Reese’s Fashionable Pieces: How to Dress like Ms. Witherspoon

Ever since she strut the hallways of Harvard Law School decked out in top to bottom pink, Reese Witherspoon pretty much secured her place among Hollywood’s pantheon of American sweethearts. (Hi Julia and Jen Aniston!) Reese has come a long way from her days of racy teen dramas (Admit it. You loved Cruel Intentions.), and her theatrical resume includes classic roles like Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair and, oh, you know, winning an Oscar. Her dating CV? Even more impressive with the likes of Ryan, Jake, and current hubby Jim Toth, a non-Hollywood dude with Hollywood good looks. Yet, all this is no big deal if your name is Reese Witherspoon, and the mama of two, soon-to-be-three, does it all… and well, in incredible style. Here’s how to mimic Reese’s effortless, yet approachably chic style.

Reese Witherspoon’s Style, Deconstructed

Striped Shirts


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Sure, she may be one of Hollywood’s most in-demand leading ladies, but that doesn’t mean she’s perpetually in red carpet gowns. Reese rocks the casual look to a tee, and more precisely, a striped one. She loves stripes, and well, stripes love her. (Although we’re not sure if there’s an item of clothing that doesn’t love her?) She loves pairing her stripes with comfy jeans and sunnies for a quick, casual look that’s classically Reese.


Striped Circle Sweater $39.95 from Gap

Women’s Striped Boat-Neck Top $9.99 from Old Navy

Victoria Striped Sweater $34.99 from Piperlime

Michelle Y

Michelle Y

Originally from Seoul, Korea, Michelle’s fashion education comes from obsessively devouring style blogs and navigating thrift stores (but only on 50% off days).Her interests rocking her grandma’s mustard colored tights from the 50s, hoarding away money in her 401K and ROTH, and lusting for cute tennis outfits. She lives in Los Angeles and wears a scarf almost everyday.
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