When thinking of celebrities wardrobes, we tend to imagine them brimming with designer brands and one-of-a-kind styles. It can be easy to write off their looks as completely out of reach, something to take inspiration from rather than recreate in like. Though this is often the case, we’ve noticed that more and more celebrities are embracing the expensive-looking finds of our favourite high-street stores, in particular, Mango.
Kendall Jenner and Scarlett Johansson the latest celebrities to catch on to our undying infatuation with the high-street. When celebrities do shop on the high street, they tend to stick to classic styles that have a designer-passing edge. From the cut to the fabrication, these are the styles that not only look great, but have staying power within your wardrobe. This week, Kendall stepped out in a head-to-toe Mango look, combining a sleek silk shirt with flared wool trousers for a put-together evening look. And just yesterday, actress Scarlett Johansson turned to the high-street for a monochromatic three-piece suit, exemplifying Mango’s tailoring prowess. Lucky for us, these pieces are all still in stock and shoppable right now.
Keep scrolling to see all the celebrity-approved Mango pieces that are available to buy right now.
For an evening look, swap your classic cotton shirt for an elevated silk version.
A timeless belt can pull a whole look together.
Add shape and movement with flared trousers.
Wear as a full suit, or throw over a dress or jeans look.
Waistcoats remain a key trend for the autumn season.
Just look at that drape!
Style Notes: Mango is a great place to find easy co-ords, as exemplified by Sienna’s timeless outfit.
Style Notes: Taking a break from full look Bottega Veneta, Rosie turned to the high-street for a minimalist halter top and sleek green skirt.
Style Notes: Yes, Selena’s striking animal print coat is from the high-street.
Style Notes: Style icon Katie Holmes was spotting striding through the city in a bold orange blazer.
Style Notes: Pippa wears an autumn-ready green coat from Mango.
This story was published at an earlier time and has since been updated.