It seems like everyone is talking about quiet luxury these days. So, what is it exactly? It’s all about focusing on clean, pared-back essentials in classic cuts and luxe fabrics. In fact, it’s more of a non-trend than a real trend. Oh, and most importantly – no visible branding or logos! We put together a list of our quiet luxury essentials we’re wearing all fall from Saks. And yes, some of these pieces have a higher price tag, but you have to think of them as an investment. They’ll be chic forever!
Quiet luxury is all about fit and fabric, so I tend to start with tailoring. A great pair of black trousers goes with everything. Do you ever remember Shiv Roy in a pair of jeans? I don’t think so. These Rag & Bone trousers are perfectly lived-in and slouchy for a more casual pair. Rohé’s cigarette pants have the cropped flare silhouette that’s becoming one of the biggest trends of the season.
If you have trousers, you’re going to need a blazer. I’ve been into a double-breasted option this season, like this Derek Lam Crosby black jacket or this Veronica Beard navy pinstripe one. If you’re committed to a single-breasted, this Veronica Beard navy wool jacket is as classic as it gets.
And of course, there are the rest of your wardrobe building blocks. A really fantastic cashmere sweater – the more, the merrier. This vanilla bean dream from Vince and Saks Collection crewneck will bring some lightness to any trousers.
When it comes to purses, you want to stick with leather. Prada’s chunky loafers will be just as cool ten years from now, but this Tod’s pair with a lug sole keeps the logo out of it. Instead of Bottega Veneta’s super-trendy puffy purses, I’m drawn to the classic leather woven style. Look at this gorgeous hobo bag, or this chocolate brown crossbody.
Shop the rest of our quiet luxury from Saks below:
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