Rachel Green: Day 1
Finding a low-waist skirt in 2019 is almost an impossible task. Waistlines have seen a huge shift since Rachel Green was rocking hip-grazing miniskirts in the '90s. In the 2010's, we preferred the high-waist silhouette, which first came into fashion when Christian Dior debuted his "New Look" in the 1950's.
While our first Rachel Green-inspired look doesn't scream the '90s, it's superwearable and effortlessly stylish. I wore it to work and felt way more polished than usual, and it made a nice transition into the evening for dinner and drinks in Soho. I felt, how do you say, chic. Haha.
Black Jumper: Topshop Black Knitted Marl Funnel Neck Top (£18, originally £22)
Grey Skirt: Sézane Lorraine Skirt (£90)
Black Boots: V by Very Taylor Straight Leg Knee Boots - Black (£45)
Gold Hoops: Dinny Hall Signature Small Hoop Earrings (£165)