Giedrė Dukauskaitė is redefining model-off-duty style. Forget skinny jeans and hooded sweatshirts; when it comes to getting dressed, Dukauskaitė has her own point of view, looking just as good off the runway as she does on it. The queen of the full tonal look, she makes white pants work all year round by pairing them with cream, beige and ivory layers, finished with pale pastel accessories.
Fashion director Julie Pelipas has developed a cult fashion following thanks to her directional style. This season, she accentuated the easy appeal of oversized pants – and kick-started the double-knit trend – by wrapping a second sweater insouciantly around her neck and finishing her look with simple black slides. Behold, the perfect trans-seasonal outfit.
If you’re worried that white pants feel too formal for daytime, lend an instant casual air by adding sports-inspired accessories. Caroline Daur gave her paper-bag-waist, wide-leg pants an athleisure look by finishing with a sporty belt bag worn cross-body over a second-skin turtleneck. Take this sartorial mash-up one step further by opting for ’70s-inspired corduroy and consider Prada’s logo-emblazoned sock boots the icing on the cake.
The ever-immaculate Sarah Harris has made androgynous dressing her signature over the years, and this season was no exception. Proving that sometimes less really is more, she stepped out at NYFW in a pajama-style shirt and white pants, finished with utilitarian accessories. Channel her impeccable taste by finishing a crisp cotton shirt with Gabriela Hearst’s silk-satin pants – add a little personality to this timeless look with Roger Vivier’s crystal-encrusted chunky slides.
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