Soaring the web brings about some eye-catching and chic outfits from Chanel’s runway. The Spring Summer 2016 Ready-to-Wear collection was spotted on a few Asian fashionista stars, including Korean star Park Shin Hye, Korean model and social media star Irene Kim, and Chinese newbie actress Jelly Lin Yun (林允).
The collection consists of a variety of colors and silhouettes from brights to neutrals and from long, satin breezy fabrics to more tight-knitted skirts. While there is definitely something to satisfy everyones’ moods, this post is less about the designer looks and more about what we can gain from these inspired looks. Let’s get to it!
Park Shin Hye’s Botton-Down Maxi
Button-down maxis isn’t something I would normally consider wearing, especially in dark colors that are more suitable for the gloomy, winter moods. I like to associate this carefree staple with pastels, or at least neutrals, with the spring and summer vibes.
Park’s black maxi caught my eye with it’s red, gray, electric blue tones — and the long, drapey dress does give off an overpowering effect. She paired the dress with my favorite black pointy-toed heels and a mini vertical clutch cross body. I especially love how she paired a Chanel runway piece with a messy ponytail.
Perhaps if you live somewhere with a mild winter, this is something that can be pulled off during the fall or winter months.
Park Shin Hye’s Inspired Outfit
Irene Kim in Electric Blue
Cobalt blue is one of those electric colors that makes a statement by itself and turns head when you walk into a room without being controversial nor rebellious.
Korean model and social media star, Irene, was spotted in a cardigan jacket and midi skirt that revolved around the color, cobalt blue. The electric color scheme was balanced off by a range of white accessories, including a quilted Chanel lunchbox-like bag, flats, and a headband.
Irene’s Inspired Outfit
Jelly Lin Yun’s Top-Bottom Pattern Set Outfit
Newcomer Chinese actress, Lin Yun, appeared so poised in her Chanel lavender-toned pattern set sweater and skirt that it’s hard to believe she’s new to the spotlight game.
Although I’m not exactly a fan of the loose, three-quarters sleeve length, I find the matching set outfit adorable and paired with mini skirts, who can resist?! The black Birkenstocks with socks may look tasteless on the runway model, but Jelly’s platform strappy heels serve to elongate her legs.
Again, there is something effortlessly chic about a messy bun with a high-ended branded outfit. Her dice-inspired cube purse is definitely a one-of-a-kind cutie!
Jelly’s Inspired Outfit
Top-bottom pattern set outfits seems to be everywhere these days and with so many styles to choose from, you are bound to find something where simplicity meets statement. This means you won’t have to spend your time mixing and matching!
What do you think?
What do you think of these outfits? Would you wear any of them?