Double Knot

From all of the fashion week street style snapshots, I’ve noticed a very subtle and yet prominent trend. The classic 70s knotted shirt. I absolutely adore this trend because it give off a very relaxed vibe and at the same time, it adds dimension to your outfit.

This 70s trend goes hand in hand with the early 2000s trend of the tied up knot belt. Maybe it’s a bit OTT to have this many knots, but as some wise and anonymous person once said, “if you like it, wear it.” Despite the possibility of looking OTT, I find that dressing in basic monochrome and minimalist accessories helps to relax the look.

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The casual rendition of the midi skirt, which was previously known for exclusively its formal occasion capabilities, seems ubiquitous in this style era. I like to dabble with this trend, coupling it with different textures, silhouettes and tones to adapt it to various moods and occasions.

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As a foolproof starting point to looking très en vogue, a neutral coloured midi skirt is versatile enough to be paired with a vast majority of both basic and statement pieces.

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Former world no. 1 tennis player Stanley Roger Smith or more commonly known as Stan Smith was endorsed by Adidas during his prime time of athletic success. This initially made tennis shoe is now the it-girl capsule closet fundamental. Paired flawlessly with a relaxed white tee, Stan Smiths create a nonchalant-esque uniform.

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Sunglasses: Quay Australia | Top: Dotti | Skirt: Missguided | Bag: Country Road | Shoes: Adidas Originals


 

Love,

Brooke Madison

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