Fall’s almost here, and we can practically smell the pumpkin spiced lattes. While some are no doubt mourning the last days of shorts and open-toe shoes, we are decidedly looking ahead to the cool coats and chic boots on the horizon. And if you’re in need of outfit inspiration, all you need to do is look to the stars: the street style stars, to be specific. 

Turns out, a bevy of celebrities have all been rocking the same fall trends worth pinning onto your seasonal mood board. Six trends in particular are early contenders for the breakout of the season. Big, baggy jeans and boxy blazers are a favorite of stars like Kylie Jenner and Rihanna, while sky-high platforms and itty-bitty bags are being embraced by Zoë Kravitz and Lady Gaga. There’s also a rockstar-approved silhouette, and a surprising preppy piece that’s taking over.

Consider buying into these six fall trends below to instantly refresh your wardrobe for the season. As they’re all celebrity-approved, you can pretend you’re a Hollywood A-lister for the day. Win-win!

Below, the 6 celebrity-approved fall trends to know. 

The big, baggy jean

Emily Ratajkowski, Katie Holmes, and Rihanna

Go big or go home: Emily Ratajkowski, Katie Holmes, and Rihanna have all stepped out in loose, baggy jeans. Pair the oversized denim with a tighter-fitting top and sleek accessories, like a crisp white sneaker or structured leather bag.

Are you ready to wear heels again? Olivia Rodrigo, Ariana Grande, and Lady Gaga have all slipped into skyscraper footwear. Consider platforms your new going-out shoe. Pair it with a sweet slip dress, or colorful tights for a mod feel. 

Streamline your life with a mini bag that only fits your lip gloss and phone. Doja Cat, Paloma Elsesser, and Zoë Kravitz have all worn small top-handle bags that are the perfect finishing touch for your outfit. The best part? They work for both day and night.

Vetements single-breasted Prince-of-Wales check wool jacket

Call it geek-chic. Rosalía, Dua Lipa, and Kendall Jenner have all proved the preppy vest can be cool. To avoid looking like a math teacher, try pairing it with chunky boots, high-waisted jeans, or a colorful bag.