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Lauren Potter of New York City
Potter added edgy details like like a silver choker and leather to her interpretation of Naomie Harris's look from [Naomi's Moment] in our December 2016 issue.
Neha Gandhi of Boston
"I love how plaid feels like part of a tradition as the air starts getting cooler," says Gandhi of her plaid look inspired by "Coat Check" from our March 2016 issue.
Nataša Jovanovic of Hollywood, Calif.
"This bright, breezy matching PJ set dials me into the beachy, chill CALI vibe," says Jovanovic of her sleep-chic look inspired by "Modern Muse" Selena Gomez in our March issue.
Katherine Sneed of Traverse City, Mich.
A less is more approach rarely fails and Sneed took note, rocking a low key look a la “Modern Muse” Cindy Crawford in our September issue.
Jinna Renwick of Austin, T.X.
"Summer is not over," says Renwich who was inspired to play up a classic shirt dress with pops of color and a fun seasonal bag after reading "Find Your Perfect: Shirtdress & Espadrilles" in our June issue.
Beth Shankle Anderson of Tallahassee, Fla.
A classic animal print is as chic as it is attention-grabbing and Shankle Anderson caught on. Inspired by "The Cat's Meow" in our September issue, she rocked the trend with deep red details to amp up the fierce.
Linda Koudelka of Denver, Colo.
"I love the look of lace. It's feminine yet playful, subtly revealing but leaves a bit to the imagination," says Koudelka of this lacy look inspired by our "Sweet Nothings" story in our September 2016 issue.
Joanie Edwards of San Antonio
"The July Fourth sprinkle layer cake was perfect inspiration for a July birthday cake I need to bake," says Edwards, who added a rainbow touch to the red, white, and blue version we featured in our July Issue [Red, White, and Brilliant].
Haley Schmitt of Bedford, New Hampshire
"This strategy is unexpected, but wearable, which is exactly my style," says Schmitt of Diane von Furstenberg's advice to reverse layer in "How Can I Transition My Summer Staples Into Fall?" from our April 2016 issue.
Tania Cascilla of New York
If there's one thing Cascilla learned from our "8 Intriguing Ways to Wear a Leather Jacket" story on InStyle.com, it's that few articles of clothing stand as versatile as a classic moto.
Becky Tiemtore of Minneapolis, Minn.
Dropping necklines are an easy way to add a sexy flare to a look, night or day and Tiemtore took the hint from our April 2016 story "Hot Shoulders."
Jennifer Lane of Chicago
"Color is an expression one one’s emotions and during the warmer months bright and cheerful colors just make me feel happy," says Lane, who was inspired to brighten up her wardrobe after reading our story on the trend.
Gia Lee of Northbrook, Ill.
"I love playing with color and proportion to freshen up the staples already in my closet," says Lee who was inspired to try a new mix of colors after reading "Color Crash Course: Lilac + Ice + Caramel" in InStyle's March issue.
Alishia Anderson of AtlantaOur
Inspired by "Set Sail" in InStyle's May issue, Anderson rocked this nautical two piece striped set to confidently cross the stage at her college graduation.
Hannah Rupp of Monroe, Wis.
InStyle's "Max Maximalism" spread in the May issue inspired Rupp to go a little more eccentric with her style and "pattern mix to the max."
Christina-Lauren Pollack of Carmel, Calif.
Taking inspiration from InStyle.com's "4 Surefire Spring Date Night Outfits", Pollack rocked a romantic silk romper while on vacation in Santa Barbara.
Priscilla Akogyeram of Columbia, Md.
InStyle's "Staying Neutral" story in the April issue inspired Akogyeram to create this monochrome khaki green ensemble. "I love clean neutral palettes, as they're easy to pull off yet chic," she says.
Cheryl van den Berg of San Jose, Calif.
"Stripes are the perfect way to freshen up a look for spring," says van den Berg, who layered a long-line vest over a Breton T after reading "May's Instant Style: Summer Whites, Two Ways."
