The runways of February’s New York Fashion Week included bold geometric prints, the return of jewel-toned colors and classically simple, feminine silhouettes. One such designer that has exemplified NYFW’s most classic and refined designs is Marc Jacobs. Also known as a designer who balances his more rebellious pieces with classic colors and silhouettes, Marc Jacobs has maintained this feel during 2013’s NYFW.
Shown above is a look captured during Marc Jacobs’s RTW Fall 2013 show. Innocently donning a fitted burgundy top, balanced with loose-fitting trousers, Marc Jacobs adds his rebellious piece with a scooped Alexander Wang bootie. The neutral color of the satchel helps keep the look classic, while the model’s wild hair exudes anything but.
For a similar and more affordable look, choose a jewel-toned red, such as brick-red, burgundy or maroon to pair with a navy blue high-waisted trouser. The loose fit of the trouser balances a rather fitted turtleneck, incorporating both feminine and masculine silhouettes. The cool color palette of the outfit pairs well with any black pair of shoes – whether it’s black stilettos, black booties or black sneaker wedges. Add a more refined look by pairing your accessories accordingly – as with this beige satchel from Furla.
Marc Jacobs is but one designer who doesn’t only inspire the quintessential design student or PR Executive. His classic colors, silhouettes and prints prove that his ability for versatility has stood the test of time. Let us know how his RTW Fall 2013 collection has inspired your wardrobe @SuperGlamNews! You can view his collection here.
Top; $30; Moovy; glam-net.com
Pants; $60; Vila Gota; vila.com
Shoes; $80; Aldo; aldoshoes.com
Bag; $228; Furla; furla.com