During Fashion Week, cool-girl-approved brand Off-White channeled royal style with a sartorial tribute to the late Princess Diana. This year marked the 20th anniversary of HRH’s tragic death, which is why designer Virgil Abloh chose the people’s princess as his muse for the fashion house’s spring/summer ’18 runway show and collection. The late royal was known for her iconic style that was equal parts timeless and trendy. Luckily, there is another noteworthy noble (Duchess of Cambridge, looking at you) who has been giving us style inspiration as of late. Scroll down for the fashion buys fit for a courtier.
Princess Diana loved the classic combo of black and white, often in waist-cinching styles, which apparently the fashion world is (still!) so here for. This pouf-sleeved blouse features a statement sleeve that would slay even today. (Photo via Tim Graham/Getty)
Brit + Co Pick: Express Gingham One Shoulder Puff Sleeve Top ($60)
Here’s your chance to make good on fashion’s most evergreen trend. Nautical stripes are so much more than a French-girl staple, making every outfit — and photo — look cuter. Throw on a navy blazer to elevate it to business-casual territory in a flash like Kate Middleton. (Photo via Mumby/Indigo/Getty)
Brit + Co Pick: Everlane The Heavyweight Tee ($45)
Every fashion gal needs to own at least one life-altering LBD. Evening-ready noir makes for glam nighttime garb that you can wear — and re-wear — with confidence. (Photo via Fincher/Getty)
Brit + Co Pick: Bardot Tara Lace Off Shoulder Dress ($128)
This power-red blazer in its trend-right double-breasted style and regal hardware is just the wardrobe workhorse we had in mind for fall. It’s haute enough to handle this season’s most pinnable shade and will be your new closet MVP when the weather’s downright chilly. (Photo via Mumby/Indigo/Getty)
Brit + Co Pick: ASOS Tailored Longline Blazer With Gold Buttons ($79)
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