Lea Michele Wears White Jeans After Labor Day At Her 'You First' Book Signing — PHOTO
From the premiere of her show to her book signing, it's been a busy week for this "scream queen." Lea Michele wore white after Labor Day for her book signing, and made a fashionable case for ditching the style rule once and for all. Although her look was filled with bright colors and florals, it's definitely a fall must-have. Michele has been running around New York all week for talk show appearances, but she found time to promote her second book, You First: J ournal Your Way to Your Best Life, at a book signing in Los Angeles, according to the Daily Mail.
She ignored the post-Labor Day rule (does anyone follow that particular style guideline anymore?) by rocking a pair of white jeans and a pastel striped T-shirt by Suno for the event. There were no autumnal colors or details in Michele's outfit, but the bright and bold style works no matter the season.
Her outfit was styled by Brad Goreski, who also put together her look for the Scream Queens premiere, and the star looked completely polished for the event. The pastel colors on her shirt paired perfectly with white jeans, but the whole effect wasn't over-the-top. Her nude heels also helped to tone down the look for fall. This is Michele's second self-help and empowerment book, and she looked beautiful promoting it.
Pastels are the perfect way to sneak some color into your fall wardrobe. Even though the Suno top she wore isn't in stores yet, there are still other ways to rock a similar look.
Made by the same company, this Suno shirt gives off a similar feminine and effortless vibe.
(Lace Paneled Top, Suno, $428)
These jeans are the perfect fit and the ankle zip adds some personality.
(Ankle Zip Jeans, True Religion, $168)
Finish the look with a sleek and sophisticated heel.
(Ridia Heel, ALDO, $75)
It's as simple as that!
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