Winter Flowers :: Floral skirt & Cropped jacket
Happy Wednesday everyone!
Unlike the last two posts, this is not a practice in layering but one in endurance. It’s about how fast can you go from cab to show and then show to dinner. I wore this outfit to an indoor studio shoot, then raced to a show, and then afterwards to a dinner party. The top half of my body was quite warm and comfortable, but showing bare legs required more endurance. I learned to walk very fast once the cab door swung open and even faster after my feet hit the ground. For only one time this week, I threw practicality out the door and embraced the spirit of Fashion Week fully.
I really appreciate the uniqueness of this skirt. A fitted top portion coupled with a flare balloon-like bottom third, this floral piece has lots of movement and vitality. I think that some designs really have a personality and this one has an especially happy aura. With lots of bounce and swing, it makes braving the cold a lot more fun!
Also, we’re so excited to see Jason Wu’s debut collection for Boss Womenswear today! Join us virtually for the livestream starting at 2:30 PM EST below!
Thank you so much for reading!
:: Outfit ::
Top :: Burberry jacket (old) (faux leather option, sleek cropped option), Forever 21 sweater
Bottom :: Oscar de la Renta for The Outnet (similar shape here)
Shoes :: Jimmy Choo
Bag :: Chanel
Accessories :: Ek Thongprasert necklace (similar here), Jennifer Zeuner ring, Deborah Lippmann ‘Fade to black’ polish