Eight hacks to looking like a Celebrities

We love Fridays – and with good reason. Every week, we’re hunting for style inspiration. And this time around, our favourite celebs didn’t disappoint. From tangerine to print-on-print and colour blocking, these stylish ladies nail all the hottest trends.

Lesson #1: Edgy and feminine is the new black
Jessica Alba shows us a whole new way to do leather and ladylike. Take a cue from Alba, who paired her black crop top with a voluminous skirt and threw on a leather jacket for an edge.

Lesson #2: Match muted florals like a pro
If there’s anything we’ve learnt, it’s that Kangana Ranaut can do no wrong. You too can experiment with floral separates – pair a peplum blouse and a roomy pastel skirt for a formal, elegant look – an outfit that Ranaut has perfected.

Lesson #3: Play with polka dots and breton stripes
Ever tried print on print? The trick here is to stick to monochrome when you’re mixing two busy prints. Keep the rest of your look simple – Emma Stone nails the trend.

Lesson #4: Bold shades are the key to colour blocking
Colour blocking is all about bold combinations.  And while Poorna Jagannathan’s outfit is a heady mix of a vibrant cobalt blue and white, it’s those hints of yellow, grey and light pink that make it all the more striking.

Lesson #5: Swap your skirt with a skort
Ditch the predictable mini skirt for a printed skort like Taylor Swift. The playsuit creates the illusion of a dress, but is actually has a casual element because of the shorts. Be it solid separates or printed playsuits, a skort is the way to do it.

Lesson #6: How to wear tangerine
Who said you can’t wear head-to-toe orange? We love that Neha Dhupia has gone all out with this sunset-inspired shade. Like the actor, it’s safe to keep the accessories subtle – a champagne clutch and dull gold pumps to let the outfit stand out. Also, the little slit on the dress gives the bright colour a break.

Lesson #7: How to make a pant suit fun
There is a way to wear a suit to a cocktail party. Do it like Pernia Qureshi and show off your toned body by pairing printed separates with a risqué neckline instead of a regular collared shirt for the suit to look more fun and less corporate.

Lesson #8: Borrow distressed denims from the boys
Ripped jeans never looked this good. Anushka Sharma makes a case for up-sized boyfriend jeans – take inspiration from the actor and pair your version with a bright coloured blouse and nude t-strap peep-toes. It’s a look that’s both girly and laid-back.

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