Danish fashion star Pernille Teisbæk is well-known in the fashion world for her cool, forward-thinking style. This time around, she was spotted in the combination of an oversized blazer, gold jewelry and animal prints – and safe to say, we’re already convinced the three things belong together. Opt for gold jewelry of high quality that you won’t grow tired of, and change the blazer according to the season to give the outfit a refreshed expression.
From it-girl to fashion designer, British Alexa Chung can do many things and putting together a good outfit is, without a doubt one, of them. In the street of Paris, she strolled off in a simple one composed of a shirt jacket, knee-high boots and red lips. Steal the look with a dusty cyan-blue shirt from Acne Studios, classic boots from Gianvito Rossi and lipstick from Bobbi Brown.
Many of the fashion week street stylers defied the February cold to show a bit of bare skin. One of them was designer and influencer, Gala González. The Spanish fashion blogger brought back the baby doll dress and simultaneously showed that checks can, if fact, be mixed. Keep your items in the same nuance for a cohesive look if you decide to explore the geometrical pattern’s many proportions.
Stylist Blanca Miró went for a simple look of houndstooth checked pants paired with one the of season’s popular quilted jackets. With a belt in the waist she added both detail and edge to the look. Play with the contrast of a sporty jacket and a classic leather belt to highlight the tight waistline championed this season.