Nothing says ‘girl boss’ like a well tailored suit. Elongating the legs with contrasting vertical stripes, these Arya the Label suits (worn by bombshells Elyse Knowles and Brooke Hogan) strike the perfect balance between feminine and masculine dressing. Working to cinch in the waist, wide belts worn over structured jackets was one trend I loved from the FW17 runways.

Suit: Arya the Label
Bag: Yves Saint Laurent
Hair & Makeup: Jade K Makeup


Suit: Arya the Label
Earrings: Linden Cook x Viktoria and Woods
Bag: Gucci
Hair & Makeup: Jade K Makeup



For a slightly ‘undone’ look, take inspiration from Lauren Phillips by pairing your tailored suit with glowing skin and a messy top knot. This versatile Sass & Bide set can be styled in a variety of ways to elevate your work wardrobe. Keep it buttoned up for a more sophisticated look or create a flared pant by unbuttoning to the knee.

Jacket: Sass & Bide
Pants: Sass & Bide
Shoes: Tony Bianco
Earrings: F+H Jewelry
Hair & Makeup: Jade K Makeup


If you’re looking to invest in a suit this season, stick to timeless pieces like this set from Bianca Spender. With such a classic silhouette, I love how this long-line blazer flatters the figure by nipping you in at the waist. Worn over tailored pants, you can easily transition this look from day to night by ruching the sleeves and showing a little skin.

Jacket: Bianca Spender
Pants: Bianca Spender
Watch: Christian Paul Watches
Bag: Dolce & Gabbana



If you’re a bit hesitant to dive into the masculine dressing trend, ease into it with a structured jumpsuit like this piece from Cameo. Complementing Kylie’s olive complexion, this look had a distinctly feminine feel with a blend of gorgeous blush tones.

Jumpsuit: Cameo Collective
Earrings: Samantha Wills
Shoes: Alexander McQueen
Bag: Chloe
Makeup: Makeup by Amelia Webb

Photography: Karon Photography and Indianna Roehrich