Is It Just Us, or Is Every Celeb Dressing Like This Lately?
Considering the amount of scrutiny applied to their every sartorial move, we can appreciate when celebrities step out of their comfort zone and take a style risk. And one that seems particularly popular as of late is the head-to-toe print—whether in the form of a camouflage utility jumpsuit à la Bella Hadid or a matching floral crop top/midi skirt set like Elsa Hosk's.
Fashion types have been gradually trading in their monochrome outfits for maximalist garb ever since Alessandro Michele took the helm at Gucci, and the more-is-more aesthetic has infiltrated Hollywood on the red carpet and beyond. These recent takes—bold as they may seem—are actually a fairly approachable trickle-down of the trend. After all, matching sets and all-in-one pieces take the guesswork out of coordinating colors or prints.
Below, see how six stars embraced gingham, stripes, tropical prints, and more—and shop the looks for yourself.
Yes, head-to-toe stripes can veer into pajama territory—but as Gigi Hadid demonstrates, that can be a very good thing.
Y.A.S. Tall Stripe Longline Shirt and Wide-Leg Pant Co-Ord ($167)
Break up allover florals with a sliver of bare midriff. Now, anyone else in the mood for a garden party?
A little obsessed with this spring trend? Yep, us too. Fortunately, when it comes to gingham, there's no such thing as going overboard.
While the print's origins may suggest otherwise, you probably won't blend into the crowd in one of these jumpsuits (and that's okay).
City sky too smoggy to see stars IRL? No worries—you can just wear them instead.
On Shanina Shaik: House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve Jerry Jumpsuit ($169).
Trade your basic black items (including dresses and footwear) for something covered in a bright tropical print.
On Ireland Baldwin: Ugg Simmens Leather Boots ($190).
Now, get to know the unexpected shoe hybrid you're about to see everywhere.