What's better than one well-dressed celebrity? How about an impeccably stylish power couple? Every time we post on our Instagram about a Hollywood pair —Rihanna and A$AP Rocky, for example—our likes and comments go through the roof. So I decided to give our readers more of what they want and break down some of the best celeb couples outfits that I've seen lately.
If you're curious about what Jennifer Lopez wears for a dinner date or what outfit Beyoncé chooses for a basketball date, you've come to the right place. Below, I've rounded up some date-outfit ideas inspired by a range of celebrity couples.
1. Cutout Top + Leather Pants
On Megan Fox: Danielle Guizio top; The Mannei pants
Naturally, I had to include one of the most talked-about celebrity couples of the moment: Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. Here, Fox wore a sexy cutout top with leather trousers for a night out at L.A. restaurant Delilah.
On Beyoncé: David Koma jacket and dress; Christian Louboutin shoes
Did you think Beyoncé wouldn't dress up for a basketball date? Think again. She wore an oversize sequined jacket with an LBD to sit courtside. Since not everyone can pull off such a fancy look at a sporting event, I found a metallic jacket below that will work for us commoners.
Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor have been going strong since 2015, so you know they have had some great date-night looks over the years. Here, I particularly love Paulson's chic plaid coat and oxfords, but Taylor is certainly looking stylish as well.
On Jennifer Lopez: Gianvito Rossi sandals; Hermès bag
The power couple to end all power couples. Ever since #Bennifer reunited recently, they've commanded attention wherever they go. Here, J.Lo wears a pretty A-line dress to an event with Ben Affleck. You really can't go wrong with such a classic look.
Ashley Graham and her husband Justin Ervin look so fresh and so clean in all white. Copy Graham and try wearing a slip dress with matching accessories. With fall and winter approaching, all you have to do is add a sleek coat for chilly nighttime temperatures.