dressing is in vogue, and for good reason. The basic premise is this:
identify a flattering look, buy multiples of workhorse pieces, and wear
the same look every day with minor tweaks. Depending on your trend
tolerance, you could update your look seasonally (or never). For those
looking to eliminate a major inconvenience from their morning routines,
uniform dressing is the answer.
concept isn’t new, but only in recent years did a mainstream audience co-opt the movement for personal use. When done right, uniform dressing can become a
signature and part of personal branding (see: Steve Jobs, Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour, and Marc Zuckerberg).
If I were less of a neophile, I could see this outfit—moto jacket, drapey top, skinny jeans, and sneakers—being my uniform; it suits my need to caper about well.
|BLANKNYC Morning Suede Moto Jacket in Olive Juice (size XS; more colors here, here, and here) || Forever 21 Dotted Surplice Top (size XS; past season) || Topshop Moto Leigh Ripped Skinny Jeans (size 25×30) || Saint Laurent Cabas Chyc Large Leather East West Bag || Nike ® Blazer High Suede Vintage Sneakers (past season; current season here)|
Happy December, all! (We are now only 108 days away from Spring!)