Sartorially, some of us peak early—as early as grade school when matching your shirt to your trousers to your Skechers to your hair ribbons was the Prime Directive. We like to think we're more open-minded now, but as you'll see ahead, sometimes, the old ways are best.
Glam AF. The best thing about wearing one color head to toe is that you can't really mess it up—the shades don't even have to be exactly the same.
Level 2: tights in the same print as your dress.
Between the fur and the cable knit and the ribbon, we're counting at least five textures here. Variation in fabric = 🔑.
Ditto. Bonus points if your hair fits the theme.
Regular people would do a black boot. Not Vivetta.
Have not even *thought* about wanting colored tights until now.
::need for colored tights intensifies::
Repeat after me: "'Matchy-matchy' is not a dirty word. 'Matchy-matchy' is not a dirty word."
Why do I weirdly like rust now?
Axe the wig (or not—up to you), but keep the yellow, which is shaping up to be as big as it was in the early aughts.
Give me Gucci...
Or this velvet co-ord set.
This dress and those boots would work too.
Like this Gigi look but in glorious color.
You in first grade: tried really hard to find the exact same shades of blue. You now: DGAF.
But still, if you can find tights and Pharrell's hat in aquamarine, good for you.
And fur stoles worn Miss America-style, which is going to be huge.
So much going on, yet not *too* much because of the plum palette.
It's a tough decision, but back left girl wins because her tights are in the same print as her dress. Wouldn't it be nice if they were sold together?