Guest Feature: How To Get Celeb Style For Less With Possessionista

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Pink pumps inspired by Beyonce’s pink Manolo Blahniks

Celebrities. They’re just like us.

Only with fame, money and an endless supply of brands sending them clothes so they always look fabulous.

On my blog, Possessionista.com, I spend my days helping readers (and Poshers) track down their favorite looks from their favorite celebrities and fashionistas. I’m excited to be hosting my second Celebrity Style Posh Party on Poshmark, featuring the exact looks you’ve seen on your favorite stars like Beyonce, Reese, Blake, Selena, Ariana and Jessica (Alba and Biel) as well as incredible looks for less, if Valentino, Chanel and Isabel Marant aren’t in your rider.

I’ve scoured Poshmark for hours – there are hundreds of thousands of listings – to find some of my favorite looks from some of today’s most stylish celebs. But, as you can imagine, with the hundreds of thousands of items on Poshmark, this is only the tip of the iceberg. I can’t wait to see what other celeb-inspired fashion you guys have in your closets.

Join me tonight in the app for the second Possessionista hosted celebrity style party. And let me know in the comments who your favorite celebrity fashionistas are so we can make sure there are looks specifically for you!

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Kate Hudson’s plaid Rails shirt

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Sweater inspired by Gwyneth Paltrow’s St. Laurent

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Denim overalls inspired by Hillary Duff

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Olivia Palermo in Westward Leaning Sunglasses 

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Reese Witherspoon in Isabel Marant

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Gigi Hadid’s distressed Joe’s Jeans

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Bag inspired by Taylor Swift’s oxblood Cambridge Satchel

3 thoughts on “Guest Feature: How To Get Celeb Style For Less With Possessionista

  1. Jamie Chung for pretty girl style; Rihanna for that urban girl/bold style; and the Olsen twins for their minimalistic/sometimes adrodgynous style.

    By the way, the PM app/website desperately needs to make a “sort” function. I often find myself giving up on searching for things because I just can’t narrow it down, let alone find the cheapest price of that ONE item! The filters are not enough.

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