While being fashionable is not about stealing entire looks, it is about taking inspiration and molding it into something you can call your very own, which brings us to today’s Steal Her Style story. Whether you like the downtown vibe of Miranda Kerr, the uptown style of Olivia Palermo, or the California cool that Nicole Richie shows off with aplomb, you are bound to find something to inspire you in today’s story. So, without further ado, get ready to be inspired!
Despite the fact that Miranda clearly puts together her outfits very carefully, she always looks effortlessly chic. We particularly like the way this ensemble is a mix of casual pieces (the denim jacket) and smart pieces (the button-down shirt and flared skirt). To steal Miranda’s style, layer Paige Denim’s Westward Jacket ($189) over Equipment’s Signature Blouse ($208) before adding Topshop’s Jersey Skater Skirt ($26). To finish, grab your favorite tote bag and then finish with Mango’s Suede Ankle Boots ($110).
Olivia is fearless when it comes to bright colors so we were thrilled to see her sporting a sunny yellow jacket in the midst of fall. By pairing it with all-black pieces—specifically, a turtleneck sweater, leather leggings, and loafers—she created a cool outfit that easily transitions from a day of shopping to a night on the town. To steal Olivia’s style, pair Joie’s Remi Coat ($391) with Gap’s Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater ($34), Zara’s Faux Leather Leggings ($50), and Gap’s Embroidered Loafers ($40).
Nicole officially has the California boho look down pat, but she is never afraid to step outside her comfort zone and try something with a little edge. Her outfit—an animal sweater, skinny black jeans, and sneakers—has a casual feel with a designer twist and is the perfect mix for the modern mom-on-the-go. To steal Nicole’s style, pick up Markus Lupfer’s Wolf Print Sweater ($337) and team it with Topshop’s Black Skinny Baxter Jeans ($80) and Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star Sneakers ($55).
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