How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less

Comfortable, casual and chic are the three words that describe the ultimate weekend attire. Well, look no further than actress Kate Beckinsale for fashion inspiration! Pairing together a blazer with booties is nothing new, but it always works! This easy ensemble can take you to lunch with the girls and/or shopping around the city. Here’s how to look like Kate Beckinsale for less.

 Kate Beckinsale casual chic street Style

A great white blouse and a grey blazer are two items every woman should have in her closet. They are staple pieces that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Don’t own either yet? Try this Elie Tahari snap-front silk blouse with this heathered knit blazer by Nic and Zoe.

After spending the work week in a pencil skirt or trouser pants bring out these skinny jeans by Vince Camuto. They are made of a great stretch denim and feature a released hem.

 Kate Beckinsale Look For Less Accessories

Add a small pop of color with this GiGi New York python-embossed crossbody bag in hydrangea. It brings great texture to the whole look too. Throw on a pair of soft suede 1.STATE zip booties and Prada cat-eye sunglasses (well you saved money on the rest of the outfit) and you are ready for whatever the weekend brings your way.

How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less white blouse

Elie Tahari Darnia Snap-Front Silk Blouse, $248

How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less blazer

NIC and ZOE Modern Heathered Knit Blazer, $158

How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less skinny jeans

Vince Camuto Release Hem Skinny Jeans, $99

How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less crossbody handbag

GiGi New York Python-Embossed Leather Crossbody Bag in Hyrangea, $198

How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less sude booties

1.State Jacend Zip Bootie, now $64.96

How To Look Like Kate Beckinsale For Less sunglasses

Prada Conceptual Sunglasses, 52mm. $400

– Rachel Bogo

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