7 Anti-Trend Outfits I’m Seeing Everyone Wear Right Now
Lately, I’ve noticed an uptick in the number of classic outfits landing on the fashion set. I attribute it to the impact the lockdowns have had on our wardrobes—fewer occasions to wear trendy items and a larger focus on buying great staples and investment pieces. But that isn’t to say that trendy fashion is fading away. Micro miniskirts, oversized leather jackets, Y2K style, high-impact colours and a fresh crop of micro-trends are in full force for spring.
No matter where you land on the trend-adoption spectrum, though, it’s always a great idea to have an array of timeless looks on standby. With a small collection of wardrobe capsule pieces, you can create a number of polished, easy looks that work season after season. It all comes down to some simple styling ideas. Ahead, see the best classic outfits to wear now.
These closet staples are the perfect pieces to throw together, no matter where you’re headed. Try the outfit with loafers, as spotted here.
If you prefer ballet flats over loafers, here’s another great blazer look to replicate.
A crisp button-down is a must-own piece.
Head to The Frankie Shop for great suiting.
These jeans are timeless and relatively affordable—win-win.
The loafers that keep selling out.
This midi-skirt outfit feels so fresh, yet I keep seeing it pop up everywhere. It’s a great way to style knee-high boots if you’re looking for an alternative way to wear them.
I like the idea of mixing up the outerwear with a trench or a biker jacket—each lends a completely different mood to the look.
The building-block piece.
The classic silhouette that will be everywhere this spring.
Mango always stocks great trenches.
Khaite gets it right every time.
Sleeveless turtlenecks are having a moment but are the ’90s staple that will never go out of style. This look couldn’t be simpler or more perfect.
It doesn’t get easier—or chicer—than this.
If you want investment staples that will last forever, Wolford should be the first place you turn.
Look for wide-leg shapes right now.
Make no mistake—slingbacks are back.
For an evening look, opt for a satin slip dress, and then throw on a blazer and heels to finish the outfit. The jacket adds a great tailoring element to pull it together.
Keep it simple, but play around with patterns and textures.
You’ll get so much wear out of this slip.
Gold buttons always make blazers look polished.
The styling possibilities of a great button-down are endless.
Just add retro trainers for a casual yet pulled-together look.