Although celebrities may wear extravagant gowns on the red carpet, their off-duty style is well within reach to emulate. Each outfit is priced below $150, and worthy of major paparazzi attention.
When floral prints exploded on the runways last spring, many celebrities took to the trend. Miley Cyrus styled floral pants and dresses with edgy leather jackets, studded boots and tight-fitting crop tops. For those with a milder taste, like model Miranda Kerr, floral pants with a white top and tan stilettos keep everything more subdued. No matter your personal style, whether rocker chic or minimal, there's a way to style them to be the star on the street.
The nautical stripe
To dress this basic tee up to the standards of style stars, it only takes four essential items. Destroyed denim in a light wash matches nicely with the navy and white shirt; and a leopard flat will keep the outfit casual and neutral. Throw a tan trench over it and a black structured bag to pull the look together.
Brightly colored jeans
The key to achieving a great look with brightly colored jeans is keeping the rest of the clothing simple. No need to overdo the accessories or try to have the perfect match. Pairing the pants with a light colored top, basic shoes and one pretty necklace or bracelet is all that's needed.
An oversized scarf
Celebrities like actress Eva Longoria love to wear an oversized scarf with a slouchy sweatshirt, skinny jeans and a blazer on top. The heels, dark jeans and blazer give the outfit a happy medium between comfort and sophistication.
They may be wearing black to try to escape the paparazzi, but when celebs dress this sleek and polished they only stand out more. To obtain this look, leather pants with a black sweater, oversized sunglasses and a felt floppy hat will keep everything on the sly, but ultimately very stylish.
Celeb style essentials
The key to always looking paparazzi-worthy is wearing great accessories. A structured bag and strong shoes in a neutral color, such as black, tan or white, will allow you to mix and match them into many different ensembles.