WHY WE LOVE THEM
Not meant for nightclubs or superheroes, spring’s silvery looks are theflamboyant equivalent of go-everywheredenim. The key to the color’s deftrepositioning is a draped, unstructuredweightlessness that makes the shine aseffortless to step out in as a smile.
HOW TO WEAR IT
Silver can lookedgy—or even severe—in a structured silhouette, so stickto loose or sweatshirt-easy cuts. Pairwith clean-lined casual pieces, as you wouldif you were slicking up denim. Steer clear ofcolor, except for white or neutrals. No big dealhair; a hint of sparkle to the eye. For shoes, we suggest going silver—no goldallowed, except wedding bands.
Photos: (left to right) Rag amp Bone, Dries Van Noten, Christian Cota, Burberry Prorsum
Elie Tahari Bangles
Antiqued-silver bangles, Elie Tahari, $198 (top) and $148 (bottom); 212-334-4441.
Michael Michael Kors Dress
Sequined cotton dress, Michael Michael Kors, $300; michaelkors.com.
6126 by Lindsay Lohan Vest
Metal-coated rayon vest, 6126 by Lindsay Lohan, $150; 6126bylindsaylohan.com.
Silk and cashmere dress, Magaschoni, $284; magaschoni.com.
Metallic linen-cotton skirt, Suno, $350; 212-229-9424.
Alejandro Ingelmo Sandals
Metallic leather sandals, Alejandro Ingelmo, $450; 646- 692-8184.