runway inspired looks

3 Runway-Inspired Looks You Can Wear Right Now

We've recreated three of the more wearable ensembles this season.

Ashley Combs

During fashion week, we look to the runways for inspiration, for artistry. Designers with a flair for the absurd can often deter the lukewarm fashion observer, but amidst all that sartorial chaos, many collections and looks are actually quite wearable. Especially post-pandemic, many designers like Molly Goddard have toned down their designs to appeal to a more casual-oriented market. To better demonstrate this concept, we've recreated three looks for you to shop immediately, instead of waiting for the collections to hit the store.

Babydoll Top + Wide-leg Denim

runway inspired looks

Right photo: Ben Broomfield / Courtesy of Molly Goddard

If you're hesitant about embracing the babydoll silhouette, take a note from Molly Goddard and tone yours down with oversized denim. Then, finish the look off with bright accessories.

Square Toe Ballerina

Mansur Gavriel

Tunic + Leather Pants

runway inspired looks

Right photo: Jonas Gustavsson / Courtesy of Proenza Schouler

It's no secret that we're obsessed with tunics, so of course, we love how they were styled on the Proenza Schouler runways this season. Lean in to the head-to-toe black approach by switching up the materials.

XL Ruched Tote

Proenza Schouler

Blouse + Khakis + Fringe Bag

runway inspired looks

Right photo: Daniele Oberrauch /

Though khakis may at times struggle to shed their workwear connotation, the addition of a black sheer blouse will definitely liven them up. Add some funky accessories like a fringe bag and chunky sandals to complete the look.

Tube Gold-plated Cuff

Jennifer Fisher
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