Elie Saab

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Photos: Morgane Lay

What I wore

Leather and lace will be a go-to combination until the end of time. Equal parts feminine, rocker, and…badass, it’s a no-fail combination that works its magic around the clock. Especially when it’s Elie Saab. In the name of just witnessing a killer runway show, it’s only fair to strut my stuff in the designer’s goods (head to toe). I’m usually not all about the sequins, but

Saab knows how to weave them in in a way that’s fun and vibrant, not cheesy or flashy. And throwing in a bomber jacket, going with an all black look, and the overall elegance of meshing leather and lace just pull everything together.

But also, can we talk about this purse for a quick second? It makes a statement, but not overly so, and makes you wonder, because there’s no label, and adds a touch of personality, but not enough to distract the rest. It fits the very essentials, and I’m an overnight fan. A little black bag goes a long, long way. Well, and so do the proper shades. Cutler & Gross is a good go-to when on the prowl for a lesser-known variety. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about my Lenon-style Ray-Bans’s and my Linda Farrow oversized shades, but sometimes, it’s nice to go under the radar.

Natacha xoxo

Shop the look

Sequin top + lace and leather jacket + purse: Elie Saab; pants: Prada; shades: culter and gross (similar)

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  1. Sylvia says:

    Amazing jumper!