Spring has sprung but we're still in a state of wardrobe discontent. While it's wondrous to be able to ditch our tights in favour of open-toed shoes (an impossible prospect just a few weeks back), the weather gods that be are determined to keep us on our toes. Transitional is key, whether that's teaming a nude trench with cropped jeans and a colourful tote, or adding a leather jacket to a retro-style tea dress.
Come see what key trends the stars are working this spring, as celebrities both sides of the pond warm up to the season in style. From the New York chic of Lena Dunham to Gwen Stefani's easygoing West Coast vibe and Kate Moss working layers over in the Cotswolds, there's something here to suit everyone:
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Reese Witherspoon teams a white denim skirt with statement jewellery.
A retro-style tea dress and oversized shopping bag is the way forward for Lena Dunham.
Queen of cool Gwen Stefani opts for a dog-tooth blazer.
Lily Allen is an infusion of spring time colour, from her Chanel tote to her rainbow Snoopy top.
Alexa Chung goes understated with a cream trench, Chanel purse and trainers.
A flash of scarlet does it for Taylor Swift, as the singer colour-coordinates her lipstick to her handbag (with skinny jeans thrown in the mix).
Hilary Duff rocks out with an Iron Maiden tee and grunge-style jeans.
It's a typically laid-back look for Kate Moss.
Julia Roberts' niece Emma Roberts throws on a light summer dress.
Miranda Kerr is all about the stripes.
We're a big fan of Jourdan Dunn's white embroidered top.
Kate Bosworth has jet set chic nailed.
Emmy Rossum's easygoing skater skirt gets nods of approval all round.
Jamie Chung has a lovely combination of neutral spring colours going on here.
Anne Hathaway is transitional to a T in a Burberry coat and roll-up jeans.
Rita Ora is typically flamboyant in Dolce & Gabbana Sicilian floral boots and a trilby.
Denise Van Outen
Denise Van Outen works a nude vibe, from her flats to her lightweight spring coat.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker may not be as adventurous as her alter ego Carrie Bradshaw, but she sure knows how to layer - with crop jeans, a leopard print coat and scarf.
Fearne Cotton jazzes up her chunky knit top and stonewash jeans with a kooky shoes-handbag combo.
A nod to January Jones for making white jeans look just right.
Jessica Alba looks great in a mere whiff of flared jeans.
Helena Bonham Carter
It's spring florals gone indie for Helena Bonham Carter; the perfect festival vibe.
Top marks go to Rose McGowan for this polka dot blouse and shorts ensemble.
Rumer Willis has a throwback vibe going on with her strappy top and floral maxi skirt.
Why, hi there Mena Suvari. She's Parisian elegance with a slogan tee edge.