Jamie Chung's Most Stylish Outfits Ever

With her impeccable taste and sense of current trends, Jamie Chung has managed to catapult herself from reality television star (she initially made a name for herself on The Real World: San Diego) to bona fide fashion star. She never misses a beat on a red carpet and manages to look consistently flawless even in her day-to-day life. Her approach to style ranges from flirty and elegant to casual and boho to classic and timeless—and her outfits always look perfect no matter what the occasion. In particular, she has a knack for dressing up even the simplest outfits by pairing them with carefully selected accessories. While she has no shortage of inspiring looks, today we've rounded up the best of the best. Ready to see which outfits made our list? Keep reading to see Jamie Chung's best looks and learn a few of her key styling tricks.


Keep the Off-the-Shoulder Trend Going
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Last spring's favorite trend is back for round two, and we're excited to ditch our jackets so we can wear it again. Jamie's breezy off-the-shoulder blouse looks effortless with distressed denim, a bucket bag, and pointed-toe mules.

On Jamie Chung: Related top; McGuire Vintage Slim Jean ($268); Gerard Darel bag; Sol Sana shoes


Say Yes to Belt Bags
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The once-taboo trend is making a strong comeback, but the look doesn't have to be presented in an in-your-face manner. Choose a belt bag in a muted neutral shade and classic shape, then team it with a cozy knit and patterned pants for a look that's classic and cool.

On Jamie Chung: Storets Dolores Cropped Pullover ($104); Kate Spade Greenwood Place Rita Belt Bag ($198, available in black and tusk); Diane von Furstenberg Mollo Leather Boots ($348)


Mix and Match Your Shoes
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Yes, wearing mismatched shoes is a thing—and it doesn't have to look totally insane. Select colors based on the overall tone of your look, and when in doubt, stick to neutrals.

On Jamie Chung: Kristina Fidelskaya dress; Sofia Webster Rosalind Sandals ($495)


Rely on Trend-Right Footwear
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White boots are having a major moment—and Jamie knows it. They pair perfectly with a two-piece (or jumpsuit) for an easy going-out look.

On Jamie Chung: Fame and Partners The Onassis Two Piece ($299); Diane von Furstenberg Mollo Leather Boots ($348)


Try Metallic Shades
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Wear a color like silver to make a daytime silhouette work for the evening.

On Jamie Chung: Smythe blazer; Dannijo necklace; Related Apparel Alandra Dress ($202); Jimmy Choo Candy Clutch ($1195) and sandals


Pair Sneakers With a Dress
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Put a sportswear spin on a dress by pairing it with sneakers.

On Jamie Chung: Diesel jacket; Twenty Viscose Stretch Midi Dress ($188); New Balance 96 Mashup Casual Sneakers ($110)


Trust the Classics
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You can't go wrong lining your closet with classic pieces like a cashmere sweater and leather oxfords.


Style Pink With Red
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Though pink and red have a reputation for clashing, they're actually one of the season's most popular color pairings.

On Jamie Chung: Banana Republic dress


Use Cool Accessories
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Accessories really can make your outfit. Adding an interesting belt, hat, and ankle boots to a simple dress completely changes the look.

On Jamie Chung: Rag & Bone hat; American Apparel dress; Tezenis bra; Chloé Small Hudson Bag ($2150); Grey City boots.

Associate Director, Special Projects

Kristen Nichols is the Associate Director, Special Projects at Who What Wear with over a decade of experience in fashion, editorial, and publishing. She oversees luxury content and wedding features, and covers fashion within the luxury market, runway reporting, shopping features, trends, and interviews with leading industry experts. She also contributes to podcast recordings, social media, and branded content initiatives. Kristen has worked with brands including Prada, Chanel, MyTheresa, and Luisa Via Roma, and rising designers such as Refine and Tove, and her style has been featured in publications including Vogue.com, Vogue France, WWD, and the CFDA. Before Who What Wear, Kristen began her career at Rodarte, where she worked on assistant styling, photo shoots, and runway shows, and at Allure, where she moved into print and digital editorial. She graduated from the University of Southern California, where she studied art history and business, and currently lives in New York.