The season of spring brings with itself more colors, more vibrancy. The blooming of flowers sets a happy and colorful mood all over, and it’s hard to escape the festivity the season brings with itself. The fashion is likewise reflective of that. Springs bring with it florals, pastels, and various easy-flowing garments that set the tone for the trends. However, it’s always refreshing to watch someone switch from the mainstream and expected spring look and rock something edgier and bolder.
Enter Emily Ratajkowski. She decided to take spring up several notches up the edgy ladder when she was spotted in New York City in a suit for the season. However, her take on the suit-piece isn’t dated at all, as her accessories make them all come together seamlessly.
Ratajkowski put a slightly austere and experimental twist to her look. Donned in a two-piece leather suit, she put what spring fashion stands for through a wringer.
The two-piece leather suit has featured on the spring runways of Dion Lee, Alexander McQueen, and many other designers. While many may argue that this look is more fall-winter fashion than spring, Ratajkowski’s look begs to differ. She teamed the two-piece with a printed vintage button-up shirt that screams couture spring-summer as not many other garments do. The pink Nike sneakers help soften up the look and add a lighter feel to it. Paco Rabanne’s chainmail bag also helps lighten up the seriousness of the look and give it a slightly more casual feel. Her tortoise cat eyeglasses add all the necessary goofy vibrancy the season beckons.
While the leather suit itself may not scream spring, Ratajkowski’s look is complete with accessories and provides a fresh take on how we view spring fashion. She also proves that having a classic suit can always be in style, no matter what season it is.