Aussie model Jessica Gomes is one the country’s top models and has appeared Vogue and Glamour, modelled for DKNY and Victoria’s Secret and is currently a David Jones ambassador. It’s no surprise that her style is one to watch. From simple casual pairings such as jeans and a bomber jacket, to high-octane glamour in showstopping gowns on the red carpet, there’s seemingly no look she can’t master. Her off-duty style is one that most women can bookmark – it’s easy, effortless and with just a bit of edge. This look is perfect for warm, balmy summer days.
A white tee and denim are a guaranteed winning combination. A simple crew neck tee is a versatile addition to your wardrobe as it’s essentially a blank canvas – add some jewellery, team it with a skirt or shorts or a pair of wide-leg pants and you’ve got yourself a stylish look that’s understated and on trend.
A pair of denim shorts is a great go-to during summer. If you’re not comfortable flashing a lot of leg, simply find a pair in a length that’s flattering to you.
The simple combination of jeans and a white tee is made a little less straightforward with the addition of a statement black belt. A belt with silver embellishment such as the one Gomes is wearing makes for a great focal point to an outfit and gives it a point of difference.
She’s a Myer ambassador, entrepreneur, a judge on Australia’s Next Top Model and one of the country’s most successful models. It’s no wonder that Jennifer Hawkins’ style is one that incites major wardrobe envy. She moves from sexy and sultry bodycon dresses and sky statements heels one minute to relaxed beachy looks the next, but each is guaranteed to be injected with her quintessential Aussie girl next door vibe. Here’s how to make this summery look all your own…
A simple white shirt is a versatile summer staple. Find one in a lightweight fabric such as cotton or linen and you can pop it on over a skirt, shorts or use it as a chic cover up at the beach.
Pastel pieces are always a pretty option in spring/summer and when teamed with white it really ensures the colour pops. It’s a great feminine look for a balmy evening.
They’re ubiquitous yes, but there’s no denying the appeal of a pair of crisp white sneakers. I own the same Adidas Superstars as Hawkins and can attest to the fact they are ridiculously versatile. Dresses, jeans, skirts, shorts, you name it they can be paired back with it.
Model Coco Rocha has covered virtually every major magazine in existence including Vogue, Elle, Allure, Glamour, Marie Claire and i-D. She has walked for Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs and Emanuel Ungaro and fronted campaigns for Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin and Yves Saint Laurent. Her style has always been chameleonic going from colourful and quirky one minute to monochromatic and polished the next, however her looks are always strong and make a statement. If ever there was a reason to embrace a bold coloured dress, this is it…
A hot pink dress is certainly not one for the faint-hearted but Rocha manages to pull it off and make it look chic. A tip: if you’re going to rock a bright, form fitting dress, keep it looking demure by going for one with a knee length hemline.
Peep toe booties
Pink and black has always been a winning combination and in this instance it helps to ground the showstopping nature of the dress. Plus you’re guaranteed to get plenty of wear out of black booties as they will work with virtually everything in your wardrobe.