Casual dressing ideas from stylish celebrities.
In desperate need of some outfit of the day inspiration? We feel your pain.
There's no denying that for many of us uniform dressing is dangerously alluring and, truth be told, getting creative with our daily look falls to the bottom of the priorities list when we have to worry about getting to the office with time to spare to grab our coffee fix.
So if you're in a dressing rut, get a shot of inspiration from these impeccably dressed A-listers out and about. And, to take the hassle out of recreating the look, we've tracked down high street versions of our favourite items so you can get the look even if you don't have the megastar budget.
Elevate your knitwear with a statement sleeve. It will add instant interest to a neutral everyday look, but it’s also dressy enough to style up for the evening.
Try this Black Tiered Sleeve Jumper, £19.99 from newlook.com
A white coat looks effortlessly elegant worn over an all black outfit. Keep the contrast running throughout the look by pairing a ladylike handbag and sharp sunnies with a pair of chunky trainers.
Try this Straight Pocketed Coat, £89.99 from mango.com
Keep the chill at bay in a classic, navy, double-breasted coat. Pair it with matching hues for a timeless take on the monochrome trend.
Try this Navy Double Breasted Dolly Duster Coat, £60 from dorothyperkins.com
Beat the back-to-work blues with a sharp new look. An oversized blazer will lend a polished edge to the cosy knits you‘re not ready to leave behind, while a pair of white shoes are the blank slate a new year needs.
Amber Le Bon
A few staple accessories can take your wardrobe basics to the next level with minimum effort. A neckerchief and hoop earrings add just the right amount of polish, while a pair of coordinated kicks tie the whole look together.
Rich hues and sumptuous fabrics are the highlights of autumn/winter dressing so why not combine the two with a pair of velvet, burgundy trousers. Take them from desk to dinner with a coordinated lip, statement earrings and a metallic heel or keep it casual with a cosy knit and ankle boots.
Try this Cotton Rich Velvet Slim Leg Trousers, £35 from marksandspencer.com
Statement outerwear can transform even the most basic of basics – perfect for travelling or lazy weekend days. A pair of oversized sunglasses and a structured tote will add just enough polish to an otherwise slouchy look, while layered necklaces provide the perfect finishing touch.
Try this Striped Belt Trench, £59.99 from mango.com
Not one for the faint-hearted, red leather trousers pack a serious sartorial punch. Pair with a black shirt and heels à la Jourdan Dunn for maximum impact, or opt for a cosy knit and trainers to soften the look.
Try this Faux Leather Trousers, £17.99 from bershka.com
Play with proportions by pairing an oversized coat with a minidress. Opt for flat shoes and minimal accessories for a perfectly balanced androgynous look.
Try this Long Bonded Swing Coat, £89 from warehouse.co.uk
The chunky knit and midi skirt combo is set to be a standout trend for the season ahead, so jump on board with a checked number that would win OP’s approval.
Try this Checked Wrap-style Midi Skirt, £49.99 from zara.com
A timeless classic that will solve many a wardrobe dilemma, the black jumpsuit is the modern answer to the LBD. Statement gold jewels add a touch of glamour, while a pair of suede ankle boots keep the look grounded for daytime.
Try this Sleeveless jumpsuit, £34.99 from hm.com
A statement rainbow knit is guaranteed to brighten up a dreary morning. Pair with a classic checked coat to balance out the look in style.
Try this Glittery striped sweater, £25 from monki.com
Borrow from the boys and don an oversized blazer with your wardrobe staples – we recommend shopping in the men’s section for that extra boxy fit. A pair of stilettos add the perfect contrast and pastels are sticking around for autumn/winter so go all out with those ice-cream hues.
Contrast a ladylike pencil skirt with an oversized bomber jacket in a matching hue. If socks and heels are too far from your comfort zone, a pair of coordinating ankle boots will look just as good.
Update your denim for the new season with a pair of high-waisted, straight leg jeans. A camisole top and statement earrings will take the look from day to night – just throw on a chunky cardigan until it’s time to hit the bar.
Try this Ash Wide Leg Jeans, £60 from asos.com
A long-sleeved floral dress in autumnal hues makes transitional dressing a breeze. From trainers to ankle boots, sunnies to cosy knits, take your pick of your wardrobe staples to style according to the weather.
Try this Glamorous Shirt Dress, £42 from very.co.uk
Elevate a simple jeans and tee look with a couple of well chosen accessories. Leopard-print slides will look effortlessly chic into early autumn, while a red cross-body bag will be your go-to year round.
Rich, tactile textures lend a sophisticated edge to a pair of dungarees, especially in a deep, moody hue. Pair with a crisp white top for that killer contrast.
