Photo via: The OutfitThis street style stunner is giving us life! She is head-to-toe perfection in round sunglasses, an edgy leather jacket, a neutral turtleneck, high-waisted vintage jeans styled with a gold belt, and sexy strappy heeled sandals. A major plus in our book is that she brilliantly color coordinates her bright gold belt with her shiny stack of bracelets.Get the look:+ Wildfox Winona Sunglasses+ PeleCheCoco Leather Biker Jacket+ American Vintage Mercede Turtleneck+ Frame Le
Photo via: Refinery 29Completely in awe of this unique take on spring layering. To re-create this cool and original look, just wear an oversize stripe top, a brown apron wrap skirt layered over a light blue skirt and pair it with a slouchy black clutch and bold red mule heels. Get the look:+ Enza Costa Stripe Crew Neck+ Marie Turnor The Lunch Clutch+ Each X Other Wrap Skirt+ Esley Linen Midi Skirt+ Nine West Fiana Mule SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
Photos via: WWD | WWW This street style star's accessory game is on point! Crushing on her bold pearl ear cuff, oversize round sunnies and silk print scarf. These spring accessories are guaranteed to give any outfit an instant upgrade!Get the look:+ Elizabeth And James Montgomery Sunglasses+ Hermès Silk Square Scarf+ Ralph Lauren Mira Square Scarf+ Topshop Washed 90's Sweatshirt+ Mango Cross-body Pebbled Bag SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
Photo via: PopsugarHere is Kate Davidson Hudson looking both adorable and ladylike in a mock neck crop top and navy flared pants suit. Her crop top adds a sensual and feminine touch to an otherwise menswear inspired suit.Get the look:+ Missguided Navy Boyfriend Suit Blazer+ BP. Black Mock Neck Crop Tank+ Vince Medium Embossed Clutch+ Theory Custom Max Stretch Wool Pants SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read entire story here.
Photo via: Collage VintageWhen things heat up, it's time to lighten up. There's nothing like a crisp pair of white pants to put us in the mood for spring and summer. It's a chic staple that's also extremely versatile for work-to-play wear. These slouchy white pants ease this street style star into spring with a lightweight oversized coat, a printed scarf and edgy python ankle boots.Get the look:+ Jaipur Atelier Grand Foulard Shawl+ Boutique Oversized Trench Coat+ The Row Two For One 10th Tote
Photo via: Candy de ShotGiorgia Tordini's street style is always on point. You can't go wrong with great denim, a flowing jacket, and black flats, right? Here she takes a basic jeans and tee ensemble and elevates it with statement sunglasses, a long coat and pointed-toe flats. Get the look:+ Henri Bendel Bella Flat Top Sunglasses+ ASOS Maxi Military Coat+ Madewell Slub Crewneck Tee+ Rag & Bone/JEAN The Principle Pencil Leg Jeans+ ASOS LOST Pointed Ballet Flats SOURCE: Le Fashion - Read
The Coach show involved a massive T-Rex ice sculpture and so many adorable outfits I wanted to wear right away. It also marked the end of New York’s blistering cold snap with a balmy 10 degree day! So understandably I was excited to strip off my heavy coats and instead simply shrug on this starry Diesel sweater and jeans. A huge thank you to the lovely Sandra Semburg for photographing this outfit for Vogue Paris (and for capturing so many of my other outfits during the week). Jumper,
Photo Credit: Phill Taylor Hi guys! For the fifth day of PFW I wore an Elie Saab jacket and bag, a Hermes scarf all with a favorite pair of leather overalls I got from my last trip to Japan. Underneath the overalls is a simple top from Zara and to complete the look I’m wearing Dior booties and WWL sunglasses. Have a great day! SOURCE: Olivia Palermo - Read entire story here.
Another shot by beautiful Sandra Semburg for her site A Love Is Blind, taken as I was on my way into the Creatures Of The Wind show at New York Fashion week. I’m Wearing: Cardigan, I Love Mr Mittens. Top, Sandro Paris. Jeans, Levi’s. Hat, Gucci. Bag, Jerome Dreyfuss. Boots, Marimekko. And boy was the show breath-taking! Held inside a impressive and very decadent hall in Midtown, it was my first show I’d attended in New York and I was absolutely amazed by the beautiful
Voluminous textured outerwear, edgy cut-outs, vintage-style tartan and tweed suiting, military coats, masculine tailoring, oversized stitched seam details, 90s grunge and clean lines mixed with loose draping and minimal layering. Strong leather pieces and metal accents pared back with delicate ribbed knits and silky slips. The Fall 2016 offering at New York Fashion Week had a refreshing element of restraint, with designers mixing and matching heavier winter pieces with more traditional