Top: Public School (similar here) Corset: Tibi Pant: Saloni Shoes: Dear Frances Bag: Mark Cross Sunglasses: State Optical (similar here)
Wow. Wow. Wow. It is very rare for a street-style statement piece to make it’s way into an everybody-everyday wear piece. However, the Victorian era corset has made its way into every it girl’s closet in 2017. Corsets easily put emphasis on your waist by adding feminine shape to baggy clothing in an innovative and 2017 type-a way.
See here how my ‘Chester’ corset by Tibi (from my fave website Net-A-Porter) creates an hourglass silhouette by pinching my white blouse from Public School. By adding this one piece to my wardrobe, my abdomen is clearly accentuated. This corset from Tibi is cut by sculpting wool into Glen plaid (which by the way – plaid is way in for Fall 2017. The heritage vibes trend is huge right now).
Now that I have two major fall trends checked off, I might as well have added the biggest color of fall into this look. Not kidding. This is seriously what goes on in my head as I style outfits. I paired this body sculpting look with my radiantly red Saloni ‘Crepe’ pants. These lightweight pants are AMAZING. Created with the most luxe and superior fabrics, these vibrant pants were dramatically elevated with the ruffle details on the bottom.
To clean up this look, I decided to accessorize with all black. I chose to wear my amaze boots from Via Spiga and my Marc Cross bag from Net-A-Porter. This Marc Cross bag is the perfect example of femininity meets masculinity since it resembles a briefcase meets handbag type of look. Adding all black accessories to a look that may feel “out there” for you is an easy way to create consistency all across the board, and leave you feeling confident in your look!