Tag Archives: denim
Such a great look for fall that has everything going for it: a tiger-stripe trench, faded denim, green lurex sweater and those dazzling shades. Also note the styling with the sweater tucked into the jeans. Yes, this is happening now!
The Doors bag and two-tone heels are not that far from a lunch box and saddle shoes. Back-to-school accessories will gear you up for fall.
A great everyday look spotted in Brooklyn.
How to wear a white dress into fall: pair it with a denim jacket and lots of great accessories, as seen on Carlotta Oddi at Milan fashion week last September.
Denim is still a must-buy for this time of year – call it the back to school instinct that never ends. A model at the New York shows draped a denim shirt with whipstitching over shorts and a tee for a layered look.
A straw hat and bright yellow tunic over jeans and mules made for a great transitional look at NY Fashion Week in September.
Seen on the streets, a combination of vintage and new items that adds up to timeless chic.
Staying chic even in the rain with a fantastically painted leather coat and feather-trimmed jacket at Paris fashion week.
A surprising micro trend that’s emerging right now: white socks, worn even with heels, though they’ve also been spotted with boat shoes or loafers. Irina Lakicevic styled hers to make black shoes look like spats at the Chanel show.
You may be wondering right about now when it will be time to break out the white jeans. The answer is: it’s never too early to wear white jeans, as seen on Eglantina Zingg of Project Runway Latin America – in February! This is one wardrobe item that needs a refresher every year or so. A cropped pair with raw cuffs is an updated spin on a classic.
Ece Sukan brightened up a winter day outside the Calvin Klein show in all white.
If you’re going to have to wear a winter coat well into March, at least make it a big pink one, as Helena Bordon did at Carolina Herrera. This Pepto Bismol pink shade kept popping up on guests at the shows during Fashion Month.
“Dressing down” does not have to mean wearing athleisure gear from head to toe, especially in New York City. This woman in Astor Place looked comfortable but chic in a open bouclé coat over a cool tee, pink knit hat, torn jeans and ankle boots.
Layering is more than a means of keeping warm. At the Sacai show in Paris, Helena Bordon layered a turtleneck under a patent leather bustier for a look that was both chic and cozy. This technique dials down the sexiness of slip dresses and strapless tops to make them work for daytime. It’s also a way of extending your summer wardrobe into the cooler months.