Celebrities are some of our biggest sources of fashion inspiration. Sure, our faves—we're talking ladies like Selena Gomez, Bella Hadid, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley—have their own sense of style, but they often work with top stylists as well to help create their on-trend looks. When you glance at some of these perfect outfits, you start to notice some of the specific types of items stylists like to dress A-listers in (Selena can't get enough of cool jackets and heels, for example), but there are also pieces you rarely see them wear (not that they're all bad by any means).
To give you a sense of the things celebs really don't wear very often, we tapped three of the biggest stylists in Hollywood to spill on the items you won't find their clients in.
Keep scrolling to check out the 13 pieces stylists avoid—and shop some key pieces celebs would love right now.
"Cropped baggy cargo pants (I like to call them shantz—not a short and not a pant), a visor, sneaker mules, intarsia sweaters featuring animals (house cats or puppies), platform flip-flops, and pajamas printed with food (aka doughnuts/Popsicles/hot dogs)." — Kate Young
On Robbie: Calvin Klein coat.
"I would never put a celebrity or any of my clients in kitten heels; flats; neon colors, bold prints, brown-and-black color combinations, something completely sheer, stone-wash jeans, open-toed shoes with hosiery, high-waisted jeans, and head-to-toe leather." — Nick Nelson
"I would never put a client in pants from a fabric that creased too much or any fabric that picked up a ton of lint, as it makes people look disheveled." — Cher Coulter
A mid-rise cropped jean is so flattering.
Versatile ankle boots to wear all throughout fall.
It is the most trendy fabric for fall, after all.
We couldn't leave out the Gucci.
Invest in a leather jacket you love and you'll never have to buy another one.
Fun fact: Olivia Palermo wears these all of the time.
Style with everything from a tee and jeans to a slip dress and sneakers.
The perfect touch of femininity.
Oxblood is an ideal hue for autumn (and winter!).
A classic color with just the right amount of uniqueness.
A pop of color looks amazing next to blue denim.
Were you surprised by any of these items? Let us know in the comments below!
Edited by Nicole Kliest