In a blink of an eye, it’s already a week into the new year. We hope you’ve already eased into it without any major issues, on the fashion front or otherwise!

As the cliched saying goes, new year calls for a new you. If you are looking for some solid style inspiration for a wardrobe makeover, we’ve found the best style stars for you ladies. 

Keep scrolling to take a leaf out of the Instagram feed of these Asian celebrities who have already made a remarkable fashion statement on their feeds in the first week of 2017. 

1. Rebecca Lim

How chic is this Chanel suit from its Resort 2017 collection that features clashing colours and details?

Style note: Be bold and brave this new year and embrace colours and prints.Forget about the outdated matchy matchy style rule because anything goes this year.

2. Fan Bing Bing

Fan Bing Bing never disappoints when it comes to making a style statement.

Judging from the elegant Lanvin silk suit that she wore at the press conference for her upcoming TV series, the pyjamas trend is definitely not going anywhere in 2017.

Try this spiffy head-turning look out at the office to impress your boss and colleagues!


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3. Jolin Tsai

Larger than life accessories have been a recurring trend in 2016, and will continue to be so in the upcoming year.

If you are still more comfortable with donning a little black dress for special occasions, you should try amping it up with a statement belt like Jolin. One simple accessory can change up the entire vibe of your outfit.

4. Jeanette Aw

Stuck in a workwear rut? Take a leaf from the style book of Jeanette Aw, who has cleverly added subtle details into her otherwise one-dimensional outfit.

Swap out your plain white shirt for one with contrast trims and buttons, and ditch the predictable pencil skirt for a pair with a feminine pleated style.


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5. Rainie Yang

Weekend lounge wear is as important as work wear! After a long week at work, the last thing we want to do is to worry about what we should wear on the weekends.

Rainie Yang nails it with a this snuggly and cosy grey ensemble that will work for just about any casual occasion, from a lazy brunch gathering to a movie date or chilling at your best pal’s pad.

6. Sammi Cheng

Red is an empowering and uplifting colour that we don’t wear enough of!

If you haven’t already got a confidence-boosting red piece of clothing, we strongly recommend that you do so now. Psst, it’s also perfect for Chinese New Year.


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7. Melody Liu

While other celebrities are making big style statements, Melody reminds us that we should not neglect our wardrobe staples:

A slouchy white T-shirt, comfortable ripped jeans and a trusty pair of ballet flats are all we need for an effortlessly stylish outfit.


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8. Paisley Hu

Paisley’s Instagram feed is always filled with plenty of on-point fashion-forward ensembles. This look is a new favourite of ours.

We love how she manages to work three seemingly unrelated elements – an edgy denim jacket, a casual pair of sneakers and a feminine maxi tulle dress with ruffles – in one cohesive outfit.


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9. Liu Wen

Last but not least, our favourite Asian supermodel Liu Wen reminds us with this gorgeous picture of hers that we should always oss in a bit of sparkle on our ears, no matter what our outfits may be.

If you want to look as flawless as them in your own #OOTD pictures, check out these 7 secret tricks you must know to get that perfect #OOTD shot here!