At one time or another, we have all looked to our favorite celebrities for beauty and fashion inspiration. I’m not talking red-carpet looks, but rather the section in US Weekly where they have a slew of starlets picking out fresh fruit in East Hampton or walking in Malibu rummaging through their purse with their car keys dangling out of their mouths, looking like a cool million - and with minimum effort. They’re just like us! Kinda?! Here are a few famous looks to imitate using Classic Six favorites.
Princess Diana and the blazer
Her title may have been Princess but she was the Queen of chic. Her elegance embodied what it means to be a royal but there was also something super approachable to her style. Pair the Katherine blazer over an Ivy League sweatshirt with a great pair of Levi’s for a mirror image look.
Hailey Beiber and the trench coat
Known for her oversized and baggy street style, Mrs. Bieber knows what flatters her while also grabbing attention all the while leaning more in the direction of comfort. The Ali Double breasted coat is the perfect outerwear piece to bridge together function and taste during the cooler seasons just like our favorite Baldwin.
Gwyneth Paltrow and the white button down
For the woman who could make a brown paper bag look like a Birkin, Gwyneth’s timeless cool girl vibe can be best described as upscale-effortless. If she doesn’t own the Donna button down already, she already exudes what the essential blouse is all about. Pair it tucked in with denim shorts or linen trousers for an easy breezy west coast vibe.
Candice Swanpoel and the pleated skirt
Dressing for the street doesn’t mean your look has to lose elegance or femininity - just ask supermodel Candace Swanpoel who has been spotted on multiple occasions pairing a favorite pleated skirt with ballet flats. Rock the Marilyn pleated accordion skirt with a pair of flats and a chambray shirt next time you need to run to the grocery or while avoiding your neighborhood paparazzi.