Steal her Style: Suki Waterhouse

With summer all but around the corner (shhh, we're choosing to ignore the fact that we scraped ice off our cars this morning), we're looking to the glitz and glamour of celebrity life for some sartorial inspiration. And if there is one IT Girl who channels an effortless, summery, floaty vibe in almost everything that she wears, it's Suki Waterhouse, supermodel and girlfriend to one Mr Bradley Cooper.

Whether you're off to a lake-side wedding or you've got another special occasion down in your diary, Suki's one to watch for style tips. She exudes femininity and sexiness like no other, wearing her clothes rather than them wearing her. Whatever she does, it's working. Below we round up our favourite Suki Waterhouse looks of late, from elaborate red carpet numbers to fun, patterned g?nas.

In one of her most recent looks, Suki keeps her cool-girl vibes in check by ensuring that hair is never over done. This dress is enough of a statement on its own; loose effortless tresses serve only to enhance the ensemble.



If you've got your hands on killer pair of shoes, let them be the focal point of your look. What's more, pairing simple feminine dresses (as well as this muted pink colour) often works wonders with bold, funky footwear.


A gorgeous red dress that allows for movement and comfort. Suki never looks uneasy in her outfits.

The perfect colour for your summer wardrobe.


Who said covering up from neck to toe wasn't sexy? Sheer arms will always help.

Loose, free-flowing layers are perfect for summer ocassions. Whether it's brunch with pals or a festival gig, keep things cool and easy with a light jacket.

You don't have to wear red or black to get away with a striking red lip. If your colours elsewhere are muted, a bold pair of lips will take your look up a notch.


There's no time like the summer to don a plunging neckline. Best reserved for those with smaller boobs, mind, unless you've got some hardcore tit-tape in your arsenal of fashion fixes. A choker paired with a deep neckline adds a classy touch.

Statement dresses don't need anything else. Be brave and lose the heavy accessories.

For summer evenings that leave you feeling a little nippy, a smart blazer will keep you warm without suffocating your look.

If you're opting for a colourful, patterned ensemble, balance your look by pairing simple strappy sandals that pick up a key colour of your look.


Suki never guilds the lily; if she opts for statement, eye-catching earrings, she chooses wisely to keep her neck bare.

Which look is your favourite?


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