In its February issue, the WSJ Magazine is all about trends like denim and warming knits.
Denim is the fashion you can wear all year round, and the textures, styles and knits give you the ability to take your look from day to night; Everything from dark denim to tailored suits to sleeveless shirts, it’s perennial crop top that rounds out the trends adding texture with frayed sleeves and hems. Tops like the denim polo from Lacoste or Simon Miller tank give you the option to dress up your look with high waisted pants or tone it down with loose fitting shorts.
Your best option for a work-to-play outfit is a sleek, low-cut denim blazer from Bottega Veneta paired with wide fitting denim pants.
Another fashion trend for spring includes the knit, a perfect transition staple, especially when the season changes, you can transition to the oversized and comfortable long sweater, like Max Mara’s wool angora coat is perfect to pair with a casual lightweight dress, or the draped ribbed long sweater from Stella McCartney. Then there’s the mix and matching of fabrics like an embroidered knit top from Dior paired with a silk pencil skirt.
Check out more looks from WSJ’s fashion trends editorial below modelled by Constance Jablonski and styled by Charlotte Collet, and start preparing your closet for the Spring.