Wouldn't it be great to look great all day long, from the moment you put on make-up in the morning to when you take it off in the evening? Moreover, wouldn't it be great to have business look that is casual yet stylish?
The best place to look for inspiration, like in any matter relating to fashion, is the wardrobe of off-duty models. Already goddesses of an industry which praises aesthetics over anything, models manage to capture the spotlight even when outside of the catwalk. Their off-duty outfits and street clothes are both casual and glamorous and provide the perfect study material for all other women.
In order to keep up with fashion trends even when out of the office, here are five out of duty fashion updates for stylish women everywhere.
1. Try out combinations
Whether it’s model Taylor Hill rocking an all-black look and a basic topknot or Elsa Hosk’s pinkish floral print, professional models show you how to dress for all points of the day. Moreover, they represent the perfect example for how minor improvements can enhance your look entirely.
As such, a stylish knitted vest has been proven to be a useful addition to the street look as it completes even a pair of basic jeans and shirt. Another combination popular among off duty models reunites oversized bomber jackets, oldie sunglasses and tight, simple jeans.
The trick itself consists of making these daring choices in terms of clothing. Women cannot afford to relinquish their style to an everyday uniform even when it comes to time off. As such, changing it up frequently, even with unusual pairings of clothes, can greatly improve your style.
2. Casual can be classy
Supermodel Bella Hadid is often seen coupling her designer tracksuit with a pricy Louis Vuitton handbag. Similarly, Cara Delevigne sports her comfy colored pants with a black top and coat whenever she has to board a long flight while Alessandra Ambrosio prefers her VS black yoga pants and a white tank top on her treks around Brentwood.
The point of this line-up is to demonstrate that even a pair of cropped jeans, a white cardigan or a tracksuit can serve both function and comfort for the off-duty days. Easy to relax in but at the same time fit for the street, these clothes are among the prime choices of some of the best models.
3. Jackets and Coats
Large bomber jackets or long camel trenches seem to be a popular choice among models such as Karlie Kloss. Adding a layer of style and covering a more casual shirt or sweater, the trick of oversized jackets and coats is a noteworthy takeaway from the street fashion of professional supermodels.
With the right overalls, your underneath clothes can afford to be especially comfy, allowing you to slip in and out of your disposable hotel spa slippers without changing your entire outfit. In this way, you won’t have to give up on either looking your best or the freedom of looser clothes.
4. Large Pants
If the overalls and tops change numerous times, the tight black or ripped jeans seem to be part of most outfits worn by off-duty professional models. Aside from indie, colorful skirts, the choice of pants seems to be limited.
However, larger pants made out of soft fabric such as those worn in the picture below by model Hana Jirickova, can be a viable alternative to the ubiquitous super skinny jeans.
Even if your outfit does not immediately scream fashion, your image can be salvaged by skillfully using a single element – boots. The longer the better, stylish black boots, especially when in continuation of a pair of tight black jeans, can dominate the entire look and give it the style fit for a runway.
By following these five out of duty fashion updates inspired by the street and casual style of professional supermodels, you will be able to mix a stylish outfit with the functionality and comfort of casual clothes. Another lesson to be taken is that your look does not require expensive designer clothes to be at the top of its game. Dressing well is also about feeling good. These fashion recommendations will do just that without any effort on your part.