How to wear your favourite celebrity style on a budget

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How to live vicariously through your favourite ASTRA celebrities – for less than you think

Oh, the ASTRAs. Subscription Television's night of nights. Well, more like those TV shows you binge watch and are your secret shame's night of nights. All the stars were there, and thanks to Twitter we got live updates of their outfits, their wins, their losses, and their always entertaining facial expressions as they pretended to have casual conversations with each other on the red carpet. But back to the outfits. If you're looking for some fashion inspiration, or just looking to steal outfit ideas from people who obviously pay their stylists well, we have you covered. We've not only scoured the Internet for dresses that will give you the same look as your favourite, ahem, 'stars', but we've got coupon codes to help you save on your purchase, too.

So you want to dress like Gina from The Real Housewives of Melbourne?

Gina Astra Dress

Gina looked like a million bucks on the red carpet – well, you'd want to if you had to exchange awkward glances with the other Housewives all night.

Steal her style with this pretty pink number.

Red Carpet Premium Crystal Cluster Bodycon Dress from ASOS

A beautiful pastel dress that can go seamlessly from day to night.

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So you want to dress like Maddie Ziegler from Dance Moms?


This pint-sized dancer of Dance Moms and Sia fame looked absolutely adorable on what was probably her millionth red carpet event. She went with a timeless piece, so no matter what age you are you can copy her look.

Salon Crystal Bodice Jacquard Prom Dress from ASOS

Featuring a boat neckline and metallic, detailed fabric, this is an ideal addition to any summer's day.

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So you want to dress like Jennifer Hawkins?


Of course she wore Alex Perry, but style isn't designer-specific. You can find this sleek black design from heaps of different brands and look just as smoking as Jennifer. Try this Love number on for size...

Love Halterneck Bodycon Maxi Dress With Open Back from ASOS

Turn heads with this full-length, halter piece that you can pair with flats or heels to create your ideal look.

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So you want to dress like Kerri-Anne Kennerley?


Why not? She looks like she had a good time, save for the reported wardrobe malfunction. But this is a different dress, so we think you'll be fine.

Bella Maxi from THE ICONIC

A light a billowy dress, the beautiful sweetheart neckline meets chiffon to create a stylish look.

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So you want to dress like Giuliana Rancic?


She looked amazing, as always. Then again, she has the style eyes of the world on her at every turn. This is a look that's definitely worth stealing.

Cutout Lace Sexy Pencil Dress from ASOS

With full-length lace sleeves and a fitted skirt, this is the perfect dress to take on the night.

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Elizabeth Barry

Elizabeth is a senior writer for specialising in personal finance. She enjoys reading PDSs so you don’t have to.

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