Try this Corduroy dungarees, £49.99 from Mango
A pair of classic white kicks make a statement mini dress work by day. Opt for a vintage-inspired number and keep the rest of your look sleek and simple.
Try this Superga 2750, £65 from Superga.co.uk
Take a statement skirt from day to night with a few well-chosen pairings. A co-ordinated crew neck tee keeps things casual, while a silky cami will add some evening drama.
Try this Glamorous Mini Skirt In Metallic Brocade, £32 from ASOS
A classic black blazer lends a polished finish to a casual jeans and tee pairing. Opt for a slogan T-shirt to balance out the more serious outerwear.
Try this Basic Blazer, £29.99 from Zara
As temperatures start to cool, a knitted tank makes the perfect transitional top to pair with your favourite denim and loafers. Finish the look with a sleek cross-body bag for enviably chic off-duty style.
Try this Ribbed Mock Neck Top, £11 from Forever 21
Skinny jeans with a buttoned-up shirt is a classic look that can do no wrong – just add a leather biker jacket for cooler days.
Try this Pull&Bear Premium Leather Biker Jacket, £89.99 from ASOS
While we love a monochrome look, sometimes you just need a little colour. A tan jacket provides the perfect pop without stepping outside of your neutral palette.
Try this Tan double zip faux suede biker jacket, £60 from River Island
From beach to bar, an off-the-shoulder maxi dress is a summer must-have. Embrace the bohemian spirit and wear it with voluminous curls, oversized hoops and gladiator sandals, or dress it up for an occasion with heels and a structured clutch.
Try this Goldie Off The Shoulder Maxi Dress In Floral Print, £35 from ASOS
Make mornings a breeze with tonal dressing; just pick a colour and run with it. Mix it up with various tones, textures and patterns but keep the rest of your look simple.
Try this Tailored A-Line Mini Skirt, £18 from ASOS
A pair of white dungarees pops against a long-sleeved dark tee. Keep the rest of your look simple with neutral accessories and delicate gold jewels.
Try this Robin Distressed Denim Dungaree Shorts, £18 from Boohoo
Sometimes less really is more. A classic white crew neck tee and cut-off denim shorts are a timeless combination that never fails; pair with statement sunnies and chunky sandals for an effortlessly chic look.
Try this High Waist Denim Shorts, £25 from Monki
Whether you throw on jeans and a tee or opt for a feminine co-ord, a pair of statement tassel earrings will add just the right amount of drama to an understated look.
Try this Tassels Pendant Earrings, £12.99 from Mango
Take a break from boho and smarten-up your summer wardrobe with a classic navy, double-breasted blazer, like Poppy Delevingne’s Ralph Lauren number. It makes for an unexpected yet chic look when paired with a minidress and sandals.
Try this Double-breasted Jacket, £59.99 from Zara
Chloë Grace Moretz
Do off-duty blues without your favourite denim; tailored chambray trousers make a chic alternative paired with a graphic tee and slides.
Try this Avery-Fit Chambray Linen-Blend Pant, £32.99 from Banana Repulic
Whether you’re stuck in the city or off to warmer climes, the basket bag is a summer must-have. Opt for an embellished style to add an extra pop of colour to your looks.
Try this Penny Raffia Bag, £29 from Shoeaholics
Give your gym gear a chance to shine by tucking a sporty jacket into a leather mini for the ultimate in sports-luxe chic.
Try this Sporty Zip Jacket, £45 from & Other Stories
Go back to (style) school in a crisp button-up and pleated miniskirt. Pair with statement gold hoops, a red lip and a dose of attitude to keep the look from being overly twee.
Try this Pleated Mini Skirt with Sports Tipped Waistband, £22 from ASOS
Get back to basics in a graphic T-shirt, black skinnies and white kicks. Tie the tee into a knot and accessorise with a pair of statement cat-eye sunnies to bring the look up-to-date for summer ‘17.
Try this Merci Graphic Print T-Shirt, £15 from Topshop
Sometimes the smallest details have the greatest impact, and a few shiny buttons adorning your denim take a simple blouse and jeans combo up a notch. Finish the look with timeless black accessories for effortless elegance.
Try this MOTO Indigo Button Front Straight Leg Jeans, £45 from Topshop
A white broderie dress will be your wardrobe saviour this summer, whether at home or away. Pair it with flat sandals for a weekend barbecue or opt for wedge espadrilles to take it into the evening.
Try this Lace Midi Dress, £44.40 from Abercrombie & Fitch
Dress up your denim with a statement blouse in this season’s favourite print. Shoulder-dusting earrings and embellished sandals elevate the feminine glamour, while frayed jeans keep the look balanced.
