Of course, as with any gritty-to-glam story, this one involved a makeover. Gone are the body-con silhouettes of spring; now it’s all about luxe fabrics and a more forgiving box cut. With the holiday party circuit just around the corner, you have the perfect excuse to test drive the trend. Find inspiration in a roundup of celeb looks before browsing a selection of pieces we’ve oh-so-thoughtfully styled within the context of complete outfits. All that’s left for you to do is shop ‘til you crop, err, drop.
At the New York premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, the model/blogger was a vision in ruffled Dior.
The actress stunned in a matching set by Polish label, La Mania, at the opening ceremony for the 8th annual Rome Film Festival in Italy earlier this month.
The model donned sherbet-hued separates from Emilia Wickstead’s S/S 14 collection to the British Fashion Council and Stylebop.com cocktail party hosted by Poppy Delevigne in Los Angeles earlier this month.
For the MOMA Film Benefit presented by Chanel, the Moda Operandi Co-Founder opted for a Rosie Assoulin S/S 14 look that landed her on many a best-dressed list.
The actress paired a Monique Lhuillier S/S 14 top and skirt with Jamie Wolf earrings and a Dana Rebecca Designs cuff for the 7th Annual Hamilton Behind The Camera Awards in Los Angeles.
The actress wore an Alexander McQueen Resort 14 Pocket Crop Top ($820) and Skirt ($1045), both available in stores in December, to the Homefront press conference at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills this week.
The Oscar winner shone in a cobalt blue Alexander McQueen S/S 14 number and Jimmy Choo Daiquiri Pumps ($895) at the photocall for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in Madrid last week.
Richie arrived at the 2nd Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles earlier this month in a colorful ensemble from the Alberta Ferretti S/S 14 collection, which she accessorized with a House of Harlow 1960 Wynn Clutch ($158).