Loose silhouettes have become essentials in every woman’s wardrobe. Not only do they add texture to an outfit, but personal style is diversified too. Layers are ideal for autumn because they offer warmth and comfort. From maxi dresses to moto jackets, there are many standout pieces from the runways that can be reconfigured together. With athletic shapes and feminine fabrics, layering has never been more distinct.
Jeans never go out of style and these Vetements Reworked Biker Denim Jeans are no exception. Infused with vintage flair, these high-waisted pants can be worn with the Toogood Potter Top in Technical Suede and Dries Van Noten’s Ravik Coat for a splash of florals. These Ann Demeulemeester Suede Mules in Black will add just a little more height to the geometric creation that is your ensemble.
Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please Sleeveless Dress offers a fitted silhouette made for a stratum’s dream. You can wear the Junya Watanabe Graffiti Tee over to become an athletic combination. These Dries Van Noten Sneakers in Black make all the difference for those who like to be on the move. The Sacai Sweat Blouson is ideal for those chilly nights when the temperature decreases.
Pants can elevate an ensemble to luxury. These Comme des Garcons Houndstooth Pants are crafted with wool and lined in cupro for a truly decadent look. Ideal for those who require flexibility in movement, you can tuck the Y’s Yohji Yamamoto Gathered Sweater into the pants for an elegant shape. Simply pull on the Ann Demeulemeester Tuareg Cardigan for a sophisticated appearance.