Try this Gingham Wrap Blouse, £28 from Miss Selfridge
A pair of espadrille flatforms lend a modern edge to a classic white lace blouse and jeans combo. Finish the look with your favourite basket bag for an outfit that screams summer, even when the weather doesn’t.
Try this Wendy Bow Wedges, £42 from Topshop
Head-to-toe colour is hot news this summer and it’s an easy way to make a big statement. The key to keeping it chic is minimal accessorising, so opt for nude shoes and leave your jewellery at home.
Get that holiday feeling by wearing your most summery tops with your favourite jeans for a day around town, but skip the sandals and opt for a pair of closed-toe shoes for a more polished finish.
Try this Nobody's Child Off The Shoulder Top In Stripe, £25 from ASOS
Whether paired with trainers for running around town or sandals for balmy evenings spent al fresco, a breezy maxi dress is a summer wardrobe staple. Opt for a vintage-inspired monochrome, polka dot number for a look that will never go out of style.
A few key pieces can take your wardrobe basics to the next level. An embroidered bomber jacket pops against a black and white breton; take a cue from OP and push up your sleeves to show off those stripes.
Get set for rising temperatures with chic summer separates. A pair of high-waisted shorts are the perfect antidote to floaty, feminine blouses; ideal for a day in the office.
Try this Linea Lillia City Shorts, £39 from House of Fraser
A simple striped dress is a spring to summer wardrobe staple. It looks equally chic worn with black ballet pumps and oversized sunnies for the city, or tan sandals and a basket bag for far-flung adventures.
Try this Striped Cotton Dress, £29.99 from Mango
Luxe fabrics add understated glamour to head-to-toe neutrals. Slip on a velvet camisole with a pair of tailored trousers and finish with an oversized coat or blazer for an enviably chic look.
Try this Crushed Velvet Strappy Top, £9.99 from H&M
If all-over pattern isn’t for you, a pair of heels is an easy way to tap into this season’s gingham trend. Style them with frayed-hem denim and a grey knit for effortless off-duty style, or pair with cropped black trousers and a white shirt for a simple but chic workwear look.
Try this Black Gingham Block Heel Sandals, £45 from River Island
Contrast is key to killer style so give your trainers a break and elevate your off-duty look with a pair of ladylike slingback shoes.
Try this Toe cap Slingback Ballerina Shoes, £29 from Accessorize
If you don’t have a colourful maxi dress in your wardrobe, now is the time to add one. Whether you pair it with boots and a floor-length coat for chillier days or sandals and a leather jacket when the sun is out, it’s guaranteed to make an instant sartorial statement.
Try this Nichole Tie Neck Printed Maxi Dress, £10 from Boohoo.com
Blue and white stripes may be a perennial spring favourite, but they feel fresh when paired with metallic accents. Whether it’s buttons, embroidery or a pair of gold shoes, a touch of sparkle really elevates this look.
Try this OVS Blazer, £44.99 from Zalando
If you’re not ready to leave winter monochromes behind, embrace the arrival of spring by rolling up your hems and slipping on a pair of red suede shoes.
Try this Suede Look Ballet Pumps, £19 from La Redoute
A red jumpsuit for a daytime look? Why not?! Throw on a leather biker jacket and some block heel ankle boots, slick your hair back and you’ll be ready for business.
Try this Fashion Union Ruffle Sleeve Jumpsuit, £32 from ASOS
Statement accessories are the key to elevated style. A pair of leopard ankle boots will instantly transform your wardrobe basics into a stylish ensemble, while a beret adds just the right amount of Parisian flair.
Invest in a camel blazer for a timeless spring cover-up. Follow Victoria Beckham’s lead and pair it with tailored separates, or keep it casual with your favourite breton and denim.
Try this Structured Cotton Blazer, £59.99 from Mango
A red floral dress makes a stylish statement with minimum effort. Wear it with ankle boots and a parka for cooler days and swap in simple sandals when the weather allows.
Try this Red Spot Floral Tea Dress, £32 from Topshop
Head-to-toe tailoring takes on a relaxed edge when paired with a graphic tee and box-fresh kicks. A tousled ‘do and statement earrings add just enough casual glamour to complete the look.
Add some boudoir glamour to your off-duty look by pairing a silky kimono with your favourite denim. Layer with a turtleneck until the weather warms up and swap in a simple cami on warmer days.
Try this Printed Kimono, £69.99 from Zara
Lighten up your wardrobe without losing warmth by swapping your dark neutrals for pastel hues. Tuck a pink turtleneck knit into washed straight-leg jeans and you’re good to go.
