Celebrity Stylist Brad Goreski's 5 Tips to Look Trendy

Brad Goreski: Summer Style Must-Haves
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Celebrity stylist Brad Goreski seems to have done it all, and he's only just getting started.

In an interview with "Nightline," the 34-year-old Canadian fashion expert talked about his whirlwind world as a sought-after celebrity stylist and offered these style tips for the summer season.

1.
Prints on Prints

"This means you wear two prints together, whether it's a printed pant and a printed shirt, or printed maxi skirt and a printed blouse, there's print everywhere this season so make sure you get some," he said.

Goreski added that if you're not daring enough to mix prints together in one outfit, you can opt to wear them separately.

2.
Denim on Denim, or the 'Canadian Tuxedo'

"I'm Canadian, so I'm a big fan of the Canadian tuxedo, that's what we call it," Goreski said. "I wear it all the time."

If the full denim outfit doesn't suit you, Goreski suggested just working a denim shirt into your closet.

"It's great as a cover-up. It's great with a little pair of white cutoffs ... or a wedge, trust me you'll wear it with everything," he said.

Photo credit: Caroline McCredie/Getty Images

3.
Neon Is Back!

"I know it's not the '80s anymore, but the '80s are back with a vengeance," Goreski said. "Get yourself some neon, whether it's a cute sneaker, a pump or a cross-body bag, add to your wardrobe a pop of neon."

4.
Wear Florals

Florals come in lots of variations, Goreski said.

"You can have them in a floral printed jean, you could have them in a light-printed floral dress," he said. "Depends on your style personality whether you want to have both florals or more of a watercolor floral."

5.
Add a Hat

"I'm talking about a fedora or a straw hat, anything you want to rock on your head this season," Goreski said.

It's for men too. For a men's wear inspired look, he suggested "throwing on a straw fedora."

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