As 2015 comes to a close, we’re looking back on an amazing year of celebrity style. These are the women who always get it right—whether they’re hitting the red carpet or running errands, they never miss a beat—always looking polished and pulled together.
Keep scrolling to see the lessons we can learn from each stylish celeb.
Jeans can be dressy—you just need to know how to style them. A flared style will always look polished with a pair of heels (and a tidy hem), just add a sleek top and you’re good to go (to work, the pub, or to meet-the-parents).
Mix dressy with casual—Shanina is the perfect example of how to wear something you’d usually ‘go out’ in (the top) with something more casual (jeans and slides).
We should all try tuxedo dressing more—it’s easy to fall back on a dress or skirt and top combo, but how sexy and effortless is this? More of this please.
Crop-tops don’t have to be scary—just wear with high-waist pants and throw a bomber over the top.
A mini dress and heels can work for day—but keep your top half covered up like Nicole. We actually can’t get enough of the whole ‘70s vibe here—the hair, the sunglasses, the side-saddle bag—do it all!
Find your uniform and stick to it— in a recent interview with POPSUGAR Australia, Worthington said “I kind of wear the same thing whether I'm going to an event or on a plane; I wear of lot of black and neutral colours, so everything goes together”.
A two-piece set is a wardrobe essential—swap out the shoes and accessories to take this look anywhere you need to be. And then mix and match for maximum use of cost-per-wear.
Simple is sometimes best—when in doubt, reach for a streamlined LBD and there’s nothing else you need.
A style makeover is always possible—make a plan and stick to it. This year Campbell has overhauled her look in a big way. Out went the mini-dresses and in came the co-ord two-pieces, pared back accessories and subtle details like cut-outs and secret thigh-high splits.