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7 Jewish Celebrity Date Night Outfits—and How to Copy Them for Less

There is nothing worse than the first-date jitters. You are meeting a person you hardly know for an occasion that has a completely uncertain outcome.

One thing you can control? Rocking the perfect outfit for the occasion.

These seven Jewish celebrities mastered a variety of looks that are appropriate for any type of date. Here’s how to copy them on a budget.

Sarah Jessica Parker

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If any woman knows how to dress up, it’s SJP. Here, she shows us how a long, romantic maxi dress can work for a celeb-filled event. This look is particular on-trend with its cutout shoulders, and would be great for a more formal event, like a cocktail party. Try your own version of the boho-glam dress. Add some strappy heels and a swipe of lipstick and you will be golden.

Adam Brody

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Like his O.C. alter ego, Adam Brody dresses equal parts geek and chic. Brody’s cognac V-neck sweater and white oxford shirt are a classic, yet casual combination, and the relaxed khakis, coordinating leather belt, and worn-in converse add the perfect amount of nonchalant polish. Achieve Brody’s look with a J. Crew lambswool sweater, a pair of converse, and a white button-down and khaki pants.

Mila Kunis

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Mila’s sophisticated pantsuit transitions easily from work to play. The sheer top and red heels add just the right amount of sex appeal to the otherwise all-black look. This outfit is perfect for a nice dinner or an art gallery exhibition. Steal Mila’s look with a satin-trimmed blazer, cropped trousers, red pointy-toed heels and a black mesh top.

Paul Rudd

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He may be known for his funny-man roles, but Paul Rudd’s off-screen style is actually quite serious. Rudd’s brown pea coat, plaid button-down, jeans, and dress shoes are casual enough for a stroll in the park, but still sleek enough for a Broadway production. Mimic Rudd’s effortless vibe with a wool-blend pea coat, a plaid shirt and a pair of jeans.

Dianna Agron

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If you’re meeting a prospective date for dinner and drinks, a flirty dress like Dianna’s is always a fail-safe option. Ruffled sleeves and a colorful, whimsical print could potentially be overpowering, but Agron’s black tights and black strappy heels ground the look without detracting from it. Achieve Agron’s look with a printed chiffon dress, a pair of black ankle-strap heels and a coordinating handbag.

Andrew Garfield

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Garfield’s clean-cut, minimal look would be perfect for any date-night occasion, from a rooftop bar to a movie. Also, monochromatic black is always an undeniably chic choice. Sport a black sweater, black chinos and a button-down underneath for a swoon-worthy look.

Whitney Port

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Whitney Port is the queen of downtown cool, so it is no surprise that the fashion designer knows how to dress up a pair of jeans. This crop turtleneck, jeans and heels pairing would be great for a more laid-back event like a concert or a film festival. All you need is a trendy cropped sweater, some distressed denim, and a pair of lux-looking heels to complete the look.


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