Is it just me, or do these seersucker-like, striped suits seems to be in? I saw Sonya (@classisinternal) wearing practically the same one. My suggestion? Grab yourself one. They are edgy with a whole lot of class.
Feel instantly in love when I saw these cute outfits! The matching geometric pattern (left) make this simple outfit interesting. Both girls incorporated a plain white top into their outfits, which shows minimalistic qualities of their outfits. Plus, I love the pastels. Above are a few pieces I was inspired by for this NYFW look! Click on them for a closer look!
A classic look in my book. I can't get enough of the quilted Chanel bag. This is minimalism and class at it's finest! Basic black cropped sweater + denim skirt + cute simple bag + rocking black heels. If you want this outfit, I have you covered.
This is a simple outfit, but the first thing that caught my eye was the bag. If you've seen me around campus, you've probably seen my North Face backpack that is stitched full of patches from different countries and places. It's actually a project my dad started and used it as his travel backpack, but I plan to take over now and start filling it, or another bag, with patches from my own journeys. It's such a fun DIY project! I've included some patched-up clothing above!
I've always loved these deep orange colors for Fall. Very practical for a night out! I have a thing for suede these days so I think the jacket is just perfect! I'm stealing this look.
Chiara (The Blonde Salad) is by far, my favorite fashion blogger just because her style is so different and ever-changing. I connect with her because I always like switching it up too; I never like feeling stagnant in terms of my style. That rainbow co-ord, plus, our favorite: patches again! This outfit is just so fun that it makes me want to smile!
I love all the little details of this outfit. The white sunglasses give it a pop and correspond well with the jacket. The phone case she has is one I've wanted for a while! If you look closely, it's one of those white marble-looking ones. And of course, the choker she is wearing is cute and simple! I actually just bought one that is similar for myself at TopShop!
This top really reminds me of a satin Valentino top my mom had when she was young. The material is just so gorgeous. I love how she pulls it off to be casual with the high-waisted jeans. To make this look less casual, you could play around with wearing slacks or a skirt with the top, or just simply adding some jewelry!
This all-white look with the statement Chanel bag is killer. Everything about this is so unique. And there are not many other places a look like this could be pulled off besides Fashion Week. But, we can all use a sheer, chiffon top in our lives, whether we wear a cami or just a bralette under it.
Maxi skirts are great: they are so low-maintenance and fun to wear. This outfit is simple and cute. Perfect for a nice Sunday or even going to school or work! It's very appropriate for any occasion.
I hope you enjoyed this #NYFW post! If you would like to see a post about my favorite runway shows, let me know in the comments! Thanks for reading! Have a beautiful weekend!