The TEXTILE Elizabeth & James fall 2020 lookbook is an interesting reflection of the season’s hottest trends. By now, it’s nearly impossible not to be aware of the major ’90s throwback the season is defined by. If you’ve opened any catalogs lately, you’ve surely seen the multitude of grunge inspired looks for these months. It’s therefore not surprising that the new TEXTILE Elizabeth & James lookbook brings much of the same edgy vibes. What is surprising, however, is that the label goes where few brands have gone before and brings back Birkenstocks.
If for many fashion labels such styles are one of those things that should stay in the pages of fashion history, never to return again, for others, the comfort these shoes are defined by and, due to their rather controversial style status, the statement they inevitably make, are enough reasons to be brought back. Well, the new TEXTILE Elizabeth & James fall 2020 lookbook prompts fashionistas to reconsider these styles, bringing several cool options with a discreet edgy twist worth taking into account.
The new TEXTILE Elizabeth & James lookbook abounds in cool tees, flannel shirts and oversized sweaters, cool cardigans, fab skinny jeans and warm jackets. Any one of the new offerings can instantly become trusted wardrobe staples this fall and even in the seasons to come as they are incredibly versatile and can be adapted to many looks. Moreover, the versatile color palette ensures endless mixing and matching options. A downside of the new line, however, is that there aren’t too many options accessories-wise.
If you’re all about effortless chicness, you should definitely consider taking inspiration from the new TEXTILE Elizabeth & James lookbook, especially when it comes to mixing different textures. These cool combos are sure to be a great choice for any of those occasions when you’re in need of a chic casual look and find yourself thinking you have nothing to wear.
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