Celebrity 3 Star-Inspired Ways to Wear Flannel in the Summer By Andrea Cheng Andrea Cheng Andrea Cheng is a New York-based writer and editor who covers all things fashion, celebrity style, beauty, and trends. She was previously the Digital Fashion News Editor at InStyle. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on July 24, 2014 @ 12:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: RAMEY PHOTO; Courtesy Traditionally, flannel is a star player during cooler months. In the summer though, not so much. But these stars are saying otherwise. They've taken the outdoorsy plaid textile out of hibernation and re-envisioned it for warmer weather. For her flight to LAX, seasoned flier Diane Kruger smartly used her flannel shirt as a buffer against chilly airplane cabin temps. And when it wasn't in use? She coolly tied it around her waist, which communicated a look that read more '90s grunge and less lumberjack. Reese Witherspoon took on a more Western-inspired vibe with a graphic tee, skinnies and cowboy ankle boots. But it was her berry-check that gave her look a girly twist and a refreshing pop of color. Finally, as a supermodel is wont to do, Gisele Bundchen flaunted her enviably long legs by coupling her low-key shirt with an equally low-key pair of denim cut-offs. Effortlessly chic! Now it's your turn—emulate the stars' style and shop look-alike picks, starting with Kruger's look above: Rails shirt, $128; rails.com. H&M dress, $13; hm.com. NastyGal Panama hat, $58; nastygal.com. Bonlook sunglasses, $69; bonlook.com. Michael Kors tote, $298; michaelkors.com. Loeffler Randall, $225; loefflerrandall.com. Bauer-Griffin/GC Images Get the look: American Eagle shirt, $30; ae.com. J. Crew tee, $39; jcrew.com. Frame Denim, $200; net-a-porter.com. Warby Parker sunglasses, $95; warbyparker.com. Ash boots, $117; ashfootwear.com. Stickman/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images Get the look: Topshop shirt, $60; topshop.com. Gap cut-offs, $30; gap.com. Ray-Ban aviators, $150; ray-ban.com. Alexis Bittar necklace, $195; alexisbittar.com. Joie sandals, $145; joie.com. Click through to see the fall/winter 2014 you can wear now!