Ok, you may not be able to afford this (nor I), but you can certainly afford to understand the power of elegantly tailored pieces… haute couture or mass market, there’s some fab styling inspiration there!
I’ll Have What She’s Having: Dior Haute Couture Spring 2014 attendees had us mesmerized on How to make a case for classics with celebrities Kate Bosworth and more in ultra glam, daytime friendly Dior
We love to people watch almost more than see what’s on the runway at Paris Couture Fashion Week…
And Raf Simons’ latest collection for Dior saw a slew of celebs decked out some very of the moment and modern yet future classic designs, and they looked great! Best of all, we find the generational gaps between well-decked guests quite inspiring too.
Wow, Alison Williams not only looks gorgeous but her outfit is chock full of styling inspiration!
Recycle that peplum that you were growing tired of or take the hem up a bit more on a mini frock. Cinch the waist with a narrow belt and wear over your stove-pipe skinnies. Add a man-tailored camel coat and some killer pumps with a kooky color accent… there ya go… a new outfit reworked just for you!
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In a red two-piece, Marie Josée Croze’s ensemble (above) pays homage to the house’s signature houndstooth and looks sophisticated without the appearance of trying too hard. You might want to try a bold red lip with blunt hair, and the sexy allure of a classic black pump with your daytime dress, whatever the label.
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The lot demonstrates that refined French Chic goes a long way when it comes to looking polished and contemporary in even the most classical of gear.
Photos: via DiorPublished on January 22, 2014