7 Stars Who Shop Their Closets
Eva Longoria Parker
Classics don't have to be staid-Longoria Parker makes leopard pumps from YSL work with everything from skinny jeans to a formfitting pencil skirt. The trick? Pairing the ultra-glam heels with simple pieces in the same color family as the print.
Leave it to the House of Harlow 1960 designer to mix things up! Richie keeps her favorite vintage snakeskin clutch looking fresh by doing the unexpected-adding it to a variety of raucous prints.
The InStyle columnist Bilson makes adding up an outstanding outfit as easy as grade-school arithmetic. Just start with black tights and a Brian Reyes khaki skirt and add one neutral top, one classic jacket and one pair of killer shoes.
Who knew a straw boater could be so versatile? The Inglourious Basterds beauty uses her favorite summer topper to accent everything from nautical chic to Chanel. Kruger keeps the look clean (rather than costumey) by pulling back her hair and choosing understated jewelry.
The model mogul isn't afraid to rock out a favorite piece, especially when it comes from her own Kate Moss for Topshop line. Moss toughens up a pretty chiffon dress with her tuxedo jacket or punks the piece out with thigh-high boots, a Vivienne Westwood lipstick tee and a crochet sweater.
The stylish actress proves that standout accessories can be just as versatile as their basic black brethren! Bosworth changes up her casual looks with cherry-red buckle boots (left) and a tri-tone bag (right), both from Chloe, even combining the two for an effortlessly cool and totally unforgettable outfit (center).
There's no better model for The Row's luxe basics than designer Ashley Olsen. She transforms virtually identical outfits-a stretch-leather mini and gray top-with the aid of unique accessories like sheer striped stockings, patent platforms and tie-dye Balenciaga sandals.