The duo of denim tops and jeans is a trend that isn’t going anywhere soon. Be inventive and make this duo a trio by adding a layer with an additional denim skirt.
Color block your separates, adding vibrancy on the top and a strong neutral on the bottom. Give the look some pizazz with printed slip-ons and a striped clutch.
If you are starting with a beautiful maxi skirt with sheer lace inserts (usually worn dressed up with heels), and want to create a casual chic look, try adding a conservative silk button down blouse and high top sneakers. So visionary!
Is there a more casual item than distressed cut off shorts? Not one comes to my mind. Yet, there are plenty of ways of amping up the chic quotient on the denim staple. My new favorite is adding a fluid trench coat, and stacked heel fringe lace up sandals.
The great feat of a statement piece is you don’t need much else to create an awe-inspiring look, except maybe gorgeous strapped heeled sandals. Leandra’s Alexandre Vauthier’s amazing asymmetric jacket/dress needs no other accoutrements (except for the aforementioned heels). If you have an extra long blazer, try buttoning it off-center for the above look.
Want to take a 70’s trend in a modern direction? Follow Diane Kruger’s lead and keep it simple with classic silhouettes. The print in her blouse, and her vibrant blood-red shoulder bag also take this look into the 21st century.
Couture Fall 2015 Street Style
Here are a few of my favorite looks from the Couture Fall 2015 shows that wrapped last week. Such inspiration!
Elana Pirmanova In Isabel Marant & Chloe Bag // Araya Alberta Hargate // Paris Couture Street Style // Nicole Warne & Chiara Ferragni In Christian Dior // Paris Couture Street Style // Sofi?a Sanchez de Betak in Tramando // Leaf Greener In Perrin Paris Clutch // Candela Novembre // Anna Della Russo // Paris Couture Street Style // Paris Couture Street Style // Anja Rubik In Emilio Pucci