The Celebrities We Always Look to for Summer Style Inspiration

Given the fact they spend a significant part of the year in Los Angeles and what feels like the rest of it vacationing in exotic places, it's little wonder that the A-list do warm-weather dressing so well. Be it by the pool or via the pavement, there's no beating celebrity summer style, which is why we've taken to researching the best-ever outfits worn by the stars to inform our wardrobes for the season ahead.

From Alexa Chung's penchant for could-be-vintage finds to Beyoncé's take on the preppy look, we've found the key items our favourite sartorially blessed famous people wear on repeat from April onwards. Keep scrolling to see and shop our favourite celebrity summer style sites below, but be warned: The urge to book a holiday afterwards will be uncontrollable.

ALEXA CHUNG

Alexa spends the majority of her summer in New York City, which in turn calls for pretty midi dresses, denim cutoffs and cute cardis to keep the chill at bay, and ballerina pumps for strolling ease.

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BEYONCÉ KNOWLES

Bright hues are always Beyoncé's go-to, with her best look to date being her marigold dress from Ganni that she wore last summer. It may be out of stock now, but Whistles has an excellent dead ringer.

SIENNA MILLER

Minimalists should make Sienna Miller their celebrity summer style muse. Her eye for simple silhouettes and on-point accessories is second to tone, ensuring she looks immaculate at all times.

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EMILY RATAJKOWSKI

Quintessential Cali girl Emily Ratajkowski's summer wardrobe largely consists of low-slung trousers, crop tops and scrappy tea dresses. We might not have her abs, but at least we can share her style.

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JESSICA ALBA

Jessica continuously proves that summer style is so much more than teeny shorts. Her wide-leg cream trousers and blue striped shirt are the exact pieces we'll be sporting to the office as soon as the temperature starts to rise.

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