WORK AND PLAY: The notion of physical work was played up in collections like Rag & Bone and Tommy Hilfiger, where the classic notion of gearing for the elements was met with proper layers and tailoring; and you especially saw this in prints. Other examples include Steven Alan’s suits resembling the look of bleach, salt and oil stains, we saw oil stains at Rag & Bone as well.
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BORROW FROM THE BOYS: I like to think there’s a little tomboy in all of us, and the great thing about seeing so many menswear-inspired pieces down the runway is that it makes for a more eclectic, playful show. I loved Michael Kors’ belted, boxy jackets and the dress pants seen at MM6 Maison Martin Margiela.
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Yo what’s good, fam? Claire here, you might know me from such blogs as this one or maybe this Instagram account I’m here with the Bib +Tuck team to show y’all some love on Tucked in every week while providing a li’l entertainment and showing how to get creative with your tucks. I figured I’d start things off by sharing some wisdom I have acquired (read: researched tirelessly): How to make sure your clothes fit yo’self in 3 easy ways, because there’s nothing worse than having to wonder if your bucks are going in the right place, all over a little sizing, because knowledge is power!
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