Try this Ava Turtleneck Rib Bodysuit, £12 from Boohoo.com
Put your best foot forward in a pair of mirror-finish heeled ankle boots. They might not be the first thing that comes to mind for daily dressing, but they look effortlessly cool when you keep the rest of your look casual.
Try this MIMOSA Metallic Ankle Boots, £65 from Topshop
When the winter wardrobe fatigue takes its toll, start looking to spring for your style inspiration. A pleated midi skirt works for cooler weather when paired with a cosy knit and will be your go-to item as the weather warms up.
Try this Anna Field Pleated Skirt, £32.99 from Zalando
Elevate your ‘jeans and a tee’ look with this season’s must-have logo T-shirt. A tailored coat and kitten-heel ankle boots will add low-key polish to the otherwise casual ensemble, while a pair of trainers will make for perfect off-duty style.
Try this Logo T-Shirt, £45 from Calvin Klein
A pair of check trousers will add instant interest to a monochrome look.
Try this Check Mensy Trousers, £39 from topshop.com
A khaki jacket makes the perfect pairing for spring florals. Opt for a light style which can be layered under a coat until the weather warms up.
Try this Cotton-Twill Structured Shirt, £65 from & Other Stories
Co-ordinated details elevate a simple outfit and ensure a polished finish to the look. Pair a relaxed knit with matching trousers and you’ll be good to go.
Try this V by Very Red Piping Side Stripe Jogger, £28 from Very
Get a head start on spring with the new colour-blocking trend. Victoria Beckham’s sky blue shirt makes a bold contrast against the bright orange trousers, but the relaxed tailoring ensures the finished look is perfectly chic.
Try this Basic Plain Loose Wide Leg Trousers, £49 from La Redoute
Play with texture and print to take your wardrobe staples from basic to brilliant. A soft, breton T-shirt is the perfect antidote to a smart, checked jacket, while a pair of red leather ankle boots add just the right amount of colour.
Try this ALDO Aravia Leather Heeled Ankle boots, £56 from ASOS
Give your jeans a break and slip into a pair of statement gingham trousers. Patent ankle boots accentuate the vintage vibes, while simple black heels will take you from desk to dinner.
Try this Black gingham Molly trouser, £30 from River Island
Layer, layer, layer = our winter motto. While you can’t go wrong with black and grey, a pop of colour and print will add interest to a bundled-up look. Try lending a playful edge to a smart, tailored coat with a pastel pink hoodie and hint of leopard print.
Try this Hockerton Hoodie, £24.95 from Jack Wills
Brighten up your winter wardrobe with a statement white maxi dress. The high neck and ribbed texture will keep you cosy while making a feature of your favourite floor-length coat.
Try this Club L Knitted High Neck Rib Maxi Dress, £8 from ASOS
A white shirt feels fresh after all the festive sparkle. Button all the way up and pair with flat over-the-knee boots for a stylish look that shows you mean business.
Try this New fitted boyfriend oxford shirt, £29.95 from GAP
A red bag will add interest to the simplest of looks but it really makes a statement when paired with leopard print.
Try this Dune Handheld Bag, £40 from ASOS
Ease your way into the new year with chic pyjama style. A head-to-look will make a statement while keeping you comfy, while a silky, double-breasted blouse paired with skinny jeans makes for a more subtle take on the trend.
Try this Premium Longline Double Breasted Pyjama Blouse, £38 from ASOS
A black and white star-print dress will see you through the festive season and beyond. Style it for any occasion with over-the-knee boots, some killer heels or even your favourite trainers.
Try this Star Print Flippy Hem Dress, £49 from Warehouse
A killer pair of shoes can transform even the most basic wardrobe. Try a pair of tan over-the-knee boots for an added pop of colour to an otherwise monochrome look.
Try this Stretch high-heel over-the-knee boots, £45.95 from Zara
Inject a dose of glamour into your daytime look with a black, silky blazer. Pair with a skinny scarf and leather trousers for effortlessly cool off-duty style, and keep a pair of heels handy for after dark.
Try this Missguided Premium Satin Double Breasted Blazer, £32 from ASOS
A cream, ribbed turtleneck knit will take you from work to weekend. Pair with statement tailored trousers for a cosy office look or your favourite denim for Sunday brunch.
Try this Freedom Fringe Jumper, £42 from French Connection
Make a cosy aviator jacket your go-to outerwear for off-duty dressing. Size up for extra slouch à la Rihanna.
Try this Faux Shearling Biker Jacket, £79 from Topshop
Elevate a casual look with metallic highlights. A single statement earring adds a fashionable edge to a classic black turtleneck while a metal-trimmed belt is the perfect partner for high-waisted jeans.
