Films And The City
Toronto International Film Festival had us movie obsessed, and most fans of the silver screen can relate. While TIFF premieres and screening parties may be a distant dream for most of us, that doesn’t mean going out to the movies is out of the question.
The nice thing about checking out the flicks in theatres instead of hitting the red carpet? Well, you’ll be able to dress much more casually- and that means comfortably, but still fashionable. Wondering what to wear on your movie date or to that must-see chick flick? We’ve come up with a look that screams future Hollywood star just out for a relaxed night of popcorn and previews.
Who said leggings or stretch pants are the only clothing appropriate for putting your legs up on the seat in front of you? (Is that still frowned upon?) You will turn heads waiting in the ticket line in this Topshop maxi skirt and H&M graphic tank combo. It’s always smart to layer up to stay warm in the theatre, so throw on this Alexander Wang leather vest or a similar biker-style leather jacket. The combo of girly and edgy, along with quirky moccasin wedges and a printed scarf, may even allow you a free double feature — or an invite to the TIFF premieres next year.
Shop The Look: High Waist Pleat Maxi Skirt, $60, Topshop
Shop The Look: Printed Scarf, $65, J. Crew
Shop The Look: Minnetonka Lace Up Fringe Ankle Wedge Boot, $75, Zappos
Shop The Look: Alexander Wang Cropped Leather Vest, $318, The Outnet
Shop The Look: Tank, $14, H&M