Reese Witherspoon and Nina Dobrev Are Loving This Fall Shirt Style

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Reese Witherspoon is wearing a longtime fall favorite: a plaid button-up top.

For a casual day, the Big Little Lies star opted for a classic fall look complete by camel-toned booties, straight leg denim, a plaid top and a crossbody purse. The overall style is perfect for the superwoman, whose titles include mom, actress, producer and brand ambassador. It’s comfortable, casual and, most of all, cute. Plus, with her purse that features large front pockets (where she holds her iPhone), this look is built for multitasking.

While her accessories, denim and boots with low heels make her outfit functional, it’s the shirt that makes it stylish. She’s wearing the Rails Hunter Shirt, a blue, black and white button-up that she tucked into her blue jeans. 

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Nina Dodrev is loving this Rails piece, as well. However, the former Vampire Diaries star went a different direction when styling the piece for an NYC outing. She opted for denim shorts and black top, then layered the rayon top over it. To accessorize, she added black pumps, sunglasses and a red purse (adding a pop of color).

Both stars created looks that are impactful, casual and perfect for fall (although you may want to swap Nina’s shorts for pants as the weather gets cooler). If you want to join in on the style, their exact top is available for $158. Or, you can shop plaid tops and make an equally amazing fall style.

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Reese and Nina’s exact top: Hunter Spruce White Top, $158

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