If you are anything like me, then you truly enjoy the transitional period that comes between the sweltering summer months and fall. The temperature cools at night, yet the days are still filled with sunshine and warmth. For a style maven, this time also provides a unique opportunity to wear pieces from both seasons.
The designers have spoken: red is the color to invest in this fall. Givenchy painted their coats with the hue for their fall 2017 collection, and Tod’s sent head-to-toe looks down the runway that boasted the color as well.
This new section of my blog, dutifully titled What I Wore will simply highlight a look I recently wore that I deemed worthy enough to share on The Chic Street.
There will be no briefing on the latest trend, or detailed account of why I styled the ensemble in such a manner (unless I am feeling particularly frisky that day).
Keeping it simple.
Outfit Details: Express Denim Skirt \ ASOS Basic Crop \ Ilana Saddle Bag (c/o FRYE)
There are times when a trend is simply so beautiful that I happily embrace it without a second thought. However, sometimes my adoration for a trend reaches such a fervor, and I grab onto it so tightly that within a few, short weeks my closet is bursting at the seams with it.
(Cue the chorus from my favorite Cardigans’ track, Love Fool: Love me, love me. Say that you love me.)
Mango Lace Top \ Madewell Button Denim (similar here)
It should come as no surprise that denim regularly gets a makeover. I still usually gravitate towards a simple, cropped skinny jean, but I have to admit that I am starting to have a wandering eye.
What has caught my attention?
Buttons can make a real statement on a pair of jeans, denim skirt or even a jean jumper. Keep the styling simple by pairing it with a basic tee, or add this season’s most sought after and versatile textile: lace. Just keep in mind that with details like this though, no one will be looking at your topper.
Yes, my style mavens, the off-the-shoulder trend is
played out officially over.
However, I am not here to tell you to be a slave to fashion and switch your closet out every time a new trend emerges or dissolves. Instead, I am simply here to make you aware of the various ways one can show off their shoulders without having to wear the same strapless silhouette this season.