Celebrity Fashion

How Celebrities Are Rocking Autumn’s Hottest Trends

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Can you believe that summer has come and gone? Pretty soon the air will be crisp, the foliage will turn into beautiful colors of orange and yellow, and as the leaves start to change, fashion and trends change too.

Fall is the time when you do a little closet makeover, and to be honest, we know it can get a little overwhelming sometimes. There are just so many amazing trends and styles to choose from! Lucky for us, there are stars to guide us. Stylish stars, that is. When in doubt or when in a sartorial conundrum, your favorite chic celebrities certainly won’t fail you. Whether it’s styling tips, trend watching, or style inspiration you seek, these celebs have that for you. Just watch how they rock autumn’s hottest trends. You’re sure to learn a thing or two.

Denim Daze

Lily Donaldson’s take on the denim skirt has a definite ’70s feel to it due to the button front. This of-the-moment skirt detail should be one of the pieces you invest in this fall. I love how Lily styles hers simply with a tee, oversized coat, and sleek black booties.

Leather Love

Olivia Munn has the right idea. A great leather jacket, be it motorcycle, bomber, or collarless, will be your best friend during the fall. Drape over your shoulder when styling it with more summery items and this piece will make you look effortlessly cool as you transition from summer to fall. I love how Olivia Munn uses her leather jacket to add a city chic feel to her look.

Sky High

Jessica Alba’s black thigh-high boots are stunning. Her ensemble is proof that the magical powers of a pair of thigh-high boots are incomparable. It just instantly glams up any look. Perfect with mod mini dresses (just like how Alba styled it), layer with tights underneath for those extra chilly days.

Knitty Gritty

Sienna Miller’s coordinating striped knit set is a sight for sore eyes. Say goodbye to the crop top/skirt one-two punch of summer, and say hello to the new trend of matching separates. Knitted matching separates makes for a polished fall look, and each piece can be worn on its own, too. Bonus points for versatility.

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Currently a freelance writer and fashion stylist. Loves coffee, books, whiskey, Breton stripes, and tapas. Dreams of one day being Giovanna Battaglia's best friend.

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