Recreate These Celebrity Fashion Looks Even On A Budget | Clozette

Almost every week, we get to witness tons of fashion looks from our favourite celebrities and style icons. And just when we're about to see if we can achieve the look, we scroll to the caption and see the big price tag that comes with the OOTD. Frustrating, right?

But before you toss your fashion peg out the window, don't give up just yet! Read on to find out more about our ultimate guide on recreating your favourite fashion looks, even on a budget! 


Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid's black-and-denim ensemble

(photo from Instagram/@kendalljenner)

When these besties went out in matching OOTDs for a casual day out, it was all over the internet -- and we totally understand why. Whether you love them or not, we can't help but deny that their black-and-denim look just shouts chicness. But with these two at the top of their modelling game, it's a sure bet that designer labels were behind this duo's envy-worthy look. 

Don't worry! You and your bestie don't have to break your wallets for a matching chic OOTD. Here are our top picks for a fashion look ala KenGi:

Zoe Kravitz' effortless "girl-next-door meets rocker chic" style

(photo from Instagram/@zoeisabellakravitz)

Zoe may be the daughter of actress Lisa Bonet and singer Lenny Kravitz, but it wasn't her parents' fame that made her into one of Hollywood's rising stars. A natural beauty with a tremendous amount of talent for acting and modelling, she has graced the pages of Vogue with campaigns for Vera Wang, Calvin Klein, and other top-notch brands. And to add to the list of her many appeals, her relatable and casual Instagram posts show off her effortlessly casual and alternative fashion style that an everyday-girl can really get inspiration from. 

So if you're a little tight on budget but would still want to channel this Zoe-inspired look, here are fashion pieces worthy of a spread in Vogue:

Dandelion Belt Bucket Floppy Hat (USD $17.14)
The Clothing Hub White Rib Top (USD $9.66)
OOTD Bar String Choker (USD $4.55)

Selena Gomez' "grocery shopping" OOTD

(photo from Instagram/@selenagomez)

While some of us stock up on eggs and bacon in shirts and sweats, Selena goes on full fashion icon mode with a loose button down, retro sunnies, and a chic pair of sneaker boots while grocery shopping for her Revive Tour. It's no wonder why she's the current queen of Instagram with 96 million followers and counting!

If Selena's style suits your fancy, you don't need to have millions of followers on IG or a worldwide tour to snag this look. We've got you covered! 

Chictees Jasmina Polo Dress USD $27.87 


What other fashion looks from your favourite celebs would you like us to 'dupe' next? Let us know in the comments below!


Whether or not you keep up with the latest trends, fashion is undeniably a part of everyone's life. Similar to how the decades defined certain fashion looks, we all have those OOTD stories that easily bring back memories like photos in a photo album. And just like anything in life, we have to remember that it's a learning process. Even our favourite fashion icons and celebs have had their fair share of cringeworthy yet fun-to-look-back fashion moments too!

That's why we decided to take notes from our stylish Clozette Ambassadors to see how far they have come in their personal style journeys. From outrageously loud neons and butterfly barrettes to chic monochrome ensembles and minimalistic chokers, sit back, relax, and keep on reading as we revisit their style evolution and find out what fashion tip they want to give their younger selves.


Faye Balogo

"[Before] I really liked wearing girly pieces with loud prints and flamboyant colors. Today, purposeful minimalism and monochrome simplicity gets me more excited."
Grace Myu

"My style then was on the very girly, "pink" side - think Princess Barbie or Elle Woods from Legally Blonde *laughs*. As the years passed, I tend to wear more muted tones (black, white, grey, denim) as I believe [that] it made matching clothes easier for any occasion. I guess [looking back], I wouldn't change my style [too much]. I would [just tell] my younger self that instead of splurging so much on fast bargain pieces, I should invest in key pieces so that they would never [go] out of style."

Kas Perez

"I didn't have a particular style when I was younger, until I got introduced to fashion blogging. I would say that I simply wore whatever suits my mood. So to my younger self, always think outside the box! There is no harm in being different. Be confident and beautiful with what you wear!"

Aggy Nuguid

"Way back in college, I used to wear my 'safe clothes' which are plain tees and denim shorts or jeans — basic, simple, and plain. I was not [someone] who would experiment and try different colours and styles. But everything changed when I attempted to wear girly, flirty, [and] preppy clothes. I'm glad [that by exploring another style], I'm now not afraid to show my cheerful and bubbly personality [with] how I dress up!"

Everest Seah 

"I found my personal style through lots of experimenting when I was younger. My style hasn't changed much since 5 years ago, although now I select quality over quantity [when it comes to shopping and styling]. [All I can say is that] be brave and experiment with different styles. Don't stick to a certain style just to fit in."


How has your style evolved through the years? Let's talk it all out in the comments below!


History repeats itself-- whether or not this statement makes its way into your own personal philosophy, it does prove true when it comes to fashion. Trends and styles that were considered 'rad' and 'mad cool' back in the 80s and 90s are some of the looks that we found ourselves raving about all over again. And from one to two trends sported by our favourite celebs, these 90s fashion pieces have once again taken over the fashion world by making their way back into the runway... and into our hearts. 

Curious as to what these trends are? Keep on reading to find out which of your current fashion favourites are simply a blast from the past!



We can say that denims never really went out of style. But somehow, 2016 seemed to be the year for the sturdy twill fabric's return. From classics such as pants and jackets, to fresh looks with dresses and button-downs, denims simply take the crown for being our casual go-to fashion piece.
Crop tops

Before Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Rihanna, and all our fave style icons gave us "abs envy" with this fashion trend, crop tops used to be the go-to top to complete the 90s sexy school girl look. From Britney Spears' "Oops I Did It Again" music video to Liv Tyler's "Empire Records" movie look, it's no wonder why this iconic fashion piece is making its waves once again.


Remember the time when we used to wear stretchy, plastic chokers around our neck to match our sparkly butterfly barrettes? And as if the cringe isn't enough, remember when we actually thought it was cool? Don't worry! We're all together on this one. As if to give us a second chance, chokers are back in the game looking more chic and stylish compared to the ones we used to wear back in the 90s. Along with grunge-y throwback trends that made its return to the runway, from red carpets to street wear, this accessory truly came back better than ever.

Hoops and chunky earrings

Step away, studs! Bigger is better once more with hoops and chunky earrings. With bolder fashion trends taking the spotlight this year, it's no doubt why these babies are making its way back into our OOTD ensembles. And with nudes reigning over the latest makeup looks, going a little flashy with your accessories is a liberty that's more than acceptable to pull off.

Combat boots

Besides the sexy school girl look, the 90s fashion scene is all about that "too cool to care" attitude. Sounds familiar? That's because 2016 has proven to be the year to break all the existing stereotypes, especially in fashion. And what better way to "kick" things off (pun intended) than highlighting these androgynous pair -- the combat boots. A little bit of "badass" and a whole lot of "practical", this 90s favourite has gone a notch higher from being patronised by alternative fashion lovers to being paired up with even the preppiest of looks.


What other "old" trends would you like to make a comeback? Let's talk it all out in the comments below!