Supermodel and street style expert Kate Moss knows how to walk a catwalk and a sidewalk. Moss shows off a simple weekend outfit that looks great no matter if you are grocery shopping or having brunch with your friends. Here’s how to get this Kate Moss celebrity look for less.
KATE MOSS CELEBRITY LOOK FOR LESS
A grey boyfriend tee is a must-have classic that works with most skin tones. Sure it is casual, but wear with attitude, like Kate! It is a piece that can be paired with so many bottoms: jeans, skirts, sweatpants or even tailored suit pants. This boyfriend t-shirt from Gap will be your go-to tee when you are on the run. Its simple and clean styling can be totally personalized with the right accessories.
WIDE LEG JEANS
A wide-leg jean really elongates the leg and is a great way to stand out from all the skinny jean dressers out there. Veronica Beard makes these high-waist wide-leg jeans that are great for your weekend or weekday occasions. A bonus feature on these pants is the paneled seam detailing on the back. Besides, wide leg jeans have been fashionable through the ages. See how 11 women over 40 wear their jeans.
BELT AND WEDGE SANDALS
Pair these jeans with this brown belt from New York & Company. A belt is always a great way to break up your top from your bottom and great character with your overall look. Warm weather is here so break out the wedges! This pair by Jessica Simpson has a great cork footbed that creates an added chicness to your footwear.
BAG AND EARRINGS
We like Kate’s mini bag but to finish off this look you can add a fun summer bag to the mix. This tasseled Mar Y Sol bag can be taken everywhere you go this summer whether it’s the beach or out for drinks! Add a finishing touch with these drop stone earrings from Ann Taylor. They will add just enough sparkle to your ensemble.
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