Try this Silver Globe Pendant Earrings, £18 from & Other Stories
A pair of white heels will add an unexpected finish to your winter look. Wear with knitted midi dresses for the office or with cropped denim for chic off-duty style.
Try this Leather mid-heel shoes, £55.99 from Zara
A soft knit in winter white layered with a cream scarf makes for a luxuriously chic look. Black accessories pop against the soft tones and frayed denim adds the perfect finish.
Try this Luxe Cashmere Flute Sleeve Jumper, £95 from Topshop
Add some festive sparkle to your everyday look in a black star-print midi dress. Pair with low-heeled ankle boots and tousled tresses for effortless glamour.
Try this Black metallic star print T-shirt dress, £45 from River Island
Make a statement in a bright yellow knit. Wear it to the office with tailored separates or keep it casual with your favourite blue denim.
Try this River Island long sleeve jumper, £38 from Very.co.uk
Add a pop of colour to grey days with a coral bomber jacket. The perfect accompaniment to jeans and a tee, just make sure you layer to keep the chill at bay!
Try this Quilted Bomber Jacket, £28 from Forever 21
Take your cue from Kate Moss and pair leather shorts with a cosy knit. Flats or trainers are all you need to finish the look for daytime, while a pair of heels will add some glamour when darkness falls.
Try this Faux Leather Shorts, £39 from La Redoute
Put your best foot forward in a red-trimmed military coat. Keep the rest of your look simple with a pair of black skinnies and a cosy knit.
Try this Military Knit Coat, £99.99 from Zara
A statement coat will transform your basics into a standout look. Keep everything else neutral and allow the bold pattern to shine.
Try this Mid-Length Oversized Checked Coat, £115 from La Redoute
Earn instant style points and stay cosy in an on-trend aviator jacket. Pair with washed black denim and a hoodie for NYC cool or leather skinnies and a cosy knit for a more polished look.
Try this Black Shearling Aviator Jacket, £85 from River Island
Tackle 9-9 dressing with a simple black T-shirt dress under a maxi-coat. Wear with flats for day and slip into a pair of heels for some evening glamour.
Try this Short Sleeve Oversized T-shirt Dress, £22 from Missguided
A coloured coat will make getting dressed on chilly mornings a breeze. Add a little personality to your office attire or pair with navy trousers and white kicks for smart-causal chic.
Try this Blue Longline Coat, £34.99 from New Look
Simple autumnal dressing is all about killer accessories. A pair of black, patent ankle boots add instant polish and just enough edge to an all-denim outfit, but they'll look equally chic with a floral midi dress.
Try this Patent Heeled Ankle Boots, £40 from Missguided
A velvet duster coat and over-the-knee suede boots elevate a chunky grey knit to luxurious heights. For everyday wear, ensure the jumper skims the top of your boots, or layer in a pair of black skinnies.
Try this Emilia Pleated Crushed Velvet Duster, £18 from Boohoo.com
Don’t shy away from one of this season’s biggest trends; vinyl is easier to wear than you think. Try a pair of wet-look trousers with a casual checked coat or a soft, slouchy knit.
Try this Skinny Trousers with Wet Look Front, £28 from ASOS
Ensure you look chic on the go by making a feature of your coat rather than treating it as an afterthought. A pale grey tailored style pops against a navy blue knitted dress and is the perfect partner for a pair of box-fresh white trainers.
Try this Grey Longline Coat, £34.99 from New Look
Re-invent summer's classic print for autumn with a tailored shirt dress. Styled with a chunky black waist belt and studded black flats, gingham shakes off its feminine persona for perfectly androgynous style.
Try this Lazy Oaf Shirt Smock Dress, £70 from ASOS
For a bohemian take on autumn's cosy knits, pair an Aztec print cardigan with cropped denim. Keep the look modern by accessorising with dainty gold jewellery and a pair of chic black loafers.
Try this Aztec Border Print Cardigan, £16 from George
While the buttoned-up cardi look doesn't scream relaxed weekend style, forget the pearls and pair a fun, embellished number with straight-leg denim and leopard print flats for killer off-duty dressing.
Revamp your 'jeans and a tee' look with a few well-selected wardrobe basics. Opt for straight leg, cropped denim to keep things on trend and finish off with a collection of gold necklaces.
Try this Authentic 1969 Real Straight Jeans, £44.95 from Gap
Refresh your well-worn denim mini by layering over a longline white shirt. Pair with an oversized cardi and calf-length boots to keep the chill at bay.
