An Ode to Sade’s Personal Style
You would have no idea these timeless looks were from the ’80s and ’90s.
Shop Our Favorite Pieces Inspired by Sade’s Personal Style:
We definitely categorize the selection of a bolero jacket as one of those go-big-or-go-home situations. This velvet embellished number is deeply fabulous, and since it’s not trendy per se, you can keep it in your closet forever.
If you’re looking for a slightly toned-down version of the aforementioned bolero, we think this tailored red Prada jacket is to die for. Style with jeans (and red lipstick, of course) for an everyday look.
Sade would be the first to tell you there’s no end to how you can style a pair of black trousers. Try yours with a cropped bolero, an oversize button-down, or simply a figure-hugging turtleneck.
No closet is complete without a fitted white turtleneck. If you’re looking to wear yours like Sade, pair it with gold hoops and black high-waisted trousers.
No Sade look is complete without the addition of a red lip. This is the perfect way to elevate even the simplest of ensembles.
We’re guessing most of you already have more than a few pairs of gold hoops in rotation, but here’s a pair if you’re in need. The investment is foolproof—we’ve yet to find a look they don’t complement.
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