October 22nd, 2017
T Magazine

‘What Lies Beneath’

A dress over trousers is one of my favorite looks and according to T Magazine it’s “the season’s sharpest silhouette.” Monochrome is the way to go in my book. This is a Louis Vuitton top over an Hermès dress and trousers—so chic.

Photography by Amit   Styling by Elodie David Touboul

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  • Oooooh. Preston, this is so elegant. Great inspiration for the week ahead.

    SuWuOctober 22nd, 2017  6:59 PM

     
  • Love this look. Easy to adapt using existing items in your wardrobe also. Modern and crisp..

    MelanieOctober 23rd, 2017  3:04 AM

     
  • Simplicity itself. Love this.

    RTGOctober 23rd, 2017  4:13 AM

     
  • Minimal. Modern. Chic. Love it!

    CatOctober 23rd, 2017  6:47 AM

     
  • This is beautiful. But couldn’t it get rather bulky and warm?

    BarbaraOctober 23rd, 2017  1:05 PM

     
  • Have been experimenting with this combo for few months, love the silhouette and the creative possibilities.

    SueMOctober 23rd, 2017  2:29 PM

     
  • like SueM, I’ve also been experimenting, but instead with longer button front dresses. I layer them over another dress if it’s a little too tight for the office, and then also with a shirt tucked into slacks or jeans. You can wear them completely open, or buttoned at the chest, with a belt at the waist.

    bllOctober 23rd, 2017  3:32 PM

     

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