Matching to the recommended Weekend Read, click here, it’s just about time to share a little styling inspiration.
Not an insider note and possibly not too surprising but still quite “recent” to me, I started admiring one of the Moda Operandi ladies’ style a lot during the past seasons and last week’s post about the Moda Operandi column on BoF has just reminded me of sharing a little style inspiration of one of my favourites.
Always sophisticated, slick and with a statement, Taylor Tomasi Hill appears to have one of the most interesting tastes and never fails to prove that mix-and-match looks can be truly gorgeous if done in a right dose by the right people.
It seems like she could pull off almost everything when getting herself together for the next fashion show in Paris, New York, London or somwhere else. And I really do love spotting the outcome of her creativity when hunting the different street style blogs.
Whether she gets herself in some clean cut pieces, pulls her hair back and wears her cat-eyed shades on or whether she combines the easy Rodarte shirt to some power pants, statement jewellery and fierce heels, Hill knows for sure how to bring her very own signature into a mix of runway looks, cassics and trending pieces.
Classy with an edge all season long: TTH’s well trained (thanks to the heels?) legs always get their own attention.
Adore the turtleneck; full outfit displayed further below.
Again, TTH mixes classy pieces (trench & blouse) with a pretty, sophisticated twist (jewellery,heels & shorts!)
Elf-like vs. Motorbike; she definitely works the look.
Flowers & leather
FAVOURITE FAVOURITE FAVOURITE FAVOURITE FAVOURITE FAVOURITE F.A.V.O.U.R.I.T.E!
A whimsical twist with a skort-like (neither skirt nor shorts) piece on an all-black-everything base
A strict look to die for…!
If TTH doesn’t let her legs fully do the proof of her incredible figure, then it’s her waist catching the spotlight. None of the looks appear average though nearly all of them broadly consist of basics (overknees, printed skirt, mini skirt, fur gilet or leather top) and some statement piece (scarf, golden details, ankle cross strap heels, easy summer-coat in grey).
Picture credit: I don’t own any of the shown pictures, however it’s quite complicated tracing each picture’s origin. Some of the credits can be already seen on the pictures themselves (among them Adam Katz Sindig for Le 21ème, Stockholm Street Style & Lee Oliviera). All of them were found on Pinterest and most of them dragged over to my Street Style Love board.