It doesn’t get much cooler than Jayne of Stop it Right Now, does it? The girl knows how to pull off excess layers and boyish silhouettes like a pro. Love the 90′s vibe of the double denim and slick white Adidas originals – although there’s no doubt it’s a little more grown up and refined this time around.
Baby it’s cold outside – minus three to be exact. It was a day of super sized jackets, coats layered over coats and lots of toasty textures. Truth be told it’s hard to handle more than a couple hours outside in New York right now, but at least we all have a legitimate excuse for dressing like a yeti and wrapping up in biggest coats we can find.
Tome took to the runway for the first time this week at NYFW – and it was all kinds of luxurious cool. A careful balance of opulent fabrications and effortless silhouettes, the collection is both beautifully grown up and completely wearable. While the silk satin pieces brought a touch of feminine texture and colour, my eyes were quickly drawn to the blanket style coats and super-sized turtlenecks.
Easily, once again, one of my favourite young designers. Tome just nails clean, uncomplicated dressing for the cool, confident women. Make sure you check out style.com for the full runway gallery – you’ll see what I’m talking about.
Get Zanita’s look: Khaki trench coat (more khaki parkas available here and here), Wayf spotted blouse (similar polka dot blouse available here) polka dot pencil skirt, Larsson & Jennings watch and Karen Walker for Beau Coops heels
Zanita channeling old world glamour like a pro. Red lips, polka dots and white heels; she’s got the ladylike look down. Finished off with an oversized khaki trench for a slightly more casual touch.