HEATHER CLEARY OF FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Cleary rethought her A-line mini-skirt, as suggested in our April issue, by pairing a blue suede style with a knit crop top and striped pumps.
Sahra Schukraft of Washington, D.C.
KRISTEN BERRY OF SAN JOSE, CALIF.
Taking inspiration from our "What to Wear to Coachella" story on InStyle.com, Berry sprung for a festival-ready printed romper and crisp white denim jacket.
Carelia Morán Brown of Winston-Salem, N.C.
"I'm completely smitten by the classy, sexy, and impossibly feminine way celebrities are rocking sheer tops," says Brown, who test-drove the trend after seeing it in September's "The Look: Feminist Studies." "My bra may be showing here, but it doesn't look the least bit trashy."
Shannae Ingleton Smith of Toronto, Canada
With Lupita Nyong'o as her style inspo [March's "The Look: Coat Check], Smith went mad for plaid and layered a lightweight, breezy cape over denim cut-offs and a white T. Black pumps add sleekness to an otherwise casual look.
Lauren Mazzei of Park Ridge, N.J.
"I decided to make pajama dressing my own by swapping silk for cotton and pairing it with leather details, like this circle bag," says Mazzei, who took a cue from Selena Gomez's navy look in March's "Modern Muse."
STEPHANIE JENKINS OF LOS ANGELES
"I rarely get super girly with my outfits," says Jenkins, who opted to add feminine accents, like pavé jewelry, a slit skirt, and a bun, to her monochromatic ensemble after reading our ballet-themed "Not Your Typical Sugarplum Fairies" story in the December issue.
ALBA REYES OF LOS ANGELES
“I’ve always gravitated toward red because of its boldness,” says Reyes, who opted to wear the color head-to-toe after reading “Hang On to One Hue” in the Your Look special issue.
Emily Ehardt of Chicago
"Clover is such a beautiful color for the winter, plus, it matches my green eyes!" says Ehardt, who wholly embraced the shade after reading October's "Color Crash Course" feature.
Sarah Watson of St. Louis
"A silk scarf is a great seasonal replacement for a statement necklace," says Watson, who chose this style from Who What Wear's collection for Target after reading "Do Try This at Home" in the March issue.
Liz Rodriguez of Long Island City, N.Y.
"It's been a frigid winter in N.Y.C.—this earthy shade makes any cold-weather look feel even cozier," says Rodriguez, who opted for a monochromatic rust ensemble after reading February's "Color Crash Course."
Freidy Goldberger of New York
"I love the liveliness of this color combo—it feels like spring is finally here!" says Goldberger, who teamed magenta, orange, and yellow together after reading our Color feature in the April issue.
Hailey Middleton of Denver
"Some runway trends are impossible to pull off, but this celadon shirtdress was the perfect length to transition into fall," says Middleton, who dared to try the dress over pants look after reading InStyle.com's how-to guide.
Lilly E. Beltran of Houston, TX
"I never felt like beanies were particularly flattering," said Beltran, who decided to embrace a pom-pom style after surveying the selection on the "Your Look: Q&A" page in the November issue.
Yvonne Basil of El Paso, Texas
"Adding a crisp white shirt really makes this patterned mini pop," says Basil, who dared to double up under a dress after reading "Do Try This at Home" in InStyle's new, redesigned March issue.
Jennifer Lane of Chicago
"There used to be no bigger fashion faux pas than wearing white after Labor Day, but now it's perfectly acceptable," says Lane, who paired her lace dress with burgundy suede pumps and a matching bag after scrolling through "7 White Pieces to Wear Through Fall" on InStyle.com.
Tina Phan of Troy, Mich.
When selecting a wide-brim hat [September's "Make It a PERFECT 10"], Phan chose this style by Cuyana because of how well it pairs with her poncho. "I wanted it to be a basic staple instead of just a trend piece," she said.
Alison Collins of New York
"A LBD is always a great fallback, but I legitimately look forward to wearing this one," says Collins, who scooped up Mango's textured mini with frayed seams after reading "Your Look: Click to Zoom" in the November issue. "It's messy yet still looks pulled-together."