Celebrity Style Steal: Diane Kruger In Head-to-Toe Pattern

Actress Diane Kruger shows us there is no such thing as too much pattern at the Tory Burch fashion show during New York Fashion Week Fall ’17. Head-to-toe pattern is risky and bold but when done right it can be nothing less than chic. Kruger’s print emotes a mod vibe. To get the Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style front row look try this jacquard suit jacket and pant by ASOS. The jacquard pattern delivers a vintage twist to your look but it’s the accessories that will make it modern. Belting the jacket at the waist will give your body shape and also makes the jacket part of your look so you stay warm while staying stylish. This Michael Kors Collection wide leather belt will accomplish that goal. A pointed-toe pump is another key element to this look and you can never go wrong with this pointed toe pump by Charles David. The choker necklace has been a trendy essential this season and adding one to this look will give the ensemble the edge it needs. So try this set of two chokers by Chan Luu. To finish the look add this crossbody bag by Coach 1941. The burgundy hue brings another pop to the outfit and gives it freshness.

Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style
ASOS Floral Vintage Jacquard Blazer – $91
Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style
ASOS Floral Vintage Jacquard Cigarette Pants – $61
Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style
Michael Kors Collection – Wide Leather Belt – $420
Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style
Charles David – Genesis Leather Pointed Toe High Heel Pumps – $299
Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style
Chan Luu – Black Flower Lace & Velvet Choker Necklace, Set of Two – $90
Diane Kruger NYFW Celebrity Style
Coach 1941 – ‘Dinky 24’ Leather Crossbody Bag – $450

– Rachel Bogo

Photo Source: Daily Mail

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