For fall 2021, RWCO. has appointed nine Canadian ambassadors to front their Rise Up campaign that aims to inspire Canadians to take on whatever challenges come their way. Au revoir, Paris Fashion Week While we're sad that our virtual stay in the French capital has come to an end, the sartorial lessons we picked up on the runways and on the streets will stay on our mental moodboards for months to come. The handful of people who attended presentations in Paris left their sweatpants at home and instead opted for comfy chic staples like roomy trousers and chunky knits.
If you want to think ahead to winter, Tory Burch makes what are probably the cutest quilted puffer boots we've seen all year. The Fear of God 1s are very near and dear to me because it's an original design and not a rework. Her line also sells curated treatments and tools for making a spa day in your own home.
For anyone who isn't ready or plans to forever boycott denim, leggings, and virtually any and all tight pants, trousers are the answer. Actually, some of the best ones are already here. This is Mixed Dressing, explains Silk Laundry's founder and creative director Katie Kolodinski in a press release.
Bella Hadid wore them backstage at photoshoots. Sarah Jessica Parker wore them just about everywhere, often with sparkly accessories. As someone with more than ten floral dresses currently hanging in her closet, I'm the last person to hate on the classic print. But let's make Miranda Priestly proud and try new, groundbreaking outfits this spring.
But it's going to take more than outrage to fix them, because diversity in street style is much more complicated to achieve than diversity on the runways. Long blouses, wide trousers and casual dresses exemplify the relaxed silhouettes that define this collaboration, as muted tones carry the pieces from late summer into early autumn.
Layering is king during the fall season. Besides being a helpful tool when combatting fluctuating temps throughout the day, it also makes styling outfits a lot more fun and creative. From mixing and matching silhouettes and textures to investing in high quality faux leather or suede pieces think biker jackets or booties, to having fun with your accessories there's a ton of room to play when it comes to layering looks and there's no better time for it than autumn.