5 Celebrities Share Their Casual Dressing Tips

Sharing how they put together great casual looks, these 5 celebrities have opened up on how they style their own off-duty ensembles. Dishing out some fashion advice while also giving fans a look at how they wear relaxed clothes, each celebrity has their own take on relaxed style and how to best dress when not working. 

  1. Amanda Seyfried

Amanda loves leggings: “I love Stella McCartney and Alexander Wang. But I’m more likely to buy leggings than an elaborate low-cut piece. They both make casual clothes that have something extra going on, which is what I want.” 

  1. Carine Roitfeld

Carine advises to not over-think outfits: “Try not to over think it, because, if you do, it’s not authentic. [Also] navy and black is one of the best combinations. And never to pluck my eyebrows which I did and now regret.”

  1. Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer says ditch uncomfortable clothes: ”Don’t wear jeans that are so tight they make your tummy hurt. Don’t wear heels that are so high you feel like you’re going to fall over. Sexy is about being at ease in your body. There have been a few times when I’ve had to say to my girlfriends ‘Could you please come and undo me so I can pee?’ I mean literally it’s like you have to have an engineering degree just to get into a flipping dress.” 

  1. Khloe Kardashian

Khloe finds pieces that can be worn in different ways: ”My sisters would probably say I’m the most edgy. I love versatile pieces that you can dress up or down like our sequin biker jacket – wear it with a great pair of jeans for a cool daytime look, or with a black dress to add a little rock chick glam. I love to dress up to the nines – but I’ll always be a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl, too.” 

  1. Miranda Kerr

Miranda loves statement accessories to make an outfit stand out: ”As a mum, my everyday style is generally quite relaxed. I dress for the mood I’m in and the occasion. I love to have fun with fashion and I’m obsessed with accessories. I tend to invest in classic fashion pieces, so choosing jewellery is a great way to individualise my style. I pair a statement piece such as great cuff or ring with my favourite jeans and t-shirt or maxi dress, then for the evenings, I build on the piece by adding a complementary necklace or earrings. If I’m wearing an amazing statement piece of jewellery, I like to keep my outfit uncomplicated and let that piece be the standout.”