Where Did She Get That Dress? How To Steal Celebrity Style

Have you ever seen your favourite celebrity photographed in a magazine and wondered ‘Where did she get that dress/bag/shoes?’ Well you are not alone and these days this has become a popular  feature in magazines, who will delight in telling you exactly where the stars purchased a one-off item. Most celebrities, however, have favourite stores or designers that they go back to time and time again.

Get to know which of these are their preferred choices and you can be one step ahead of the Siennas and Fearnes! And some even promote certain shopping websites so you can be sure to find clothes that are endorsed and worn by them. Depending on whose celebrity style you want to steal, you have to know where they shop most of the time and fear not because we have done the homework for you.

Sienna Miller

If you love Sienna Miller’s look then check out yumidirect.co.uk as she is a huge fan of their clothes. From cute boho dresses to raincoats and bags, Yumi has fast become the stars best-loved online clothes store and you can find it as a concession in larger branches such as HouseofFraserco.uk. Other celebs out seen rocking the Yumi look are presenter Emma Willis, Cher Lloyd from the X Factor, Helen Chamberlain from Soccer AM and Shobna Gulati of Coronation Street.

Pixie Lott

Asos.com stands for “As Seen On Screen” and this is where you can find many of the clothes worn by celebrities. If Pixie Lott is your fashion icon then check out her range by Lipsy Loves Pixie Lott which are available on asos.com. Other favourites on asos include stores such as Whistles, FrenchConnection.com, Miss Sixty and RiverIsland.com and designers like Vera Moda. Asos also has its own range which duplicates the famous dresses and clothes worn by the stars so that you can get a similar item for a fraction of the price.

Holly Willoughby

Very.co.uk features outfits worn by Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton, although both stars have been seen out in Yumi dresses, this site is exclusively dedicated to their style. Other stars recently signed up to the Very brand are Diana Vickers from the X Factor, a range called Glam by model Caprice and Steve Jones the presenter has a range for men. Visit very.co.uk and you’ll find there is an upto 75% sale on.

For the ultimate in celebrity style however we have to mention Kate Moss and her clothes designed for Topshop.com. Still available in stores today, you can buy items specifically thought up by the worlds leading model and these clothes are classics and have been seen selling on ebay for much more than their retail price.

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