May 7th, 2015
Louis Vuitton Cruise 2016

A Slip Top & Slacks

Louis Vuitton cruise 2016

This is my favorite look from the Louis Vuitton cruise 2016 collection—the slip top layered over a blouse and ‘slacks’ are items I’ve been considering.

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LA DOUBLEJ

Via Della Spiga Printed stretch-cotton dress

YVES SALOMON

Reversible shearling coat

SONIA RYKIEL

Frayed checked cotton-blend tweed skirt

HOGAN

Shearling sneakers

VALENTINO

Tiered ruffled silk crepe de chine mini dress

PRADA

Buckle kitten-heel leather pumps

KHAITE

Cornelia double-breasted cotton trench coat

ISABEL MARANT

Nutson broderie anglaise ramie blouse

ISABEL MARANT

Jane cross-strap stud-embellished sandals

SAINT LAURENT

Tuxedo box clutch

THE ROW

Nolia crepe midi dress

YEEZY

Stretch-suede 70mm bootie

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  • So cool and effortless (seeming)!

    joannawnycMay 7th, 2015  6:57 AM

     
  • I think it’s a great look if you’re small chested and one that would look matronly if you weren’t?

    KathyMay 7th, 2015  7:06 AM

     
  • I would be interested to see the hem length you would choose for these, Preston?

    LeslieMay 7th, 2015  7:23 AM

     
  • I love this look, maybe except from the shoes; But the mix is really interesting, I love the top !

    http://www.pardonmyobsession.com/

    CarolineMay 7th, 2015  8:00 AM

     
  • I love the slip top, as it seems to have some real structure to it and would be endlessly versatile.
    I say this and it’s interesting to me, so I hope I can articulate my thoughts well enough: I used to completely agree with Kathy regarding the “chest issue”, being a fairly well endowed woman of a certain age, but I now find that the more I disregard these rules, the more modern I feel, and thus I look. It takes some confidence in your own choices, but that’s one of the rewards maturity brings. Some days you want jeans and a tshirt, and some days you want a wicked slip over a zippered blouse.

    SueMMay 7th, 2015  8:54 AM

     
  • I agree with Sue on the “chest issue”. I think it is just a reality of a mature woman’s body if she is well endowed. Why she is deemed “matronly” and a woman of the same age who is small chested isn’t, doesn’t make sense. No matter what your size, after a certain age they just ain’t perky any more! I like the look for the summer especially, polished without the constraints of a jacket. I don’t think the shoes would be my choice, but I like the slip top “vest” look.

    AprilMay 7th, 2015  2:50 PM

     
  • I only mentioned it because it would change the silhouette a lot, nothing to do with age at all. But I may be very wrong and it might look great?

    KathyMay 7th, 2015  4:29 PM

     
  • Yikes! I don’t see anything chic happening in this photo. The sleeve length, the hem length both appear sloppy and as though she can’t afford tailoring. The blouse appears too large in the neck. For me, this all lacks polish.

    PaulaMay 7th, 2015  11:26 PM

     
  • I love this look as well! I’m starting to really love that yellow/mustard colour but it’s always a risk with pale skin! http://milkandvelvet.com/

    SarahMay 8th, 2015  5:20 AM

     

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