Now that you've returned to reality, loaded up on more dairy and gluten—and new-old clothes lifted from your childhood closet—than you ingested before the holidays combined, direct your energy toward a more manageable resolution than weight loss: figuring out how to wear your most passé clothes. Here, six of the cobweb-iest pieces you own, with six inventive ways to give them a new lease on life.
But has been so overplayed, you're semi-frightened to pull it on from The Chair, lest it brands you a fashion victim. (And sends the rest of the pile toppling.) Phoebe Philo, as always, lights the way, however, pairing the aforementioned item with a boxy shirt and trainers for an outfit that's at once modern and good for hiding any post-holiday billowing out. Side note: We're really seeing a move away from the nipped-in waist, which is like, thank goodness.
Still good—especially in winter, when you want to convey that you're not marshmallow-y all over—but still kind of boring. Solution: snip, snip.
There are only so many ways to wear trousers, but here is one you might not have considered yet, despite the overwhelming evidence for it: under a dress. Start out sheer like Rachael Wang here, then play with opaque fabrics and lengths. They're just really, really thick tights, if you think about it.
See above. P.S. More Pre-Fall 2017 thoughts this way.
More Vetements-themed seismic activity. Also consider the It-girl uniform of the season.
Down with the fracket, in with Chanel's edict of practical outerwear wherever, whenever—even at the Ritz.