Embrace tie-dye because it’s in full force on the runways. If you care to invest in a piece then I suggest you do so now and wear it straight through summer. Not all tie-dye pieces will have you on board with this trend. But here are few selections that can easily be worked into a wardrobe. Maybe one piece would be fun to play with. The Raquel Allegra (California-based designer with an interesting approach to everyday wear) jumpsuit piqued my interest. It also checks the box for both trends: jumpsuit + tie-dye. Brace yourself, the cost of tie-dye is shockingly expensive!
Jonathon Simkhai denim, Raquel Allegra jumpsuit, DSQUARED denim shirt, Jerome Drefus clutch bag, Diesel Black Gold dress, Raquel Allegra blue pink dress, MM6 t shirt (subtle, I like it), PSWL short sleeve poplin shirt
Hair ties, typically scattered from handbags to the everything drawer but never on hand when you need one. They will never go out of style. The other day, I noticed a friend wearing a silk bow tie scrunchie. It was a sweet twist that looked chic not to mention kind on the hair. Check out Silke London (also check out their very cool head wraps!) and Slip for new alternatives that won’t break or damage your hair. Plus bows are so trendy at the moment!
Here is something to think about for spring! The boiler style jumpsuit, the all-in-one is becoming a wardrobe staple. It makes itself an easy go to piece. Neutral tone colors are safe but the brights are super fun. I do believe you have to style it to really pull it off. The fit and fabric are important. It can’t be too tight or to loose and ill-fitting on the backside. You want enough fabric to play around with the sleeves and pant cuffs to achieve a nonchalant appearance (see the Scandi cool girl above rocking the Ganni pink jumpsuit). Or perhaps dressing in a monochromatic inspired look of a one piece like Victoria Beckham’s army green ensemble. A style that is chic, sophisticated, but also very utilitarian.
Dress it up or down with kicks or heels. Make it seasonless by layering with a tee, turtleneck, or approach it like a button down shirt. Don’t over accessorize. The boiler suit is meant to be uncomplicated. The one major downside: the complete undressing to use the bathroom. Otherwise it is all up. No matter your take on this style, you can’t ignore the clean, chic look of the dark navy suit, soft black knee-high boots, and the Bottega Veneta bag. It rivals any two piece number you can put together! (all images from Pinterest) . Check Net-A-Porter, & Other Stories, Garmentory