Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen behind The Row present new pre-fall collection of women's transitional garments inspired by California weather, surf culture of the 1950's 60's and 70's. But the surf theme was felt only in collection details: zip closures, scuba neoprene fabrics and zigzag stitching. Designers were focused on impeccable fabrics, luxury details and clean silhouettes. The color palette comes with muted shades, including white beige, olive green, navy, black and grey. The outfits look beautiful but quiet. All in all, it's a great collection of American sportswear essentials with long, lean look and luxe-austere, graceful details.
That's a beautiful dunmore cream tailored below-the-knee coat worn atop relaxed pullover and styled with culottes and functional flat slippers.
The collarless long coat looks sporty worn atop the same color shift. Update this minimalist look by adding bright accessory.
The maxi black poncho looks like a medieval outfit. Try it on atop white gown.
Here we see a relaxed, white jacket that is paired with knee-length black pleated skirt.
Here we see a long country jacket in navy color worn atop mink zip jacket and knee-length black skirt.
That's a basic khaki olive outfit. It consists of an elongated, long-sleeve top and relaxed trousers.
The lambskin high-collar coat in dark brown color is worn with wide-leg pants in cream white color.
The mannish fit grey cover-up looks great paired with loose-fit floor-length trousers.
The maxi blanket cape covers the relaxed, wool, grey trousers. I personally love the casual weekends fit of this look.
There is kind of pajama touch in this light grey outfit that consists of a collarless, loose-fit shirt and wide-legged pants.
How about wearing this long, ankle-length coat with your work-appropriate essentials.