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Model Style: Kate Moss

There is not much we can say about Kate Moss that hasn’t already been said—she is gorgeous, she has an inimitable sense of personal style, and she can wear clothes like no other—but that doesn’t mean she isn’t worthy of her very own Model Style story.


Model Style: Kate Moss

There is not much we can say about Kate Moss that hasn’t already been said—she is gorgeous, she has an inimitable sense of personal style, and she can wear clothes like no other—but that doesn’t mean she isn’t worthy of her very own Model Style story. Oh no, dear readers. On the contrary, we believe that the newlywed model is past due, which is why we are so excited to explore her killer style today. After all, whether she is wearing Topshop, Dior, or something in between, one thing is certain: she always looks amazing! On that note, click through for all the need-to-know details on what she wears and how she wears it!

1. It is no secret that Kate often looks to the 1970s for style inspiration, which is just one of the reasons we love the look she put together for a stroll around Notting Hill back in June. While her ensemble instantly evokes style icons like Anita Pallenberg, it also feels decidedly fresh and modern. In particular, we are smitten with the way Kate uses accessories—specifically, a floppy hat, ballet flats, dark sunglasses, and a satchel—to bring life to her outfit. To make this look your own, pick up Topshop’s Slimline Blazer ($130) and Trim Flannel Shorts ($66) and pair them with a top like ASOS’s Pussybow Tunic ($61.11). Then, simply accessorize with pieces like Repetto’s Ballet Flats ($245) and Coal’s The Simone Hat ($99).

2. If there is one thing we can say about Kate Moss, it is that she has mastered the art of dressing up—whether she is attending a major red carpet event or just heading out for a night on the town. Case in point: back in July, Kate was spotted out to dinner in London. She wore a python-print Lanvin dress, which she paired with a simple white blazer and black Christian Louboutin heels. The look is signature Kate: three effortlessly chic pieces, with just a slightly edgy twist. Inspired? You can try this cool party-ready look by picking up Blu Moon’s Summer Lovin’ Dress ($187) or Calvin Klein’s Shift Dress ($118) and pairing it with Reiss’s Melodie Blazer ($296) and Nine West’s Martina Pumps ($79).

3. Perfecting the balance between casual and cool is tricky, but leave it to Kate to show us how it is done! Yes, just last month Kate stepped out for a Rimmel London event wearing a slouchy grey top, tailored trousers, and cap-toe pumps. By pairing more sophisticated pieces—the trousers and pumps—with a laidback jersey top, Kate has created a look that easily transitions from day to night, all the while “fitting in” with whatever the occasion calls for. To try this look for yourself, pick up Holy Tee’s Bowery Tee ($97.50) and pair it with 3.1 Phillip Lim’s Slim Trousers ($350) and Halston Heritage’s Watersnake Clean Flat Belt ($95). Then, simply add Stuart Weitzman’s Pointy Bow Pumps (#65) and you are all set.

4. Now, we all know that Kate loves the rock and roll lifestyle, a love that she often alludes to through clothes. For instance, spotted out and about in London in March, Kate was wearing a plaid shirt, a black blazer, skinny jeans, and cap-toe pumps. While the latter three pieces evoke a chic aesthetic, the plaid shirt conjures up images of muddy rock concerts. By mixing and matching these pieces together, Kate has stayed true to all sides of herself. To make this look your own, pick up Madewell’s Penfield Kuffman Plaid Flannel ($85) and pair it with Siwy’s Hannah Jeans ($195) and Hive & Honey’s Velvet Trim Riding Jacket ($69). Finish the look by slipping into Yves Saint Laurent’s Cap-Toe Suede Pumps ($665).

Photos: Bauer Griffin, Getty Images, PacificCoastNews.com

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