As how most soft textures in unstructured silhouettes associate themselves with feminine elegance, there are indeed other routes we can take with those.
Minimalism, the awkwardly abused fashion term now practically girdles everything that lacks flavor, risks being rumored to be the new dull. It is not. It's captivating. And it takes a few more thoughts than just monochrome shades and basic styles to achieve that.
Among the chic Parisian, quirky British, and the minimal Scandinavian, the last is also my personal go-to. It's the equivalent of sushi in my gastronomic life.
Ruffled through but timely shaped into a slightly masculine silhouette and patterned into the classic vertical stripes, this top helps ease me in.
Stand-up collar, oversized sleeves, slouchy but clean-lined silhouette are no longer privileged; nor is patchwork denim. A modern ensemble is within everyone’s reach.
Nothing ultra trendy or cynical but simply aesthetically long-standing and reassuring, essentials like these Kenneth Cole pieces well tolerate manipulating context and personal identity to the garments, a major feat given the current market outlook where individual languages aspire to shape and be heard.
Discipline and order are only part of the grown-up world; the reminiscence of youth is another. These jeans are emotionally developed enough to be capable of, well, the latter.
Here is a budget-friendly entrance into the on-trend hoodie scene, in case the outsized hoodie trend comes out a misfortune.
Black-and-metallic purple mesh knit bodysuit a.k.a. alien bodysuit in my book x Favorite most nun-dress-code-appropriate skirt of my wardrobe = my New York Fashion Week outfit on repetition
Purposefully disheveled volumes are at full speed. But will overuse create cynical, cut-short trends?