This is the ultimate look to steal from the boys! Try out a sumptuous shearling that’s a few sizes up looking rocker chic paired with some skinnies and buckle details is straight-up necessary. Designer counterparts can be a bit pricey, so check your local thrift shop for gems hiding in the mens section. We love the way this babe in blue rocks her look with thigh highs and a colorful purse, while the brown one offers a more androgynous, slouchy look.
Yes, your favorite trend from the ‘90s has made a comeback! These are two awesome and very different ways to rock the look - a preppy-edgy outfit that’s dope for both brunch and after-work drinks. The look on the right is giving us Aaliyah vibes, and we love the fishnets coming up over the hips instead of that tired ol’ Tommy Hilfiger underwear band. Do you dig the tailored look or the slouchy streetwear take on it?
Colorful leather might be a little too intimidating to rock, so we came up with two different options in black, because when is black leather on a chick not super sexy? The look on the left is European casual-chic, with a half tucked in athletic tee, a mens coat, and sneakers. The look on the right is a little more elevated due to the patent fabric, and is accordingly paired with pointy boots and a green bomber jacket for the perfect cool girl ensemble that you could wear to the office or a dinner party.
Another ’90s inspired look has returned, in a less tacky rendition. Glitter is the perfect way to go girly and add some casual elements for a versatile look with dimension; take this all-olive green ensemble on this librarian-chic babe, for instance. A slouchy sweater pairs with a slim, slitted sequin maxi dress and sleek ankle boots for a look that we’re drying to try out. This gal on the right keeps it a little more girly and casual with a messy bun, and grey socks and sneakers. Try out this grey+femme look; the muted tones contrast beautifully with that violet-pink shade on her skirt.
Dark Romantic Florals
We’re loving the deep embroidery on this slouchy sweater to the right, and its layering with a high necked, slightly longer white button down. The lines add depth and create a unique silhouette that doesn’t necessitate any jewelry - just a simple clutch. A light wash of jeans is the perfect addition - anything else would overpower the look. But if you are looking for overpowering - this full length coat features dramatic symmetrical patterns in a dreamy rose and turquoise, while high-heeled chunky boots keep the silhouette from looking too long, and makes it look cleaner.
Normal fur is alright, but why not brighten it up a little bit? Animal lovers, try out the faux rendition. Cropped or longer - what’s your poison? The cropped look on the right is more on the elegant side, with a matching head-wrap and purse, and bold pants. The color-blocked, longer option on the left is a little more fun and ’70s inspired, paired with a groovy purse and shades.
It’s hard to wear velvet without adding 10 pounds to yourself, or looking like your aunt at a holiday party. But this twinning duo on the right got their color tones just right for the cooler seasons. Wrap dresses are definitely the way to don velvet - it allows you to cinch at the waist and still get some slouch without looking frumpy. The flowing trench option on the right is a nit less dramatic option, and the mustard shade is ideal for the fall/winter season. We love how both ladies accessorized with a fur scarf instead of jewelry, which would weigh down a velvet look rather than making it lighter (which it needs, as a thicker, clingier fabric).