3 Ways To Wear The Current/Elliott Stiletto in Sugar
White jeans have become a staple just as much as the classic blue and black pair. They can be styled with just about any color and even smarten up whatever you pair them with them, just like a blazer. For this post I chose the Current/Elliott Stiletto Skinny in Sugar because they have a great fit that you can wear season to season. See the three looks that I came up with below.
Spring/Summer was the inspiration for this look here because the weather has been on the warmer side here in California, 80 degrees to be exact. Since white can be on the cold side at times, I wanted to warm it up with golds, browns and pink. I chose to pair them with The Perfect Shirt by Current/Elliott because I think coral/pink colors are great on many women.
It reads as a neutral, and just like white jeans, really pulls a look together. I wanted to keep everything else simple and clean as well by accessorizing it with a belt by Bottega Vaneta, a Michael Kors watch, Alexander Wang clutch and the perfect Jimmy Choo Anouk pumps. Just rolling the sleeves of the shirt up and you will be ready for a day just hanging out with friends.
This is another look that was inspired by the warmer weather here. I wanted to go more casual with this one than the previous look. I paired the jeans with one of the awesome Marcelo Burlon t shirts, Rag & Bone belt, IRO chain bag, a Michael Kors watch, then finished it off with K Jacques sandals. I was thinking more about a comfort with this look. Something that you can wear to a picnic or on a stroll, rather than a lunch at a restaurant with friends. It is a look that is just super easy, but cool. Something that the shirt definitely gives off.
I wanted to do a look that was still of this season. White can easily work for the colder weather as is does for when it is warm. I chose a Burberry sweater, Ksubi leather jacket, IRO belt, and the Rag & Bone Kinsey boots. I didn’t want this to look bulky with the layering which is why I chose a simpler sweater with clean embellishments on it. The addition of the embellishments also helps dress the look up more than a simple sweater would not do.
-So what do you guys think of these looks? Which look will you be trying out this season?