One Vogue Editor’s Quest to Find Moderately Adventurous Styling Tricks
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In today’s edition of What I Wore This Week, Sarah Spellings shares her past five days—a collection of layered looks, backward cardigans, Rachel Comey, and cowboy boots.
I’m not a stylist. I love clothes, but I don’t have that artistic inner voice that says, “oh you know what? This dress would look great with an upside-down, inside-out t-shirt layered underneath it.” (I’m assuming that’s the inner monologue of a stylist.) Instead, I generally rely on solid pieces that do the work for me. I’ve written before that my ideal aesthetic is “wayward West Texas art collector,” and that means I rely on a closet of well-selected, sculptural, or whimsical pieces in neutral colors that I know I’ll wear again and again.
But every now and then, I get the itch to try and experiment with my clothes, to push the boundaries of what I’m comfortable with just a little bit. This happened to me on Sunday evening. Lying in bed watching the cast of Succession panic in their neat little suits, I had the sudden urge to wear a metallic Rachel Comey wrap dress to work the next day.