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15 Must-Have Pieces for a Street-Style-Worthy Outfit, According to the Designers of John Elliott

New year, new wardrobe.

By: Hannah Baxter

There’s nothing we love more than seeing a fashion power couple translate their good taste to their own individual styles. Even better when they seem to pair together seamlessly. Such is the case for the husband-and-wife team behind John Elliott—designer John Elliott and his wife, Rochelle Elliott. When we arrived at their Los Angeles home to dig through their respective closets, we were pleased to find a treasure trove of old Céline (tear), plenty of denim, and more sneakers and sunnies then we could fathom. It all equated to a laid-back street-style vibe that is synonymous with their brand (which has garnered fans from Beyoncé to LeBron). That’s a personal style we can get behind. Check out the three style rules we learned from the couple, as well as the 15 pieces you’ll need to master their uniform way of dressing.

 

1. Invest in your sneaker game

Having collaborated with Nike to create a shoe for LeBron, you better believe that this couple appreciates a good sneaker. With dozens upon dozens of pairs to choose from, it’s obvious that there’s no such thing as too many when it comes to footwear.

 

2. A statement bag can elevate any outfit

We hear it over and over again—invest in your bags, and you won’t regret it. Rochelle claims that even on the days when she’s rocking jeans and a t-shirt, she’ll throw on a statement bag and feel like a million bucks.

 

3. Denim is king

Obviously, with a brand rooted in denim, John Elliott’s founders understand the power of a good pair of jeans. Slouchy, ripped, high-waisted—whatever your preference, find the style that makes you feel amazing.

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