Neutral colors have definitely been a staple in my closet this year and I almost always aim for comfort, yet remain stylish. So the Yeezy Season 3 collection was beyond my wardrobe goals.
The spring 2016 Yeezy Season 3 collection was all the rage. By mixing same colors, just different shades, it was breathtaking. By far it is my most favorite on the runway this season, next to Diane von Furstenberg’s runway show.
I chose this runway look to recreate because it was the most effortless, functional and stylish of the season. What was once yet another “fashion don’t,” mixing same colors, became a “fashion must.” The scheme of the collection truly embodied what Kanye West stands for, equality and gender-neutral fashion. While there have been several controversies surrounding the inspiration of this runway show in particular, I agree with the fact that it was menial and tasteless in the recreation of such a horrific tragedy to create a backdrop in Madison Square Garden; however we are here to talk about fashion and the creations that Kanye West created.
The look that I have created is entirely inspired by the infamous Yeezy Season 3 collection. I tend to shop at Old Navy for most all of my wardrobe and achieved this look almost fully from Old Navy. I had a vision in my mind of perfecting my style to Kylie Jenner’s taste, and well you can be the judge on whether or not I succeeded. Lately, I have been very in tune with the media and all things trend, when typically I just wear whatever I want, so this was an overwhelmingly fun challenge to take on. I purchased my trench coat from Old Navy. My shorts and top can also be found at Old Navy. My shoes are none other than Sam Edelman. On my lips I used Kylie Cosmetics Lip Kit in the shade Candy K. I also have saved money here and there throughout the year so far and was able to save up enough to purchase a Diane von Furstenberg handbag . My hat was a gift from my mom, but there are several sites that sell slogan ball caps.