Denim shirts have become a closet staple for us, and we can bet that many others feel the same way. What's not to love? They provide the polish of a regular button-down but with comfort to boot. They work perfectly with our favorite jeans (we can never say no to a good denim-on-denim mix) and printed bottoms, and they can even tame dressier pieces like leather and metallics. To prove the versatility of the denim shirt, we're looking to seven famous faces to show us how to remix our denim shirts into our warm-weather wardrobe. From leather pants to miniskirts to bikinis, head inside to draw inspiration on how to wear your denim shirt seven days of the week.
Now is the perfect time to give your printed pants a Spring-themed spin, and we're looking to seven stylish celebrities to show us how it's done for both day and night. If you seek something casual-meets-cool, Drew Barrymore's paint-splattered Current/Elliott jeans are an easy fix. If you're game for an all-out bold look, Louise Roe has all the bright details. And if you want to work printed pants into the night, turn to Ashley Madekwe's chic black-and-white pairing. Click on to see all seven star-studded ways to wear printed pants now.
Easter is at the end of the month and we can't think of a better way to celebrate the festivities than in some pretty pastels. For styling inspiration, we're looking to seven stylish celebs to show us how pastels should be done. One way is with beautiful pastel dresses like Eva Mendes's yellow-and-pink lace Valentino — perfect for Easter Sunday — and Kate Mara's mint green Peter Som dress. While others, like Solange Knowles, provide a sharper take on this powdery finished. Want to see exactly how it's done? Step inside for more light-hued ensembles from Jessica Alba, Naomi Watts, Rose Byrne, Solange Knowles, and Jessica Lowndes.
Spring is practically synonymous with florals — this time around, we're looking to seven stylish celebs to offer up fresh ways to work the pattern into our mix right now. It's as easy as swapping out your wintry denim and leather for garden-party-inspired pants or jeans, à la Jessica Alba, Jayma Mays, and Erin Heatherton. If you're more of a dress kind of girl, mimic Aubrey Plaza or Anne Hathaway's ensembles; or if you want just a hint of the pattern, turn to Elizabeth Olsen's colorful tee or Kate Bosworth's textured miniskirt to experiment in small doses. Whatever the day of the week — or the occasion — we've got the celebrity-approved styling inside. Get a zoomed-in view of seven Spring-ready outfits when you click on.
Just because it's not scorching hot doesn't mean you have to shun your white pieces. We especially don't want you to shy away from your gorgeous white blazers. They're such an easy way to inject a major dose of chic into any of your looks, as any of these seven celebrity looks can demonstrate. With ease, each of these style-setters has incorporated a white topper into her look and inspires us to do the same. If you're looking for a dressy way to rock your white jacket, then look to Anja Rubik and Taraji P. Henson, while Gemma Arterton's and Kim Kardashian's outfits provide a more laid-back vibe. Whatever the occasion, it's very possible that a white blazer could get you stylishly through an entire week — here's the proof. Step inside for a closer look and a little styling know-how from some very well-dressed celebs.
We not-so-subtly hinted at the fact that pencil skirts are having a serious moment, and yes, we're still singing the praises of their sexy-meets-modest appeal. This time around, though, we're looking to our favorite starlets for test-driven (and approved) ways to wear this silhouette right now — and all week long. For this seven-day stretch, Olivia Wilde offers up a tweedy iteration for a more polished workwear option, Sophia Bush punches up a classic shape with edgy leather, and Olivia Palermo puts the most feminine spin on a sophisticated Tibi lace skirt. If you're in need of something a little more leg-baring, Kate Bosworth's asymmetrical-cut Preen version is perfect for, well, a leg up. There's even more day-to-night styling inspiration inside, so keep clicking. And don't forget to shop our favorite pencil skirt picks at the end of the slideshow.
This isn't a fur endorsement — faux all the way! — so much as it is an ode to its ability to punch up even the most casual of Winter outfits. And while a fur coat is probably as luxe as it gets (where outerwear is concerned), you can easily incorporate snappier accents into your cold-weather wardrobe to garner the same kind of cool-girl effect. Here to help our case are seven stylish celebs, all of whom have turned to quick, furry styling tricks to add that little something extra. To start, Jessica Alba amped up the elegance of a black maxidress with a purple-hued fur jacket, Olivia Palermo got it just right with her bright teal fur stole, and Poppy Delevingne channeled her best version of Anna Karenina cool with her fur cossack, tweed trench, and leather gloves. We've got a week's worth of fur-inspired star-studded outfit inspiration — all you have to do is keep clicking to follow suit.
There's nothing quite so classic as white and black — from checkerboards to Chanel, this is a pretty dynamic duo when it comes to color pairings. Of course because it's such a staple, it can also border on the more predictable, which is why we're here to shake things up with a week's worth of celebrity-inspired looks that make the most of the traditional hues with a bevy of more nontraditional mix-ups. From Olivia Palermo's black and white print-on-print to Diane Kruger's cropped sweater and leather, there's no shortage of ultrachic influences to refresh our go-to black and white styles. Click on to get inspired and shop your favorite pieces.
We'll always be loyal to our skinny trousers, but there's just something about a fluid pair of wide-leg pants that we can't get enough of. We saw them on the runways at Rachel Zoe, Altuzarra, and Wes Gordon, and they all brought a little something extra to the table — whether worn layered with chunky knits and sleek blazers or with a top tucked in, it showed a fresh, '70s-inspired silhouette for Fall. Celebrities have also proven to be fans of the clean, languid look this season. Stars like Caroline Issa, Emma Roberts, Rachel Roy, and more have all put their own cool spin on the trend, and we're breaking down how each of their outfits work for your real-life daily routine. Click through to see seven days of wide-legged looks, and shop similar pieces now.
Just when we thought we'd seen every kind of printed red-carpet look, these celebrities' ensembles herald in yet another dimension to the trend. In other words, it's all about the statement brocade print as we transition into chillier climes. In an effort to reinvent the luxe print wheel, designers showed off everything from metallic jacquard dresses to foil brocade denim cutoffs, to richly embellished skirts on their Fall runways, all of which take print-wearing to the next level. Now, we've got a stylish crew of starlets to inspire our own brocade-infused outfits. Jordana Brewster's peach-and-gold Dolce & Gabbana ensemble provides a ladylike example of how to wear the pattern to work, Kristen Stewart gives us one more Roberto Cavalli-fueled reason to try on the printed blazer, and Anne Hathaway's silver-embossed J. Mendel sheath is the perfect solution to punching up your LWD look. To be precise, we've got seven days and seven ways to wear your brocade best, along with our editors' favorite shopping picks — so keep clicking.