Kristin Cavallari has been everywhere lately, and it almost feels like it’s 2009 again. But there’s no season premiere of Laguna Beach on the horizon, nor is anyone buzzing about a possible rift with Lauren Conrad. Instead it’s her newest series, Very Cavallari, that’s earning buzz, and turning public attention back to Kristin Cavallari’s style smarts. The show traces Kristin’s journey to the launch of her flagship jewelry store, Uncommon James.
Kristin Cavallari Look for Less
The Denim Mini Dress
To that end, Cavallari is showing she’s no stranger to the spotlight — and definitely no stranger to the style game. Here she is having some summertime fun in a sleeveless denim dress that manages to be both coquettishly sweet and smartly grownup all at once.
Make the look your own by slipping into this BB Dakota Lauren Denim Dress ($75.99). A strappy sandal, Kristin’s choice, will turn heads, but you can also opt for a pair of wedges or even white sneakers.
The Little White Dress
Continuing her ownership of carefree warm-weather looks like a complete pro, Kristin sports an effortless white fit-and-flare dress here. It’s perfect with heels if you’re headed to a fancy soiree, but you can easily dress it down in a pair of comfortable slip-on canvas sneakers and a light scarf for an added pop of color.
Dupe Cavallari’s look and enjoy all day comfort in this easygoing cami dress ($28.97) from GAP Factory.
The Mini Skirt
Here, a strategically cut skirt adds dimension to Cavallari’s polished day-out-in-LA look.
This BP. Knot Front Skirt ($39) exudes a similar laid-back vibe. It’s also a fabulous alternative to shorts when it’s over 100 degrees outside and you can’t stand the idea of having your legs covered. Pair this piece with a black bodysuit a la Kristin or a plain white tee. Anchor the ensemble with ankle boots when you’re feeling edgy, or a simple pair of flat-heeled sandals.
Tanya is a seasoned journalist based in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Specializing in fashion, beauty, and travel, she loves to explore new places, read as much as possible, and scour the web for fabulous finds — all in the name of research, of course.
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