It’s true — models look good in just about everything. Their outlandishly long legs and slender frames make new season clothes look amazing, but sometimes it’s hard to imagine pieces off the runway.
Now that Spring 2015 has started to drop in stores, we thought there was no better time to show how runway can translate to real life. Take a cue from fashion bloggers, musicians, actresses, TV personalities and more to see how you too can wear these new season pieces.
Rebecca Judd rocked Costarella's circus-like feathered frock at the Myer Spring 2014 fashion launch in Sydney.
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Pop singer Jessica Mauboy wore the colourful By Johnny dress with tan heels to an interview recently.
All eyes were on Nicole Warne at MBFWA when she sported the super-sweet, matchy-matchy Alice McCall ensemble.
Alex Perry's younger direction for spring made us all the more excited to see the pieces in action. Jodi Anasta rocked the navy and black mini with tulle underneath at the Myer Spring 2014 fashion launch.
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When Alice McCall tapped Isabelle Cornish as a muse for the David Jones Spring 2014 fashion launch, it was clear that the Puberty Blues star would be wearing one of her designs.
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Renee Bargh played it a little safer than other celebs at the VMAs in this Toni Maticevski dress.
Fashion blogger Nadia Bartel wore the same dress just days after Renee for a fashion workshop at Myer.
Sass & Bide
It was a big win for Sass & Bide when Kylie Jenner stepped out at the Teen Choice Awards wearing a gold embroidered skirt by the Aussie label.
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Lucy Hale teamed one of Zimmermann's moody floral midi skirts with a leather crop for the VMAs.
Michael Lo Sordo
Margaret Zhang wore the Michael Lo Sordo baby blue, four-piece suit in her role as the designer's muse for the David Jones Spring 2014 fashion launch. When questioned about her love for pastels, the Shine By Three blogger said, “I’m having a bit of a Gwyneth moment.”
Bec & Bridge
We were so happy when Tash Sefton of They All Hate Us stepped out in this gorgeous Bec & Bridge piece. The high-neck, open back and asymmetrical hemline deserve to be on the red carpet, time and time again.