6 Celebs Share Their Morning Routines for Getting Dressed

From a speedy three-minute outfit decision to rummaging through the nearest pile of clothes, we perused the Internet to find out how celebs start their wardrobe prep for the day. So, whether you’re looking for a quick tip to speed up your morning process or are simply curious to find out how Miranda Kerr picks out an outfit (um, who isn’t?), then today’s post is just for you!

Keep scrolling to see how our favorite stylish celebs get ready in the morning.

Alexa Chung

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What she starts with: An eye-catching item

Her routine: "I survey the floor and find an item and build an outfit around it. Something will catch my eye—a floral shirt or a pair of boots—and I'll be like, 'Okay, how do I make that into a look?' I try to keep things pretty minimal,” the style icon told Harper’s Bazaar.

Miranda Kerr

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What she starts with: Mood

Her routine: “My fashion changes depending on my mood and where I’m going. If it’s a play date with Flynn, you’ll find me in flats and jeans; for a business meeting I like to dress more feminine and conservative. If I have an important business meeting, I plan my outfit the evening before so I know in the morning what I’m wearing and what I feel confident in. This prevents any last-minute stress so I can focus on the meeting and day ahead. I don’t take seasonal trends too literally. I like to take a key statement piece and build around it. I also love accessories,” she revealed to Vogue.

Jenna Lyons

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What she starts with: Checking emails

Her routine: “I check my phone just to make sure that no emergencies have arisen, and then I pick out clothes for my son, Beckett. He definitely has a preference for cashmere—I've created a monster. Then I have coffee: strong, but half milk. I do my makeup in about five minutes, and I get dressed in about three minutes. I definitely don't have a work uniform. The idea of a uniform is like a slow and painful death to me. There is nothing I like more than getting dressed,” the designer told Harper’s Bazaar.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

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What she starts with: Agenda

Her routine: “It takes me 10 minutes to pick an outfit. I don't have any set uniform. I always think about where my day is going to take me and how I want to feel. For days off and running errands, I stick to jeans and a T-shirt with a blazer and booties. Days at home, I'm often in my workout gear all day,” the model recently said.

Emily Ratajkowski

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What she starts with: The nearest clothing item

Her routine: “I don't like taking a long time to get ready. I go through the pile of clothes on the floor in front of my closet—I'm such a messy person that it takes me a while to find everything. If I've gotten something recently, I'll wear it for two weeks, then never want to see it again. Two years later, it'll cycle back around,” the model/actress told Harper’s Bazaar.

Eva Chen

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What she starts with: Shoes

Her routine: "I always dress from the shoes up. It’s a random thing about my morning routine,” Chen admits.

Dries van Noten Fringe-Trimmed Velvet Sandals ($795)

What’s your morning routine for getting dressed? Are you more of a Miranda or Alexa when it comes to planning an outfit? Let us know in the comments below!