Try this Vila Winther Stripe Long Shirt, £16 from ASOS
Sarah Jessica Parker
Autumn dressing is all about layering. Take a leaf out of SJP's book and throw a grey knit over a casual jumper.
Try this Fine-Knit Jumper, £14.99 from hm.com
A v-neck navy knit is a wardrobe staple at this time of year but a flash of colour around the neckline transforms it into a standout piece. Throw on with denim for an effortless weekend look or dress it up with smart separates for the office.
Try this Ribbed V-Neck Jumper, £19 from La Redoute
Take on the unpredictable autumn weather with a stylish, lightweight knit. Tick off multiple trends with a pointelle, cold-shoulder, ruffled number: an instant outfit-maker that'll look just as good with a midi skirt as your favourite skinnies.
Try this Jumper in Pointelle with Ruffle Cold Shoulder, £30 from ASOS
The smallest details can elevate wardrobe basics into an iconic piece and this season's loafer-style ankle boot hits the spot. Pair with high waisted denim and a black tee for an effortless on-trend look.
Try this Maximum Fringe Loafer Boots, £82 from Topshop
An uber-feminine satin midi dress looks effortlessly cool worn with a pair of chunky lace-up ankle boots. Follow Alexa's lead and pair with a leather jacket or throw on an oversized knit to keep things cosy.
Try this Dr Martens Modern Classics 1460 Patent 8-Eye Boots, £90 from ASOS
For maximum style points with minimum effort, opt for a pair of statement white sunglasses worn with a black roll-neck knit. Throw on your favourite denim and white trainers and you're good to go.
Try this Jeepers Peepers Vintage Style Cat Eye Sunglasses, £14 from ASOS
Stomp into autumn in a pair of killer lace-up ankle boots. Keep it casual with cropped denim or add edge to a floral midi, either way they'll be your hardest working shoe this season.
Try this Lace-up High Heel Ankle Boots, £55.99 from Zara
A bright red wrap coat will keep you warm on gloomy mornings while making a bold sartorial statement. Pair with blue denim and white kicks for the weekend or opt for clashing prints to jazz up your office look.
Try this Kate Belted Shawl Collar Coat, £20 from Boohoo.com
A perennial favourite, the khaki jacket really comes into its own for autumn. Pair with a white tee and leather skinnies for a polished, casual look or add a little feminine flair with a floral dress.
Try this Oversized Shacked, £45 from Topshop
An embroidered shirt is a failsafe way to tap into this season's hottest trend. Pair with rich autumnal hues and leather trousers for an effortlessly cool look.
Try this Embroidered Poplin Shirt, £29.99 from Zara
Belts are back and better than before. Opt for a statement number with gold hardware to transform your basics into an on-trend look.
Try this Statement Buckle Waist Belt, £55 from Whistles
Get a head start on autumn's velvet trend with a pleated midi skirt. The feminine style looks effortlessly chic when paired with an oversized white shirt for day, and it will be your new go-to for a night out.
Try this Velvet Pleat Midi, £55 from Topshop
Update your LBD for the new season with a high-neck velvet number. Throw on a tweed blazer to tap into another of autumn's hottest trends or pair with sky-high heels for chic evening look.
Try this Brave Soul Black Velvet Funnel Neck Dress, £24.99 from New Look
A knitted tank top is the perfect transeasonal piece to see you through the season in style. Add instant interest to your wardrobe basics or pair with printed separates for a statement look. When temperatures drop, layer over roll neck tops or a crisp white shirt.
Try this Sweater Fringe Tank, £26.40 from Abercrombie & Fitch
Transform an elegant all white ensemble with unexpected accessories. A brightly coloured patchwork bag pops against the blank canvas and a pair of jewelled slip-on trainers lend a nonchalant feel to the look.
Update your weekend wardrobe with a pair of high-waisted, wide-leg, cropped jeans. Paired with a breton tee and some simple black sandals, it's casual chic done to perfection.
Try this Cropped Wide Leg Jeans, £40 from Topshop
Add some grown-up glamour to a relaxed outfit by opting for soft tailoring in a monochrome palette. Finish off with a pair of bold, statement sunnies to give the look a little edge.
Try this Le Specs Black Matte Wayfarer Sunglasses, £22 from brandoutlet.com
Add a pop of colour to neutral hues with a pair of rich, jewel-toned, velvet ankle boots. The luxurious texture is a key trend for autumn and will work with everything from a LBD to your favourite denim.
Try this Burgundy Ariana Velvet Boots, £45 from Dorothy Perkins
It's time to pack away your pom-pom embellished gladiators and that oversized straw hat, but keep your summer dresses to hand and take them into the new season with a pair of grey over-the-knee boots.
