Brie Larson’s Cool Girl Look Will Be Your New Fall Go-To
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Brie Larson’s Cool Girl Look Will Be Your New Fall Go-To

Celebs have been nailing the casual cool trend since forever, but lately they’ve really been stepping up their game. From baseball caps to track pants, the athleisure look is totally easy to pull off. But sometimes our favorite celebs get mighty crafty with their “normal people” clothing — and Brie Larson’s recent Instagram post is proof. It’s one part Saturday couch vibes, one part garden party, and it’s totally awesome.

Brie sported a tee with a dressy floral skirt and it just works. Total and complete genius, amirite? Here’s how to copy her look for weekend, work and date night.

Up your weekend look with a floral skirt in place of your favorite jeans — the pairing is cool and casual and totally unexpected. Leather sneakers and a molded cuff make it slightly fancy, and a backpack keeps the look practical for all your running around.

H&M Jersey Top ($15), Oasis V&A Skirt ($63), Converse Leather Low Top ($65), Kate Spade Backpack ($248), Alexis Bittar Corrugated Cuff ($245)

This is a totally sneaky way to get extra mileage out of your weekend Netflix-and-chill tee. Tuck it into a pleated midi skirt and layer a minimalist blazer over the top for a cool yet still conservative work look. Simple pumps and a sensible yet stylish tote — and fun fringe earrings! — complete the look.

Zara Pinstripe Jacket ($169), Mango Cotton Tee ($26), J.Crew Cherry Print Skirt ($98), Diane Von Furstenberg Lille Pumps ($348), B.P. Tassel Drop Earrings ($15), Calvin Klein Reversible Tote ($148)

Keep your date on his toes with this unexpected mix of Disney (M-I-C-K-E-Y-M-O-U-S-E!) and ladylike lace. A simple strappy blue heel and necklace and metallic bag take the look from slightly oddball to totally chic.

Uniqlo Mickey Mouse Tee ($15), H&M Lace Pencil Skirt ($50), Sam Edelman Patti Sandal ($100),  Express Bib Necklace ($50), Zara Metallic Crossbody Bag ($50)

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(Feature photo via Ethan Miller / Getty)