We’ve got Olympics on the brain. But as fun as training for the 400-meter fly sounds, we’re more suited for looking fly.
Starting with Tanya Taylor. After making a splash at Fashion Week, the NYC-based line hits stores today.
Though many pieces remind us of treasures from Grandma’s closet, the collection reads anything but dowdy (we suspect designing for the Olsens at Elizabeth and James helps).
Get into the swing of things in a pocketed, bell-cut minidress. An orange-and-gray-striped coat layers like a champ, thanks to three-quarter sleeves, a lapel-less neckline, and tailoring that falls away from your body. Pair it with a fuzzy cuffed sweater, crisp white button-down, and mini-floral-print trousers.
Taylor blocks prints with solids, smooth textures with rough, and chunky textiles with featherweight fabrics, so you can effortlessly nail a sartorial medley.
Call it a stroke of genius.
Photos: Courtesy of Tanya Taylor