The latest look on the street is extremely extended sleeves. Right now, it's all about volume, but the next big thing in the sleeve-trend realm (sure, we're making that a thing) is sleeves that are so long, they're almost impractical. Almost. We first saw them on the fall/winter 2016 runways (at shows like Vetements, The Row, and Michael Kors), and then immediately worn by the coolest street style stars. Need proof? Below, we rounded up six ingenious snaps that will convince you to leave your sleeves uncuffed and long.
1. HAVE THE CUFF PEEK OUT FROM UNDERNEATH
Classic pieces, like high-waist jeans and a trench coat, look extra cool with an exaggerated cuff.
Traveling in style: one of the biggest challenges for any woman—especially when packing your entire closet in your suitcase isn't an option. But any frequent flyer will swear by the art of a good edit: just a few key pieces and one go-to outfit can arm you for any occasion. So no matter where you're headed on your next jaunt, be sure to pack one of these three looks.
Though we’ve been (impatiently) waiting for The Jungle Book to hit theaters on April 15, we won’t have to wait much longer for something just as awesome: a The Jungle Book clothing line!
In collaboration with Disney, fashion brand KENZO designed a limited edition collection of clothes inspired by The Jungle Book‘s iconic characters. The best part: It will be released on their website and atBergdorf Goodman on April 7 — so, tomorrow.
Now that the sun is out for a few extra hours every day, it's prime time for showing off a cool pair of sunglasses. And for the street style set, the one style everyone is buzzing about are flat lenses. These unique specs come in all shapes and sizes, but each pair has one thing in common: The lenses have no curve at all. The result is a fresh feel that is noticeable both up close and from afar.
A reflective pair looked cool during fashion week.
Aimee Song matched her glasses to her jacket.
Flat-lens glasses were a simple addition to Margaret Zhang's effortless outfit.