Part 4 of our EDIT No. 3 finds us in the sometimes dreaded high-waisted pant variety. Before I lose you, let me begin by saying this is a pant that is not only versatile in ways to wear it, but also great on every body type. And here’s why… in three ways to wear the tallest pant of the season on none other than Giorgia!
The Dress Over Pant
A personal favorite! The trick here is to keep the silhouette of the dress in line with the pant. In this scenario, the waist-cinching pant is perfectly suited with a slim charmeuse tunic belted at the waist. Should you not fancy such closeness in your clothes, a straighter leg pant paired with a loose, knee-length button down shirt is just as cool!
The Feminine Top
A delicate top and pant couldn’t look better than here as Giorgia wears it. The combination of a blouse that hints at the skin under and a simple heel with a twist of detail will never get old. A true classic and ever as nice when worn with a tailored slack, possibly with pleats, that sits right at the belly button!
The Coat & Tee Combo
When it gets cold, there’s no better pant to feel warm in (it is covering more area, after all!). And there’s no better coat to wear over said pant than a massive wool peacoat! What I love about the Autumn weather, is you can actually wear just a t-shirt under a coat for a little while. A high-waisted jean would be great here, too!
So there it is, a brief discovery of the pant reaching new heights this fall! Will you trade in your britches for a nipped-in waist?
Look 1: Dress, The Row; Pants, Carven; Belt, Chanel; Heels, Chanel; Bag, Fendi (shown in white) / Look 2: Top, Altuzarra; Pants, Carven; Heels, Aquazzura; Bag, Chanel / Look 3: Coat, Nina Ricci; T-shirt, PLAY COMME des GARÇONS; Pants, Carven; Heels, Aquazzura; Bag, Freedom of Animals.
Text & styling: Brie Welch | Photos: Erik Melvin