With summer at its end, the gentle autumn breeze is finally kicking off. At this moment, the weather creates the perfect timing for putting on something knit. Knit garments are lightweight, textural and, more importantly, comfortable to wear. Now it is the time for a fun fact! Nylon was the first synthetic fiber and was first used in making toothbrushes filaments before World War II. In the postwar years, nylon’s superiority in its extraordinary strength and elasticity makes it stand for the ultimate in fashion. Look into your closet; you can definitely find something in knit that you feel cozy in. Coziness never contradicts with being neat.
This Fashionista combines several stylish elements into a look that is great for the season. This knit tube dress highlights the curves of her body without feeling an alarming tightness. The dark gray sits well alongside other colors and avoids the limitation when it comes to matching with other elements. I personally love gray for its sophistication, coolness and its quiet confidence. Her ingenious choice of this Coach patchwork cross-body bag adds a little hippie vibe into the conventional dress look. Want to look more intellectual and mature? A watch could make your look effortlessly elegant. On the other wrist, she puts on an open-hinge bangle featuring a carousel. Nothing could add on more girlish fantasy than having carousel on a bracelet.
She also pays a lot attention into details by showing her nail color scheme. The black-gray polish echoes her dress and shoes. A pair of black modern loafers, simple but architectural, allows her feet to get air and keeps up with street style crush. As spotted on tons of fashion bloggers, loafers have taken the street style by storm. People fall in love with loafers because they match with everything—literally everything—whether they are dressed up or down. Overall, this Fashionista’s look catches my eyes at the first sight for her ability to merge the basic elements together; then, when I look closer, I am impressed by the effort that she puts into the details.