Try this Grey Lace Up Knee High Boot, £55 from Wallis
Ease into autumn with summer's silhouette in neutral hues. A khaki playsuit layered over a white round-neck tee looks effortlessly chic when paired with a choker and a berry lip.
Try this Khaki Twill Pinafore Playsuit, £6 from New Look
A statement shirt with over-the-top flared sleeves will transform your favourite denim in an instant. Up the glamour in jewelled pumps à la Rihanna or keep things cool in a pair of classic white kicks.
Try this Ellie Flare Blouse, £68 from storets.com
As summer days draw to a close, there's no need to leave bright colours behind. A zesty orange crossbody bag and co-ordinated court shoes put a playful spin on a preppy denim look that is perfect for "back-to-school" style.
Make like royalty in a little red dress that will add a pop of personality to your working wardrobe. Keep things simple with nude accessories or go all out and opt for a bold clashing hue.
Try this Double Layer Textured Mini Wiggle Dress, £40 from ASOS
As OP knows, attention to detail is the key to elevated style. A pop of leopard print really packs a punch when paired with a bright handbag and sunshine yellow flats.
Try this Poplin Shirt, £25.99 from Zara
Flashing your bronzed abs in the airport is a decidedly “yep, I’m a supermodel” look, but a pair of wide-legged palazzo pants like Karlie’s will flatter everyone – and they’re far more comfortable than skinnies for a long-haul flight.
Try this Super High Waist Trouser with Wide Leg, £30 from ASOS
A soft pink kimono adds a touch of boudoir glamour to a simple black summer dress. Retro sunnies and a dainty gold necklace are all you need to complete the look.
Try this Somedays Lovin Lace Kimono, £78 from shoptiques.com
Pair a simple white tee with monochrome, graphic sunglasses for effortlessly cool summer style.
Try this Even&Odd Sunglasses, £4.95 from Zalando
Textured fabrics add interest to a monochrome look. Pair a linen tee with a delicate midi skirt and finish with a pair of killer sunnies.
Try this White Leaf Lace Full Skirt, £25 from Dorothy Perkins
A pair of monochrome toe-capped heels will add instant chic to your basics. Wear with matching striped accessories or a classic breton tee to accentuate the look.
Try this Office Meow Toe Cap Sandals, £45 from House of Fraser
Make your holiday wardrobe work overtime with clever accessorising. A classic snakeskin bag will transform your look from beach-ready to city chic.
Try this Bailey & Quinn Grey Snakeskin Print Bag, £66 from Debenhams
Tuck a ditsy floral print blouse into high-waisted cut-offs and pair with white high-tops for a preppy take on summer's boho dressing.
Try this Ditsy Floral Top, £35 from Warehouse
Unexpected accessories will transform your basics. Punctuate a neutral look with a pair of yellow loafers for added flair.
Try this Dotty Slipper Cut Loafers, £41 from Office
It might be a staple in your holiday wardrobe but that's no reason not to rock your straw hat everyday. Pair with a bright dress and statement shades for laid-back yet polished summer style.
Try this Eliza Stitch Ribbon Straw Fedora, £7 from boohoo.com
Dress up your denim cut-offs with an oversized boyfriend blazer for an effortlessly cool look that's just perfect for a weekend brunch date.
Try this Jersey Boyfriend Jacket, £39 from Topshop
Add interest to a casual look with unexpected accessories. A pair of blue velvet ankle boots are the right side of offbeat when worn with a tan suede jacket and denim cut-offs.
Try this Daisy Street Velvet Point Heeled Ankle Boots, £32.99 from ASOS
Classic loafers add polish to any look but a chunky-soled style works particularly well with a laid-back grungy outfit.
Try this Clarks Griffin Milly Loafers, £45 from John Lewis
Take your monochrome look to the next level with a pop of red. Wear a pattered shirt left undone over a simple tee and slick on some matching lippy.
Try this La Petite Francaise Shirt, £24.26 from Mon Showroom
Add edge to a pretty smock dress with statement shades and chunky ankle boots.
Try this Mirrorwork Beach Dress, £49 from Miss Selfridge
Don't let the changeable weather stop you from rocking your little white dress. Pair with ankle boots and throw a cosy jacket over your shoulders for a look that works whatever the forecast.
Try this Cami Dress With Button Front, £20 from ASOS
Shed the layers and show off your shoulders in a pair of wide-leg dungarees. Wear with platform wedges and a tan tote bag for 70s-inspired style.
Try this Bright Blue Denim Wide Leg Dungarees, £25 from River Island
Leave your old hoodie at home and opt for an oversized logo sweatshirt for a look that's cosy and chic.
