Blake Lively is an actress, gifted impressionist and bargain beauty shopper. She’s also, obviously, a style icon. But just because she can wear the hell out of a couture gown (or neon green suit) doesn’t mean all of her looks are high fashion and unapproachable. Here are five Lively looks we’re ready to copy this fall.
5 Blake Lively Outfits to Re-create This Fall
T-shirt + Leather Leggings + Double-breasted Coat
We love this outfit for how sneaky comfortable it is (leather leggings are still leggings, after all) and how versatile it is. For casual occasions, swap out the sky-high heels for white sneakers and keep jewelry and other accessories to a minimum or, to dress it up even more, add a pair of statement earrings and top it all off with a bold lip.
Get the look: Everlane T-shirt ($15); Halogen leggings ($39); Nic + Zoe coat ($198)
Pink Pants + Pink Sweater + Pink Coat
OK, so the main takeaway from this look isn’t to dress in head to toe pink; it’s to embrace monochromatic dressing. Blake loves wearing one color from top to bottom, and here’s why: It’s easy-to-wear, versatile (the color possibilities are almost endless), and it’s a super-simple way to create a streamlined, put-together silhouette.
Get the look: Leith pants ($69); BB Dakota sweater ($90); English Factory coat ($98)
Cropped Trousers + Belted Coat
A coat like this is a must-have for two reasons: First, the belted, waist-cinching style is really flattering and second, when you have a statement piece like a bold coat, you can complete the look with basic, easy-to-wear pieces (like simple black pants) that are already in your closet.
Get the look: Essentials by Anthropologie pants ($108); Lauren Ralph Lauren coat ($250)
Trench Coat + White Jeans
See what we mean about monochrome dressing? The beauty of wearing a look like this is that it makes such a statement on its own that you can keep your accessories toned-down without looking like something’s missing.
Get the look: Rachel Rachel Roy trench ($190); Levi's jeans ($98)
Skinny Pants + Chunky Knit
Is this ensemble going to win any awards for innovation or fashion forwardness? No, but it’s next-level cozy and ready to be worn through the winter. To keep it from looking too sloppy, stick to neutral colors like black, navy or oatmeal, and look for a sweater that hits right at your upper thigh (think: oversize, not ginormous).
Get the look: Gap pants ($36); Elizabeth and James knit ($365)