Style School: How to Dress Like an Instagram Star with Kate Ogata

Ready to see what Kate’s picks are from Stitch Fix? Keep reading!

Kate Ogata's Picks


  1. Long Layers: Whenever I’m having a “nothing-to-wear” moment, my go-to outfit consists of a tee, jeans, and a long cardigan or trench coat. This trusted closet staple can transform any casual look into a polished one.
  2. Bright Blouses: The easiest way to jumpstart your morning? Throw on a vibrant hue. A saturated hue like cobalt or fuschia can seamlessly transition from spring to summer. Try them with white jeans or linen trousers.
  3. Spring-To-Summer Sneakers: I wear sneakers 75% of the week. Whether it’s a with a dress or jeans, a simple low-top style can replace any sandal or flat.  
  4. Light Wash Denim: Brighten up your spring #OOTDs with light-wash denim in a straight or boyfriend cut. I opt for cropped silhouettes that hit above or at the ankles for the most flattering silhouette.
  5. Printed Leggings: For days when you can’t even, leggings can save the day. Shake up your basic black with a printed pair instead. If leopard is too much, try something more subtle like marble print or a shiny solid (I got both of these in recent Fixes)!
  6. Classic Flats: When sneakers feel a bit too casual, I throw on a pair of pointed flats. If you find ballet flats uncomfortable, try a loafer instead — the “upper” part of the shoe covers more surface area alleviating some of the pressure on your toes.
  7. Denim Jacket: Running out the door? Top off any spring outfit with a jean jacket. For a more trend-forward feel, look for an oversized or cropped version.
  8. Embellished Tee: Give your average tee and jeans look a boost with an embroidered or graphic twist. It’s an easy way to incorporate pattern and color to your most casual outfits.
  9. Button-Up Shirt: A breezy, lightweight button-up shirt will be your favorite springtime staple. Tie the ends together for a retro feel or wear it open over a graphic tee (see #8!) for a laidback, cool girl vibe.
  10. Floral Top: Florals for spring? Groundbreaking. No really! Switch out your stripes with this flirty pattern or dabble into print mixing by paring them together.


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