Blue Shades

Blue Shades Style

Monochrome dressing tends to veer toward the fancier side, but next time we’re crunched for time—or just want to look effortlessly cool on a Saturday—we’re taking a tip from Larissa Hofmann and mixing our favorite blue pieces. The model looked chic and comfortable in a cobalt waffle-knit and icy bag, but tailored black pants kept things nice and polished. Shop the look with our picks below—we won’t judge you for wearing it again on Monday.

New Wardrobe Staple

New Wardrobe Staple

Who knew such a relatively innocuous shape would enjoy such a mighty reign? And yet one style of jacket—cropped, boxy, and with a generous collar—has emerged from the fray of the Fall collections as the outerwear cut de rigueur. It marries a kind of ’70s dream girl appeal (perfect for those of us who might eschew the outright vintage-y feel of flares) with mod ’60s lines and still manages to keep both feet firmly on this side of the 21st century, aesthetically speaking. The shape might be most synonymous with Nicolas Ghesquière, who’s championed it (often paired with his now-signature A-line minis) since his Vuitton debut a year ago. But its versatility and quietly urbane qualities have made it a fast favorite across the industry—a good thing, too. While the shape reigned on the Fall runways, we think styles of its ilk make the perfect transitional piece for these early May days, to ward off chilly mornings and evenings and sling over one shoulder when things heat up midday. Click through the slideshow above for our favorite takes and our styling inspiration.
New Wardrobe Staple

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