Hilary Duff has transcended the teen starlet style she once embodied, to become one trendy, hot mama. She recently stepped out in West Hollywood in this monochromatic look that's far from flat. Find out how to get her look below!
Let's start with the ripped skinny jeans.
Tight-as-leggings skinny jeans don't seem to be going out of style anytime soon, and flatter most any body type, especially when paired with a looser top like Hilary's. The dark wash with ripped knees is just a touch rocker while still looking chic and understated. Go for a higher or lower rise depending on your personal preference, but the top will cover up the waistline either way in this look. Find the above pairs here and here.
Now for her boxy muscle tee.
Hilary's top is a cool ombre muscle tee in a dark wash. The boxy style looks balanced with the super-tight skinny jeans. Anything in a cap sleeve or muscle tank style with a neck high enough to cover your collarbones will do the trick, and pick a dark wash to keep the look somewhat monochrome. Find similar options here and here.
Next are the classic black booties.
Neutral-tone booties are such a staple; you don't need to look to the stars to know that you should own a pair for rain or shine, but Hilary (and countless others) prove their worth as well. Her black booties are super simple, with a small heel to dress up or down any outfit. Pick a pair that (barely) covers your ankle to tuck the skinny jeans into. Find the above pair here, or booties with a more sensible heel here.
Hilary's fringed back is a must-have.
Her purse is a crossbody strap (though she just wears it over one shoulder), big enough to carry all your essentials but not so big to weigh down your summer look. The fringe is fun and trendy, but pick a classic back so that it's not over-the-top. Find great options here and here.
Top off your look with a great topper.
Hilary's wide-brimmed black felt hat infuses her look with the 70's trend without overpowering it, and maintains the monochrome. Pick a fedora style without too much structure, that can make a sundress city-appropriate or just protect your face from the sun in style. Above options here and here.
Layer a couple of necklaces and dainty bracelets, and you're good to go!