Chloë Sevigny's 5-Piece Anti-Trend Outfit Is Ridiculously Easy to Copy



Chloë Sevigny has lived at the center of my year-round mood board for about as long as I can remember. The Kids actress and all-around fashion girl just has an effortless air about her. If she were French, I'd refer to it as a certain je ne sais quoi, but she's not. Born and raised on the East Coast, Sevigny is, instead, New York City cool, and her low-key yet elevated style shows that. So when her first look since NYC warmed up this week arrived on my radar, my interest was piqued. And as always, she didn't disappoint. 

On Tuesday, Sevigny was spotted in SoHo wearing the five-piece anti-trend outfit you'll definitely see me copying in the coming days, weeks, and months: a white button-down shirt, dark-wash vintage jeans, a bomber jacket, flats, and a designer tote bag. (Hers is Chanel's buzzy new 22 handbag.) And since gatekeeping is wrong, albeit tempting, I went ahead and rounded up all the items you need to replicate the style icon's effortless ensemble. 

Keep scrolling to shop Sevigny's classic warm-weather look.



On Chloë Sevigny: Chanel 22 Handbag ($5300)

#1: Bomber Jacket

I swear every WWW editor has this jacket in their shopping cart.

And if they don't have the Mango one, they definitely have (or are considering purchasing) this one. 

This crop is as close to perfect as it gets. 

#2: White Button-Down Shirt

This shirt is a top seller for us.

If you don't know about Open Edit, it's time you peruse its offering.

#3: Flats

These look just like the flats from The Row that Zoë Kravitz loves.

Porte & Paire is my low-key go-to for reasonably priced, trendy footwear.

#4: Dark-Wash Jeans

Try to beat this price—I dare you.

Agolde's Pinch Waist jeans are unmatched.

#5: Luxury Tote Bag

If you're interested in the look of Chloë's Chanel bag but would rather buy one secondhand, this is a great alternative.

Zara never misses in the bag department.

All of my colleagues are investing in COS tote bags now that we're going into the office more.