10 Celebrity Outfits We Want to Copy Right Now

Consider your December wardrobe planned.
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Consider your December wardrobe planned.
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Miranda Kerr
A printed jumpsuit is a great option for a friend's holiday party. Simply add a leather jacket and bright bag to take the look from day to night.
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Kendall Jenner
There's an art to staying both warm and chic, and Jenner seems to have nailed it. Navy, cream, and black look fresh when paired together.
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Olivia Palermo
Invest in the pant silhouette of the season: flares. With her minimal white top, Olivia Palermo proves the shape isn't just for the '70s. Date night anyone?
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Allison Williams
The Girls star makes a statement with a classic caramel coat and bright pink lipstick over an impeccably ladylike LBD. If you're looking for an easy way to update an otherwise bland look this winter, a bold lip is your ticket.
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Emma Watson
Forget a sparkly party dress this New Year's Eve: A plunging jumpsuit is where it's at. And if you're looking for some extra glitz, add a bold necklace or earrings.
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Alexa Chung
Chung is the queen of the unexpected accessory, and this satin take-out box as bag is just that. Take inspiration and opt for a quirky accessory to add life to a basic dress. 
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Just because you're running errands on a rainy Saturday doesn't mean you have to forget your sartorial game. Make like Rihanna with jeans, nude heels, and a floor-grazing coat.
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Cameron Diaz
When in doubt, blush tones always look good. For an outfit option that works as well at the office as on a date night with your girlfriends, try pairing a neutral sweater with black pants and a nude heel. 
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Poppy Delevingne
Show up to your next holiday gathering with something seasonally appropriate, like this starry sweater a la Ms. Delevingne. Cute heels and a sparkly clutch ensure it's dressy enough for night.
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Emma Roberts
When an occasion calls for a special dress, steer clear of your regular black. A pop of color brightens any room, and long sleeves and a high collar are a great option in colder weather.
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