Today I'd like to bring you Rachel Antonoff’s awesome and bold Fall-Winter collection's lookbook. The next cold season is inspired by Shockproof Sydney Skate, 1970's a coming-of-age novel written by Marijane Meaker. You are about to see my favorite looks including casual cotton separates, wool overalls with eye-catching "No Smoking" embroidery print, feminine silk wrap dresses and outerwear designs, like those vibrant wrap coats, color-blocking mini-skirts, schoolgirl jackets and knits. I personally felt in love with those tailored sweatpants with an elastic waistband. All in all, Rachel Antonoff brings us a real retro-preppy range of feminine clothes.
This red trench is a real essential for those working ladies who love wearing stylish must-haves.
A V-neck day-dress ideal for secretaries.
No smoking embroidery on a khaki dress with pockets, which is worn with a white turtleneck.
Short sleeve button down teamed with pleated trousers.
I really like this silk button-down with patch pockets which is tucked in tartan mini skirt.
The simple tee is tucked in three-color skirt. This look is ideal for semi-casual wearing.
Shirt-collar navy wrapped dress.
A gray sweat-tee (no smoking) is tucked in relaxed high-waisted dark turquoise color pants.
These tartan overalls are great for working hours, but you can try them wearing at cocktail parties as well, just style them with your favorite silken shirt.
How about all in plaid print? The overalls can be teamed with your statement trench-coat for an elegant update.
Another office appropriate look for your daily wear: a collarless printed shirt tucked in sweat-trousers.
How about relaxed and semi-casual style. I love these burgundy trousers teamed with loafers.
Those ladies who want a cute and sweet appearance will for sure fall in love with this black silken ensemble with a white maid-like collar.
Here we see a white turtleneck worn under navy overalls with "No Smoking" embroidery.