I’m After the Quiet-Luxury Look—29 Cool Finds Sitting in My Cart

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I recently rediscovered the phrase “quiet luxury,” and I simply can’t get over it. I’ve been wanting to put into words my current obsession with minimalist items that make a statement while being entirely nondescript—this is how it’s done. After watching plenty of trends walk in and out of my wardrobe, I’m set on investing in forever items for the rest of the year. I’m talking about the dress that I could wear to nearly every party on my calendar and it would fit right in, the shoes that will match every outfit I wear for the next 30 years if I want them to, and the bag that has people wondering where I got it from.

I’d describe “quiet luxury” as the Birkin bag of fashion aesthetics. You have to know fashion to recognize it on the streets. People who aren’t as familiar with what’s up and coming with fashion will just think to themselves when they see you, “She looks rich.” Here are 29 pieces that will help you exude that response from the people who pass by you.

It all starts with a logo-free bag.

I’ve been dreaming of a denim trench coat, and this just might be the best one I’ve seen.

You’re coming home with me.

Invest in the classics.

If you’re after a quiet-luxury look as well, basics will be your best friend.

Tailored suiting never gets old.

Don’t be afraid to play around with color.

Perfection.

I think these are the most timeless jeans on the internet.

Can I just copy and paste this styling?

Don’t forget about the waistcoat you haven’t worn in a minute.

If you’re down to try out a Canadian tuxedo, this one’s for you.

Something about this neckline feels elite.

The cargo pants of blazers.

There’s just something about a tailored skirt.

I need to wear a suit sometime soon.

At the top of my wish list.

Khaite knows how to deliver a sexy dress.

If you’re new to wearing color, I’d suggest a shirt like this.

Blue-jean baby.

If I had room for more sweaters, I’d find a way to buy this one.

Tweed is everything.

There are so many ways to wear this top.

Wool coats are essential for quiet-luxury people.

I’m in my maxi-skirt era.

Okay, but imagine this sweater with a white button-down shirt.

I’m in love.

Burgundy is the new black.

Matching sets can be quiet luxury too.

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