Belgian Model Yumi Lambert has us covered for the full sartorial range of pandemic moods. From stylish comfort wear to timeless statement pieces, look no further if you are itching to add a new element of excitement to your wardrobe.
Air travel may not be a thing anymore, but we might still be able to travel back in time—with gigantic puff sleeves. It’s a Renaissance-inspired detail, sweet and feminine, juxtaposed with practical cuts and hemlines for the modern woman.
A cozy, oversized number will remain a staple piece in our wardrobes this season. Lambert shows us that comfort wear can certainly still be fun—opt for a dramatic silhouette, bold patterns and vibrant colours to spice up a gloomy day.
Prints, or rather your favourite print, is in right now: match a patterned co-ord to get a sharp, bold look. To go all out, pair the co-ord with matching shoes or a bag, like this full on striped Bottega Veneta ensemble.
Multi-purpose pieces are key in a time like this, when the line between between personal and work life can seem a little blurry. Invest in a versatile sports top that can also be styled with accessories for a casual chic look—perfect for a day out in the tropical weather.
And when it comes to weather appropriate looks, the minimalist Plain Jane approach is definitely a cool sight for the eyes. This time-tested trend is a classic for a sleek summer wardrobe, and proves that less can sometimes be more.
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1. When in doubt, puff it out
2. Essential comfort
3. Power prints
Stella McCartney Marble-print denim jacket
Stella McCartney Marble-print tapered-leg jeans
Balenciaga Hourglass gingham single-breasted jacket
Balenciaga Gingham-check twill pencil skirt
4. Cream of the crop
5. Less is more
Photographer: Rob Kulisek
Fashion: Xander Ang
Hair: Kazue Deki
Make-up: Marielle Loubet
Model: Marielle Loubet at IMG Models
Digital operator: Valentino Barbieri
Photographer’s assistant: Kyle Keese
Stylist’s assistants: Alicia Barnet and Marine Boisset
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