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Celebrity Fashion Styles To Follow
Celebs undoubtedly sent the tone for the rest of us when it comes to the best looks and the trendiest items. Here are some classic celebrity fashion styles that have more going for them than just a cool outfit.
Make room for flats
Flats are becoming more and more popular, with stylish celebs such as Sarah Jessica Parker often favoring them over heels. These days, you'll find flats in a wide range of materials, styles and colors so you can pair them with just about every outfit. Although there's nothing wrong with heels, wearing them all of the time can wreak havoc on your feet and even your spine because they impact balance and posture. Trade in your trademark heels for flats once in awhile to give your body a break and change up your look.
Consider skipping the midi dress
Midi dresses look great sometimes, but they're not always as versatile as mini-dresses or longer gowns. In fact, model Bella Hadid tends to avoid them and largely sticks to long gowns for dressier events and mini-dresses for casual times.
Go for clothing with a shape
Sometimes, loose clothing is fine, but you'll generally want to avoid it when you're going out somewhere more important than the grocery store or just want to look sharp. Looser clothing tends to leave you shapeless, and this hides your figure. However, you don't need to wear tight, uncomfortable clothing, either. Priyanka Chopra, for example, often opts for a piece that will highlight her waist and give her a defined shape without being incredibly skin tight, whether that's a tailored dress or a blazer that has been fitted.
Focus on neutral prints
Many celebrities wear trendy prints, but they can also easily afford to do so. Plus, they have a stylist around to make sure the print in question is flattering and not making them look like Grandma's curtains. Consider neutral prints, like actress and model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley tends to prefer. A more neutral print won't go out of style as fast as a trendy one will, and you will be able to use the piece in more than one outfit. As an added bonus, you'll also have to worry less about matching when you are planning your outfits. Nothing is worse than having to buy a specific color of pants and shoes just to match up with one printed shirt.
Grab the crewneck tee
Of course, we do have a famous celeb known for wearing the v-cut tee: Simon Cowell in his trademark black or white. However, many celebs, Jennifer Lawrence among them, prefer crewneck tees over the other cuts. V-necks can invite a wardrobe dysfunction, but more importantly, some v-neck cuts are prone to losing shape quickly over time in the washing machine. Once that collar looses its form and starts drooping, you may find yourself having to wear another shirt under your v-neck!
Try high-waisted denim
High-waisted denim was a staple of the 1980s and it has come back in a big way, with names such as Kendall Jenner regularly choosing high-waisted jeans over lower-cut ones. This one will definitely depend on your body shape, so be sure to at least give high-waisted jeans a chance if you've never tried them on before. You may just be surprised by how they look on you.
Shine up those sneakers
Dirty, worn-out sneakers are never a good thing. Many celebs, including Gigi Hadid, skip distressed and worn-out pairs in favor of cleaner, newer-looking ones. Of course, this doesn't mean you have to break the bank buying sneakers. There are a lot of sneaker care products out there, so you can clean your favorite pair and keep them looking new. When you care for your sneakers, they'll last longer, too. Just make sure you get the right products for the type of sneakers you have as material will play a role in what you should and shouldn't use.
Slide into a statement dress
Sometimes, you just need to "wow" the room. A lot of A-listers, such as Florence Welch, know how to do just that using a statement dress. These types of dresses dazzle and catch the eye, and sequins or another type of shine are often involved. There are a lot of metallic hues to choose from, from the classic silver and gold to the more daring alternatives, such as pink or blues. Since you can have too much of a good thing and these dresses tend to have weight and texture, consider a short style or a well-fitted piece to give a more balanced and flattering appearance.