Ooh, look at this girl work it! I would be poppin’ poses if I dressed this well too. From the camel coat to the black booties, all I have to say is va va va voom. What I love about this girl is that she knows how to rock a pair of booties. If you have long legs go ahead and buy out every booty this side of New York.
However, if you do have shorter legs, don’t jump on this trend just yet. There ain’t no shame in having shorter gams, you just gotta know how to work it. Opt for a heel that shows a little more of your foot like a the classic pump. With that it doesn’t “cut you off” and make you appear a lot shorter than you are.
Kadian A. - New York, New York
Ok, I might have to eat my words on this one. I may have implied in an earlier post that one should veer away from all black buuuut, who really sticks to the rules anyway? There is just so much going on here and that’s what makes this ‘fit so much fun. There’s the texture of the fur (hopefully faux) jacket, the sheer tights, a felt floppy hat, and those butter soft booties. It’s one thing to look good but to literally feel it too?!
Miranda Childs - New York, N.Y.
It’s so easy to get stuck in black during the colder seasons, fortunately this woman found a way out of the darkness. Yes, she is wearing a long black coat but with the right hints of gray, it creates a nice balance. Plus, check out her yellow laces! Can I also point out the fact that in lieu of a beanie or some knitted hat, she opted for a classy fedora? It’s all about options and alternatives people.
Ana Y. - Guadalajara, Mexico
I feel like camel-colored trousers are just so multi-functional. They go with everything, every color and every style. Not to mention they look flawless on both men and women. Here, this gentleman decided to pair his with an olive green coat that has a layered collar and shoulder straps. He does look strapping if I do say so myself.
Keith W. -Lynbrook, N.Y.
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Mmm… the classic gray V. Is there anything that this shirt does not go with? Even if this duffle coat (modern twist on the pea coat made for the British Royal Navy in the 1860s) were a bright lime green… However, being that it is simply navy blue it works all the more. Speaking of this blue duffle, isn’t it just a great piece? As much as I adore the common pea coat, I’m glad to see a break from the norm in this one-of-a-kind jacket with wooden toggles in lieu of buttons.
Zach B. (@ZachIanBlank) - Portland, Oregon
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FNO Models: Add some length to your ‘fit. Even if you’re not fully committed to all long pieces, just buy yourself a long jacket. - you can take it off any time you want.
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