Social-Work Studio autumn/winter 2021: The best way to dress during this pandemic-stricken time is anything comfortable and visually uplifting.
LBV autumn/winter 2021: All in the highlighter yellow paper-bag trousers with this one.
Private Policy autumn/winter 2021: Chic leather suiting (with edgy, biker details) that takes a contemporary power suit to a whole other level.
Ulla Johnson autumn/winter 2021: Knitwear to die for; just simply sublime.
Jonathan Simkhai autumn/winter 2021: From the office right to the bar (when they eventually open safely), this fit transitions seamlessly.
Claudia Li autumn/winter 2021: While it may look a tad busy, this entire Claudia Li look is a deft balance of textures, prints, and flounces all in one.
Anna Sui autumn/winter 2021: Granny chic gets a refresh with big sequins and architectural knit techniques.
Staud autumn/winter 2021: This is how we’d want our tracksuits to be — impeccably cut with a ’70s nod.
Alice + Olivia autumn/winter 2021: Even with nowhere to go, a jacquard dress is always a good piece to have in the wardrobe.
Hervé Léger autumn/winter 2021: Classic Hervé Léger construction with a contemporary twist; forget about the little black dress.
Cing À Sept autumn/winter 2021: Give us an oversized blazer over tights anytime, and this iteration is ever-so-slightly embellished for the magpies in all of us.
Badgley Mischka autumn/winter 2021: Dripping in liquid gold with a silhouette made for lounging.
Rosetta Getty autumn/winter 2021: A classic shirt dress paired up with heavy-duty boots? Sold.
Loring New York autumn/winter 2021: Just a hint of skin for an ultra sexy take on the white-shirt-dress-thigh-high-boots combo.
AKNVAS autumn/winter 2021: If there’s a piece that captures the idea of ‘women empowerment’, we say, this is it.
C+plus SERIES autumn/winter 2021: Louche styling with an ease and sensuality, this is the kind of outfit you’d mull over the night before but look completely effortless in the day after.
Bevza autumn/winter 2021: Sometimes, all it takes is a statement belt to secure a look that’s breathtaking.
Rentrayage autumn/winter 2021: We love clashing prints, especially when they’re a combination of traditional suiting pattern with florals.
3.1 Phillip Lim autumn/winter 2021: Every element in this look is a juxtaposition to one another, but works beautifully for a look that’s modern and chic.
Lela Rose autumn/winter 2021: And when it’s a really good, vibrant print, it’s all in the cut, which this Lela Rose number exceptionally achieves.
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