Max Irons brings a fresh and exciting combination of edge and elegance to the I·N·C collection. His thoughtful intelligence and sharp style are captured in a series of still images, shot by Walter Chin and styled by Bill Mullen that will resonate with the I·N·C customer and appear in the 631 Macy’s stores that carry the collection and online at Macys.com. The campaign also includes a short video of the actor talking about personal style and self-expression, created by Zack Resnicoff of Impressionista Films.
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We’ve all been there, an impromptu invite out by that cute boy, or girl, or even your gay bff, and you have no time to hurry home and change. You could meet up in your work wear, but a fresh change of accessories would make your outfit much more apropos for the venue. And besides, as much as you love your big bags they just get in the way in any packed, trendy bar.
All you need to stash in your desk is a neutral colored clutch (I prefer my neutrals in metallics) and some edgier heels that can take a beating and you can run around in.
Toss the blazer onto your desk chair, store the luscious blue suede shoes (you don’t want to see what booze does to suede!), and grab only the essentials from your work bag and throw them into the clutch. And if there’s time, touch up your makeup before you leave- this way you will take less cosmetics with you, preventing your clutch from bursting open.
A maxi skirt may be very trendy (and a great way to keep your legs warm), but the last thing you want to is become a walking mop for the bar floor. The easiest way to prevent this from happening is by taking a bit of the skirt over the front of your belt and tucking it back into your waistband. The elastic waist and the belt will help hold the skirt in place, and it gives the entire outfit a fun, asymmetrical look.
Shirt: Old Navy
Maxi Skirt: Forever21
Shoes 1: Macy’s INC.
Bag 1: Coach
Shoes 2: Sam Edelman Fritz Slingback Clogs
Bag 2: Elaine Turner
Monochromatic looks aren’t new; fashionistas are used to dressing H2T (Head-to-Toe) in a monochromatic color- black. But in September the runway was flooded in monochromatic looks from all spectrums of the rainbow.
Instead of breaking up the boldness of your red pants with a black top, swap out the black for yet another swath of red. Make yourself into a human cherry.
Or in my case, a blueberry.
This post may have been written under the influence of too much caffeine
or not enough.
I’ve had these blue suede shoes for a while now, and their electric color is always eye-catching. I typically pair them with a black dress during a job interview- I find having a pop of color on my feet helps me stick in the interviewer’s mind.
But imagine my excitement when I found pants that matches their pigmentation perfectly! And then a shirt that is their color twin (or triplet). And while the blazer doesn’t match in perfect hue, I think that since the other three items of my outfit are an exact shade match, the colors all complement each other enough.
Shirt: Old Navy
Pants: New York & Company
Shoes: Macy’s INC.