Venice Film Festival is unrivalled when it comes to style, and with the annual event well under way, we're turning to some of the impeccably dressed A-list guests for some much-needed outfit inspiration. As ever, there's a number of incredible looks that have caught our eye, both on and off the red carpet. From Kate Bosworth's beautiful scoop-neck embellished Miu Miu frock that's made us totally rethink our approach to party dressing to Kristen Wiig's ladylike two-piece in this season's chicest print, here's our rundown of the looks we want to steal from Venice's waterways. Keep scrolling to see what Kate Bosworth, Chloë Sevigny, and more are wearing.
Style Notes: Kate Bosworth is never one to shy away from a new trend. In fact, the 34-year-old rarely puts a foot wrong, and we're forever taking styling tips from her enviable wardrobe. Today's look of choice? The maximalist minidress. How best to offset such a statement ensemble? Keep your accessories simple, and finish with a sleek topknot.
Style Notes: Head-to-toe print will always get you noticed, and who better to convince us of just how wearable this look can be but Kristen Wiig? Be sure to take your cue from Kristen by sticking to just one punchy print and finishing with a pair of sky-high platform heels.
Style Notes: Not sure how to dress up your basic tee? Jasmine Trinca's winning look tells us that when paired with a standout skirt and tonal heels, this humble staple, previously reserved for off-duty dressing, can actually look incredibly elegant.
Style Notes: The striped midi dress is still a key player for autumn. Should you be looking for new ways to style your power piece, why not look to Desirèe Noferini, who chose to add polish to her figure-flattering day dress with a top-handle bag and clashing block-heel sandals?
Style Notes: Amanda Seyfried gave us all a lesson in dressing up a printed day dress, elevating her Valentino number with the addition of a super-strappy platform heel, fuss-free hair and cat-eye sunnies.
Style Notes: If you're still wondering how to wear the sheer dress without feeling underdressed, stick to muted shades, longer lengths and subtle ruffle sleeve detailing to get the look right.
Style Notes: Slingback kitten heels might be divisive, but they are the shoes of the year, as Chloë Sevigny shows with her check-ribbon Miu Miu shoes paired with a sleeved, heavily embellished blue dress.
Style Notes: Thanks to La La Land, the LYD (little yellow dress) had a real moment this year, and we love how the sequin detailing of Kate Bosworth's marigold dress is balanced out with a loose, more casual silhouette.
Opening Image: @katebosworth