The fall 2015 ready-to-wear collection presented in Paris Fashion Week by Off-White is absolutely stunning. This collection revolves around neutrals colors of various materials such as wool, knits and denim. This collection was anything but boring, and the attention to details in the outfits were memorable, especially the open-zipper details on the bottom of the pants.
I recreated look 18 of the collection into my personal style by swapping out the turtleneck with something a little more lightweight and spring/summer-weather friendly—a black and white short sleeve cotton T-shirt. Next, I opted for a pair of ripped denim that has a similar color wash to the pair in the collection. Finally, instead of the boxy silhouetted cross-body bag, I brought out a minimalistic yet stylish leather cross-body to carry my loot.
Time after time, destroyed jeans are still all the rage during the spring and summer seasons, no matter the style, whether they are skinnies, flared or boyfriend-fit. These loved-up and lived-in denim is here for the long haul, and they pair effortlessly with just a simple graphic T-shirt, printed tunic, off-shoulder blouse or even a laced peplum top.
For additional accessories in this outfit, I wore a Tory Burch leather double-wrap bracelet to add a little tomboy chic, a pair of Marc Jacobs metal aviator style sunglasses that feature a sleek top bar and, last but not least, a pair of the classic black Havaianas flip flops.