5 Blogger Looks You Can Easily Re-Create At Home

The difference between fashion bloggers and regular folk is that touch of luxe that makes each and every one of their looks feel special. It's the attention to detail that invites a flurry of other adjectives, from "chic" to "on-point," and the ability to garner such praise without sourcing strictly expensive pieces (though, of course, big-ticket items do appear). These tucks and tricks are what make style stars feel a step above the rest, and their outfits worthy of copying.
We found five looks that achieve this balance of high and low that you can easily re-create at home, from matching sets with comfy kicks to feminine frills. Start your week off with a healthy dose of fashion, courtesy of some of Instagram's best dressed.
Pari Ehsan has captivated our style-obsessed hearts with her masterful pairing of art and fashion. Not only does she marry Sam Moyer's marble slabs with a dreamy Rodebjer ensemble, but the blogger also mixes the aforementioned high with more casual leopard-print sneakers.
To those still wary about the Canadian tuxedo: Hannah Louise brings new life to the denim-on-denim look by layering a frayed-hem crop top under a long jean blouse.
You have to be bold to step out in a bright orange puffer against the overwhelming winter grays. Stylist and blogger Al Malonga's jacket is but the jumping-off point of an eye-catching ensemble, further enhanced by mirrored sunglasses and velvet sneakers.
Give the matching suit a casual spin with some off-duty kicks, like Rebecca Laurey does here. The blogger dresses down a checked Ganni set with Stan Smiths — fashion's unanimous everyday solution.
Frankie Tietcheu's answer to gross weather is to steal her look from the boys. The ASOS stylist and blogger took a dip in the menswear section to find the perfect striped knit. Her slightly oversized, straight-fit jeans complete this winner of a look.

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