Wearing: Reformation Coat (old, but shop similar here and here), Balmain Boots (great options here, here, here, and here), H&M Trend Jeans (buy similar styles here, here, here, here, and here), Zara Turtleneck Sweater (find alternatives here and here), Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses, and a J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag
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Looking for the trendiest silhouette for fall? Look no further than borrowing inspiration from any Vetements outfit formula you find in the runway or in lookbooks. I’ve spoken before about achieving the Vetements effect, but today it’s all about THE ultimate look you need ASAP in order to look ultra cool, effortless, yet warm.
What is this outfit formula, you might ask? Simple: A maxi coat + straight cropped jeans (extra points if they have a frayed hem) + turtleneck + block heeled boots.
To achieve this kind of Vetements outfit you need to make sure the coat is kind of fitted and that your jeans are straight (not too tight, not too loose). You will also need a pair of high heeled block sock ankle boots with a high shaft (note: this is crucial).
If there’s a perfect way to pair this type of ankle boots, it is with straight jeans. Additionally, you can basically wear the same outfit, but instead swap the long coat for a bomber, a short faux fur coat, a trenchcoat, or a peacoat.
That’s about it.
Let me know if you have extra tips or what you think in particular about this kind of fall outfit.
Wishing you an awesome Friday! x
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