6 Brands Celebrities Can't Stop Wearing This Year
As editors who keep a constant eye on celebrity style, when our favourite It girls repeatedly step out in the same brand or group of brands over the course of a season, we can’t help to take notice (and notes, of course). Whether it’s an affordable streetwear line or a high-fashion power player, these brands must be doing something seriously right to get the repeated endorsement of these stylish ladies (and their stylists) who have all the options in the world. Enter today’s post, where we’re highlighting the top six brands some of our favourite celebrities have simply not stopped wearing this year! From Adidas to Gucci, and everything in between, these are the lines shaping this season’s style scene.
If you read Who What Wear Australia regularly, you may have already guessed a few, so put your fashion knowledge to the test and scroll through to see what they are!
Whether dressing the pieces up (like Bella Hadid, who opts for heels with her tracksuit) or swapping their pumps for the brands slides and sneakers, celebs can't get enough of the classic streetwear brand that's having a major moment.
With a whopping in-house brands under its umbrella, Aritzia's separates and dresses are always a hit, but they seem to be especially popular this season.
On Taylor Swift: Talula by Aritzia Moxon Dress ($80).
Known first for its reworked vintage jeans, Re/Done | Levi’s has recently expanded its product line to include not only a whole new range of denim silhouettes, but perfectly designed skirts, shorts, and tees too. By the looks of it (the pieces are constantly selling out), they're clearly a hit with both celebs and consumers!
On Alessandra Ambrosio: Re/Done | Levi’s The High Rise Cropped No. 2926HRC125680 ($342).
Even celebrities can't keep themselves from shopping Reformation's perfectly designed cool-girl silhouettes!
On Taylor Swift: Reformation Mason Dress ($236).
When celebrities want the best boho dresses, they go to Ulla Johnson. Whether with heels or flats, the simple-yet-intricate designs are ideal for easy, fuss-free dressing.
On Jenna Dewan Tatum: Ulla Johnson Imane Midi Dress ($605).
There's no way we could do this roundup without including the It brand of the moment. Aside from the celebrity world, everyone from editors to bloggers to shoppers can't get enough of the designer label's statement pieces this year.
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