Yesterday’s strut was just a prelude, it seems. Miss Yara’s out here on these streets doing the promo work and werqing the promo looks. It seems to us, based on these looks and yesterday’s eye-catching Ivyland ensemble, that she’s on a real freshness kick, making a clear attempt to play around with shapes, textiles and color stories. No classic looks in this gal’s lineup.
Yara Sahidi in Adeam at “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah”
There’s an awful lot going on here. That coat is kind of amazing but we’re not convinced the ensemble she chose is the best one for it, with its work uniform (WAAAAY too much of a fast-food apron thing happening) undertones going up against the coat’s more luxe feel. Taken another way, given the striped fabric and quilted white outerwear, it’s hard not to see a mattress situation going on here. We credit her for making a bold choice, but the textiles ruin the design.
Yara Shahidi in Max Mara at”Good Morning America”
You had us until you opened the coat, dear. Fabulously pretty outerwear and lightly kickass boots will always rule any January sidewalk, but we’re afraid we can’t sign off on the shorts – or the entire matchy vibe. That’s a shade of blue that practically demands a contrast or complement color.
First Look: Adeam Workwear Bustier Dress, Blouson Shirt and Bootleg Pant in Frost-grey Blue Stripe from the Pre-Fall 2020 Collection | Brian Atwood ‘Vicky’ Silver Pump
Second Look: Max Mara Coat, Top, Tie, Shorts and Boots from the Spring 2020 Collection
Styled by Jason Bolden | Hair by Kendall Dorsey | Makeup by Emily Cheng
[Photo Credit: DARA KUSHNER/INSTARimages.com, Courtesy of Adeam, Courtesy of Max Mara, brianatwood.com]
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