While I was up in New York for the Nick Graham show, I noticed a ton of fantastic street style…pretty much everywhere we went. The heat was oppressive – in the upper 80’s and 90’s, yet despite the heat there were so many people who had their fashion game strong…strategic for the heat, but strong.
One street style fashion maven who’s had her sartorial game on point recently is Kristin Cavallari, a surprise contender on my radar lately. Her looks have been fresh, simple and not over-styled, but definitely interesting and fashion forward. I think my favorite is actually the sporty Esteban Cortazar dress. Enjoy the inspo, and find out where to shop the look.
Interestingly, this is actually sold as a shirt that Cavallari streeeetched into a dress. And you can tell she’s being demure and guarded with her steps, because there is very little forgiveness in this dress-shirt-dress if you take a step too wide or a breeze picks up. Brave, girl. But on the plus side, it looks good. Sea should really consider selling this in a dress proportion…with just a couple inches more.
Shirt: Sea // Shoes: Stuart Weitzman // Earrings: Uncommon James
I love the sporty motif on Kristen. She has a very athletic figure, and her shoulders are perfect for this look. The cut is whooo, low, but she pulls it off with confidence. And look at those stems! She’s got it, she’s flaunting it, and the dress has this great nautical-meets-athleisure vibe going on.
Dress: David Koma // Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
This was a paid appearance for Svedka vodka, ramping up for the July 4th holiday. I’m definitely a fan of not over-dressing for cookouts, and this denim dress she wore for this event is perfect (and super cute) for a low key, friendly cookout. There are so many options coming out for the denim trend right now, and the overall style straps are a great touch.
Her hair looks gorgeous here, and this is another sporty knit dress that just looks stellar on her frame. The silver wave element highlights the curves, reminding me of a mashup between Versace Couture 2016 and Louis Vuitton Resort 2017.
Dress: Esteban Cortazar // Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
What is there not to love about this look? Super simple, but high impact. The wide check pattern is very complementary for her silhouette, and the color is understated and perfect for her skin tone. Cute little trick to wear the jacket as a cape, making sure that feminine figure is shown off a bit more.
Dress: Alexander Wang // Jacket: Alexander Wang // Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
The super white tennis dress is a fresh summer moment, and the shoes make this outfit just pop. Again, a simple look but with high impact. This girl knows how to dress.