Who could believe it? It’s been thirty years since Neighbours first hit our screens. The aussie soap has launched the careers of many famous faces today, including Russell Crowe, Margot Robbie and most notably, Kylie Minogue. Kylie stole our hearts when she tied the knot with Jason Donovan on the TV programme, back in 1987. Since then, she’s become one of the most beloved pop stars.

The pint size singer may have come to fame with big hair and shoulder pads, but both her popularity and fashion credentials have continued to rise. Her current feminine style is now one of our favourites and we just can’t get her out of our heads. To celebrate the anniversary of Neighbours, we’re showing you how to steal her style. Although her most iconic outfits may consist of gold hot pants and feather headdresses, we thought we’d show you how to get one of her more wearable -but still glamorous- looks.

Steal her Style: Kylie MinogueGet the look- from left: No. 1 by Jenny Packham silver plated red stone earrings, Carvela red high heel court shoes, Phase Eight geranium and nude ariel dress, Nails Inc. Beaufort Street gel effect nail polish, Principles by Ben de Lisi red satin clutch bag.

A lover of Dolce & Gabbana’s womanly designs, Minogue looked stunning in an all red Dolce ensemble, at the reveal of the Claridge’s Christmas tree last year. Steal her look with this delicately embroidered Phase Eight dress, which echoes Dolce & Gabbana’s signature lace.

Channel the lady in red by teaming your dress with luxurious red accessories, like this satin clutch bag. If -like Kylie- you’re a little on the petite side, embrace statement heels; these red Carvela court shoes won’t disappoint. To complete the dazzling look, sweep your hair into an updo and add sparkling chandelier earrings. Don’t forget a slick of red nail varnish to ensure you look polished to perfection.

The singer’s seductive yet ladylike look is ideal for upcoming summer occasions, so make sure you add more, more, more red for a Kylie inspired look.

(Image courtesy of Richard Young/REX)