Denim on denim: It’s a tricky beast. When done correctly, it looks amazing—but one minor misstep and you can wind up with a situation similar to the Justin Timberlake/Britney Spears debacle of 2001. Luckily, there are some denim-on-denim rules to follow if you want to avoid a double denim nightmare, and we’ve taken the liberty of laying them out below.
Something about the double-denim trend—often referred to as a Canadian tuxedo—feels innately wrong fashion-wise. Even when we see street style stars execute the look flawlessly, it can still be intimidating to try to pull it off ourselves. That said, we needn’t fear what is essentially the unexpected pairing of two total staples! This trend is actively used by Gigi Hadid, Haley Bieber and Rihanna.
Wearing underwear as outerwear can be deemed controversial, but it's all about how you style it. Consider it the top-half version of leggings as pants. You can wear a bra top on its own if you're brave, but the most common outfits we've been seeing are bra tops with high-waisted pants, shorts, jeans, or sweats, and a matching cardigan, denim jacket, button-down, or oversize blazer. Consider it the perfect summer trend. You can see some bra tops on Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Charlize Theron.
It’s versatile. It’s chic. It’s a touch of glamour in your everyday life: it’s metallic! You can count on this trend being around this fall, and one thing is for sure, metallic is for any age. But how do you wear it in a way that suits your personal style? Metallic comes in all forms and levels of shine, so you can select your metallic item(s) based on your personal style. This may mean for a more traditional femme that you go for a stack of gold & silver chain link bracelets and bangles as your pop. Or for a more classic femme, perhaps you do a silver loafer. For the bohemian lady, this is your time to go for a metallic flowy midi skirt. And for the trendy lady go bold with a metallic leather jacket, or a pair of metallic coated jeans or booties. All in all know, metallic is for everyone, no matter your style, size or age.Metallics are often seen on such models as Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid.
Naked dressing has been a thing for decades. Think: Kate Moss in a transparent metallic slip at an early-‘90s fashion party Rihanna in a bedazzled mesh Adam Selman gown at the CFDA Awards. No matter how popular the see-through trend has become, it still feels risky to go out in public with your undergarments (if even that) entirely exposed. It’s a matter of finding that delicate balance between chic, fashion-forward elements and boudoir-inspired sensuality.
Whether you’re going out with your friends or you’re heading to the office on a casual Friday, a laid-back style is the best way to go. Casual dress code typically consists of jeans, T-shirts, and cardigans. If you prefer skirts and sneakers, go for it! This is a relaxed and comfortable type of dressing – have some fun! Lots of celebrities use this trend in their daily looks. For example, Gigi Hadid, Kylie Jenner and others.