Celebrity style has evolved a lot over the past few years. I remember when it was considered industry suicide to even admit you had a stylist (now the stylists are celebs in their own right!) or when best-dressed galleries would only be filled with carefully orchestrated red carpet moments and high-profile celebs daren't touch anything from the high street.
Nowadays, things have eased up a little: We're used to seeing our favourite A-listers post their downtime outfits on Instagram, share candid snaps from their holidays or not be fearful of the fashion police knocking down their door just because they chose to wear—shock, horror—flat shoes, a loose-fitting dress or something that they've been seen in a hundred times before. These are all things that were once derided but are now wholeheartedly celebrated (at least they are within the confines of the Who What Wear UK office, anyway).
So rather than offer you a stream of celebrity outfits you'd never be able to achieve at home, this July, we're providing the coolest, most transferable looks from stylish women across the globe. Whether that's Lily Aldridge wearing a perfect khaki jumpsuit, Stacey Dooley proving that strappy sandals are chic whatever the outfit, or just Margot Robbie doing double denim, these are the outfits we'd wear all the time.
Double denim is always a good idea. When paired with Staud's low wedges and a white T-shirt, it looks even better.
This is quite possibly one of the most perfect khaki jumpsuits we've ever seen. Wear with sandals for summer, but go for the full autumn look à la Lily Aldridge and pair with that Bottega clutch and ankle boots.
We've made no secret of the fact that we're big fans of Stacey Dooley, and once again she proves that she's one to follow when it comes to fashion. Here, she's wearing one of the biggest style hits of the summer—strappy sandals.
This Cynthia Rowley dress is the ideal summer frock and one we'd wear with either heels or sneakers. Also a great dress to wear into autumn with ankle boots.
Update a simple black cardigan and blues with an on-trend bucket hat.
Rosie Hungtinton-Whiteley's minimal wardrobe has got us all talking in the office right now—especially this simple silk dress. If you don't have her budget, fret not, as there are plenty of high-street options.
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Ever wondered how to make a cardigan look good? Alexa solves the conundrum for you: Unbutton it to the middle and wear it over a sweet mini.
Proving what we've all been thinking over the past few weeks, Kourtney Kardashian confirms that flip-flop heels are most definitely a thing.
From the precise shade of pistachio green to the Chanel belt (and shoes) and baggy, high-waisted jeans, this Elsa Hosk look ticks so many boxes.
Margot Robbie, ever the elegant goddess, plays an understated card in this slouchy white co-ord from Derek Lam.
Yes, Leomie Anderson, we do want to wear a skirt suit with sneakers! And we wouldn't mind that Dior bag, either.
Iris Law, daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, has a face, wardrobe and name you need to start appreciating. She's going to be big, and we're already excited about the outfits if this boho look is anything to go by.
Model Jasmine Tookes is in Mexico, and we're living for this tropical Camila Coelho dress and giant sunhat.