How to Wear This Season’s Trends Like a Celebrity

style yourself the celeb way

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Words by Tanya Grimson
May 13th, 2015

From Kendall Jenner to Kate Bosworth, celebrities are showing us how to wear this season’s trend with aplomb. From ginham, to vintage tees, pastels and denim, this season, the leading ladies are also leading the pack. We show you how they are working their trend of choice and how you can too.

Shop their style here.

 

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Kendall Jenner

Kendall was recently spotted rocking the vintage tee look, but by teaming it with white jeans and strappy sandals, it elevates it from grunge-tastic to elegantly waisted.

 

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Anne Hathaway

Usually renowned for her dressed-down off-duty city style, Anne Hathaway took a break from her breton tops and denim layered looks to sample a slice of the 1950s . Pairing a bardot crop top and gingham full skirt with pumps is not only bang on-trend for this season but a pretty take on city dressing.

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Jessica Alba

Jessica is looking seriously pretty in pink from her round sunglasses to the floral print maxi skirt. Ticking so many new season trends in one effortless way.

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Karlie Kloss

Supermodel Karlie is showing how to work the 70’s vibe of the moment with her fringe jacket, but modernising it with tailored culottes and strappy sandals. This look shows a perfect balance of keeping yourself firmly in the current era and not going full retro.

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Kate Bosworth

We are loving how Kate is rocking these flare dungarees, tight enough to hold on to some sex appeal, tortoiseshell sunglasses and suede sandals finish the look with stylish ease.

To find how many of the celebrities looks feature in our Top 25 New Season Key Buys, click here

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