You’ve seen them on the runways; the staccato of their towering heels has garnered equal parts awe and respect – how does one walk, so gracefully, even, in heels that are only meant to be viewed as art? The wearers of some of the boldest styles, models are also early adopters of trends considering they’re the first ones to have worn them. Which means that even when they’re off the ramp their style sensibilities are nothing less than when they’re on it. And if you have been lacking a little in the inspiration department of your wardrobe for looks, then, we suggest you turn toward them for it. To begin, we’ve carefully picked a few looks that have been on our radar. They’re chic, easy to recreate and have a great style quotient! Take a look at some supermodel styles that can become the cornerstone of your wardrobe:
Whether you’re looking for an outfit apropos of a much-deserved downtime or something casual that can be taken to work, this look of Kendall’s is it. Notice how she’s worn the vest over the skirt and then cinched the waist with a belt? Chic, chic, chic! And don’t forget those silver sling-backs.
The va-va-voom-ness in this outfit is courtesy of the exposed mirdiff starting from the where the ultra-cropped turtleneck ends and the low waist denim and silk maxi skirt begins. The skirt, a vintage Roberto Cavalli from the early Y2K-era, paired with the vegan leather jacket is great for a girls’ night out.
The perfect outfit for stylishly meandering around town exists and that’s this one worn by Nidhi Sunil. Since Miu Miu forced mini skirts back into public consciousness, it’s great to experiment with one. We love Nidhi’s belted number that she’s paired with a shacket, all from French label, Patou. Don’t forget the chunky gold accessories.
This look is the ultimate version of working-girl chic. The oversized blazer that we’ve been championing as the hero of our new-age wardrobes, has been given the athleisure treatment by pairing it with track-like trousers and a cropped vest. Wear it anywhere – the look’s a hit.
Attending a concert? Going on a date night? Want to make a lasting impression? Vittoria Ceretti’s structured one-shoulder top and faux leather pants are fit for all. It’s the perfect mishmash of grunge with a little bit of femininity. Complete the look with a diminutive handbag like the Prada Re-Nylon.
The best going-out outfit ever, the blazer dress is the answer to all your outfit quandaries. We love the knee-high vinyl boots and the boxy handbag that’s adding to the monochromatic feel of the look. You can swap the lacy bralette with something more concealing…. But we suggest you don’t!
Everyday coffee runs and grocery shopping ‘fits are as important as the going out ones. And Elizabeth Grace’s effortless everywoman khakis, overshirt and T-shirt look is perfect for just that.