Arguably the biggest perk to following celebs is checking out their trendy attire. See how much you know about celebrity fashion by taking this quiz.
Wearing two (or more) popular hues together gets a fashion thumbs-up this season. Blocking solid colors into a single look is both trendy and celeb-worthy!
Tangerine, and all the orange-to-red shades in between, are showing up on jeans, handbags and summer dresses. Jennifer Hudson has been seen on several occasions celebrating the season in this bright and cheerful color.
Ashton Kutcher led the trucker hat trend in the early 2000s. While the combo of messy hair and a hat had its day, we're happy more sophisticated lids are now making their way onto celebrity heads.
For some reason, going out in public without pants became a celebrity trend. Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera and even Beyonce have been photographed wearing stockings and bodysuits instead of actual pants.
Michelle Obama can pull off any look, but she does so with an accessible, playful style. She's truly been one of the most fashionable first ladies ever (next to Jackie O., of course).
Prints are a fun way to spice up any wardrobe. Celebrities are embracing floral, animal and geometric print trends, both for casual and formal events.
Like it or not, wearing denim with denim is making a comeback. Singer Rihanna works this trend often, and even though we still have the image of Britney and Justin's matching acid-washed outfits burned into our brains, denim on denim is likely to become even more fashionable in the coming months.
Kate Hudson wears the bohemian-chic look often (and well). Maxi dresses and skirts are a dependable staple of her wardrobe.
The "Mad Men" fashion craze has inspired lines of men's suits from multiple clothiers. Celebrities such as Ryan Gosling have readily embraced the slim styles of the 1960s.
Surprise! Black did not rule the red carpet this year. White-hot dresses brought a welcome pop to celebrity formal ware.