Wear these Androgyne shorts with a striped top in a more feminine cut to balance out proportions.
Happy New Year, Seekers! Allow us to ring in the New Year not only with fresh drops, but also with fresh ideas for your wardrobe. The holidays may be over, but it doesn't mean you have to stop wearing colors attributed to the festive season. We're having a bit of a holiday hangover (style-wise), that's why we say: green is STILL in!
Dear Seekers, we know you are no strangers to skirt-dressing that's why we can't help but have new skirt designs all the time...just for you! For a no-brainer, casual look to lunch, don the Bovedas skirt with a basic white tank and sandals. Throw on a pair of colorful earrings like the Dariya to keep the look fun and flirty.
Do you have any style resolutions this year? How about going more adventurous with your fashion choices? We love a good print-on-print, and so should you! Wear the Sanlucar top tucked in under these Seeker-approved Tetouan pants, for a creative take on a monotone look. Accessorize with a geometric pair of earrings and your go-to black sandals. Top it off with a boater's hat, if you must!
On days when you don't feel like overthinking your outfit, you can always grab any statement-making dress like this Androgyne wrap dress. Pair with the Luisa hoop earrings and pointy mules to keep things modern. Earthy tones never looked this good.
Thinking of ways to dress up your jeans? Wear this Androgyne long vest over a tank and jeans combo and off you go! Pair with sneakers or strappy sandals for errand day. What's great about this vest is that you can also use it as a cover up for your upcoming beach trips, too!
We'll always have a soft spot for ruffles and we think you would adore this Luena dress with contrast piping and tie detail. Worn with low-heeled sandals and a hat, you've got one travel look crossed out for your next trip. This would look cute with white sneaks too!
Have fun copping these looks and wear your greens! Happy seeking!
Photos shot on location at Museo de Padilla
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