fashion copycat

march 2009

This ensemble has a timeless, wear-it-every-day quality—finishing it with colorful stripes is a nicely playful touch.
Here's how we copied her outfit:

The ultimate wardrobe staple: an iconic, Parisian-chic trench.

Polyester microfiber, $119.50, landsend.com

Based on a style originally released in 1966, the high waist and slim fit of these dark jeans is incredibly flattering.

Cotton blend "1966 Skinny Jeans," $49.50, Levi's, levistore.com

These lush, watery hues are a pretty complement to more neutral separates.

Rayon, $12.50, oldnavy.com

A high heel and pointy toe give the classic office loafer a more sophisticated appeal.

Leather, $88.16, Calvin Klein, zappos.com

Zippered pouches make this high-gloss clutch so versatile.

Patent, $39.99, DG, piperlime.com

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