rom the streets to the red carpet, celebs are always showing off an array of fashion options that will leave you spoiled for choice. From intricately woven attire to semi-formal coordinates, the latest celebrity style takes have been bursting with creativity. With another weekend upon us, it’s time to dig into the expert wardrobe archives of these stars we hold in high esteem. These options provide an opportunity to reflect on your style, current fashion trends, the upcoming season, and the corresponding fashion to boot.
By taking the time to make thoughtful decisions about our wardrobe, we can ensure we have a stylish and functional selection of clothing for the days ahead. Once again, we put the spotlight on A-listers with a knack for good fashion to serve as an inspiration for you. With so much variety on display, every girl can find a style that works for her and update it to make it her own. What’s more fun than putting your touch on a look inspired by your favorite celeb?
Check out 10 chic celebrity looks we’re replicating from the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and other events…
#1. Sculptural dress: Anok Yai in Marc Jacobs
At the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar party, all eyes were on top model Anok Yai as she stepped out in a stunning ensemble from Marc Jacobs‘ spring 2023 collection. The red sculptural dress hugged her curves in all the right places, with one of the sleeves slightly off the shoulder, adding a touch of drama to the outfit. Anok exuded an air of sophistication and elegance as she confidently strutted down the red carpet, turning heads with every step. The bold red hue of the dress was the right ally for her skin tone. If “pop, lock, and drop it” is the event’s dress code…say no more.
#2. A breezy set: Sarah Jakes-Robert in Sai Sankoh
Minister Sarah Robert-Jakes posed for the ‘gram wearing a set from Sai Sankoh‘s spring collection. She wore the embellished lavender top and Hera pants from the collection. This outfit is adaptable and can be worn for both casual and formal events depending on how you style it. Thanks to the fringe and sequins details, accessories can be kept at the barest minimum.
#3. Hot Tuxedo Pants: Lilly Singh in Versace
Canadian YouTuber Lilly Singh rocked an orange Versace blazer to the WME Oscar Party, and it was indeed a stylish and eye-catching choice. The combination consisted of a crisp white shirt, black pants, a bold orange Versace jacket, and sturdy-heeled Malone Souliers shoes. The white shirt provided a clean canvas for the rest of the outfit. The black pants were sleek and classic, providing a timeless touch to the entire look. The real standout piece, however, was the bright orange jacket which added a pop of color. Throw in this solid menswear look for your weekend style curation.
#4. A structured white dress: Bresha Webb in Jovana Louis
Bresha made a bold and unforgettable statement at the Essence Luncheon in this Jovana Louis creation–a true showstopper. The one-piece ensemble was divine, featuring a white belted textured weave coat dress that draped perfectly on her frame. The structured shoulder and collars, high-slit and functional pockets on each side sealed the deal.
#5. Sheer asymmetrical skirt and circle top: Jourdan Dunn in Victoria Beckham
Jordan in her Victoria Beckham 2023 spring collection attended the Victoria Beckham womenswear show. The fashion-forward model looked stunning in her head-to-toe Victoria Beckham see-through ensemble. Dunn’s outfit incorporated a daring black barely-there top paired with a black bralette. Her black asymmetrical skirt with a high slit showed off her toned legs. To top it off, she donned a pair of matching leather gloves that gave the outfit a sleek and refined feel. Sheer tights and black heels completed the sultry look. The pure revenge look.
#6. Double denim: Tiwa Savage in Mugler
Self-acclaimed African Bad Girl, Tiwa Savage, has been on a row lately with her style. The star girl showed up at Mugler’s Paris Fashion Week show in a denim and sheer combo from the brand. Savage wore a denim mini-skirt, black corset, denim crop jacket, black tights, and platform heels. She also had on her head a black lace headwrap. It’s been a good year for the Afrobeats star, and denim seems to know this.
#7. Bralette top and jeans: Kelly Rowland in Coût De La Liberté and Lili Blanc
Kelly Rowland‘s out here drinking from a fountain of youth hence, she should be the “Black don’t crack” poster girl. At the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award, Rowland sported a white cutout bralette top, distressed jeans with a wide flare hem, and a sleek leather blazer. She finished the look with a hoop chain choker necklace and bracelet. It’s the hot girl energy for me.
#8. A sheer crop top and long skirt: Zoe Saldana in Cartier and Michael Kors
Zoe Saldana, at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, brought the subtle heat. Her look was soft, yet fierce. Her Cartier Tressage cape top was the epitome of elegance with intricate details that dazzled under the party lights. Paired with a sleek Michael Kors black high-waisted long skirt, Zoe’s frame joined this assemblage in a perfect union. The black clutch bag and heels scurried in and aligned to the goddess energy the actress already exuded. It’s giving Queen energy.
#9. Animal print mini dress: Danielle Deadwyler in Versace
Deadwyler’s glam team should garner their fair share of awards considering the way she’s been slaying in recent times. The talented actress rocked a hot Versace mini dress to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. The animal print sleeveless dress with a huge ruffled bowtie by the side grabbed her silhouette with precision. She topped this fit with a pair of black stilettos and mint-green gloves befitting Oscar’s status.
#10. A draped midi: Amina Muaddi in Loewe
Amina Muaddi wore a lavender ankle-length drape dress to the Neiman Marcus Award. The dress has an ease, which makes it easy to replicate. Its playful and chic attitude heralds it as the wedding guest frock you never knew you needed. To complete the look, Muaddi opted for lavender strap sandal heels that accentuated her flawless legs.
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