also deserves a spot in our closets, but we’ll have to wait for it to go on sale.
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You know those girls who are so put together they look like they are walking straight out of a magazine ad? Count the Glee star as one of those girls thanks to her chic combination of a printed dress, cropped patterned jacket and pastel cross-body (hers is DANNIJO). Note: We love that the hemline on the skirt is perfect for day-to-night.