It Brit Alexa Chung is known for her subtle ombré mane, boyish prep style, and unabashed girlish charm. Season after season, expect classic menswear-inspired silhouettes with a twist. Pair high-waisted shorts with chelsea boots (extra points for sparkles!) and a blazer and collared shirt combo.
Zara Studio Double Breasted Jacket, $189; zara.com
Karen Walker The Number One Sunglasses, $250; shopbop.com
Topshop High Waist Jersey Shorts, $50; topshop.com
Zara Long Sleeve Shirt, $69.90; zara.com
Shoe Cult Strut Chelsea Boot, $110; nastygal.com
Rebecca Minkoff Quinn Bucket, $375; rebeccaminkoff.com
Miroslava Duma—our favorite pint-sized style icon by way of Russia—is constantly playing with shapes. From structured to billowy, her style is hardly predictable, but always chic and totally glam. Try an oversized fashion sweatshirt (they exist!) with a full skirt, chunky heels, and white socks to finish off the whimsical look.
Leandra Medine and her widely popular style blog, The Man Repeller, is consistently shocking us (and the boys!) with her new and inventive ways of putting together an outfit. She's known for her expert print mixing and layering ways, as well as for her admiration for overalls. Pair a dark wash and peasant top, with a neon clutch and some DANNIJO jewelry and you've got this blogger's look on lock.
Cara Delevingne must have inherited some of her style chops from her big sis, Poppy. This blonde-haired beauty has been all over the runways, as well as sitting front row. Here she demonstrates that sometimes all you need is a simple and flattering dress to look chic—even at fashion week. Pair an LBD (little blue dress) with matching platform pumps and a pop of red, and you'll be just as stylish as this UK-import.