I have loved Camille Rowe ever since seeing her in this video for Vogue:
Of course, she’s now better known as Harry Style’s ex — and the girl who provided the voicemail for “Cherry” (Camille + Harry = ). You might also remember her from her Victoria’ Secret Angels appearance, or kissing Robert Pattinson in that Dior ad.
Unlike Jeanne Damas, who’s doing a sort of perpetual Provencal weekend away thing, Camille Rowe’s is definitely model off-duty, with all the super-fitted T-shirts, perfectly tailored jeans, overalls, and party shoes that might suggest: half Paris, half L.A., which might make sense since her mom is American.
Here, we break her look down into a few essential buys:
– super-fuzzy coats
– Levi’s 501s
– vintage band tees
– vintage other tees
– slouchy sweaters
– and the most party-ready of all party shoes
#1: THE FUZZY, OVERSIZED COAT
Girl never saw a fuzzy coat she didn’t like — whether this giant blue shag rug, below, the white cloud she’s wearing above or the mimosa/coat below that.
And look how cute that shoulder bag is — this is the Chanel bag I want it to be.
Source for the coat below: Sézane.
#1A: Here’s another take on jackets: slim and rock ‘n’ roll girlfriend-style.
The jacket above is from Mango.
And then, two more options for outerwear:
Finally: Who doesn’t love a jean jacket?
#2: SLOUCHY SWEATERS AND SLIM JEANS
So these aren’t the slimmest of slim jeans, but still, the proportions are clear: voluminous top, slim bottom.
Note here we have very skinny jeans, cut to well above the ankle, and black loafers. And of course that’s just a cardigan worn as a top.
Note the latest version of the vintage band tee. Camille is really, really, really good at wearing great T-SHIRTS (#3). We have this one here, the Paul Simon tee under the mammoth yellow fuzzy coat, the vintage band tee under the bizarre denim jacket, and a couple more message tees:
Talk about staying on brand:
I also want that sofa. And here’s another one:
And here’s one last one:
Let’s move on, to OVERALLS (#4). Here’s one option, in a seemingly impossible-to-wear pair in cherry red:
Note how narrow the bib is, which makes these a lot less farmer/more fashion.
Now, note her denim — often lighter than average, often a slim (not skinny, not boot or flared) cut, and then mid- or high-waisted (#5) — no super slouchy waistlines here. What a beautiful tuck on this top, right? Also note the delicate jewelry and the three-quarter sleeves on the super-delicate blouse.
And a couple final notes.
There’s just so much happening here:
This is one way to wear a striped sweater:
Another great white blouse with three-quarter-length sleeves:
This hat? IDK?
And finally, the ultimate party shoes. (And the ultimate picture.)