Lily Collins got photoshoot-ready today and shared three ultra-chic designer looks incorporating some of this year’s buzziest pieces – including one of fashion’s new favorite shoes.
In the first ensemble, the “Emily In Paris” actress wore an ensemble from Saint Laurent and styled a black turtleneck with a leather pencil skirt in a midi-length with a double-breasted camel blazer. She accessorized the outfit with a black fedora hat and a chunky gold chain necklace. For footwear, Collins completed the neutral look with a pair of brown loafers, which featured a tassel accent on the vamp, teamed with white crew-length socks.
For her second outfit, the Netflix star leaned into the monochrome trend and selected this season’s most beloved rich brown hue. Her outfit was designed by Marc Jacobs and featured a structured mini dress with a coordinating tailored coat. Collins accessorized the look with a matching brow, headscarf, gloves and completed the ensemble with the same loafers with high socks combination.
Lastly, the “To The Bone” actress stunned in a tiered ruffle gown from Rodarte in a light pink colorway.
From these several high-fashion looks, Collins confirms that prep school-inspired loafers will be one of the hottest shoe trends for Spring 2021. Some other celebrities who embraced the style include Katie Holmes and Hailey Baldwin. Over the past week, Katie Holmes styled her new favorite shoes from Vagabond Shoemakers, both her a statement yellow coat from Khaite and a quilted black coat from Mango teamed with her signature blue jeans.
Like Collins, Baldwin opted for a designer pair and teamed her novelty Chanel loafers with an oversized white button-down shirt and accessorized the look with a vinyl black bucket hat from Fiorucci and heart-printed white crew-length socks.
When the British-American actress isn’t trying out this trend, black boots tend to be Collins’ go-to shoes to pair with more formal ensembles. Some of her favorite options include styles from brands, such as Casadei, Saint Laurent and Christian Louboutin.
Embrace the actress’s on-trend aesthetic with similar loafer styles available below.
To Buy: Stuart Weitzman Adrina Loafers, $149 (from $495).
To Buy: Sam Edelman Lorraine Loafers, $140.
To Buy: Franco Sarto Franco Hadden Loafers, $70 (from $99).
Click through this gallery to see Lily Collins’ red carpet style evolution over the years.