The Fashion Assistant’s personal aesthetic is always a few steps ahead of the next trending look. Combining classic denim pieces with bold, statement-making picks, the Fashion Assistant’s unique take on work-ready style makes her an endless source of inspo for those around her.
The Fashion Assistant’s workweek begins with a hectic day of run-throughs for an upcoming shoot. What better look to organize clothing racks in than a mood-boosting double-denim ensemble? A classic jean jacket layered over a black turtleneck and overalls-style dress sets a tone of confidence, and cowboy boots only emphasize the power move-making vibes
Photo shoot time! For days spent on your feet, roomy cropped jeans add a little edge to your favorite pair of bright sneaks. Ideal for running from set back to the racks (or anything else that requires movement), the look is topped with a cozy sweater for total comfort — no matter how many shirts are yet to be steamed.
For rubbing elbows at a busy industry event, the Fashion Assistant’s style expertly toes the line between low-key and luxe. Combining cuffed dark denim with a bright pink satin bow-tie blouse and silver strappy sandals, the look makes an entrance without stealing the show.
For a busy day of showroom visits around town (and by default, inter-industry introductions), making a good first impression is crucial. Keep things polished but practical in body-skimming medium-wash jeggings, a form-fitting top with front zip detailing, and pointed boots. It's an errands-ready look that’s anything but ordinary.
For end-of-workweek celebrations, the Fashion Assistant steps out in button-fly jeans and a high-volume animal print blouse. Sharpening the details from head to toe, fishnet tights add a fun twist to her open-toe sandals, and a beaded evening bag carries all the night’s essentials.
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Editorial by Elly Ayres/BDG; Photography: Grace Huang; Styling: Natalie Scicolone; Illustrations by Allison Gore/BDG; Art Director: Diana Weisman/BDG; Junior Designer: Emma Muro/BDG; Editorial Fashion Lead: Elly Ayres/BDG; Production: Kat Fry/BDG