Try this Calvin Klein Long Sleeve Reissue Crew Neck Logo Sweatshirt, £90 from House of Fraser
Camo print adds instant cool to any look. Pair with an oversized denim jacket and lace-up kicks for effortlessly chic style.
Try this BDG Khaki Camo T-shirt Dress, £36 from Urban Outfitters
Tackle the changeable weather with nude layers that will protect you from the elements while keeping the look seasonally appropriate. Throw an oversized blazer over a ribbed crop top and pair with your favourite distressed jeans.
Add a pop of colour to your workwear with a pair of bright red, heeled sandals. Tailored separates in classic colours will ensure the look is office-appropriate.
Try this Guest List Party Heel, £29 from Nasty Gal
Put a khaki shirt-jacket over head-to-toe black for a killer outfit that you can throw on in five minutes. Simple, but oh-so chic.
Try this Authentic Washed Shackett, £39 from Topshop
Smarten up your skinny jeans by leaving the sandals behind and opting for a pair of lace-up, peep-toe, suede booties. Wear with a loose, white blouse for a perfectly polished, casual look.
Try this Tan Lace Up Boots, £39 from Dorothy Perkins
Update the classic summer combo of white and navy by pairing cropped cigarette trousers with box-fresh white kicks.
Try this Linen Cigarette Trousers with Belt, £25 from ASOS
A white, floaty, strapless top might be your go-to for garden BBQs and sunny days in the park, but paired with skinny jeans and a structured tote it makes a killer look perfect for a day around town.
Try this Embroidered Top, £39.99 from Zara
A thigh-high split-leg black jumpsuit might not be an obvious choice for a daytime look, but if you keep the neckline demure and pair with flats you'll have summer in the city style nailed.
Try this Nostalgia Split Leg Jumpsuit, £34.99 from In The Style
A high neck floral maxi dress will see you through summer. Pair with sandals for a classic look or try a statement shoe for an unexpected finish.
Try this Voulez Vous Black Maxi Dress, £30 from Dorothy Perkins
Opt for a crochet cami over wide leg cropped denim and pair with a bright red lip for a modern take on a vintage look.
Try this Stripe Crochet Cami Top, £24 from Dorothy Perkins
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Frayed hem miniskirts are back. Bring the style up-to-date by wearing with a graphic tee and lace-up kicks for weekend wear perfection.
Try this Blue Fray Hem Denim Skirt, £17.99 from New Look
You can't beat a crisp white shirt paired with skinny jeans, but you can freshen up the look by opting for an off-the-shoulder style.
Try this Pure Cotton Cold Shoulder Loose Fit Top, £35 from Marks and Spencer
Add a playful touch to an edgy all-leather look with a retro T-shirt.
Try this Power Rangers Logo Four Heads Megazord Official Ladies T-shirt, £19.99 from Play
Earn instant style points by popping a lace bralet over a white tee.
Try this Pretty Black Lace Scalloped Bra, £22 from Urban Outfitters
Pair an A-line denim midi-skirt with a simple white tee and matching loafers for an effortless spring look.
Try this Levi's Midi Button Through Denim Skirt, £65 from Very
A cropped denim jumpsuit and espadrille sandals work for the city when paired with a black blazer.
Try this Strappy Culotte Jumpsuit, £55 from Warehouse
A printed scarf tied at the neck will instantly elevate a casual look.
Try this Black Polka Dot Stripe Bandana Neckerchief, £4.99 from New Look
Amp up the blues in a double denim look by draping a navy duster coat over your shoulders.
Try this Linen Duster Coat in Navy, £79 from Warehouse
Add interest to a basic denim look by swapping a plain tee for a boho top. Pair with skinny jeans now and cut-offs later.
Try this Crochet Gauze Top, £23 from Forever 21
A structured straw bag is an easy way to bring a summery vibe to your everyday look.
Try this Ollie & Nic Sao Paulo Monochrome Basket Bag, £36 from House of Fraser
Pair a white shirt with black wide-leg trousers featuring a white stripe at the sides for a modern take on tailoring.
Try this Black Side Stripe Wide Trousers, £40 from River Island
Add a pop of colour with a bright shoulder bag to break up a double denim look.
Try this Red Shoulder Bag, £45 from Zatchels
A black midi-dress and leather jacket are the perfect way to do spring in the city.
Try this Midi Slip Dress, £25 from ASOS
Toughen up summer whites with black suede ankle boots. Ensure they don't look out of place by opting for a perforated style rather than heavy winter wear.
Try this Black Suede Perforated Peep Toe Booties, £84.99 from TOMS