Celebrities are often the ones who try out the latest and most daring fashion before anyone get their hands on it and we always look to them to get fashion tips and inspiration.
Let’s check out how our local celebrities get creative with styling and make the most basic outfits pop like a fashionista.
Jeanette Aw used blue and pink to unify her whole look and we really love her casual slouchy look. Psst, who wants a pair of pastel pink Timberlands too?
A double-breasted cape-dress in moss green and deep red lips showed off Rebecca’s glowing skin.
Jump onto the gingham trend but never stop at black and white because it is boring like that. Learn to add a pop of colour to the outfit like how Peifen did.
A jumpsuit in a flattering cut elongates your silhouette. Go backless for some added sexiness.
Don’t we love Fann’s take on the slouchy suit and how she worked it with a choker and tinted shades?
Bring back the youthful college days with a white tee, black skinnies, and a plaid shirt around your waist. Some trends never die.
We are so used to seeing Tong Bingyu in glamorous gowns that it was a refreshing sight to see her in a rocker chic outfit. Styling tip: Wear interesting patterned socks and show them off.
Julie Tan wore a simple white dress with a low V-neck and we love how she played up the design with a long necklace.
So we want to bid the skinnies goodbye in 2017? Try different cuts like mom jeans, or go flare like Carrie Wong did. A bright red shirt definitely gathered even more attention to her get-up.
Return to the ’80s with Madonna’s iconic conical bras? Jade Seah pulled off the look really well with her statement earrings and mules.
Jean Danker showed us how to do style contrast and still work the outfit. Mix elements like leather and studs with florals for an interesting look.
Since pleats are in this season, we must have an Issey Miyake piece on the list. Dawn Yeoh looked simple yet elegant in this outfit.
If you love leather jackets yet thinks that black is too basic, go for coloured pieces like Kimberly Chia did.