Welcome award shows, movie premieres, and Met Galas – you’ve been dearly missed. After nearly two years of virtual press tours, courtesy of Covid-19, red carpets is back in full swing.
And making full use of this transition to normalcy are celebrities, who seem to have upped their style game big time. From Kristen Stewart’s teeny tiny Chanel shorts suit to Anya Taylor-Joy’s floor-length Dior gown, 2022 saw A-listers pulling no stops.
Naturally, all eyes were on celebs to provide much-needed fashion inspiration. This is especially true for those tired of putting on that same printed maxi dress to every brunch, soirée, and luncheon.
Don’t worry; we’ve got something for you.
In this blog, we’ll discuss a few clothing trends that have the approval of your favorite celebrities.
Wearing patterned outfits and looking good are inversely related; you can’t do both. It turns out, this rule doesn’t apply to Anne Hathaway.
While promoting her show “WeCrashed,” the “Interstellar” actress opted for a colorful, patterned Christopher John Rogers three-piece ensemble – jacket, corset, and trousers.
Just like Hathaway, you ought to give this style statement a try.
And if you don’t want to look like you failed fashion school, keep these tips in mind while donning a patterned outfit:
Have you always loved bold colors but were a bit skeptical? Keke Palmer’s oversized grass green suit is guaranteed to convince you.
While visiting “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to talk about her upcoming film “Nope,” the 28-year-old actress looked absolutely brimming with confidence as she posed for photographs.
Although Palmer was most likely styled by an experienced professional, don’t let that stop you from trying bright colors.
To be on the safe side, match that hot pink top you’ve always wanted to wear with denim – you can never go wrong with that look.
This way, you’ll be 100% ready to become the fashion icon of your group.
Not a fan of showing skin? Well, matching tweeds might just be what you’re looking for.
And you can thank Selena Gomez for this trend. The American musician-turned-actress was seen in a pastel cut-out tweed dress paired with a matching cropped tweed jacket at an event hosted by Deadline.
The best part? You can get the exact jacket and dress from Mango at just $119 each.
Given the affordable price and popularity of the designer pieces, they’re guaranteed to sell out. So, we recommend visiting Mango as soon as you can.
Fashion trends never really die. All it takes is one celebrity to go for a supposedly archaic style statement, and voilà; it becomes all the rage.
That’s precisely what happened when Victoria Beckham wore a puffed-sleeve white blouse and straight-leg jeans.
The next thing we knew, A-Listers like Jennifer Lopez and Katie Holmes jumped on the bandwagon and started wearing puff-sleeved pieces.
Lucky for you, you won’t have to spend half (or most) of your salary to purchase a puff-sleeved outfit. Head to Nordstrom, where you’ll find plenty of affordable options.
Another staple of the 90s clothing has found its way back to fashion, and it’s called baby tees – short and tight-fitting t-shirts worn by young women and teenage girls, often revealing their midriffs.
Interestingly enough, the same designer popularized the trend back in the 90s and brought it back all over again.
Today, baby tees are worn by the likes of Hailey Biber and Kaia Gerber, who pair them with:
You’ll find an incredible range of baby tees at your local clothing shops, from plain white to multicolored.
The early traces of trench coats can be originated back to 1820. Almost two centuries later, the trend continues to inspire people left, right, and center.
But the thing about trench coats is that you have to be exceptional at styling them. Otherwise, you’ll end up looking like a wannabe Burberry model. So, if you need help in that department, look no further than Blake Lively, who, at this point, is pretty much the undisputed queen of trench coats. And she continues putting her own spin on it.
For example, while on a press tour for her film “The Rhythm Section,” Lively styled a trench coat as a dress with a knotted belt instead of wearing it over an outfit.
Leave it to Bella Hadid to make any cringe-y fashion trend work. From thin eyebrows to earmuffs, the model isn’t afraid to take risks – regardless of whether they pay off.
One such risk was when she wore a nylon top with… wait for it… knee-length Bermuda shorts.
Fortunately, you don’t have to be a high-profile celebrity to opt for this style statement; you just need to muster up the courage.
Once you do that, explore what kind of tops would work with Bermuda shorts. We recommend:
Waistcoat is yet another trend that has risen from the dead, albeit with a slight modification. And the British singer Dua Lipa can be credited with re-popularizing the fashion piece.
A few months ago, she posted a mirror selfie in what seemed like a shrunken waistcoat over a white full-sleeved shirt. Soon after, celebs like Emily Ratajkowski and Kendall Jenner joined the ‘tiny waistcoat’ club.
Although styling a tiny waistcoat can be a bit tricky, these pointers can help:
Hopefully, after reading this blog, you won’t have trouble deciding what to put on the next time someone invites you to a cocktail party. While the fashion trends mentioned here may be inspired by celebrities, you’re more than welcome to try them out.
After all, you can pull off ANY look as long as you wear it with confidence!
Kevin D. is a Chicago-based ghostwriter who finds pleasure in writing about different niches. Though gaming and tech blogs are his strong feat, he equally enjoys writing about trending fashion. Apart from writing and researching, Kevin takes a keen interest in refining his cooking skills, which he feels are the sole survival method.
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