Coachella 2016 Fashion

It’s Coachella season – the time of the year when everyone gathers in Palm Springs desert for the annual music festival. Models and celebs pull out their cut-off shorts and boho dresses.But something’s different about this year’s Coachella fashion – chokers replaced the flower crowns, while denim power is still a thing. See our favorite looks from the first weekend below.

Street Style | New York Fashion Week Fall 2016

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Style Of The Day | Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner looked mysterious and chic in a midnight blue velvet embroidered robe coat, black satin top and leather leggings and black heels. She brought a soft touch to the classic evening coat.

OOTD: Pastel Pink

The only type of pink I love is pastel. A pink piece is at its most modern when paired with black, white or gray staples. Today I have paired my pastel pink top with black skirt, pumps and gray snakeskin clutch.

Pastel pink!

OOTD: The Kimono Trend

While it’s too hot outside right now, you can still play with layering. You just have to be a little creative. I guess layering is my thing. It’s all about incorporating lightweight fabrics in signature separates that will give you a functional, comfortable, summertime look. With long silhouettes tied at the waist, the Kimono proved to be an inspiration for a number of fashion houses this season. I’m wearing this black and white striped kimono over a black jumpsuit. It creates an oversized look that I love and makes a monochrome style, which is still a big trend. I’m obsessed with all things black and white. The simplicity of monochrome makes it a timeless classic. To complete my look I added chunky platform heels and a plaid clutch. 

OOTD: What I Wore

Wide-leg pants rule supreme, otherwise known as palazzos. Loose flowing pants were super popular back in the ’60s and ’70s. As most trends tend to do, palazzo pants have recently made a comeback. There is no singular clothing item more slimming than a well-fitting pair of wide black pants that hit right at your waist. The width of the pants’ hemlines only serves to make your waist look that much narrower. You can dress them up with a fancy blouse or with a regular tank top.
Here I have paired my wide-leg pants with a black top to keep it simple. To make my look more chic I layered them with olive green long airy jacket. Adding layers does not always mean adding bulk. Keep the fabrics light and mix up the lengths, and you’re well on your way to your most slimming look yet.

Photography by Brandon Dougherty