8 Celebrity-Inspired Fashion Tips To Help You Look Your Best

  
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With every move that celebrities make being documented and plastered on the covers of tabloids, it’s hard to avoid taking note of each star’s unique personal style. Celebrities are the trendsetters of the fashion industry and are always caught wearing the trendiest pieces and styling outfits in unique, groundbreaking ways. With the help of the best stylists in the industry, the absolute easiest place to look for style inspiration is from the street style and award show looks of the most fashion-forward celebs. Fame10 has compiled a list of inspiration that can be taken from today’s celeb style icons. Whether you want to look elegant like Kate Middleton or be a trendsetter like Olivia Palermo, read below for the best celebrity-inspired style tips to help you look your best.

8. Gigi Hadid – Mix edgy and conservative pieces

The queen of the street style fashion category can undoubtedly teach us a thing or two about matching pieces. Known for her edgy fashion sense, this Hadid sister has proven that pairing different style pieces is actually super trendy. She proves that mixing feminine with rocker or classy with bohemian is a great way to look contemporary and on trend. With this outfit, we see her mixing edgy mesh and leather with conservative plaid trousers and she pulls it off flawlessly.

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7. Taylor Swift – Matching sets are effortless

Taylor Swift is known for her tomboy, rocker style and never fails to flaunt a classy red lip to top off even the most basic outfit. Swift’s simplistic wardrobe of graphic tees, mini skirts and converse shoes makes her a leader in achievable fashion. Take inspiration from Swift’s effortless matching set style! By pairing two pieces that match, like a crop top and a matching trouser, you can achieve a streamlined look that is also super trendy without having to worry about ensuring your colour palettes or prints flow together.

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