Style Diaries: How to dress like Lady Gaga on a budget

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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 07: Lady Gaga attends The TCL Chinese Theatre Hosts Sam Elliott Hand And Footprint Ceremony at TCL Chinese Theatre on January 07, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images)

Blue trench coat and black heels

Outerwear is just as important as any other item in a closet. If your coat is going to be the part of your outfit that people see the most for whatever reason, we want it to be a statement piece in its own right.

During Sam Elliott’s hand print ceremony outside the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Lady Gaga was pure perfection wearing a light blue trench coat along with a pair of shiny black heels. Considering her outfit is completely hidden by her coat, it makes sense that her outerwear is what is making the real statement.

Whether you wear a little black dress underneath, or perhaps a pair of jeans and a T-shirt, the truth is that your coat is telling its own story. With this blue trench coat, you are making it clear that you can handle a lot of color in your closet, which is why we love this Missy double-breasted trench coat in chambray from MICHAEL Michael Kors. Not only is this good for winter and spring, but at $90 as of this writing, you aren’t breaking the bank.

It’s a fashionable find that gives us the pop of color that Lady Gaga inspired us with, while also being an elegant coat in its own right. Once you pair this with black heels, you’ll bring the perfect look together without even trying.

Since we are channeling the singer’s look, we stuck with the black patent look when it came to finding the right heels. Luckily, DSW has us covered with a pair of Unisa Yema black pumps that come in at $39.99, which feels like a steal.

Overall, this is a simple look you might not have considered before. But we think this is a stunner that will have you wishing you had thought about a pop of color like this before.

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Missy Double Breasted Hooded Trench Coat

Unisa Yema Black Pumps