“In the 70s and 80s, it was very unlikely to mix your patterns, textures, and proportions of clothing – the recombining of these advocates the unlikely yet contemporary combinations within our line, which then extends itself to your own fashion story. Today we're focusing on black as an accent color for your 'on the move' look.”
HIGH PRICE POINT, LOOK 1: from left to right, some covetable items for your closet... SCOUT's 4Boys Bag in Rasberry Beret Paisley and Yigal Azrouel's Biology-Print Scarf offer the perfect pop of color to your minimalist chic 'on the move' look; Jil Sander's Shearling Aviator Jacket offers subtle details that are contemporary yet timeless; Rick Owens' Cashmere Turtleneck top is luxe in fabric and sleek in cut; J Brand's Love Story Flares are a nod to the 70s that will look fab with heeled boots, or, when 'on the move', even better tucked into or out of Valentino's Studded Patent Rubber Boots.
LOW PRICE POINT, LOOK 2: from left to right, some perfectly-priced pieces for the on the go gal... SCOUT's Weekender in Angelina Ballerina Paisley with Nordstrom's Cashmere-Blend Wrap is the fun addition to this overall more sophisticated look; TopShop's Faux Fur Biker Jacket exemplifies easy luxury; Petit Bateau's Womens Long Sleeve Turtleneck is a must-have for fall/winter (and a staple in our own closets!); the classic denim brand Levi's has started producing more contemporary cuts, and these Black Rinse Jeggings will look fab with these XC-XACARET High-Heeled Boots.