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Just like our wardrobes, we prefer the unconventional, offbeat side when it comes to Hollywood, too. Because, while the Jen Anistons of the world will always hold a special place in our hearts, it’s the more daring, slightly peculiar celebs that become our sartorial spirit animals. Really, who doesn't turn to street-style snaps (or even the red carpet) for help deciding what to wear?
We put our noggins together to dream up the official fashion-celeb roster. Who are these A-listers with legit fashion cred? They're the style stars that aren’t afraid to take risks, and for that reason — among many wearable ones — they speak our language. For more than your fair share of outfit inspo, click through to peep the seven celebrities the fashion world can’t live without. Did we leave out your famous (imaginary) shopping buddy? Sound off in the comments and let us know! Then, do yourself a favor and bookmark this page for later.
Editor's Note: We get it. You want to dress like these ladies. Duh! That's why we added a few similar items to the bottom of each photo, so you can pick up a piece you love in a snap. Get inspired, and get shopping. Simply click the "SHOP THIS SLIDE" button to view a pop-out of like products. Give it a go, and let us know what you think. Ready. Set. Shop!
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