If you’ve been wearing sweats for almost everything recently, you’re not alone. And luxury elites are seeking opportunities to extend loungewear items deeper into their closet, whether they’re wearing joggers under a blazer or a button-down with bike shorts. Irina Shayk is the latest in reconciling leisurewear and daywear, and her outfit came with a welcome comeback to one of the most iconic film characters of the ’90s. All hail Irina Shayk’s pleated skirt — which provides a Cher Horowitz-worthy dose of chic school uniform, done in a cozy 2020—appropriate way.
On Oct. 13, the model was seen grabbing a smoothie, sporting the quintessential Manhattanite outfit — sensible shoes, shadowy glasses, and black clothes. What’s surprisingly related to Shayk is a particular brand that she didn’t waver all the time — Burberry, for which she’s a Brand Ambassador. She kept things in line with the brand Landon hoodie (with its logo stamped on her heart), its platform brogues (low in stock at the moment) and two different items, all in the Burberry signature tartan print. The first was a gold chain sling bag, which she preferred to carry by hand; the second was a pleated mini skirt. To round off her top fall dress, Shayk went with a pair of Calzedonian cashmere tights, Jennifer Zeuner ‘s cross earrings, and a pair of angular Roberi & Fraud sunnies.
Her bottoms are expanding on this summer ‘s fashion tennis trend, which saw a resurgence of pleated skirts, tennis bracelets, and easy white sneakers. For the fall, the skirt silhouette hangs on, and the Oblivious iteration of Shayk was omnipresent through street-style moments. Aired with a sweatshirt (against a shrunken cardigan or a tailored turtleneck, let’s say), the two make for a polished and casual look, offering a blueprint for those looking for new ways to dress their own lounge items.
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