20 Fashion Brands Sofia Richie Grainge Always Has Stocked in Her Closet

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Sofia Richie Grainge is a style icon, quiet luxury queen, and It girl extraordinaire. So when she gives something her stamp of approval, we take note. Especially if it’s fashion-related.

Since catapulting into social media fame earlier this year, the Town & Country September cover star has been praised by Gen Z fashionistas around the world for her minimalist sense of style. Her wardrobe has become such a phenomenon that there are even Instagram accounts dedicated to her daily outfits. “I’m so flattered by that,” she tells T&C. “They’ll ask me, ‘Where’s this bag from? I can’t find these pants,’ and I’ll send them the link. So we’re in cahoots!”

Some of the designers you can often find the budding influencer wearing? Chanel, The Row, and Bottega Veneta. But there are also budget-friendlier

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Forever 21, Good American and more

Get all dolled up in Barbiecore-inspired pieces.

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We’re living in a Barbie world this summer, sartorially speaking. Thanks to the recent Barbie-inspired trend, dubbed “Barbiecore,” celebrities have been getting dolled up in playful outfits. The all-pink aesthetic took off alongside much-discussed photos from the set of the upcoming “Barbie” movie starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling. 

A-listers such as Megan Fox and Kim Kardashian have put their own spin on the hot—and literally hot pink—trend all summer. Pops of pink have also brightened red carpets for months, with celebrities including Lizzo and Sebastian Stan donning designs from Valentino’s bright pink fall 2022 collection. You don’t need designer labels or a Hollywood budget to try the trend, however. Below, we’ve gathered 15 ways to add a bit of Barbiecore to your wardrobe. Come on Barbie, let’s go shopping! 

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