Here are a few more runway looks revamped with Polyvore to fit my style:
1) Prada Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear
I’m always a little nervous pulling off different patterns, but I think I could manage this outfit with a few changes. Here’s a short (affordable) floral dress that I would definitely rock, matched with a military-green bomber jacket (because I’ve always wanted a bomber jacket and I think the material works better than an ordinary military jacket would). You’d only see some of the pattern of the socks and the blue matches the hue of the dress enough. Boots – cause I prefer them to traditional heels, cinch the waist with a belt, and whip on some red lipstick and I’m pretty Prada perfect.
2) Alice + Olivia 2016 Ready-to-Wear
This is a fairly simple look to rock. Find a floral maxi dress? Check. Pair it with my very own patch jean jacket? Check. To add a little more color, I’d love to rock a pair of yellow docks and my favorite little red backpack. Go simple with the makeup with black liner and matte nude lips for a simple, everyday look.
3) Ulyana Sergeenko Spring 2016 Couture
What a fun look that mashes feminine and rock star vibes, right? Well, with my own twist on the style, I took the more feminine side with a beautiful floral skirt, flats with a bow, pink lips, and a stylish grey top. However, I can’t go without a little drama: added by thick liner and silver arrow earrings.
So, you know when you watch a runway show and think to yourself “who would ever wear that?” or “why would anyone wear that?” Even though I can appreciate the beautiful workmanship that goes into all types of fashion, I’ve often wondered the same things. So, through the lovely Polyvore, I reimagined some runway looks to fit something I would wear.
1) Giamba Resort 2017
I love how fresh and clean this look is and wanted to maintain the feel of it in my own rendition of the look. I kept up the pineapple theme with the skirt, but wanted to have some more fun and color to it, because that’s just my style. A softer blue shoe tones down the fun of the skirt. I also wanted a sleeveless top because sleeves stress me out sometimes and with a summer look like this, nobody should be wearing sleeves. Finish it off with muted nails and classy pearl earrings and there’s the look!
2) Alexander McQueen Fall 2016 Ready to Wear
I don’t think I could get away with just a lacy bra in real life (hey, why not?), but just to cover my bases, I picked a lacy tank top instead. A white blazer and a torn up pair of black jeans keeps up the rock and roll vibe, as does the chain bracelet I added to the look. A muted, simple pink lip should add some calm to the look while a smokey eye adds some drama. Add a simple black bag and you’re off!
3) Nina Ricci Resort 2017
And now for my favorite of the looks, one a bit more daring than the others: Nina Ricci Resort 2017. How fun would it be pairing these lacy looks in different colors: blue for the top and red for the bottom. I felt as if having full fishnets might be a little too much, so I settled on fishnet socks – perfect for the open toe platform (easy for me to walk in, because I’m terrible at walking in heels). Dramatic, bold lashes pair nicely with a simple nude lip (I’m been using NYX Lip Lingerie in Teddy and I love it). With a cheetalicious clutch at my side, I’ll be ready to go.