Alexander Wang has found a rare way to incorporate your everyday sweatsuit into the workplace through clever design and precise cuts. Keeping it chic and cool, Wang has orchestrated a pivotal moment for women who want to hone in on comfort and luxury at the same time. Fusing reinvented button downs with classic cigarette slacks seems to be a reoccurring theme that brings a sense of sophistication and a hint of androgyny. Holding steadfast to a strong color palette consisting of Kelly green, crisp whites, cool grey’s and sharp black’s- Wang kept the vibe professional and straightforward. I can appreciate the styling aspect that showcases the pieces and the range they are able to hold in a woman’s wardrobe. From dressing skirts down with flat boots to pairing wide legged pant with open-toed sandals, the styling precisely enables women to have a magnitude of choices with each piece. Knock offs are probably already being created to replicate Wang’s vision, and I can see why. Signing off.
This time of the year has been chaotic to say the least. Managing in retail has been consuming my life, leaving little to no time for fashion styling or blogging. I’m definitely ready to get back into the swing of things regarding fashion. Today, I made time to take some photos- So, you guys wouldn’t forget about me.
My look was definitely weather appropriate, seeing that it is below 40 degrees here in Cincinnati. The air is crisp, signaling the changing of the seasons again. I snagged a killer wide brimmed hat from the new Forever 21 at Liberty Center last week, which inspired my whole look. I’m developing a new love for oversized hats and head gear, and this hat caught my attention quickly.
I dressed in a warm, neutral toned button down top that I grabbed from the men’s section of the thrift store, and paired that with my white washed Levi’s. Gold is always the move when it comes to accessories for me. I stacked a few bracelets, and added my new ear cuff to the equation as well. My patterned scarf was also a purchase from the men’s section of the thrift store, which added a nice and warm touch. Adding the overcoat was definitely just for the drama- I love it.