Key Suit Trends You should be Trying Out

The Lady Gaga’s Big Suit Energy

When Lady Gaga arrived at the annual Women In Hollywood event to accept an award, instead of a traditional evening gown she appeared in the finest version of slouching insouciance we’ve seen since Julia Roberts’ heyday. “This was an oversized men’s suit made for a woman. Not a gown,” she said. “In this suit, I felt like me today. In this suit, I felt the truth of who I am well up in my gut… I decided today I wanted to take the power back. Today I wear the pants.” Hers is a profoundly compelling sentiment, and one of the many reasons why oversized tailoring appears to be taking over (Big Suit Energy: it’s a thing).

The Bella Hadid’s Skirt Suit Realness



Bella Hadid has always proven on a regular basis that the nineties are back – This isn’t the flannel shirting and grungey tees of yesteryear, but rather the chic refinement of Jil Sander and Prada. Here, Hadid has transformed skirt suiting into modern minimalism rather than middle-management misery – but if you aren’t convinced by its pared-back appeal, then there are alternative eras to look towards.

Cara Delvingne’s Classic Revival Suit

when Cara wore a tux and top hat for Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding, the  fashion  world was wowed. So, take a tip from the boys and subvert sartorialism by integrating masculine forms and fabrics into your life Gender binaries are no longer relevant – and they certainly do not need to be applied to your wardrobe.

Victoria Beckham’s Muted Elegance Suit

Nothing says chic quite like a camel coloured blazer – except, perhaps, a dusty grey two-piece. Invest now and know that, as well as looing as thoroughly composed as Victoria Beckham, you’re a few months ahead of the curve.




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